THE ORGAN IN THE SYNAGOGUE. AN INTERESTING CHAPTER IN THE HISTORY OF REFORM JUDAISM IN AMERICA

Elzas Barnett A

Published by No Place (Charleston, SC) , No Publisher (The Author) N.D.
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(1903?). Original Stapled Wrappers. 8vo. 8 pages. 21 cm. Much on Beth Elohim in Charleston, South Carolina, where the question of the organ actually played a role in the formation of the first Reform movement and congregation in america: "In the 1840s there was a major split in Congregation Beth Elohim, which many historians of American Jewish history see as the beginning of the American Reform movement. The conflict began after the introduction of an organ into the synagogue when it was rebuilt following a fire in 1840. The series of conflicts between Reform and Traditionalist elements in Beth Elohim resulted in a complicated dispute [which eventually] resulted in the formation of a new congregation by the more traditional members, known as ‘Shearith Israel.’" (Wikipedia, 2016). Very Good Condition. (amr-45-48). Bookseller Inventory # 34574

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Publisher: No Place (Charleston, SC) , No Publisher (The Author) N.D.

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