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Jt) Ario S Hyams

Published by New York; Rabbinical Assembly Of America (1951)

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From: Dan Wyman Books, LLC (Brooklyn, NY, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: New York; Rabbinical Assembly Of America, 1951. Original wraps. 4to. 12 pages. 28 cm. First edition. Words in transliterated Hebrew. Psalm CXI: dedicated to the fiftieth jubilee of the Rabbinical Assembly of America: for Jubilee Sabbath January 5 and 6, 1951 Tebet 28, 5711: for choir and cantor solo (baritone or tenor) . "Rabbi Ario S. Hyams graduated from the City College of New York in 1927, and received rabbinic ordination from The Jewish Theological Seminary in 1931. A chaplain during World War Two, Hyams went on to lead congregations in Somerville, Massachusetts; Lynbrook, New York; Asbury Park and Teaneck, New Jersey, and finally Roslyn Heights, New York, where he led Temple Beth Shalom. Rabbi Hyams held positions as president of the Rabbinical Association of Bergen County, New Jersey, chairman of the Nassau-Suffolk division of the Rabbinical Assembly, and president of the Nassau-Suffolk Association of Rabbis. He was the national chairman of the United Synagogue Commission on Jewish Education, and was its chairman of music in education. A composer, Rabbi Hyams was in 1961 named chairman of the Jewish Welfare Board's National Jewish Music Council. He also held the position of editor of Jewish Music Notes, a supplement to the Jewish Welfare Board Circle, 1955-1962. Hyams was also a lecturer in music at Hofstra University. " (JTS) Subjects: Sabbath - Liturgy. Psalms (Music) - 111th Psalm. Synagogue music - United States. OCLC lists 3 copies. Institutional stamp on front wrap, otherwise fresh. Very good condition. (MUSIC-3-31). Seller Inventory # 33274

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