Sheet Music

The Hoffman Book

Presented by Susan Watts and edited by Ilana Cravitz, Dr Hankus Netsky and Dr Hannah Ochner, The Hoffman Book is a remarkable collection of 160 songs compiled in 1927 by Jewish musician Joseph Hoffman (1869-1939) …

12 Jewish Wedding Melodies

Published in 2020, this score offers us 12 Jewish wedding melodies, arranged for string quartet by British violinist Ilana Cravitz, recognized today as one of the major artists of klezmer music …

Klezmer Fiddle: a how to guide

This klezmer method (supplied with a CD) by the violinist Ilana Cravitz is suitable for anyone wanting new tunes, play-along parts, or ways to explore klezmer traditional-style playing …

George Enescu – Musica de Camera, vol. VIII

Eighth volume of the complete edition of George Enescu’s works, this sheet music is dedicated to the composer’s chamber music. Published at the Salabert Editions in 2014 by the Romanian …

Il gioco delle sorti

Composed by Gilberto Bosco in 2002, with a libretto by Sandra Reberschak, Il gioco delle sorti ("the game of fate" in Italian) is an opera that, like Purim shpil, tells the story of Megillat Esther. This score is now available in our collections …

The Undying Flame

A collection 110 songs in 16 different languages, written during World War II, joined with a CD, now available for consultation at the EIJM …

Itsik’s Megilah

Released in March 2015, the Medem Center Arbeter Ring in Paris published the famous Purim Shpil written by the poet Itsik Manger (1901-1969), with lyrics and music score, put on music by Dov Seltzer …

Mir Zingen (We sing)

80 songs with music score, translations and transliteration, edited by the MEDEM center Arbeter Ring and the CLEJ in 2016 …

Jewish Prayer

Compilation of musical scores for cello (or viola) and organ with works from Max Bruch, Joseph Sulzer, Fernand Halphen, Louis Lewandowki …

German-Jewish Organ Music

The Jewish Reform movement of the 19th century revolutionized synagogue music, among other things with the introduction of the organ, which marked a new musical and religious identity. A new repertoire for solo organ emerged in the Jewish diaspora of Central Europe …

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