Bibliography: Jewish Music

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Books and Articles

Adaqi Yehiel and Uri Sharvit. A Treasury of Yemenite Jewish Chants. Jerusalem: The Israeli Institute for Sacred Music, 1981.

Adler, Israel, ed. Hebrew Writings Concerning Music. RISM. Munich: G. Henle, 1975.

Adler, Israel. “Problems in the Study of Jewish Music.” In Proceedings of the World Congress on Jewish Music, ed. Judith Cohen. Tel Aviv: The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature (Naidat Press), 1978.

Adler, Israel. “The Rise of Art Music in the Italian Ghetto.” In Jewish Medieval and Renaissance Studies, ed. Alexander Altman. 321-64. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1967.

Adler, Israel. La pratique musicale savante dans quelques communautes juives en Europe aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siecles. Paris: Mouton & Co., 1966.

Adler, Israel. The Study of Jewish Music. Jerusalem: The Magnes Press (Yuval Monograph Series, volume 10), 1995.

Arom, Simcha. “Utopian Proposals for the Preservation of the Jewish Traditions.” In Proceedings of the World Congress on Jewish Music, ed. Judith Cohen. Tel Aviv: The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature (Naidat Press), 1978.

Avenary, Hanoch. “Contacts Between Church and Synagogue Music.” In Proceedings of the World Congress on Jewish Music, ed.Judith Cohen. Tel Aviv: Th e Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature (Naidat Press), 1978.

Avenary, Hanoch. Encounters of East and West in Music. Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv University, 1979.

Avenary, Hanoch. The Ashkenazi Tradition of Biblical Chant between 1500 and 1900. Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv University Press, 1978.

Avenary, Hanoch. “The Message of Music–Spiritual or Emotional?: Two Trends of Jewish Thought in the Middle Ages. Musica Antiqua VIII (1988), 47-56.

Bahat, Avner, ed. Jewish Music Listening Center Catalogue. Ramat Aviv (Israel): Museum of the Jewish Diaspora, 1984.

Bahat, Avner. “The Yemenite Diwan: Interdisciplinary Research, Poetry-Chant-Dance.” In Proceedings of the World Congress on Jewish Music, ed. Judith

Cohen. Tel Aviv: The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature (Naidat Press), 1978.

Basart, Ann. “Music and the Holocaust: A Selective Bibliography.” Cum notis variorum, 101 (April, 1986), pp. 1-30.

Bayer, Bathja. “Oral Law in the “Oral Law”: The Early Mishna and its Cantillation.” In Proceedings of the World Congress on Jewish Music, ed. Judith Cohen. Tel Aviv: The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature (Naidat Press), 1978.

Beregovski, Moshe. Old Jewish Folk Music. Translated by Mark Slobin. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1982.

Bernstein, Leonard. Findings. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1972.

Binder, Abraham W. Biblical Chant. New York: The Sacred Music Press, 1959.

Birnbaum, Edouard. Jewish Musicians at the Court of the Mantuan Dukes. Translated by Judith Cohen. Vienna: Kalendar r Israeliten fr das Jahr 5654, 1893.

Boehm, Bathja Bayer Hanoch Avenary and Yohanan. “S.v. “Music”.” In Encylopedia Judaica, 554-678. 12. New York: Keter/Macmillan, 1972.

Bohlman, Philip. “Of Yekkes and Chamber Music in Israel: Ethnomusicological Meaning in Western Music History.” In Ethnomusicology and Modern Music
History, ed. Philip Bohlman Stephen Blum Daniel Neuman. 254-267. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1991.

Bor, Josef. The Terezin Requiem. Translated by Edith Pargeter. NY: Avon, 1977.

Braun, Joachim. “The Jewish National School in Russia.” In Proceedings of the World Congress on Jewish Music, ed. Judith Cohen. Tel Aviv: The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature (Naidat Press), 1978.

Bresler, Liora. “The Mediterranean Style in Israel Music.” M.A., Tel Aviv University, 1983.

