Modern Jews and Their Musical Agendas (Studies in Contemporary Jewry, Volume 9)

By Ezra Mendelsohn

This quantity examines music's position within the technique of Jewish assimilation into the trendy eu bourgeoisie and the function assigned to track in forging a brand new Jewish Israeli nationwide id, in keeping a separate Sephardic identification, and in maintaining a conventional Jewish lifestyles. Contributions comprise "On the Jewish Presence in 19th Century ecu Musical Life," through Ezra Mendelsohn, "Musical existence within the crucial eu Jewish Village," through Philip V. Bohlman, "Jews and Hungarians in sleek Hungarian Musical Culture," through Judit Frigyesi, "New instructions within the track of the Sephardic Jews," by way of Edwin Seroussi, "The Eretz Israeli music and the Jewish nationwide Fund," by way of Natan Shahar, "Alexander U. Boskovitch and the search for an Israeli Musical Style," through Jehoash Hirshberg, and "Music of Holy Argument," via Lionel Wolberger. the quantity additionally comprises essays, ebook reports, and an inventory of contemporary dissertations within the box.

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Divrei hakeneset 5713 (1952/1953), 1332 (Yaakov Hazan). 36. On mamlakhtiyut, see Natan Yannai, "Hatefisah hamamlakhtit shel Ben-Gurion," Cathedra forty five (September 1987), 169-189; Peter Medding, "Ben-Gurion kemanhig demokrati," Yahadut zemaneinu five (1989), 38-49; and Eliezer Don-Yehiya, "Yahadut umamlakhtiyut behaguto uvimediniyuto shel Ben-Gurion," Haziyonut 14 (1989), 51-88. 37. For Zvi Yehudah Kook's realizing of the Holocaust, see Eliezer Don-Yehiya, "Galut in Zionist Ideology and in Israeli Society," in Israel and Diaspora Jewry: Ideological and Political views, ed. Eliezer Don-Yehiya (Ramat-Gan: 1991), 219-257. As for Uri Zvi Greenberg, he states that the Holocaust martyrs "set us except the realm . . . and there's no passage from one part to the other"; see Uri Zvi Greenberg, Rehovot hanahar (Jerusalem and Tel-Aviv: 1951), 127. See additionally Barukh Kurzweil, "Shirei rehovot hanahar," in: Bein hazon levein haabsurdi (Jerusalem and Tel-Aviv: 1966), 37. 38. See Yaakov Maor, "Mah nishtanetah hahagadah hazot," Yedioth Ahronoth, 1 April 1975; Charles S. Liebman, "Myth, culture and Values in Israeli Society," Midstream (January 1978), 44-53. 39. David Ben-Gurion, "Ein 'atid lanu beli medinah" (1945), in his Bama'arakhah four (TelAviv: 1949), 412. forty. On Ben-Gurion's angle towards the Arab-Israel clash, see Yigal Donitz, "'Ekronot yesod betefisato hapolitit-bithonit shel Ben-Gurion vehashkafato 'al hasikhsukh hayisraeli-'aravi," Medinah umimshal 1 (1971), 71-73. forty-one. Divrei hakeneset 5710 (1949/1950), 1153. forty two. Ibid. , 1161. forty three. See Sefer hahukim 5710 (1949/1950), 281-284. forty four. Divrei hakeneset 5712 (1951/1952), 910. forty five. Davar, 22 April 1951. forty six. David Ben-Gurion, "Israel's safety and her overseas Position," in Israel govt 12 months e-book 5720 (1959/1960) (Jerusalem: 1960), 73-74. forty seven. Ibid. , 72-73. forty eight. Ibid. , eighty two. forty nine. Ibid. , seventy seven. 50. Ibid. , eighty one. fifty one. Divrei hakeneset 5713 (1952/1953), 1334. fifty two. Ibid. , 5719 (1958/1959), 2207. fifty three. Hazaothok57\9 1958/1959), 242. fifty four. Sefer hahukim 5719 (1958/1959), 112; for the Knesset debate see Divrei hakeneset of that 12 months, 1385-1390, 1993. fifty five. The legislation declared that "Remembrance Day starts off at sundown . . . [and lasts] until eventually the celebrities come out"; Hazaot hok 5721 (1960/1961), 182; Sefer hahukim (5721), 182. fifty six. Harold Fisch, The Zionist Revolution: a brand new viewpoint (London: 1978), one hundred ten. fifty seven. See Eliezer Don-Yehiya, Konflikt veshituf bein mahanot politiyim: hamahaneh hadati utenu' at ha' avodah (Ph. D. diss. , Hebrew collage, 1977), vol. 2, ch. four. fifty eight. For a close dialogue of this improvement, see Charles Liebman and Eliezer DonYehiya, Civil faith in Israel: conventional Judaism and Political tradition within the Jewish kingdom (Los Angeles: 1983). fifty nine. Maariv, 27 April 1976. 60. Haaretz, 27 April 1976. 162 Eliezer Don-Yehiya sixty one. Yedioth Ahronoth, thirteen April 1980. sixty two. Divrei hakeneset, 5738 (1977/1978), 2569. sixty three. Ibid. , 2572. sixty four. Maariv, 10 April 1983. sixty five. Haaretz, 14 April 1988. sixty six. Ibid. , four may perhaps 1978. sixty seven. Yedioth Ahronoth, thirteen April 1980. sixty eight. Ibid. , four August 1982. sixty nine. Haaretz, 27 April 1976. 70.

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