The two cultures of Moroccan Jewry.
It was popular music then, and can be now.
Jerzy Fitelberg was a favorite of Aaron Copland and Arthur Rubinstein. Then he was lost to history. Now, sixty years after his death, his music is being played again.
Amernet at the Kennedy Center.
The competition for top cantor.
With some help from a congregant.
Charles Krauthammer and Edward Rothstein exchange views.
Israeli pop music is turning to Jewish tradition for inspiration.
A remarkable concert reintroduces three Jewish composers who fled fascist Europe to America, where two of them pioneered a new art form—the symphonic film score.
3,300 Jews in Serbia, and a choir.
What is Judeo-Arab music?
Hating Wagner is a debilitating Jewish habit. So is loving him.
Aryeh Tepper, an American-born scholar and writer, discusses the musical traditions of Jews from Islamic lands, contemporary Mizrahi popular music in Israel, and his own,. . .
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