Buxbaum, Yitzhak. “Song and Dance: The Service of Joy.” In Jewish Spiritual Practices, 480-491. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson, Inc., 1990.

Cherlin, Michael. “Schoenberg’s Representation of the Divine in “Moses and Aaron”.” Journal of the Arnold Schoenberg Institute, 9 (2 (November) 1986): 210-216.

Cohen, Dalia. “‘Separation’ and ‘Directivity’ as Guiding Principles in the Comparison Between Eastern and Western Music.” In Proceedings of the World Congress on Jewish Music, ed. Judith Cohen. Tel Aviv: The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature (Naidat Press), 1978b.

Cohen, Irving. “Synagogue Music in the Early American Republic.” In Gratz College Annual of Jewish Studies, 17-23. 5. Philadelphia: Gratz College, 1976.

Cohen, Judith, ed. Proceedings of the World Congress on Jewish Music. The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature. Tel Aviv: Naidat Press, 1978.

Cohen, Mark R. The Autobiography of a Seventeenth-Century Venetian Rabbi: Leon Modena’s Life of Judah. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1988.

Cohen, Yehudah. Ne’im Zemirot Yisrael: Musika U-Musika’ im BeYisrael. Tel Aviv: Am Oved Publications, 1990.

Edelman, Marsha Bryan. A Bibliography of Jewish Music. New York: The Hebrew Arts School, 1986.

Einstein, Alfred. “Salamone Rossi as Madrigal Composer.” Hebrew Union College Annual, 23 (1950-51): 383-96.

Eisenstein, Judith K. “The Chant in the Changing American Synagogue.” In Proceedings of the World Congress on Jewish Music, ed. Judith Cohen. Tel Aviv: The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature (Naidat Press), 1978.

Eisenstein, Judith Kaplan. Heritage of Music: The Music of the Jewish People. New York: Union of American Hebrew Congregations, 1973.

Fater, Issachar, Musika Yehudit BePolin Beyn Shtey Milchamot HaOlam. Tr. By Eliezer Astrin. Tel Aviv: HaKibutz HaMe’uchedet, 1992.

Feinberg, Sheldon. Hava Nagila: The Story Behind the Song and Its Composer. New York: Shapolsky Publsihers, 1988.

Fellerer, Karl-Gustav. “Jewish and Early Christian Chant.” In Proceedings of the World Congress on Jewish Music, ed. Judith Cohen. Tel Aviv: The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature (Naidat Press), 1978a.

Fellerer, Karl-Gustav. “Jewish Elements in Pre-Gregorian Chants.” In Proceedings of the World Congress on Jewish Music

Feenelon, Fania. The Musicians of Auschwitz. Translated by Judith Landry. London: Michael Joseph, 1977.

Flam, Gila. Singing for Survival: Songs of the Lodz Ghetto, 1940–1945. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 1992.

Fleischer, Ezra. “The Influence of Choral Elements on the Formation and Development of the Forms of Jewish Liturgigal Poetry.” Yuval 3 (1974): 18-47.

Fromm, Herbert. On Jewish Music. Bloch Publishing Co., 1978.

Gerson-Kiwi, Edith. “On the Musical Sources of the Judaeo-Spanish Romance.” The Musical Quarterly 50 (1964): 31-43.

Gerson-Kiwi, Edith. “Vocal Folk Polyphonies of the Western Orient in Jewish Tradition.” Yuval 1 (1968): 169-193.

Gerson-Kiwi, Edith. Migrations and Mutations of the Music in East and West: Selected Writings. Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv University, 1980.

Glazerson, Matisyahu. Music and Kabbala. Jerusalem: Raz-Ot Institute, 1988.

Goldberg, Geoffrey. “Jewish Liturgical Music in the Wake of Nineteenth-Century Reform.” in Lawrence Hoffman and Janet Walton (eds.). Sacred Sound and Social Change . Notre Dame, Indiana: University of Naotre Dame, 1992.

