Secular music

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The BUND and Yiddish revolutionary songs

The General Jewish Labour Bund in Lithuania, Poland and Russia, generally called The Bund, was a secular Jewish socialist party in the Russian Empire, active between 1897 and (…) Read more

Klezmer music: from the past to the present

translated from Hervé Roten’s article. Klezmer is an instrumental music for celebrations which was once performed in the Jewish communities of Eastern Europe at weddings or joyous religious (…) Read more

Songs of Sefardi Jews

An introductive article about the singing of Sefardi Jews Read more

Music in Israel

Michèle Tauber is a teacher of modern Hebrew at the university, and is licenced of a doctorate thesis on Aharon Appelfeld’ symbolic languages of nature. She is a university lecturer in modern and (…) Read more

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Conference on the HATIKVA - Lyrical Odyssey, History and origins of the Israeli national hymn

A conference proposed by Théa Herz and the EIJM, as part of the Festival of Jewish Cultures in Paris, on June 13, 2018 at 6PM at the townhouse of (…)

Release of the 2 first collections of musical scores by Itaï Daniel at the EIJM’s editions

The EIJM is happy to announce the release of 2 sheet music collections of melodies for Shabbat, by the composer Itaï Daniel, one for voice and (…)

Concert « Coplas Sefardies - Judeo-Spanish songs » by Alberto Hemsi in Hanover

Thursday March 22nd, 2018 : an event organised by Das Europäische Zentrum für Jüdische Musik and the reformed Jewish community of Hanover, in (…)

Release of 2 new musical scores by Serge Kaufmann at the EIJM’s editions

2 new unreleased musical scores are now available at the EIJM

The musical instruments in the Bible - between myth and reality : conference by Hervé Roten

On February 12th 2018 at 7h00 pm, conference about the musical instruments in the Bible, by Hervé Roten, at the Institut Universitaire Elie Wiesel (…)