Thesaurus

Semiroth le-el chaj- Synagogen-Gesänge

Composer

Collection of compositions for the synagogue, for solo, choir and soloists, with organ accompaniment (ad libitum). The collection was published posthumously by the son of the composer
The collection includes 4 volumes: 1: Friday evening service; 2: Sabbath morning service; 3: Rosh Hashana; 4: Three pilgrimage festivals (Shlosha Regalim).

Material Type: 
Scores
Year: 
1882

Yona Homiya

12 Sephardic songs. The book contains songs that were either written, composed, or sung by Yitzhak Eliyahu Navon. Includes words and music. Edited and published by Yitzhak Levi, for the preservation of Sephardi folk music.

Material Type: 
Scores
Year: 
1950

Yinon

Hebrew poems of the Israeli- Turkish poet, writer and composer Isaac Eliyahu Navon. Includes religious poems of redemption and faith, secular poems of morality, criticism, love and glory, and an introduction about the background of Navon an his writing.

Material Type: 
Books
Year: 
1932

Der Gesang Israels und seine Quellen :‎ ein Beitrag zur hebräischen Musikologie

Author

English title: The singing of Israel and its sources: a contribution to Hebrew musicology.
Includes chapters about music in the bible, masoretic accents,dance, arabic songs, and music of different Jewish cultural groups.
The book is the publication of Joel Walbe's doctorate by the same name, which he submitted to the University of Vienna in 1964.

Material Type: 
Books
Year: 
1975

Shirim Leyeladim (songs for children)

Composer

Hebrew title: שירים לילדים Children's songs composed by Joel Walbe, and written by Hebrew poets: N. Alterman, H.N. Bialik, S. Tchernichovsky, L. Kipnis, S. Bas, L. Goldberg, D. Shim'onovitch, M. Dafna, A. Shlonski and Y. Orland. Songs for holidays, dance songs and nature songs.

Material Type: 
Scores
Year: 
1947

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