JEWISH MUSIC RESOURCES
ON THE INTERNET
Updated: 7 February 2012
Compiled by Roger Shlomo Harris © 2000-2012
The following list contains mainly Jewish-interest music links.
There are also a number of links which, although not of specifically Jewish interest, lead to information of a technical nature within the context of music. These include a page of links to search engines and searching tips and techniques.
You can search this page easily by typing 'Ctrl-F' on the keyboard to invoke the Windows search facility. It will find, display and highlight your search keyword wherever it occurs in this page.
My thanks for additional information go to Roxy Boleyn, Prof. Dr. M. Edelman, Prof. Lewis Glinert, Mason Weisz, Tzvi Pincas, Margit Hagan and Irwin Oppenheim.
Jewish Music Resources on the Internet
A-Z - a miscellany
- A Cappella
- Habayit - The home of Jewish a cappella
- Hasidic Cappella - Russia's leading Jewish a cappella group:
- Kol Echad - Boston University's Jewish a cappella group
- Kol Tefilah - shomer shabbes, a capella ensemble based in Boston, U.S.A. and specialising in Jewish liturgical music:
- Kol Zimra, New Jersey, U.S.A.
- Magevet A Cappella student group at Yale University sings
- Manginah - only co-ed Jewish a cappella group at Brandeis University
- Neima - Jewish Collegiate A Cappella Groups
- Pizmon Jewish A Cappella
- Shir Appeal (Tufts University): Tufts' only co-ed Jewish a cappella group.
- Shircago - co-ed Jewish a cappella vocal ensemble based in Chicago.
- Staam - Washington University's premier Jewish a cappella ensemble
- Western Wind A Cappella Ensemble:
recordings: Taste of Eternity - Friday Night Service and Table Songs (Z'Mirot), The Birthday of the World, Music and Traditions of the High Holy Days: Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, The Chanukkah Story (with Theodore Bikel), Mazal Bueno: A Portrait in Song of the Spanish Jews (narrator: Tovah Feldshuh); http://www.westernwind.org/
- Discussion group:alt.music.a-cappella
- Discussion group:rec.music.a-cappella
- Web: http://www.casa.org/web_directory.html
- Adama Musical Group
- E-mail: email@example.com
Achi Ben Shalom Collection of Jewish music for educational purposes;
referral service for all music needs. Translation, transliteration
and Hebrew script included. Workshops for music teachers.
Source: YiddishNet, May 31, 1999, Vol 3.219,
- Darmouth Jewish Sound Archive
The Archive was established in 2002 to provide scholars with:
1.. streamed web-based access to Jewish recordings that are not commercially available.
2.. related, searchable information that can aid in the study of Jewish music and culture, Jewish society, and the history of Jewish recordings.
Bona fide researchers may apply for access privileges.
- Florida Atlantic University Jewish Sound Archive
"The Judaica Sound Archives at Florida Atlantic University Libraries is dedicated to bringing the recorded music from the Golden Age of Jewish Music to a new home where its past will be respected and its future assured. In addition to its primary focus of rescuing and preserving 78 rpm records from the first half of the 20th century, the project has expanded its scope to include LPs, tapes, 45s and sheet music."
- Music Jewbox
A very large site with a wide range of music. Many Eastern European albums. Finding something was easy when using the XenoMusic search engine but the retrieval time is around 50 seconds. Keywords which retrieved Jewish-interest music were hebrew, jewish, klezmer, niggun, rabbi, synagogue and yiddish. Some tracks are free but most are charged via Visa, MC and Amex at the rate of US$0.00394 per second (5 mins = US$1.18). Free previews: 20-30 seconds.
- Audio editors (digital format)
- Fleximusic: http://www.fleximusic.com/
- wave editor, MP3 editor, special effects, convert formats, composer, sound generator, orchestra
- Goldwave: http://www.goldwave.com/
- audio editor, multi-track mixer
- David Chevan's Afro-Semitic Band
http://www.divahn.com [audio clips]
Mason Weisz wrote: "Divahn is the only all-female group in the USA playing Mizrahi-influenced music, and they won a Golden Bagel at the Jewish Music Awards 2005 in the category of 'Best Middle Eastern Blend.'"
- Evergreen Israeli Celtic band
As its name implies, the music of this new band is something of a revelation. The brainchild of two Israeli Yemenite brothers, Yahav and Yaniv Tsaidi, Heedoosh performs deeply personal, spiritual Jewish rock music that pulls no punches. New York, NY, U.S.A.
.. comprises: five members; voice, oud, violin, flutes, percussion, bass, piano-accordion and guitar.
The group is seeking to re-awaken the interconnection of Jewish and Arabian music through
Sefardi vocal music, Arabian and Jewish instrumental music as well as
ancient Israeli and Yiddish songs.
- Matisyahu Miller - Hasidic reggae group (vocals, drums, guitar, bass)
- Nafshenu Orchestra, New York
- Trio Zimbalista
- Tzimmes: http://www.tzimmes.net
A very interesting web-site with several pages of well-written information about Jewish music of all kinds.
- Yachad - The Traveling Tefillah Band
- Berkeley Library Gladis Catalogue
- Telnet: telnet://gopac.berkeley.edu (22.214.171.124)
- Blogs - Jewish music
- Web: http://www.blogindm.blogspot.com/
- Web: http://www.nationalfinder.com/bfs/index.htm
- Booking Agents specialising in Jewish Artists
- Artist Booking International (USA): http://www.artistbooking.com/
- A few books are listed below. You can find specialist
Judaica booksellers via search engines (see below) or
see my 'Hebraica and Judaica Booksellers' list elsewhere
on this site.
- Compleat Klezmer, The
Authors: Henry Sapoznik, with Pete Sokolow.
Publisher: Tara Publications, Cedarhurst,N.Y., USA.
Format: 80pp. 21.5cm W x 27.7cm H. Paperback. Spiral bound.
- Composers of Classical Music of Jewish Decent [sic]
Author: Lewis Stevens
Format: Hardback. 256 pages.
Publisher's comment: This book describes and assesses the relative preponderance of composers of Jewish descent, particularly during the last two hundred years, giving a history of composers of Jewish descent from biblical times to the present day, and assessing the importance of composers of classical music during the last two hundred years.
- Discovering Jewish Music
Author: Marsha Bryan Edelman
Publisher: Jewish Publication Society, USA.
