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Jewish Music

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A collaborative effort to create a comprehensive text that will cover the entire span of JM as it is practiced in the past generations. This entry does not emphasizes sweeping historical developments but rather concentrates on specific areas, such as locations, genres, styles, and registers of musical creation

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The Inlaws

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This book is accompanied by a CD (recording no. 4090) of music from some of the contemporary klezmer scene's most prominent bands and musicians.

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Articles in Books
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1996

Badekns Nign

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This book is accompanied by a CD (recording no. 4090) of music from some of the contemporary klezmer scene's most prominent bands and musicians.

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Articles in Books
Year: 
1996

A glezele vayn

This article was written with assistance from Karin Ludewig.

This book is accompanied by a CD (recording no. 4090) of music from some of the contemporary klezmer scene's most prominent bands and musicians.

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Articles in Books
Year: 
1996

Gasn nign

This book is accompanied by a CD (recording no. 4090) of music from some of the contemporary klezmer scene's most prominent bands and musicians.

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Articles in Books
Year: 
1996

Pinkas Khmelnik (Chmielnik)

Excerpteed as pp. 120-122 in Jack Kugelmass and Jonathan Boyarin, trans. and ed. 1989. From a Ruined Garden: The Memorial Books of Polish Jewry. New York.

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Books
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1960

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