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Ephros, Gershon

Published by Bloch Publishing Company, New York (1955)

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From: Bradley Ross Books (Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Bloch Publishing Company, New York, 1955. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Very good blue hardcover. Some sunning to spine. Text clean and unmarked. Book. Seller Inventory # 009029

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Gershon Ephros

Published by Transcontinental Music Publications (1948)

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From: michael diesman (Fresh Meadows, NY, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Transcontinental Music Publications, 1948. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. Not Indicated. Cover has some sunning, otherwise in nice condition. Free end page missing. Seller Inventory # 047388

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Weisser Cantor Samuel (Pilderwasser)

Published by Metro/Shulsinger 1909/1950s? (1909)

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From: Schoen Books (South Deerfield, MA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Metro/Shulsinger 1909/1950s?, 1909. Hardcover. Condition: Good +. 157 pp. filled with music, new covers and endpapers, fep stained and inscribed to Cantor Moshe Wohlberg from Joshua Weisser 1951 Joshua Samuel Weisser was renowned in cantorial circles in America as a cantor, teacher, cantorial critic, and composer of traditional liturgical settings as well as recitatives for student cantors. He was born in Novaya Ushitsa in the Ukraine, and he studied with a number of local cantors in the region. After accepting his first cantorial post in 1909, he became a pupil of Cantor Eliezer Mordecai Gerovitch (1844–1914), one of the most learned and classically oriented cantor-composers in the Russian Empire, whose own music in many ways exemplifies the eastern European modernized khor shul (see David Roitman's biography) in its blend of cantorial tradition and Western musical sophistication.Weisser immigrated to the United States in 1914, where he proceeded to serve several New York synagogues and to establish a coveted reputation as a teacher of cantorial art—at a time when formal cantorial schools had yet to be established. Among his students were many who went on to become internationally famous cantors, including the young Rueben Ticker, who—though he remained a devoted functioning cantor throughout his life—subsequently became known as Richard Tucker, one of the reigning tenors of the Metropolitan Opera, recognized throughout the world as one of the era’s leading operatic virtuosi. Weisser served as general secretary and, eventually, as president of the Jewish Ministers Cantors Association (Hazzanim Farband)—the principal cantorial association at that time in the greater New York area—and acquired the status of a "dean" of cantors in the region. (Neil Levin Milliken Archive). Seller Inventory # 257710

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