Giving your archives

The EIJM collects, digitalize and puts on internet the Jewish musical heritage, wether it is family documents (audio cassettes, sheet music, pictures...), institutional documents (radio shows, liturgical synagogal music scores...), archives from cantors or worshippers (Adolphe Attia, Shalom Berlinski, Emile Kaçmann, Gilbert Léon...), composer’s manuscripts (Léon Algazi, Fernand Halphen, Alberto Hemsi, Alexandre Tansman) or even programs or posters of concerts.


We are interested in your archives :
Wether you choose to simply lend them to us for digitalization, to make a donation or a deposit, the EIJM commits to make and give you, after the period engaged for this work, a digitalized copy of any archive given.

For more information :
by mail : contact@iemj.org
or by phone : +33 1 45 82 20 52

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