Format: 420 pages. Hardcover
|Funny, It Doesn't Sound Jewish: How Yiddish Songs and Synagogue Melodies Influenced Tin Pan Alley, Broadway, and Hollywood.
1___Author: Jack Gottlieb
1___Publisher: State University of New York Press, 2004
|Gershwin, His Life and Music
1___Author: Charles Schwartz
1___Publisher: Da Capo Press, 1990
1___Format: Paperback, 428pp
- Jewish Music in its Historical Development
Author: A.Z. Idelsohn (C)1956.
Publisher: Schocken Books, New York.
Library of Congress Catalog Card: 67-25236
Format: xvi + 535pp. Index. 13.4cm W x 20.2cm H. Paperback.
(Reprinted by Dover Publishing, ISBN 0-486-27147-1)
- Music and Kabbala
Author: Rabbi M. Glazerson
Publisher: Raz-Ot Institute, 5 Amos Street, Geulah, Jerusalem.
Telephone: +972 (0)2-382116.
- Mystical Power of Music, The
Author: Rabbi Avraham Arieh Trugman © 2005
Publisher: Targum / Feldheim
- Pearls of Yiddish Song
Authors: Eleanor Gordon Mlotek and Joseph Mlotek
Publisher: Workmen's Circle, 45 East 33rd Street, New York, NY 10016, USA.
ISBN: none. Library of Congress Card: 88-83027
Format: xii + 288pp. 21.4cm W x 27.4cm H. Paperback.
- Treasury of Jewish Song, A
Editor: Ruth Rubin.
Publisher: Schocken Books.
ISBN: none. Library of Congress Catalogue Card: 50-14685.
Format: 224pp. 21.0cm W x 27.2cm H. Paperback
- Voices of a People - the story of Yiddish folksong
Author: Ruth Rubin (C)1979.
Publisher: The Jewish Publication Society of America.
Format: 558pp. 14.0cm W x 21.6cm H. Paperback
- Yiddish Song Book, The
Author: Jerry Silverman
Publisher: Stein & Day, Scarborough House, Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510, USA.
Format: xvi + 207. 20.4cm W x 27.9cm H. Paperback.
- Books - research at Questia on-line library
- British Library (BLAISE - The British Library's Automated Information Service):
- Twenty-two databases, 17 million bibliographic records.
Address: British Library NBS, Boston Spa, Wetherby, West Yorkshire,
- Brown University - Judaic Studies
- Web: http://www.brown.edu/Departments/Judaic_Studies/
- California Digital Library - Music
- Web: http://www.oac.cdlib.org:28008/dynaweb/ead/berkeley/music
- Web: http://www.maxsynagogue.com
- See Neginot, below.
- Cantor Index
- A financial derivatives service having nothing to do with cantors or music.
- Cantor Number
- An aleph! With numerical subscripts, alephs were used by Georg Cantor, a nineteenth century gentile mathematician and inventor of set theory. His ideas led to the enlargement of set theory by Gaston Julia and Benoit Mandlebrot (of the eponymous Set).
- Cantorial arts
- Cantors' Assembly
- Sepharadic cantorial art, see Sepharadic Pizmonim, below.
- Cantors, American Conference of
Guild of Temple Musicians (Reform). Affiliated to ACC.
Koleinu monthly newsletter.
- Cantors: Male Cantors
- Daniel Halfon is a leading authority on the cantorial style of the western Sephardim, i.e. the Spanish and Portuguese tradition. Audio clips.
- Cantors: Women Cantor's Network
- From the WCN home-page: Women cantors have been recognized and accepted into all liberal cantorial schools and organizations. Yet the need for women cantors to come together has not diminished. Networking among women encourages and inspires us as we share knowledge and experiences in balancing our relationships with congregations, families and friends.
The membership benefits of conferences and phone networking has broadened with the regular publication of a newsletter beginning in 1983, the writing of a constitution and by-laws in 1993, the commissioning of new Jewish music in 1997, and the creation of an on-line list-serve network in 1998.
Cantor Marie Betcher
- Chanting, see Leining, below.
- Chanting the Haggadah
- An Old Country Passover - a selection of nineteen short audio files recorded live by Rabbi Peretz Weizman, in April 2001, at the Chesed Shel Emmes in Winnipeg.
- Chanting the Hebrew Bible
- Book: Chanting the Hebrew Bible," by Joshua Jacobson, (c) 2002, The Jewish Publication Society.
- Interactive software developed by Koltor Corp., Canada, provides a means of learning to chant correctly. A beautifully designed audio-visual demonstration of the program is
available at http://www.koltor.com.
- Chassidische music
- Gal-Paz, Israel: http://www.galpaz.co.il/
Shops in Bnei Brak, Haifa, Jerusalem and New York.
- Chazzan, see Cantor
- Chazzanut Online
- Irwin Oppenheim's comprehensive site on Jewish liturgical music, with a large collection of cantorial sheet music, annotated links and background information.
NEW WEB-SITE ADDRESS, February 2004
- Children's Music
Contact: Orly Binder, Amos Barzel
KiddieGifts, 18 Tnuat Hameri Street, Ramat Gan, Israel 52325.
Specialists in musical productions for schools and kindergartens. Kiddiegifts is able to create entire productions - writing, composing, arranging, and recording the material, cd's and cassettes - without resorting to outside bodies.
- Children's Songs
- Peter & Ellen:
- Jewish music for children
- 'Two Candles Burn - New Festival Songs For Children'
introduces children to songs for Shabbat, Rosh Hashanah,
Chanukah, Shavuot and others. Arranged and produced by
Stephen Melzack. Audio cassette.
Two Candles (Online) Limited,
55/56 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, WC2A 3LN, England.
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7242 5462
Facsimile: +44 (0)20 7405 2944
- A system of hand signals which are used to convey the trop or cantillation to the person reading from a Sefer Torah.
- See Leining, below.
- Alyth Choral Society, London, UK
- Amsterdams Synagogaal Koor (Amsterdam Synagogue Choir)
- Coro Ha-Kol (Italy): http://web.tiscalinet.it/hakol/
- Ladinostalgia - Ladino choir from Jerusalem, Israel
- [The] London Cantorial Singers
- London Jewish Male Choir
- London School of Jewish Song (male voices only?)
