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A pioneer woman cantor for Reform Judaism. From her struggles in New York to her recording for the soundtrack for The Ten Commandments to her studies in the Cantor's Collegium. In 1971 she won the Saul Silverman Cantorial Award from Los Angeles' Hebrew Union College. Her logo: sostenuto, in music prolonged in time value of tones and allegorically in life to hold on, to reinforce, to prove.
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Her story is one of courage in the face of tremendous resistance.From the Author:
The cantorial period was a once-in-a-lifetime happening, unplanned and unforeseen, but was it predestined? "Why," I ask myself, "would I have been singled out to precede along that path?" Perhaps the answer to my searching is there in Chapter 28 or at the last line of the book...The Chant Is So Magnetic, I can't forget it. Some force has drawn me back to days beyond...(From the CD musical counterpart of the book. Azure/BMI.)
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Book Description Bloch Pub Co, 1997. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0964327309