Goldberg, Geoffrey. “Neglected Sources for the Historical Study of Synagogue Music: The Prefaces to Louis Lewandowski’s Kol Rinnah u’Tfillah.” Musica Judaica XI (1 1989-90): 28-57.

Golomov, Daliah and Ben-Zion Orgad, ed. Madrich leHa’azanah liYetsirot Yisra’eliyot. Tel Aviv: HaMercaz HaMatodi LeMuzikah, 1984.

Gorali, Moshe. The Old Testament in Music. Jerusalem: Maron, 1993.

Gottlieb, Jack. “A Jewish Mass or a Catholic Mitzvah?” Journal of Synagogue Music, 3 (4 (Dec) 1971): 3-7.

Gottlieb, Jack. “Symbols of Faith in the Music of Leonard Bernstein.” Journal of Synagogue Music, 10 (2 (Dec) 1980): 45-53.

Gottlieb, Jack. “The Music of Leonard Bernstein.” Ph.D., University of Illinois, 1964.

Gradenwitz, Peter. “An Early Instance of Copyright — Venice, 1622.” Music and Letters, 27 (1946): 185-86.

Gradenwitz, Peter. “Eighteenth Century Germany and the Viennese Classical Masters.” In Proceedings of the World Congress on Jewish Music, ed. Judith Cohen. Tel Aviv: The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature (Naidat Press), 1978.

Gradenwitz, Peter. “Jews in Austrian Music.” In The Jews of Austria, ed. Joseph Fraenkel. London: Valentine, Mitchell & Co., 1967a.

Gradenwitz, Peter. “The Religious Works of Arnold Schoenberg.” The Music Review, 21 (1 1960): 19-29.

Gradenwitz, Peter. Music and Musicians in Israel. Tel Aviv: Israeli Music Publications, Third Edition, 1978.

Gradenwitz, Peter. Paul Ben Haim. Tel Aviv: Israeli Music Publications, 1967.

Gradenwitz, Peter. The Music of Israel. New York: W. W. Norton, 1949.

Grossman, Elayne Robinson and Ben Steinberg. One People, One Voice: How To Organize a Jewish Community Chorus and Choral Festival. New York: Jewish Music Council of the Jewish Welfare Board, 1989.

Guttman, Hadassah. The Music of Paul Ben-Haim: a performance guide. Metuchen, NJ: The Scarecrow Press, 1992.

Harran, Don. “Cultural Fusions in Jewish Musical Thought of the Later Renaissance.” In Cantu et in Sermone: For Nino Pirrotta on His 80th Birthday, ed. Fabrizio Della Seta and Franco Piperno. 141-154. Florence: Leo S. Olschki, 1989 (?).

Harran, Don. “Salamone Rossi as a Composer of Theatre Music.” Studi Musicali, 16 (1987a): 95-132.

Harran, Don. “Salamone Rossi, Jewish Musician in Renaissance Italy.” Acta Musicologica 59 (January 1987b): 46-64.

Harran, Don. “Tradition and Innovation in Jewish Music of the Later Renaissance.” The Journal of Musicology, VII (1 1989): 107-130.

Heller, Charles. “Traditional Jewish Material in Schoenberg’s “A Survivor from Warsaw,” Op. 46.” Journal of the Arnold Schoenberg Institute

Hemsi, Alberto. Cancionero sefardi (edited with an introduction by Edwin Seroussi). Jerusalem: The Jewish Music Research Centre, The Hebrew University, 1995.

Herzog, Avigdor. “Metrical Aspects of Samaritan Music.” In Proceedings of the World Congress on Jewish Music, ed. Judith Cohen. Tel Aviv: The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature (Naidat Press), 1978.

Herzog, Avigdor. The Psalm Singing of the Jews of San’a. Tel Aviv: Israel Music Institute, 1968.

Heschel, Abraham J. “The Task of the Hazzan.” Conservative Judaism 12 (2 1958): 1-8.