Conductor/director: Yigal Calek, +44 (0)20-8458 8137
- Los Angeles Zimriyah Chorale
- Mordje Guebirtig Jewish Choir, Buenos Ayres, Argentina
- Moscow Male Jewish Choir - Hasidic Cappella
- North American Jewish Choral Festival, USA
- Oranim Singers, London, UK
Telephone: +44 (0)20-8455 5276. Ask for Hagai.
- Shabbaton [Orthodox] Choir, Hertfordshire, UK
Telephone: +44 (0)446 5740.
- Shir Hadavar Choir, Bristol, UK
- Jewish Synagogue Music - score facsimiles and MIDI files
- Zamir Choral Foundation, New York, NY, U.S.A.
The Foundation, founded and directed by Matthew Lazar, sponsors a wide range of programs in Jewish choral music, including the Zamir Chorale (the original, founded in 1960 by Stanley Sperber), HaZamir: The International Jewish High School Choir, and the North American Jewish Choral Festival.
- Zamir Chorale of Boston, USA
- Zemel Choir, London, U.K.
- Classical music
- Listserv: listname: moderated classical music
- Listserv: listname: classm-l
Send message: subscribe classm-l forename surname
- Discussion group: rec.music.classical
- Discussion group: rec.music.classical.performing
- Web: http://www.classical.net
- Web: http://www.gprep.pvt.k12.md.us/classical
- Web: http://www.igc.apc.org/ddickerson/classical-music.html
- Commission on Synagogue Music (USA)
- Complex music
- Discussion group: alt.music.complex-arrang
- Yosef (Joe) Cohen - folk-pop singer, songwriter
- Sidney Goldberg, NJ, U.S.A.
- In October 2005 was seeking a composer to write musical scores.
- Alexandr Morduhovich - Jewish composer, educator and musician.
- Lior Navok - Jewish composer and orchestrator. Based in Israel.
- Nikos Pogonatos - pianist, composer, arranger, teacher of music.
- Discussion group: rec.music.compose
- Discussion group: alt.music.sondheim (Stephen Sondheim)
- Web: http://www.cis.ohio-state.edu/.../composition-FAQ/faq.html
- Deciphering hand-writing in old documents
- Old documents often require special techniques in deciphering.
For a superficial tutorial see
- Scripta Project (Palaeography):
- Debbie Friedman
- Web: http://www.debbiefriedman.com/
- Dolby Laboratories
- Web: http://www.dolby.com/
- Early Music
- Listserv: listname: earlym-l
- Subject: Medieval and Renaissance music
- Listserv: med-and-ren-music
- Discussion group: rec.music.early
- Web: http://www.hike.te.chiba-u.ac.jp/eem/ 25 music audio files.
- ERIC Database at Syracuse University
- Web: http://ericir.syr.edu/Eric/
- Ethnomusicology Research Digest
- Web: http://www.inform.umd.edu:8080/EdRes/ReadingRoom/Newsletters/Ethnomusicology/
- FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions and answers about music)
- Web: http://www.cis.ohio-state.edu/hypertext/faq/usenet/music/top.html
- Film music
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Listserv: listname: filmus-l
- Films with Jewish characters
- Web: http://www.cinerhama.com/jewish/ind01.html
- Films, Videos and TV Programs of Jewish Interest
- Discussion group: news:rec.music.movies
- Jewish Film Archive: http://members.aol.com/jewfilm/index.html
- Florida State University School of Music
- Web: http://www.music.fsu.edu/
- Web: http://www.music.fsu.edu/music.html Links to schools, research.
- Friedman, see Debbie Friedman, above.
- Listserv: listname: jewishgen
- Discussion group: news:soc.genealogy.jewish
- Web: http://www.jewishgen.org/
- Discussion group: news:rec.music.info
- Discussion group: news:rec.music.makers (performers)
- Web: http://www.musica.uci.edu
- Discussion group: news:rec.music.makers.marketplace
- Discussion group: news:rec.music.collecting.cds
- Gilbert & Sullivan Archive
- Web: http://diamond.idbsu.edu/gas/index.html
- The Gilbert & Sullivan Yiddish Light Opera Company of Long Island, New York, has been performing Gilbert and Sullivan Operettas in Yiddish/English since about 1984. Performances have been given in the United States, Canada and as far afield as London, England, where 'Der Yiddisher Mikado' was performed in London in August 1996.
- Gratz College, Melrose Park, PA, U.S.A.
- Web: http://www.gratz.edu
The College offers an MA in Jewish Music program which trains hazzanim and other Jewish music professionals, as well as an extensive library of Jewish music, including the world-renowned Eric Mandell Collection.
- Guild of Temple Musicians
- See 'Cantors, American Conference of,' above.
- Hava Nashira - Jewish Songleaders Resource
- Links to music publishers, Jewish songbooks, etc.
- Hazan, see Cantor
- Hebrew Songs
- Shlomo Argamon's Jewish Melodies and Lyrics Page
- Web: http://www.hebrewsongs.com
- Hebrew Union College - School of Sacred Music
- Web main: http://www.huc.edu
- Web resources: http://huc.edu/resources.html
- Web search engine: http://www.huc.edu/psrch.html
- Hebrew University, Jerusalem
- see Jewish Music Research Centre, below
- History of Jewish Music
- Book title: Jewish Music - Its Historical Development
Author: Abraham Z. Idelsohn
Publisher: Dover Publications, New York. 1992.
Format: paperback, 13.7cm W x 21.6cm H, xxii + 535pp, chapter notes, index
- Roots of Klezmer, see Klezmer/Lost Trails, below.
- American Society of Indexers
- Indiana University School of Music
- Web: http://www.music.indiana.edu/music_resources/
- Early Musical Instruments
- Accordion, concertina, melodeon
- Bowed strings
Jewish cello music, Daniel Kazez:
- Flute: see Shops/Flute House, below.
- French horn
Stick, The: A parallel-strung, 8, 10 or 12 string fretboard tapping instrument which resembles an electric guitar. Designs are based on the revolutionary two-handed tapping method of parallel hands discovered by Emmett Chapman on guitar in 1969 and taught since then to players around the world. email@example.com. http://www.stick.com
Harp of David: http://www.harpofdavid.com/
Extensive notes on history, construction and tuning.
see also Shops/House of Harrari, below.
- Renaissance instruments
- Violin and other bowed instruments
- Instruments, construction of
- Discussion group: news:rec.music.makers.builders
- International Society for Jewish Music
- Contact the ISJM via Jewish Music Heritage Trust, below.
