36.75 

Zamówienie wyślemy do 00 00 00

Żydzi w kulturze muzycznej Galicji, tom 1

Kategorie: ,

Dodatkowe informacje

Redakcja naukowa

ISBN

Rok wydania

Liczba stron

Format

Cena katalogowa

OPIS KSIĄŻKI

Table of Contents

Preface

Introduction

Artists and Composers – Meanders of an Artistic Path

Walentyna Węgrzyn-Klisowska
Michal Josef Gusikov – the 19th-Century Jewish Xylophone Virtuoso and his European Fame
Tomasz Baranowski
Stefan Askenase as an Outstanding Pianist and Teacher. Sketch for the Artist’s Portrait on the 35th Anniversary of his Death
Ewa Fedyczkowska
The World Career of Mieczysław Horszowski, a Virtuoso from Lviv, and Ambassador of Musical Culture of the Turn of the Century
Joanna Miklaszewska
Piano Miniatures by Ignacy Friedman and Stanisław Lipski – a Comparative Study
Ewa Nidecka
Titurel – a Forgotten Operatic Role. Herman Horner (1892–1942) – an Outstanding Bass-Baritone from Rzeszów
Jolanta Wąsacz-Krztoń
Teresa Arklowa’s Stage Debut and her Performances in the Lviv Theater
Michał Klubiński
The Wolfsthal Musical Family – Between Lviv, Vienna, Berlin and Warsaw
Karol Rzepecki
Galician Threads in the Activity of Józef Wieniawski – a Review of Sources
Anna Pachowicz
Composer, Arranger, Conductor, a Jew from Tarnów – Jerzy Gert (1908–1968)

Determinants of Jewish Identity

Stefan Münch
Music in the Circle of Bobover Hasidim
Sylwia Jakubczyk-Ślęczka
With and Without Jews – On their Role in the Musical Culture of Galicia
Iwona Siedlaczek
Jewish Fiddle Metaphysics not Only in Galicia Culture
Anna Smywińska-Pohl
Philosopher and Violinist. Adolf Billig (1900–1944)
Joanna Cieślik-Klauza
Overview of the Golden Years of Jewish Film in Poland
Agnieszka Jeż
Music and Dance in the Zionist Youth Movement „Akiba” in the Interwar Period
Iryna Bermes
Maximilian Türk’s Concert Bureau in the Musical Life of Lviv in the First Decades of the 20th Century

Skip to content