Sunday, October 29 and Monday, October 30, 2006
"Beethoven's Quotation of Kol Nidrei? A Circumstantial Case for Sherlock Holmes"
Paul Eisenstein Baker
"Leo Zeitlin and the Early Twentieth Century Society for Jewish Folk Music"
Emily A. Bell
"Revitalizing the Synagogue Ritual: Cantor David Putterman's Annual Service of New Music at New York's Park Avenue Synagogue"
Dan W. Clanton, Jr.
"'From Biblical Times to Lyrical Rhymes': The Assertion of Jewish Identity in Music as Cultural Resistance"
Marsha Bryan Edelman
"What Do You Mean, 'It Doesn't Sound Jewish?': Debunking Myths and Defining Models for Extra-Liturgical Music"
"To Play or Not to Play: Jewish Musicians in Germany After 1945"
Susan M. Filler
"The Music of Yiddish Theater and Its Influence on Broadway"
Rabbi Jonathan Gross
"Make a Note of That: The Importance of Cantilation in Understanding the Torah"
"Musical Notations in the Biblical Book of Psalms"
KEYNOTE-"Jewish Music: What Is That?"
"Public Space and Jewish Music in Renaissance Italy"
Charles Jurgensmeier, SJ
"Solomon Sulzer and Franz Schubert: A Musical Collaboration"
"'It'll Still Take Some Time Until We Will Get Over It': A Field Report from the Klezmer Scene of the New Germany"
Joel E. Rubin
"'They Danced It, We Played It': Adaptation and Revitalization in Post-1920s New York Klezmer Music"