- Internet Radio
- JRock! - Broadcast from Jerusalem
- Nusach Internet Radio
- VJ Radio
- Israel Museum
- Web: http://www.imj.org.il/
- 2001: no music resources were found.
- Israel, music in
- Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
- Music in Israel - Daily listing of all classical music concerts and opera in Israel in English with links
to orchestras, choirs, groups and concert halls etc.
- Israeli Folk Dancing
- Israeli Dance Experience, Philadelphia, U.S.A.
- Israeli Dances
- Rikuday Dor Rishon
Founded in 1987, this New York group is dedicated to preserving and perpetuating the first generation of Israeli folk dances, from the pre-independence era to the reunification of Jerusalem and the post-Six Day War period.
- Vintage Israeli Folk Dancing
- Israeli Music
- Israeli Top 20
- Ofra Haza, Singer (1957-2000), Tribute to:
- Radio Israel:
- JAMS - Jay's Alternatives in Music Education
- Early childhood and pre-school music program using Jewish and
secular source material for children aged 0-6 years:
- Judy Lewis Group, Israel: jazz rock fusion
- Red-Sea Jazz Festival
Discussion group: news:rec.music.bluenote
- Jewish Community music downloads
- Jewish lullabies
- Tanja Solnik's From Generation to Generation: A Legacy of Lullabies, traditional Jewish lullabies sung in Ladino, Yiddish and Hebrew.
- Eleven lullabies sung in Yiddish. Lyrics and translations. RealAudio link.
- Jewish Music Heritage Trust
- The JMHT has evolved into the Jewish Music Institute which is based at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) at London University.
See next entry.
- Jewish Music Institute
- From the JMI web-site: The Jewish Music Institute is an independent arts organisation (non-religious), established in March 2000 at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, after 18 years of successful operation under the name of the Jewish Music Heritage Trust. JMI is a national focus bringing Jewish music to the mainstream British cultural arena for people of all ages, backgrounds and cultures.
- Jewish Music Research Center of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
- Web: http://www.jewish-music.huji.ac.il
The Jewish Music Research Centre of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, founded in 1964 by Prof. Israel Adler, is dedicated to the documentation, research and publication of scholarly materials about Jewish music.
Research encompasses two main areas: ethnomusicology, which deals with Jewish oral traditions, and historically-oriented research based on written documentation. Collecting and studying all documents pertaining to the musical traditions and the musical life of Jewish communities, past and present are primary tasks of the Centre, as well as, preserving these materials, cataloguing and making them accessible to the scholars and individuals interested in Jewish music. The JMRC carries out many projects in conjunction with institutions and researchers in Israel and abroad.
Please see our unique Thesaurus of Jewish Music, a bibliographic and music source, which may be searched by category, tradition, country or author.
- Jewish Music WebCenter, maintained by Judy Pinnolis
- Home-page: http://www.jmwc.org/
also Libraries and Archives with Jewish Music Collections
- Jewish Music on YouTube
- Web: http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=chasidance&search=Search
- Jewish resources
- Avrom's Jewish Music Page
- Web: http://www.geocities.com/TimesSquare/2923/jmusic.html
- Discussion group: news:alt.music.jewish
- Discussion group: news:soc.culture.jewish
- Discussion group: news:soc.culture.jewish.shoa
- Discussion group: news:uk.religion.jewish
- Web: http://jewishnet.net/
- Web: http://shamash.org/trb/judaism.html
- Web: http://www.virtualjerusalem.com/
- Jewish Theological Seminary
- Music Archive: http://www.jtsa.edu/library/archives/
- Jewish Virtual Library
- Break Forth in Melody and Song: http://www.us-israel.org/jsource/loc/loc19toc.html
- Jewish Youth Orchestra of Great Britain
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel:+44 (0)20-8441 9087.
- Joe Loss Lectureship in Jewish Music
- at City University, St John's Street, London EC1, U.K.
Contact: Alexander Knapp
Early in June 2003 a search of the City University web-site at http://www.city.ac.uk/music/ did not produce any significant references
to the Joe Loss Lectureship in Jewish Music.
- Journal of Synagogue Music
Journal of Jewish Music and Liturgy
- Judeo-Spanish Vocal Repertory
- Web: http://www.music.ed.ac.uk/colloquia/conferences/esem/wei.html
- Karpel Music Publication
Music Publication & Music Notation Service.
There is an English-Hebrew glossary of musical terms.
- The Main Klezmer Modes
- Ari Davidow's Klezmer page
- German Klezmer Page, The
- House of Musical Traditions - Klezmer
Lost Trails - Shane Solow's recordings of musicians in northern Romania who play archaic melodies
which are a prototype for Klezmer music. They learned the melodies from
Jewish musicians who lived in this region before the Second World War.
They are some of the last performers who know this tradition.
Lost Trails: Constantin Lupu
on the violin
- Yahoo! page of klezmer links
- Klezmer and simcha bands
- See also Bands, above
See also Radio/Radio@Netscape, below
- BaRock Orchestra, founded 1989
The web-site includes pictures of BaRock players, audio clips and, most unusually,
a page of detailed geographical directions about how to get to the many venues where they perform. Web: http://www.barockorchestra.com/home.asp
- Cayuga Klezmer Revival (Ithaca, USA)
- Chalojmes Klezmer Trio, Zürich, Switzerland.
- Cincinnati Klezmer Project
The Freylekh Klezmer Dance Band playing at the Soho Festival, London, 9th July 2006
- Freylekh Klezmer Dance Band
- David Glukh Klezmer Ensemble
- Into the Freylakh
- Java Jews Klezmer Band of Iowa, U.S.A.
- Kabalas, The (USA)
- Klezmania (Australia)
- Klezmer Connection
Established 1996. Wide variety of Jewish music - klezmer, Yiddish and Israeli, Russian and American (swing, standards, Broadway, jazz); and an a cappella group,focusing on Shomer Shabbat simchas.
- Klezmer Festival Band, London, U.K.
- Klezmer for Brass 'n' Wood
- Klezmer Juice, Los Angeles, U.S.A.
- Klezmer Swingers, London
Telephone: +44 (0)20-8550 2352.
- Klezmerantics, Haarlem, The Netherlands
Kol Haruach Klezmer Band, Rockville, MD, U.S.A.
| Kol Haruach Klezmer Band
Available for Simchas large and small, the Kol Haruach Klezmer Band has been performing since 2001. Their diverse repertoire includes Klezmer, Israeli, Jazz and Swing. The five piece touring ensemble has been featured in numerous publications including the Washington Post and the Washington Jewish Week.
