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This promotion has now ended. Thank you for participating! This year, our popular Let My Music Go giveaway returns with a new twist: YOU get to pick the music you win! Moses may not have pleaded for the Jewish people’s freedom of ...
 
Jazz is widely considered America’s most important contribution to the world of music. So it’s hardly any wonder that Jews—who not only acculturated themselves to the American experience but quickly began to shape its soundscape—played a role in jazz’s development ...
 
Hugo Weisgall’s earliest memory involved singing in a synagogue choir on Yom Kippur. He was three years old. His father—a cantor—was at war. His aunt and uncle had just received word that their son was missing in action. His aunt ...