They form a cultural record of deep significance not only for the jewish people but also for folklorists and scholars as evidence of a distinctive music culture that interacted with and influenced the folk musics of eastern europe mark slobin is winslow kaplan professor of music at wesleyan university. Old jewish folk music the collections and writings of moshe beregovski judaic traditions in literature music and art paperback october 1 2000 by mark slobin author 50 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews see all 3 formats and editions hide other formats and editions . Old jewish folk music comprises the collections and writings of ethnomusicologist moshe beregovski as edited and translated into english by mark slobin professor of music at wesleyan university featured are insights into soviet and jewish history and musicology surveying the notes and lyrics of three hundred folk songs. This volume presents a cultural record of the jewish folk music of eastern europe through the eyes of ethnomusicologist moshe beregovski it includes contextual responses to jewish folk music essays on musical influences and notes and lyrics of nearly 300 folk songs
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