Son of a cantor and scion of a family of rabbis and rabbinic scholars, Kurt Weill was an innovative composer of operas and works for the American musical theater, for which he frequently collaborated with notable contemporaneous dramatists.
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July 2nd, 2013
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 ...>
April 9th, 2012
Table of Contents Modern Israel and the American Jewish Experience The Eastern European Immigrant Era American Zionism and the Reform Movement The Blackstone Memorial: Reform Supporters and American Legitimization The Kishinev Pogrom: Reform and Other American Responses Uganda: For ...>