Heskes, Irene and Arthur Wolfson, ed. Supplement: The Historic Contribution of Russian Jews to Jewish Music. New York: Jewish Music Council of the Jewish Welfare Board, 1968.

Heskes, Irene and Arthur Wolfson, ed. The Historic Contribution of Russian Jews to Jewish Music. New York: Jewish Music Council of the Jewish Welfare Board, 1967.

Heskes, Irene. Passport to Jewish Music. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1994.

Heskes, Irene. “Jewish Music Resources for Holocaust Programming.” In The Holocaust: An Annotated Bibliography and Resource Guide, ed. by David M. Szonyi. Hoboken, NJ: Ktav Publishing House, 1985, pp. 222-251.

Heskes, Irene, ed. Studies in Jewish Music: The Collected Writings of Abraham W. Binder. New York: Bloch Publishing Company, 1971.

Heskes, Irene. The Resource Book of Jewish Music. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1985.

Hirschberg, Jehoash. Music in the Jewish Community of Palestine 1880: A Social History. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995.

Hirschberg, Jehoash. Paul Ben-Haim. Jerusalem: Israel Music Publications, 1992.

Hirshberg, Jehoash. Paul Ben-Haim: His Life and Works. Translated by Nathan Friedgut. Jerusalem: Israeli Music Publications, 1990.

Hoffman, Lawrence and Janet Walton (eds.). Sacred Sound and Social Change. Notre Dame, Indiana: University of Notre Dame, 1992.

Hofman, Shlomo. “The Cantillation of the Bible by the Karaites.” In The Fifth World Congress of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem, edited by Avigdor Shinan, World Union of Jewish Studies, 278-9 (English Abstract), 57-62 (Hebrew), Year.

Hofman, Shlomo. Hamusikah Betalmud. Tel Aviv: IMI (Israel Music Institute), 1989.

Hofman, Shlomo. “The Music of the Jewish Petersburg Composers and its Impact on the Music Renaissance in Israel.” In Proceedings of the World Congress on Jewish Music, ed. Judith Cohen. Tel Aviv: The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature (Naidat Press), 1978.

Holde, Arthur. Jews in Music. New ed., New York: Bloch Publishing Co., 1974.

Idelsohn, Abraham Z. Jewish Music in Its Historical Development. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1929. Reprint ed. Dover, 1992.

Idelsohn, Abraham Z. Thesaurus of Oriental Hebrew Melodies. Berlin: Benjamin Harz, 1925. Reprint Edition.

Jacobson, Joshua R. “Choral Compositions in the ‘ Eastern Mediterranean’ Style.” DMA Thesis, University of Cincinnati, 1984.

Jacobson, Joshua. “Music in the Holocaust.” The Choral Journal 36:5 (December, 1995): 9-21

Jacobson, Joshua R. “Spazziam: A Balletto by Salamone Rossi.” American Choral Review, 22 (October 1980): 5-10.

Jacobson, Joshua R. A Selective Annotated Bibliography of Jewish and Israeli Choral Music. Newton, MA: HaZamir Publications, 1990.

Jacobson, Joshua. “A Possible Influence of Traditional Chant on a Synagogue Motet of Salamone Rossi.” Musica Judaica X (1 1987-88): 52-58.

Jacobson, Joshua. “Choral Music for Chanukah.” Choral Journal XXXI (2 1990): 19-28.

Jacobson, Joshua. “East Meets West: Choral Composers of the Eastern Mediterranean School.” Choral Journal XXXIII (10 1993): 9-18.

Jacobson, Joshua. “Ta’amey HaMikra: A Closer Look.” Journal of Synagogue Music XXII (1-2 1992): 76-90.

Jacobson, Joshua. “The Choral Music of Salamone Rossi.” American Choral Review XXX (4 1988):

Kaczerginsky, Shmuel. Songs of the Ghettos and Concentration Camps. New York: CYCO Bicher Farlag, 1948.

