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Jewish Music and Modernity

Philip Bohlman

Jewish Music and Modernity

The Paradox of a European Music History

by Philip Bohlman

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Published by Oxford University Press .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages352
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10133751M
ISBN 100195178327
ISBN 109780195178326

The Musar movement (also Mussar movement) is a Jewish ethical, educational and cultural movement that developed in 19th century Lithuania, particularly among Orthodox Lithuanian Hebrew term Musar (מוּסַר), is from the Book of Proverbs () describing moral conduct, instruction or discipline, educating oneself on how they should act in an appropriate manner. The book had a great influence on the development of Jewish intellectual traditions. By the modern period, ideological syncretism became the norm for Jewish laity and scholars. Throughout the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries in cosmopolitan centers such as Amsterdam and Venice, many Jews began to participate in the life of the majority culture.

A Jewish Orchestra in Nazi Germany is a book filled with the stories of real lives, a collective biography in modern music history that must no longer remain in silence." Philip V. Bohlman, author of Jewish Music and Modernity "An engaging and downright gripping by: 4. In The Jews of Eastern Europe, Israel Bartal traces this transformation and finds in it the roots of Jewish modernity. The Jews of Eastern Europe, can improve the reader's memory. As you read the book, you have a variety of meanings, their origins, ambitions, history and nuances, as well as various circles and sub-transfers each story.

Torah and Western Thought: Intellectual Portraits of Orthodoxy and Modernity is a collection of intellectual biographies of 20th-century Orthodox Jewish leaders who have tried to bring together these two value systems. Many of the thinkers discussed in the book, most of the essay authors, and all three editors have taught at some point at Author: Martin Lockshin. Jewish modernity, this book turns away from essentializations of “Jewish thought,” “Jewishness,” “Judaism,” or “the Jewish people,” aiming instead to grasp the di-verse work of thinkers who have confronted and reimagined the relation between Judaism and the modern world.


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Bohlman imparts these questions with a new light that transforms the very historiography of Jewish culture in modernity.\" \"Based on decades of fieldwork and archival study throughout the world, Bohlman intensively examines the many ways in which music has historically borne witness to the confrontation.

In Jewish Music and Modernity, Philip V. Bohlman imparts these questions with a new light that transforms the very historiography of Jewish culture in modernity. Based on decades Jewish Music and Modernity book fieldwork and archival study throughout the world, Bohlman intensively examines the many ways in which music has historically borne witness to the confrontation.

Modern Jewish music was and is varied, and this book is notable for the ways in which the borders between repertories are crossed and modernity is enriched by the shift of Jewish music from cultural peripheries to the center.

Understanding the crisis of modernity — the Holocaust and its aftermath — is crucial to the challenge this book Author: Philip Bohlman. Jewish Music and Modernity demonstrates how borders between repertories are crossed and the sound of modernity is enriched by the movement of music and musicians from the peripheries to the center of modern culture.

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Philip Bohlman's Jewish Music and Modernity is conceived as the final volume in a trilogy examining the musical life of the Jewish communities of central and eastern central Europe, primarily focusing on Germany and Austria.

The first two volumes, The Land where Two Streams Flow () and The World Centre for Jewish Music in Palestine (), investigated the transition of the musical life of Author: Abigail Wood. In Jewish Music and Modernity, Philip V. Bohlman imparts these questions with a new light that transforms the very historiography of Jewish culture in modernity.

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Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Jewish modernity flourished between the age of Enlighten /5(2). Jewish Music and Modernity (), which completes the trilogy, traces the musical life of various Jewish communities in Europe spanning from the eighteenth-century Haskalah—the Jewish form of Enlightenment—until the Holocaust.

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