Manager: Brian Choper, +1 (0)301-441-8899.
- Maxwell Street Klezmer Band (Chicago, USA)
- Minsker Kapelye Klezmer Ensemble
- Moshe's Bagel
- Ot Azoy (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Seen playing with verve in Leicester Square, London W1,
Telephone: +31 (0)20 679 5680
Facsimile: +31 (0)20 600 6748
- Pannónia Klezmer Band, Hungary
- Rock & Rollmops, London, U.K.
- Shir (United Kingdom)
- Sokolow, Peter Gary
- Svenska Klezmerföreningen
- Tantzunlid Klezma Trio, London, U.K.
- Wholesale Klezmer Band
- Yale Klezmer Band (Yale University student band, USA)
- Yiddishe Cup Klezmer Band (Cleveland, USA. Bert Stratton, +1 216-932-3586)
- Ladino, see Choral / Ladinostalgia, above.
- Large Print Music
- Popular, classical and religious music. 2.5 x normal size.
For details, please send a stamped addressed envelope to
LPM (London), P.O. Box 47, Stanmore, Middlesex HA7 3BD, U.K.
|Books about Leining
cantillation, chironomy, neginot, ping-pong
In February 2003, Tom Buchler, writing to the Leining list, referred to Edith Gerson-Kiwi's book "Chironomy."
In January 2003, Jarred Abelson wrote to the Leining list: "The Art of Cantillation" by Joshua Jacobson is published by the Jewish Publication Society. It gives a brief history of chironomy, and the hand signals that are/were used.
In January 2003, Judith Pinnolis wrote in Hasafran: I have a review of "Chanting the Hebrew Bible" by Jacobson on my website. http://www.jmwc.org/jmwc_bookandscore_reviews.html
In January 2003, Amy wrote to email@example.com: I learned how to chant by reading "Biblical Chant" by A. W. Binder (Philosophical Library: 1959). I believe you can order it from HUC-JIR.
In December 2002, Tom Buchler wrote to the leining group: "Chanting the Hebrew Bible" by Joshua Jacobson, (c) 2002, The Jewish Publication Society. This 965 page book covers ritual, terminology, a 270 pages of taxonomy of tropes showing how verses are diagrammed into phrases; 75 pages on pronounciation, a 20 page discussion of Masorah, 120 pages describing the cantillation of Torah including melodies and examples, 60 pages regarding parsing the Torah text, 60 pages regarding Haftarah cantillation, and another 200 pages covering High Holidays, special melodies, brachot, and Megillot.
|Trope Trainer software: http://www.kinnor.com
- Leining, the method of chanting when reciting the Torah in shul, is the subject of an active discussion group which is moderated by Rabbi David Grossman.
- Subscribe, unsubscribe, change your group settings, and much more by clicking on the Leining link at http://www.geocities.com/jewishgroups.
- The Group's leining site is at: http://www.geocities.com/TorahLein.
- Get more information by sending a blank e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Another leining discussion group is at http://www.hagigim.com/~~
- See also chanting,
- Library of Congress
- Hebraic Section: Web: http://lcweb.loc.gov/rr/amed/hebraic.html
Performing Arts: Web: http://www.loc.gov/rr/perform/
Search Tools: Web: http://lcweb.loc.gov/rr/tools.html
- Listserv, see Mailing Lists, below
Lubavitch source. Your computer must be sound-enabled:
Discussion group: news:alt.music.lyrics (Discussion of song lyrics)
- Mailing lists
- Information on more than 70,000 mailing lists:
Find 'culture,' then 'jewish,' then 'jewish music,'
or send three-word message info jewish-music
- The word 'lizst' here is a humorous replacement for 'list.'
A variant of computer programming language LISP is called 'Franz Lisp.'
- Martin Solomon's Celtic and Klezmer DADGAD guitar web-site
- Solomon argues that the Celtic guitar tuning of DADGAD instead of the more familiar EADGBE tuning improves
the sound of klezmer. Transcriptions, audio clips.
- Maven: Jewish-interest resources in Israel and world-wide, including music.
- Web: http://www.maven.co.il/
A 'several times a month' e-mail listing of Jewish-interest Internet
resources, including music. To subscribe, go to either of the two
Maven web-sites above and click on the SUBSCRIBE button.
- MIDI - Musical Instrument Digital Interface:
- Discussion group: news:alt.music.midi
- MIDI Archives:
- Israeli Jewish MIDI Music Library
- Movies, see Films, above
- The term MP3 is derived from Motion Picture Experts Group (MPEG).
MPEG refers to a group of digital video compression standards whereby
file compression is achieved by
recording only the changes in succeeding frames.
Motion Picture - [level] 3 (MP3) is a standard whereby files are compressed by removing those parts of
the audio data which are inaudible to the human ear.
- MP3.com: http://MP3.com/
- MP3.org: http://www.mpeg.org/MPEG/mp3.html
- Secure Digital Music Initiative, The (SDMI):
- Webmonkey's Find/Play MP3 Guide:
- ZDNet: MP3 Guide:
This program is a web-spider. You tell it what music you are looking for and
it then searches its index of Napster users to find the music. Napster does
not itself hold music files for distribution. The users, using the Napster browser,
decide whether or not make files available for supply to other Napster users.
The original source of the music may be a copyrighted CD.
- Macster: Napster for the Apple Mac:
Unlike Napster which maintains a centralised index of users, Gnutella is
a free program which is also completely decentralised in the way it operates.
Music, images and texts may be exchanged. Copyright appears to have no defence
against this system.
- Music Festivals
- New York Jewish Music and Heritage Festival, 13-25 Sep 2005: http://oyhoo.com/
- "Music From God"
- A project whereby "... decoding the Hebrew letters of the Torah into their own musical notes, we have made the power of the original Hebrew text of the Bible available in the universal language of music." Audio clips.
- Music Library Association (USA)
- Web: http://www.musiclibraryassoc.org/
- Listserv: listname: mla-l
Send message: subscribe mla-l your_forename your_surname
- Music software
- ABC musical notation system: http://www.gre.ac.uk/~c.walshaw/abc/
CTI Music downloadable software: http://www.lancs.ac.uk/users/music/research/sware.html
Millennium Music Software: http://www.millennium-music.co.uk/
Mozart Music Processor: http://www.mozart.co.uk/
Music Publisher: http://www.braeburn.co.uk/mp.htm
Sibelius Software: http://www.sibelius.com/
- C-Thru-Music: http://www.c-thru-music.org/
- Music Styles List
- An enormous musical resource with a fairly good indexing method; click on 'styles,' then on 'world,' then on 'Jewish.' Its Jewish section contains pages of links to Chazzanut, Klezmer and Performers.