Kahn, Aharon. “Music in Halachic Perspective.” Journal of Jewish Music and Liturgy, 9 (1986-87):55-72; 10 (87-88):32-49; 11 (88-89):65-75.

Kalisch, Shoshana. Yes, We Sang. New York: Harper and Low, 1985.

Karas, Joza. Music in Terezin. New York: Beaufort Books, 1985.

Katz, Dalia Cohen and Ruth. “Inscription as Transcription.” In Proceedings of the World Congress on Jewish Music, ed. Judith Cohen. Tel Aviv: The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature (Naidat Press), 1978.

Katz, Israel J. “The “Myth” of the Sephardic Musical Legacy from Spain.” In The Fifth World Congress of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem, edited by Avigdor Shinan, World Union of Jewish Studies, 237-243, Year.

Katz, Israel. Judeo-Spanish Traditional Ballads from Jerusalem. Brooklyn: The Institute of Mediaeval Music, 1972.

Katz, Jacob. The Darker Side of Genius: Richard Wagner’s Anti-Semitism. Hanover, NH: University Press of New England, 1986.

Keller, Hans. “To What Extent Can Music by Composers of the Diaspora Represent Jewish Ideas or Traditions.” In Proceedings of the World Congress on Jewish Music, ed. Judith Cohen. Tel Aviv: The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature (Naidat Press), 1978.

Keren, Zvi. “The Influence of the Hebrew Language on Contemporary Israeli Art Music.” Bulletin of Studies 25 (1962): 209-24.

Keren, Zvi. Contemporary Israeli Music. Ramat Gan (Israel): Bar Ilan University Press, 1980.

Koskoff, Ellen. “The Concept of Nigun among Lubavicher Hasidim in the United States.” Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh, 1976.

Koskoff, Ellen. “The Sound of a Woman’s Voice: Gender and Music in a New York Hassidic Community.” In Women and Music in Cross-Cultural Perspective, ed. Ellen Koskoff. 213-224. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1987.

Kuhn, J. HaMusikah BeChitvey HaKodesh UveKaballah. Vienna: private printing, 1929.

Lachman, Robert. Jewish Cantillation and Song in the Isle of Djerbah. Jerusalem: Azriel Press, Hebrew University, 1940.

Laks, Szyman. Music of Another World. Translated by C hester Kisiel. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 1989. (Originally published as Musiques d’un autre monde, Paris: Mercure de France, 1948.)

Laufer, Asher. “Chironomy and Head Movement in Reciting the Hebrew Scriptures.” In The Fifth World Congress of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem, edited by Avigdor Shinan, World Union of Jewish Studies, 290 (English Abstract), 93-107 (Hebrew), Year.

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Levy, Isaac. Antologia de Liturgia Judaeo-Espagnoles

Levy, Isaac. Chants judeo-espagnoles. London: World Sephardi Foundation, 1959-73.

Lubin, Abraham. “The Influence of Jewish Music and Thought in Certain Works of Leonard Bernstein.” Journal of Synagogue Music,,3 (2 (Feb) 1971a): 3-14.

Lubin, Abraham. “The Influence of Jewish Music and Thought in Certain Works of Leonard Bernstein.” Journal of Synagogue Music, 3 (3 (Aug) 1971b): 17-22.

Lyman, Darryl. Great Jews in Music. Middle Village, NY: Jonathan David Publishers, 1986.

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Mazor, Yaacov and Andre Hajdu. The Hasidic Dance-Nigun: A Study Collection and its Classification Analysis. YUVAL: Studies of the Jewish Music Research Centre, Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 1974.

Mendelsohn, Ezra. Modern Jews and Their Musical Agendas. New York: Oxford University Press, 1993.

Meyer, Michael. “Assumptions and Implementation of Nazi Policy toward Music.” Ph.D., University of California, L.A., 1971.

Myers, Carol. “The Drum-Dance-Song Ensemble: Women’s Performance in Biblical Israel.” In Rediscovering the Muses: Women’s Musical Traditions, ed. Kimberly Marshall. Boston: Northeastern University Press, 1993.

