ARC MUS 25 - Richard J. Neumann Music Scores, Papers, Audio and Video Recordings
|Title:||Guide to the Richard J. Neumann Music Scores, Papers, Audio and Video Recordings 1948-1997.|
Two moods for piano.
Jewish music guide for teachers.
The Nico Castel Ladino songbook.
A Choral festival.
Board of Jewish Education (New York, N.Y.) Music Dept.
Collectors Guild (Recording label)
|Type of Resource:||mixed material|
|Abstract/Description:||The Richard J. Neumann Music Scores and Papers consists of published and unpublished music scores and recordings, 1948-1997, and programs, libretti, unpublished essays and (two) photos, 1948-1980.|
Richard J. Neumann Music Scores, Papers, Audio and Video Recordings, The Library of the Jewish Theological Seminary, New York, N.Y., ARC.MUS.25, (Box #, Folder #).
Richard J. Neumann (1915-1984) was a composer, conductor and choir leader of Jewish liturgical and modern music in the 20th Century. During the 1950s and 1960s, he directed choirs at the Hillcrest Jewish Center in Long Island, and other synagogues in New York, Newark and Philadelphia. He also founded and led the Queens Interracial Chorus in the 1950s. He arranged and conducted several recordings for the Collectors Guild label, 1961-1964, and was Director of Music Education for the Board of Jewish Education of Greater New York from 1972-1984.
The synagogue music is sung primarily in Hebrew, with some English; Hebrew, Ladino and Yiddish songs; recordings are in English, Hebrew and Ladino; ephemera primarily in English, with some Yiddish and Hebrew.
A portion or all of Richard J. Neumann's papers were donated to the JTS Library by his family not long after his death in 1984.
Neumann, Richard -- Archives
Neumann, Karl, 1891-
Stambler, Benedict, 1903-1967
Helfman, Max -- Manuscripts
Fefer, Itzik, 1900-1952 -- Musical settings
Sandburg, Carl, 1878-1967 -- Musical settings
Kramer, Aaron, 1921-1997 -- Musical settings
Board of Jewish Education (New York, N.Y.). Music Dept.
Collectors Guild (Recording label)
Queens Interracial Chorus (New York, N.Y.)
Synagogue music -- United States
Part songs, Hebrew
Folk songs, Ladino
Folk songs, Hebrew
Folk songs, Yiddish
Folk songs, Yiddish -- Instrumental settings
Folk songs, Hebrew -- Instrumental settings
Folk songs, Ladino -- Instrumental settings
National songs, Israeli
Zionism -- Songs and music
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Songs and music
Warsaw (Poland) -- History -- Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943 -- Songs and music
|Library Classification:||ARC MUS 25|
|Held by:||Library of the Jewish Theological Seminary JT1 ARC 3080 Broadway, New York, NY 10027|
|Shelf locator:||ARC MUS 25|
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Shoṭns fun Ṿarsheṿer geṭo.
, Fefer, Itzik,
|Has Part:||Woodwind quintet.|
|Has Part:||Two moods for piano.|
|Has Part:||Jewish music guide for teachers.|
|Has Part:||The Nico Castel Ladino songbook.|
|Has Part:||A Choral festival.|