The World Centre for Jewish Music in Palestine, 1936-1940: Jewish Musical Life on the Eve of World War II

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APPENDIX

Inventory of the Archives
The Archive of the World Centre for Jewish Music in Palestine is housed in the Jewish Music Research Centre of the JNUL.
Mus. 33 I: Correspondence
The correspondence is arranged alphabetically according to the organization or the surname of the person with whom the centre was in epistolary contact, regardless of whether letters were sent to or received from the particular correspondent. This system of cataloguing is appropriate because the archives contain letters only between the centre itself and others. The letters for each correspondent are kept in a separate folder and are arranged chronologically, with undated correspondence at the end. The citations in the inventory contain the following elements: name of the correspondent; initials of the World Centre representative with whom letters were exchanged (SL = Salli Levi, HS = Hermann Swet, and JS = Joachim Stutschewsky; correspondence between these three officials of the centre is placed under Stutschewsky or Swet as appropriate); number of items (its.) in the folder; and the dates of the initial and final correspondence in the file. A person whose name is contained within brackets did not respond to the WCJMP, although copies of the WCJMP's letters are present in the folder.
Abileah, Arieh/SL. 1 it. (1 Mar. 1938)
Achron, Joseph/SL, HS. 15 its. (21 May 1937-11 Jan. 1938)
ACUM/SL. 5 its. ( 17 Mar. 1937-18 Dec. 1938)
Adler, Hugo/SL, HS. 16 its. ( 3 Mar. 1937-23 Aug. 1938)
Agron, Gershon, see Agronsky, Gershon
[ Agronsky, Gershon (later Gershon Agron)]/SL. 1 it. (11 May 1937)
Algazi, Léon/SL, HS, JS. 10 its. (20 May 1937-10 Jan. 1939)
Alman, Samuel/HS. 5 its. ( 16 Dec. 1937-z28 Aug. 1938)
The American Hebrew/SL. 1 it. (10 May 1939)
[Anglo-Palestine Bank]/SL, HS. 1 it. (21 Dec. 1937)

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgements xiv
  • Contents xvii
  • List of Illustrations xxiv
  • List of Abbreviations xxv
  • Glossary xxvi
  • Note on the Translations xxix
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I - European Roots 23
  • 1 - Organizing the Wcjmp in the Diaspora 25
  • 2 - Organizing the Wcjmp Abroad 54
  • 3: Social Conditions for Jewish Musicians in Germany and Europe 78
  • Part II - The Search for Fertile Soil in a New Homeland 113
  • 4 - History of the Wcjmp 115
  • 5 - Financial Endeavours of the Wcjmp 136
  • 6 - Musica Hebraica 158
  • Part III - Toward a New Musical Culture in Palestine and Israel 173
  • 7 - Musical Life in Palestine During the 1930s 175
  • 8 - Aesthetics of Jewish Music 204
  • Epilogue the Music History of the Wcjmp: 'Clues to a Puzzle, a Meaning to the Meaningless' 237
  • Appendix 261
  • Bibliography 275
  • Index 287
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