Nathan, Hans, ed. Israeli Folk Music: Songs of the Early Pioneers (with a foreward and afterward by Philip Bohlman). Recent Researches in the Oral Traditions of Music, vol. 4. Madison, WI: A-R Editions, 1994.

Nettl, Bruno. “The Concept of Preservation in Ethnomusicology.” In Proceedings of the World Congress on Jewish Music, ed.Judith Cohen. Tel Aviv: The Institu te for the Translation of Hebrew Literature (Naidat Press), 1978.

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Nulman, Macy. Concepts of Jewish Music and Prayer. New York: Yeshiva University, 1985.

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Shiloah, Amnon. “The Medieval Arab World.” In Proceedings of the World Congress on Jewish Music, ed.Judith Cohen. Tel Aviv: The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature (Naidat Press ), 1978a.

Shiloah, Amnon. “The Symbolism of Music in the Kabbalistic Tradition.” The World of Music, 20 (3 1978): 56-67.

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Slobin, Mark. “Looking at Yidish Song: Iconography of Jewish-American Sheet Music.” In Proceedings of the World Congress on Jewish Music, ed.Judith Cohen. Tel Aviv: The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature (Naidat Press), 1978.

Slobin, Mark. Chosen Voices: The Story of the American Cantorate. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 1989.

Slobin, Mark. Tenement Songs. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 1982.

Smoira-Roll, Michal. Folk Music in Israel: An Analysis Attempted. Tel Aviv: Israeli Music Institute, 1963.

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Stein, Leonard. “Schoenberg’s Jewish Identity.” Journal of the Arnold Schoenberg Institute, 3 (1 (March) 1979): 3-10.

Strassburg, Robert. Ernest Bloch. Los Angeles: California State University, 1977.

Stuckenschmidt, Hans Heinz. “Schoenberg’s Kol Nidre.” In Proceedings of the World Congress on Jewish Music, ed. Judith Cohen. Tel Aviv: The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature (Naidat Press), 1978.

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Werner, Eric. The Sacred Bridge II. New York: Ktav Publishing House, 1984.

Werner, Eric. The Sacred Bridge. New York: Columbia University Press, 1963. Reprint ed.

Wohlberg, Max. “Salomon Sulzer and the Seitenstettengasse Temple.” The Journal of Synagogue Music 2 (4 1970): 19-24.

Wohlberg, Max. “Significant Aspects of the Ashkenzai Hazzanic Recitative.” In Proceedings of the World Congress on Jewish Music, ed. Judith Cohen. Tel Aviv: The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature (Naidat Press), 1978.

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Yarden, Elie. “The Israeli Composer and His Milieu.” Perspectives in New Music, 4 (1966): 130-139.

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Journals

Journal of Jewish Music and Liturgy, New York

Journal of Synagogue Music, New York

Musica Judaica, New York

Orbis Musicae, Tel Aviv

Yuval, Jerusalem

Recordings

American-Jewish Art Songs. Weiner et al. Pauline Stark. Centaur Records CRC-2108.

Ben-Haim, Paul. Sweet Psalmist of Israel. NY Philharmonic. Bernstein, Merrill.Sony SM2K 47533.

Ben-Haim, Paul. Three Songs Without Words. Music In Israel (IMI) CD MII-CD-7.

Ben-Haim, Paul. Violin Concerto. EMI CD 0777 7 54296-2-6.

Bernstein, Leonard. Chichester Psalms, Atlanta Symphony and Robert Shaw. Telarc CD-80181, CD.

Bernstein, Leonard. Chichester Psalms, Israel Philharmonic. DG 415965-2, CD.

Bernstein, Leonard. Jeremiah Symphony, Israel Philharmonic. DGG 415964-2, CD.

Bernstein, Leonard. Jeremiah Symphony, New York Philharmonic. Columbia MS6303.

