Table of contents for Jewish musical modernism, old and new / edited by Philip V. Bohlman with a foreword by Sander L. Gilman.


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Contents

Foreword: Are Jews Musical? Historical Notes on the Question of Jewish Musical Modernism
Sander L. Gilman
Acknowledgments
Introduction: The Transcendent Moment of Jewish Modernism
Philip V. Bohlman
1. Multiple Modernisms? Episodes from the Sciences as Cultures, 1900–1945
Mitchell G. Ash
2. Sephardic Fins des Siècles: The Liturgical Music of Vienna’s Türkisch-Israelitische Community on the Threshold of Modernity
Edwin Seroussi
3. Jewish Music and German Science
Pamela M. Potter
4. Echoes from beyond Europe: Music and the Beta Israel Transformation
Kay Kaufman Shelemay
5. Charlotte Salomon’s Modernism
Michael P. Steinberg
Epilogue: Beyond Jewish Modernism
Philip V. Bohlman

Appendix 1. Moments musicaux et modernes: Jewish Modernism in Popular and Political Music: Accompanying CD by the New Budapest Orpheum Society
Appendix 2. CD Texts and Translations
Contributors
Index



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Jews -- Music -- History and criticism.
Modernism (Music)
Jewish musicians.
Music -- 20th century -- History and criticism.