- MuSICA Database - science and theory of music.
- Web: http://www.musica.uci.edu/
- Musica Judaica
- Editor: Dr. Arbie Orenstein
- Musical Instrument Digital Interface
- See MIDI, above.
- Bart Berman
- National Sound Archive (UK), part of the British Library.
- Web: http://portico.bl.uk/
Sound files are in RealAudio format.There is a button to download RealPlayer software.
- Neginot (cantillation marks):
- An outstanding resource is that compiled by Helmut Richter at ...
- Eliezer Segal's page offers audio clips for all neginot for Torah and Haftarah:
See Cantillation, above.
- New Israeli Opera
- E-mail: email@example.com
- Nigun Society for the promotion and exploration of Jewish Music
- Web: http://sti1.uni-duisburg.de/Nigun/English/
Editor's note: According to legend, Bubba Fraiga, a celebrated
nineteenth-century Galician kneidel-macher, used to hum a nigun
when kneading the dough. Its duration and cadence ensured that
her kneidlach had the optimum succulence and firmness. You may
perhaps find further details about this song and also the little-known
'matza nigun,' a descant or round for nine voices lasting no more and
no less than precisely eighteen minutes, on discussion group: rec.food.cuisine.jewish
MatzahMan, a battery-operated dancing doll (amputated legs) which also apparently sings "Matzarena" is available from
- Nigunim - Bobov Broadcast
- Heimische Bobover nigunim
- Nigunim at JewishAudio.org
- Dozens of audio files.
English introduction by the Rebbe: http://www.chassidus.com/audio/nigreb/
- North American Jewish Choral Festival
- Web: http://uahc.org/music/choral/
- Opera and theatre
- All About Jewish Theatre: http://www.jewish-theatre.com/
- Listserv: listname: opera-l
Discussion group: news:rec.arts.theatre.musicals
- Performing Rights, Royalties, etc.
- Australian Performing Right Association:http://www.apra.com.au/
BMI [faulty address, 25 June 2000]: http://www.BMI.com
Performing Right FAQ: http://www.musiclibraryassoc.org/Copyright/faqperf.htm
Performing Right Society (UK): http://www.prs.co.uk/Home
SESAC (USA): http://www.sesac.com/
Society of Composers, Authors & Music Publishers, Canada.
- See also "Composers of Classical Music of Jewish Descent
" listed under Books, above.
Many of the names listed below were copied from The Dictionary of Jewish Biography,
by Geoffrey Wigoder, ISBN:0-13-210105-X. Some others were copied from http://www.choralnet.org/music/
- Adler, Samuel Hans and Halevy, Jacques (see Halevy, below)
- Alexandrovich, Misha
Russian cantor and singer. Died 2002 aged 88.
CD from Hatikvah Music (323) 655-7083. Klezcorner@aol.com
- Alkabiz, Solomon
- Bajgelman, Dawid (Baigelman, David)
Born 1888, Ostrowiec. Died 1944, Auschwitz. Violinist, conductor, composer. [more]
- Beimel, Jacob
- Berlin, Irving, songwriter (1888-1989)
- Berstein, Leonard, composer and conductor (1918-1990)
- Bloch, Ernst, composer and teacher (1880-1959)
- Bogdanski, Majer. Tailor, musician and folklorist.
- Cohen, Herman, married daughter of L. Lewandowski
- Copland, Aaron, composer
- Da Ponte, Lorenzo, librettist (1749-1838)
- Damrosch family (of musicians)
- Damrosch, Leopold, violinist and composer
- Damrosch, Walter Johannes
- Einstein, Albert, violinist and physicist
- Elman, Mischa, violinist
- Feurmann, Emanuel, cellist
- Gershwin, George, composer
- Goldfaden, Abraham, composer plus other activities
- Goldmark, Karl, composer, music teacher (1830-1915)
- Goodman, Benny, clarinetist and bandleader
- Halevy, Jacques and Adler, Samuel Hans (see Adler, above)
- Halpern, Feliks Rafal
Born 1866, Lodz. Died 1942, Lodz Ghetto. Composer, pianist, musical critic. [more]
- Heifetz, Jascha, violinist (1900-1987)
- Hess, Myra, pianist (1890-1965)
- Higgins, Andrea Jill
- Horowitz, Vladimir, pianist (married Toscanini's daughter Wanda) (1903-1989)
- Huberman, Bronislaw, violinist (1882-1947)
- Idelsohn, Abraham Zvi, musicologist
- Jacobson, Joshua
Mah Nishtanah, Psalm 114, Saleynu (Celebrate), Shavu'ot
- James, Harry, trumpet player, band leader (1916-1983)
- Jolson, Al, entertainer, singer
- Katz, Shalom, cantor
- Kern, Jerome, composer
- King David, harpist
- Kiss, Josef, poet, wrote ''Jewish Songs'' book of poetry
- Klemperer, Otto, conductor
- Kousevitsky, Serge, conductor
- Kwartin, Zavel, cantor
- Landowska, Wanda, harpsichordist
- Lewandowski, Louis, composer and conductor (b. Wreschen 1821, d. Berlin 1894)
- Loewenstamm, M.
- Mahler, Gustav, composer and conductor (1860-1911)
- Mendelssohn-Bartoldy, Felix, composer (1809-1847)
- Meyerbeer, Giacomo, composer (1791-1864)
- Milhaud, Darius (1892-1974)
- Naumberg/Naumbourg, S. arranger
- Nelson, Rachelle
- Offenbach, Jacques/Jakob, composer (1819-1880)
- Oistrakh, David Fedorovich, violinist (1908-1974)
- Ormandy, Eugene (born Jeno Blau, Budapest), conductor (1899-1985)
- Peerce, Jan (Jacob Pincus Perelmuth), 1904-1984. Tenor and violinist
- Piatigorsky, Gregor, cellist (1903-1976)
- Pik, T.