Bernstein, Leonard. Kaddish Symphony, Israel Philharmonic. DG 423582-2 CD.

Bloch, Ernst. Baal Shem Suite, Wellerstein Duo. Arabesque z-6606.

Bloch, Ernst. Sacred Service (Avodat HaKodesh), London Symphony. Chandos 1001.

Bloch, Ernst. Sacred Service (Avodat HaKodesh). NY Philharmonic. Bernstein, Merrill.Sony SM2K 47533.

Bloch, Ernst. Schelomo, Rostropovich and Bernstein. Angel S-37256.

Bruch, Max. Kol Nidre, Heimovitz. DGG 427323, CD.

Castelneuvo-Tedesco, Mario. Violin Concerto No. 2 (The Prophets). EMI CD 0777 7 54296-2-6.

Chants de l’exil: Jewish Musicians in Europe 1200-1600, Boston Camerata. Erato STU 71429.

Composers from Theresienstadt. Pavel Haas, Karel Berman. Channel Classics. CCS-3191.

Copland, Aaron. Vitebsk

Gloick, Srul Irving. Suite Hebraique. CBC CD MVCD 1046.

Golijov, Osvaldo. K’vakarat. Performed by the Kronos Quartet on Night Prayers Elektra/Nonesuch 979346-2.

Grossi, Carlo.Cantata Ebraica in Dialogo. on Musique Judaeo-Baroque, Boston Camerata. Harmonia Mundi CD HMA-1901021.

Hear Our Voices. The Zamir Chorale. HaZamir HZ-909

Hajdu, Andre. Teruat Melech (Kings Fanfare). Giora Feidman and the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra. PLANE CD 88768.

Klez. The Klezmer Conservatory Band. Vanguard VMD-79449.

Masters of the Jewish Art Song: The St. Petersburg School. Louis Danto. Cadenza CD LRCD-109

Milhaud, Darius. Sacred Service, ARCAM 590143 (CD).

Milhaud, Darius. Sacred Service, Westminster WST-17052. (LP)

Prokofiev, Sergei. Overture on Hebrew Themes, USSR Symphony. Chant du Monde 278808, CD.

Ravel, Maurice. Two Hebraic Songs, Victoria de los Angeles. Angel 36105.

Reich, Steve. Tehillim. ECM 827411-2.

Rossi, Salamone. [Motets and instrumental works] Musique Judaeo-Baroque, Boston Camerata. Harmonia Mundi CD HMA-1901021.

Rossi, Salamone. The Music of Salamone Rossi Hebreo of Mantua, New York Pro Musica. Columbia Odyssey Y35226.

Saladin, Louis. Canticum Hebraicum. on Musique Judaeo-Baroque, Boston Camerata. Harmonia Mundi CD HMA-1901021.

Schoenberg, Arnold. A Survivor from Warsaw, Boulez. SONY S2K-44571.

Schoenberg, Arnold. Kol Nidre, Boulez. SONY S2K-44571.

Schostakovich, Dmitri. Babi Yar (Symphony No. 13). Erato CD 2294-45349-2.

Seter, Mordecai. Tikkun Chatsot (Midnight Vigil), Kol Israel Orchestra. CBS CBS 72564.

Synagogal Art Music 12-18th Centuries, Kameran Singers. Hebrew University AMTI-7901.

The Majesty of Holiness, Lewandowski et al. Zamir Chorale of Boston. Vogt Quality Recordings CSRV 2804.

The Yiddish Art Song, Engel et al. Lazar Weiner. Omega Classics OCD 3010

Traditional Jewish Choral Music, Rinat Choir. RCA RL 83031.

Valls, Manuel. Ten Sephardic Songs, Victoria de los Angeles. Angel S36716.

Viktor Ullman. Piano Sonatas 5,6, and 7; String Quartet 3. Koch 3-7109-2H1.

Weiner, Lazar. Songs, Bianca Sauler and Lazar Weiner. Naomi 10001. (LP)

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