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Samuel Adler
 
Samuel Adler
Born 1928
With a catalogue comprising more than 400 secular and liturgical works, German-born Samuel Adler is a highly prolific American composer, as well as an accomplished conductor and a respected educator.
 
 
 
 
 
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This volume comprises recorded replications of synagogue services or self-contained sections of services, presented here in their musical totality and flow, but without any of the spoken English interpolations that ...>

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Just as Jewish history, lore, and literature have made for engaging operatic treatment (see Volume 16) during the 20th century and into the 21st, so too these aspects of collective ...>

 
The designations Sephardi (adj.) and Sephardim (n., pl.) are employed herein in their standard, accurate usages to refer specifically to those Jews—and their various regional traditions and customs—who descend from ...>

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The intimacy of the human and instrumental voices in the music of this volume resides in great measure in its offerings of conventionally as well as experimentally structured chamber music ...>

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"Classical" Concert Music of American Jewish Experience: The Greatest Surprise? Of the categories of music contained in the Milken Archive, none is likely, by virtue of its very existence as well as its ...>

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The broad sweep of Jewish history, literature, and folklore bursts with an abundance of potential operatic material, spanning its entire arch from antiquity to the modern and so-called postmodern eras. ...>

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