- Porges, Heinrich. 1837-1900. Disciple of Richard Wagner [more]
- Rach, Jochim, composer, Germany (circa 1850)
- Richards, Stephen (1935-)
Avadim Hayinu, Eliyahu Hanavi
- Rogers, Richard (& Hammerstein), composer (1902-1979)
- Romberg, Sigmund, composer (1887-1951)
- Rose, Billy, songwriter and other activities (1899-1966)
- Rosenblatt, Joseph, cantor and composer (1882-1933)
- Rosenfeld, Morris, poet and songwriter (1862-1923)
- Rossi, Salomon de, composer (1570-1630)
- Rubenstein, Anton Grigoryevich, pianist, composer (1829-1894)
- Rubenstein, Arthur, pianist (1887-1982)
- Sachs, Curt, German musicologist, authority on instruments (1881-1959)
- Schalit, Heinrich
- Schlesinger, S.
- Schmidt, Joseph, Romanian tenor (1904-1942)
- Schnabel, Artur, pianist and composer (1882-1951)
- Schoenberg, Arnold, composer (1874-1951)
- Schorr, Boruch
- Schorr, Israel
- Sirota, Gershon Isaac, cantor (1874-1943)
- Straus, Oscar, operetta composer
- Stark, Edward
- Steinberg, Ben
Selections from Hallel (Psalms 113-118), Shehecheyanu, Zeh Hayom
- Stern, Isaac
One of the greatist violinists of the 20th century. Born Soviet Union, 1920. Moved to Los Angeles, 1921. Died Manhattan, 2001.
- Strassburg, Robert (1915-):
- Sulzer, Solomon, cantor, composer (1804-1890)
Halleluya (Psalm 111)
- Szell, George, conductor, composer (1897-1970)
- Szigeti, Joseph, violinist (1892-1973)
- Tauber, Richard, tenor (1892-1948)
- Tertis, Lionel, violinist (1876-1975)
- Tucker, Richard, tenor and cantor (1913-1975)
- Tucker, Sophie, singer and entertainer (1884-1966)
- Wald, F.
- Walter, Bruno. Conductor (1876-1962)
- Weill, Kurt, composer (1900-1950)
- Weintraub, H.
- Wieniawski, Henryk, violinist and composer (1835-1880)
- Yose Ben Yose, Hebrew liturgical poet (5th-6th century)
- Photographic record of Jazz by Ray Avery
- Web: http://www.bookweb.cwis.uci.edu:8042/Jazz/jazz.html
- Ping-pong leining
- Not the game known as table-tennis, but derived from the side-to-side head movements of the spectators. Ping-pong in the Jewish world refers to the chanting of the Sefer Torah when the reader uses a Chumash with cantillation marks as a guide to trop whilst reading from the unmarked scroll. The reader would point normally with the shamash in the right hand whilst glancing quickly at the Chumash lying on the reading desk at the left side of the scroll.
See also Leining, above.
Literary minded readers of this page may have read "The Mighty Waltzer" by Howard Jacobson. It is about the author's youth and tells about his development into an expert table-tennis player. Whether he also became an expert leiner was not stated.
- Pinnolis: Judy Pinnolis' Jewish Music WebCentre
- Streaming Jewish Music:
- Nusach - Jewish soul music: http://www.angelfire.com/art2/nusach
- Web: http://wnwr.com [Off-line, 2 June 2003]
- Yiddish Voice:
- Zionist Rap - Sales proceeds in aid of soldiers 'Missing In Action' in defence of Israel.
- Reform Synagogues of Great Britain
- Music to accompany the new RSGB Siddur, 2005:
- Rice University Fondren Library
- Brown Fine Arts Library - Music Resources: http://www.rice.edu/Fondren/Brown/music/music.html
- Royal College of Music (London)
- No Jewish-interest content. No search facilities.
- Royal Academy of Music (London)
- You will get much more information from the Telnet link than from the web-site.
Telnet is a pre-Windows non-mouse system and
may present you with unfamiliar options. It relies upon typed data entry via the alphabet and number keys, the cursor keys and the return (enter) key. It is easy to use and if you are clever enough to use Internet Explorer or Netscape then you should have no difficulty with Telnet. In its time it gave easy, swift access to enormous on-line resources and may still do so.
login: library; a password is not needed.
- Schools and conservatories of Jewish music
- Ron Shulamit Music Conservatory
Based in Jerusalem, Israel. Since 1910 has provided quality music and dance education, while bringing the arts to communities across Jerusalem and Israel as a whole, through performances by its ballet troupes, chamber orchestras (including an accordian orchestra), ensembles, and youth choirs.
The Conservatory now offers a BA degree in Music Education programme for girls, and its "Renaissance of Jewish Music Preservation Project" continues to work to research, record and perform traditional Jewish music from around the world.
Telephone: +972 2-652-8531
- Search Engines
- Searching for information with a search engine usually involves getting a great deal of
unwanted information. To an extent one can reduce the unwanted references by the use of
appropriate search keywords:
- jewish music
- "jewish music"
- jewish AND music
- jewish AND music NOT pop
- +jewish +music -pop
- jewish AND liturg
- Sepharadic Pizmonim - Sepharadic Cantorial pieces
- Web: http://www.geocities.com/Paris/6256/
Cantorial pieces, songs and melodies in Ladino, Hebrew,
Judeo-Arabic, French and Spanish. Slow to load.
- Sephardic culture and music
- Web: http://www.bsz.org/bszmain.htm
- Sephardic music
- These details and links were kindly provided by Judy Pinnolis
BSZNet: Gateway to Sephardic Resources. Visit the BSZ Hall of Music!
Moroccan Tunes, part of the Sephardic-Moroccan Page
Tzimmes: a performing group. Moshe Denberg has mounted an excellent history
Judith Cohen's website: a musicologist and performer:
Judy Frankel's website. Her singing is delightful.
Za'atar, a group dedicated to Sephardic and Moroccan music
Sephardim on records: see:
There is also a new book by Kay Shelemay called Let Jasmine Rain Down.
It has an extensive bibliography and should lead one to places of sephardic
- Seventeenth Century Music, Journal of
- Web: http://www.sscm.harvard.edu/jscm/Welcome.html
- Shemay Israel, Jewish music and groups
- Web: http://www.shemayisrael.co.il/music/
- Shlomo Project
- Downloadable MP3 tracks containing some Jewish content.
- The repertoire of the shofar is generally limited to the bugle-like sounds which accompany the Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services in the synagogue.
