Music Books at the HMC Library Archive

Music Books at the HMC Library Archive

  • Art, music and education as strategies for survival : Theresienstadt : 1941-45. NY: Herodias; 2001; ISBN: 1 928746 10 1.  Notes: Catalog of an exhibition that opened at the Payne Gallery of Moravian College in February 2000.
  • Bohlman, Philip V. “The Land where two streams flow” : Music in the German Jewish community of Israel. Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press; 1989; ISBN: 0-252-01596-7.
  • —. The World Centre For Jewish Music In Palestine 1936-1940: Jewish musical life on the eve of  World War II. Oxford: Clarendon Press; 1992; ISBN: 0-19-816237-5.
  • Delakova, Katya and Berk, Fred. Jewish folk dance book / music arranged by Sylvia Marshall. NY: National Jewish Welfare Board; 1948.
  • Fenelon, Fania. The Musicians of Auschwitz / Fania Fenelon with Marcelle Routier. London: Michael Joseph; 1977; ISBN: 0 7181 1609 7.
  • Flam, Gila. Singing for survival : Songs of the Lodz Ghetto, 1940-45. Urbana and Chicago: Univ. of Illinois Press; 1992; ISBN: 0 252 01817 6.
  • Galens, Judy. Experiencing the holocaust : Novels, nonfiction books, short stories, poems, plays, films and music. Detroit, Mi.: Thomson Gale; 2003; ISBN: 0 7876 5414 0 (set).  Notes: vols. I and II.
  • Gilbert, Shirli. Music in the holocaust : Confronting life in the Nazi ghettos and camps. NY: Clarendon Press, Oxford; 2005; ISBN: 0 19 927797 4.
  • Golabek, Mona and Cohen, Lee. The Children of Willesden Lane : Beyond the kindertransport : A memoir of music, love and survival. NY: Warner books; 2002; ISBN: 0 446 52781 5.
  • Goldsmith, Martin. The Inextinguishable symphony : A true story of music and love in Nazi Germany. NY: John Wiley and Sons; 2000; ISBN: 0 471 35097 4.
  • Golub, Solomon. Songs = lider = shirim. NY: Metro Music co; 1936.
  • Helfman, Max. Israeli songs : In settings for voice and piano. NY: Brandeis Youth Foundation; n.d.  Notes: (Brandeis camp institute music series)
  • Heskes, Irene and Arthur Wolfson eds. The Historic contribution of Russian Jewry to Jewish music. New York: National Jewish Music Council; 1967.
  • Idelsohn, A. Z. Jewish music in its historical development. NY: Tudor publ. co; 1948.
  • Israeli and Jewish songs and dances : Easy to play piano pieces : With words and chord symbols for guitar and all C instruments / compiled and arranged by Georges Bermont. NY: Clef Music Publ. corp.; 1961.  Notes: Make mine music vol. 2
  • Kaczerginski, Szmerke. Lider fun di ghettos un lagern = Songs of the ghettos and concentration camps. NY: Bicher Farlag; 1948.  Notes: In Yiddish with music appendix with Yiddish transliterated words on sheet music.
  • Kalib, Sholom. The Musical tradition of the Eastern European Synagogue. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse Univ. Press; 2002; ISBN: 0 8156 2927 3.  Notes: (Judaic traditions in literature, music and art)
  • Kalisch, Shoshana. Yes, we sang! : Songs of the ghettos and concentration camps / Shoshana Kalisch with Barbara Meister. NY: Harper & Row; 1985; ISBN: 0 06 015448 9.  Notes:  Yiddish transliterated as well as translated.
  • Karas, Joza. Music in Terezin 1941-1945. NY: Beaufort Books Publ; 1985; ISBN: 0 8253 0287 0.
  • Kon, Henech. 30 songs of the ghetto / music arranged by Henech Kon. NY: Congress for Jewish Culture; 1960.  Notes: Yiddish transliterated into English.
  • Laks, Szymon. Music of another world. Evanston, Illinois: Northwestern University Press; 1989; ISBN: 0810108410.
  • Let’s sing : A collection of Yiddish, English and Hebrew songs. NY: Jewish  Music Alliance; 1956.
  • Mlotek, Eleanor and Gottlieb, Malke, comp. We are here : Songs of the holocaust / compiled by Eleanor Mlotek and Malke Gottlieb. NY: Educational Dept. of the Workmen’s Circle; 1983.
  • Pasternak, Velvel. The Jewish music companion : Historical overview, personalities, annotated folksongs. internet: Tara publications; 2002; ISBN: 1 928918 24 7.  Notes: incl. cd  accompaniment in inside cover
  • Rothmuller, Aron Marko. The Music of the Jews. Cranbury, New Jersey: A.S. Barnes & Company, Inc.; 1967; ISBN: 0 498 04096 8.
  • Schaver, Emma. Songs of the concentration camps / arranged by Lazar Weiner. s.l.: Itzchok-Hendele foundation; 1948.
  • Sendrey, Alfred. Bibliography of Jewish music. New York: Columbia University Press; 1951.
  • Silverman, Jerry. The Undying flame : Ballads and songs of the holocaust. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse Univ. Press; 2002; ISBN: 0 8156 0708 3.  Notes: 110 songs in 16 languages with extensive historical notes, illustrations, piano arrangements, guitar chords, and singable English translations.  Includes a CD of 14 songs.
  • —. The Yiddish song book. NY: Stein and Day; 1983; ISBN: 0 8128 2829 1.  Notes:   Yiddish transliterated as well as translated.
  • Slobin, Mark. Tenement songs : The popular music of the Jewish immigrants. Urbana: Univ. of Illinois press; 1982; ISBN: 0 252 00893 6.
  • Songs never silenced : Based on “lider fun di ghettos un lagern” / ed. and arranged by Velvel Pasternak. Baltimore (?): Tara publications; 2003; ISBN: 1 928918 26.
  • Songs of our people : A collection of Hebrew and Yiddish songs. NY: Farband Book Publ.
  • Szpilman, Wladyslaw. The Pianist : The extraordinary true story of one man’s survival in Warsaw, 1939-1945. NY: Picador USA; 1999; ISBN: 0-312-24415-0.  Notes: Translated.
  • United Jewish Appeal. This shall tell all ages : Art, music and writings of the Holocaust.  United Jewish Appeal.
  • Vinkovetzky, Aharon; Kovner, Abba, and Leichter, Sinai. Anthology of Yiddish folksongs. Jerusalem: Magnes Press; 1983; ISBN: 965 223 447 8.  Notes: vols. I-IV.
  • Yiddish poets in song / Mordecai Yardeini, ed. NY: Jewish Music Alliance; 1966.
  • Zwerin, Mike. La Tristesse de Saint Louis: Jazz under the Nazis. NY: Beech Tree Books, William Morrow; 1987; ISBN: 0 688 06537 6.