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Jewish Music and Modernity, Bohlman, Philip V.
1 Bohlman, Philip V. Jewish Music and Modernity
Oxford University Press 2008 0195178327 / 9780195178326 Hardcover New in Fine dust jacket 
314pp, 35 halftones, 5 music examples. New copy. ; AMS Studies in Music 
Price: 27.50 GBP
The Lost Cellos of Lev Aronson, Brent, Francis
2 Brent, Francis The Lost Cellos of Lev Aronson
New York Atlas & Co 2009 1934633119 / 9781934633113 First Edition Hardcover New in Fine dust jacket 
224pp, plates. Lev Aronson was first cellist of the Latvian orchestra. The instruments that passed through his hands show what was lost and preserved during the Holocaust. This book recalls his life through the Russian revolution, pogroms and Cold War Berlin to the United States, and how he is forced to reshape his identity in order to survive. A portrait of being Jewish in Russia, the brutalities of the camps and the status of refugees in Berlin and America. A new copy. 
Price: 10.00 GBP
The Organ and its Music in German-Jewish Culture, Frühauf, Tina
3 Frühauf, Tina The Organ and its Music in German-Jewish Culture
Oxford University Press 2009 0195337069 / 9780195337068 Hardcover New in Fine dust jacket 
296pp, 14 halftones, 21 musical examples. 
Price: 40.00 GBP
Salamone Rossi, Jewish Musician in Late Renaissance Mantua, Harran, Don
4 Harran, Don Salamone Rossi, Jewish Musician in Late Renaissance Mantua
Oxford University Press 1999 0198162715 / 9780198162711 Hardcover; Black Cloth, Gilt Titles New in Fine dust jacket 
320pp, 15 plates, numerous music examples, 1 map. Salamone Rossi (c.1570-c.1628) was the earliest outstanding Jewish composer to work in the European art music tradition. He worked for the Gonzaga dukes in Mantua, yet remaining faithful to his own religious community. ; Oxford Monographs on Music 
Price: 55.00 GBP
The Musical Quarterly. Vol LXIX, No 2 Spring 1983, Peyser, Joan
5 Peyser, Joan The Musical Quarterly. Vol LXIX, No 2 Spring 1983
G. Schirmer, Inc. Paperback Near Fine 
pp159-295, illustrations, music examples. Includes: Romantic Form and Content in the Slow Movement of Beethoven's Violin Concerto; Klee and Webern: Speculations on Modernist Theories of Composition; Substance and Function in Concepts of Musical Structure; Calderón/Schopenhauer/Wagner: The Story of a Misunderstanding; Robert Bremner and his. Thoughts on the Performance of Concert Music; Jewish Musicians at the Tudor Court. 
Price: 6.00 GBP
The Music Review. Volume Three, Sharpe, Geoffrey
6 Sharpe, Geoffrey The Music Review. Volume Three
W. Heffer & Sons Ltd. 1942 Paperback Very Good- 
Numbers 3 & 4, plus index for volumes 1-5. Contents includes: - Mozart: Ten Celebrated String Quartets; Mathilde Ludendorff and W. A. Mozart; Medieval Jewish Writers on Msic; A Plea of Koechlin; National Anthems. Prokofiev as a Soviet Composer; A Survey of Recent Mozart Literature; The Scope of Delius; Burd's and Bull's "Walsingham" Variations; Max Reger; National Anthems. 
Price: 9.00 GBP
American Klezmer: its Roots and Offshoots, Slobin, Mark
7 Slobin, Mark American Klezmer: its Roots and Offshoots
Berkeley, California University of California Press 2002 0520227182 / 9780520227187 Paperback New 
245pp, illustrations, music examples. Klezmer, the Yiddish word for a folk instrumental musician, has also come to mean a musical style and scene The essays collected in this volume investigate American klezmer: its roots, its evolution, and its revitalization. 
Price: 12.50 GBP
Composers of Classical Music of Jewish Descent, Stevens, Lewis
8 Stevens, Lewis Composers of Classical Music of Jewish Descent
Vallentine Mitchell 2003 0853036136 / 9780853036135 Paperback New 
384pp, plates, text figures, maps. 'The contribution of Jewish composers to Western classical music over the past two centuries has been disproportionately significant. This book's first part gives a brief history of Jewish music and considers reasons, such as improvements in civil rights, which led to this flowering of talent; part two comprises brief biographies of over 250 composers with at least one Jewish grandparent, from the well-known Mendelssohn, Mahler and Kurt Weill to more obscure figures such as Castelnuovo-Tadesco and Carl Tausig'. 
Price: 15.00 GBP
The Wagner Legacy, Wagner, Gottfried
9 Wagner, Gottfried The Wagner Legacy
Sanctuary Publishing 1998 1860742513 / 9781860742514 Paperback New 
319pp, 24 plates. The story of Wagner's great-grandson, Gottfried. Ostracised, disinherited but staunchly vocal, he has become an outspoken critic of Richard Wagner's legacy and a champion of greater understanding between Germans and Jewish Holocaust survivors and their descendants. 
Price: 6.00 GBP

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