Music in Jewish Thought: Selected Writings, 1890-1920

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With the nineteenth century came new freedom for European Jews. Enjoying an integration that had been denied since the Middle Ages, they now wrestled with the form and degree of that integration in all areas of their lives, including in their creation, appreciation, and criticism of music. The writings focus on Jewish musicology, biography, historical surveys, secular music and those songs performed in the synagogue.

Music in Jewish Thought: Selected Writings, 1890-1920 2009, McFarland & Company, Jefferson

ISBN-13: 9780786444397

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