Birthrightisrael.com's Shofar Idol: http://www.danmeth.com/shofaridol.htm
Temple Emanu-El, Dallas, Texas, U.S.A. Kriat Hashofar: http://shalomdch.org/flash_shofar.swf
Arthur Finkel, author of The Shofar Sounders Reference Manual and Easy Guide to Shofar Sounding has produced a fascinating web-site: http://www.geocities.com/afinkle221/
Michael Chusid, is "an experienced ba’al tekiah – shofar master blaster – and author of Hearing Shofar: The Still Small Voice of the Ram’s Horn. He has taught shofar at Hebrew Union College, American Jewish University, and throughout the US and Canada." His shofar web-site is at
Scott S. Riggi's Shofar timekeeping apparatus and method, 2007:
Playable 6-hole shofar: http://www.music.iastate.edu/antiqua/shofar.htm [includes an audio clip]. This modified shofar would not be kosher for use on the Yomtovim. However, since the Tekiah Gadola blasts of the kosher shofar signal the formal end of Yom Kippur, I should then love to hear a shofar rendering of Hatikvah.
Hear the various shofar notes:
- Flute House - discount sales, repairs (Israel)
- Freetown Records
- Ganeydn Jewish Art and Music
- Hatikvah Music:
- Hed Arzi Records
- House of Harrari - Biblical harps
- Jarden Jewish Bookshop
- Jewish Music Distribution
- Mostly Music
Excellent indexing of site contents. Downloads, sheet music, albums, songs, etc. Several rabbinic commentaries regarding the halachic implications of copying and downloading.
- Past Perfect - digitally re-mastered 1920's, 1930's, 1940's music.
- SABRA Music Center
- Sounds Write
Curiously, this Jewish music web-site does not depict any overtly Jewish imagery or symbols in its design. The names of the artistes are 100% kosher!
http://www.stagepass.com. A retail site offering an enormous array of books and
other musical resources. The site has an integral search engine. I entered various
search keys to determine the number of book items retrieved.Search keys and
results: hassidic=7 hebrew=19, israel=17, jew*=210, jewish=188, klezmer=24,
- Tara - World of Jewish Music
- Worldwide Success Records
- Alan Lieberman composes tunes and lyrics and sings with guitar accompaniment:
- Rachelle Shubert - Contemporary and Traditional Judaic Songs of Love and Inspiration
- Nomi Teplow
(Israeli vocalist. Contemporary Jewish music concerts in Israel and U.S.A.
- Society for the Promotion of Jewish Liturgical Music
- No details are currently available [July 2004] but there is a reference to the Society at http://www.tlcs.org.uk/patron.htm.
- Shir B'Yachad Jewish song group
Meets once a month in the London, U.K., area and welcomes everyone who enjoys singing to learn, teach and share
Jewish songs of all types, learning informally by ear using song sheets
with transliterated words. All levels of musical ability welcome,
including none. Led by experienced song leaders and teachers. Informal
and friendly atmosphere. Cost £3. Get more information from Diane [firstname.lastname@example.org].
- Hava Nashira
Jewish music of the people, by the people, and for the people of the Hava Nashira songleaders' community
- Song writing
- GreatJewishMusic.com: a site to learn Jewish songs through MIDI and audio samples.
Links to resources for on-line Jewish music.
- Sound archives
- Discussion group: news:alt.binaries.sounds.d discussion
Discussion group: news:alt.binaries.sounds.music
- This has nothing at all to do with dinosaurs. The name is derived from the Greek stegein grajein or "covered writing." It is the science of hiding data within other data. Digitised music and pictures are ideal media for this purpose. Uses of steganography include hiding your name, serial numbers and copyright information in various places in your digitised music in the hope that it may prove valuable in court against counterfeiters. The hidden data is almost impossible to detect. The process is also known as watermarking and fingerprinting. The brand-name 'Steganos' is in use  for a computer security product.
British Computer Society - Software Protection Specialist Group:
A book which deals extensively with this subject is
Disappearing Cryptography by Peter Wayner. ISBN: 0-12-738671-8.
- Symposium on Jewish Music, Edinburgh, 1996
- Web: http://www.music.ed.ac.uk/colloquia/conferences/jewish.html
- Tallis Consultancy
A service offered by British Telecommunications PLC. It has
nothing to do with Thomas Tallis, music or talleisim.
... is an information services company which provides library management systems.
- See Yiddish/Tangele, below
- Transcontinental Music Publications
- This is a division of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations.
It is the largest publisher of Jewish choral and solo music in
- Union of American Hebrew Congregations - Music
- See Films, above.
- Women in Jewish Music
- International Alliance for Women in Music search engine
Use 'jewish' as search key:
Karen Daniel: http://members.home.net/karendaniel/
Judy Caplan Ginsburgh: http://www.judymusic.com/ Also offers simultaneous singing + signing.
Women Cantor's Network members' pages:
- Yahoo! Jewish music page of links
- Web: http://dir.yahoo.com/Entertainment/Music/Artists/By_Country_or_Culture/Jewish/
- A Sudenyu Of Yiddish Song
Gilbert & Sullivan plays in Yiddish: see Gilbert & Sullivan Archive, above.
Helen Winkler's Yiddish Dance Page
Hollander Booksellers - Yiddish sheet music:
The Jewish Culture and the Yiddish language
Jozef der gasnsinger
Kame'a music web-site
Lithuanian Jews revive Yiddish, by Laura Sheeter, BBC News, Vilnius [30-1-2007]
Medem-Bibliotek is the largest library and archive of Yiddish books
Nikos Pogonatos - Pianist, Yiddish music
Nizza Thobi ("Forget Klesmer - Nizza Thobi revives Yiddish!")
Oxford Institute of Yiddish Studies
Robert Freedman Yiddish Song Database
Yiddish on computers - Understanding Yiddish Information Processing
Yiddish Is Forever: http://www.yiddish-is-forever.com
October 2002: Yiddish Is Forever, a 3 CD-box, 48 songs, more than 3 hours of music.
Yiddish Melodies - Mame-Loshn 2000: Illustrations to the Moisey Beregovskys' song collection
YiddishNet e-mail newsletter
Yiddish Voice, The [Internet radio]
- Zemerl - Jewish Song Database
- Web: http://www.princeton.edu/zemerl/
An interactive, comprehensive on-line database of Jewish songs,
including lyrics, information, sound clips, and other on-line resources
for Jewish music.
Source: Maven, 25 May 1999