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'We have klezmer news and the latest reviews. For new musicians, we've added a FAQ on 'Essential klezmer repertoire' culled from the Jewish-music mailing list.' Locate ongoing and single events through the calendar; also find information about and related links to bands, sheet music, record labels, instruments, and more.
The Chassidic Jazz Project is dedicated to bringing the music of the Jewish people to a larger audience by using jazz as a vehicle for musical expression, performing Chassidic melodies set to jazz arrangements. The liturgical origin of the group's material is clearly different from klezmer music. Click on the 'hear music' link on the site to download Real Audio or MP3 clips.
More than 7,000 digitized tracks from LP and 78 r.p.m. recordings, covering more than 80 years and a vast range of material. Primarily music; some spoken-word material. Login and Flash Player required. Also: information on some performers and labels, and downloadable cover art. Florida Atlantic University Libraries.
English translations and Hebrew transliterations (and some sound clips) of the Psalms, Jewish festival music, and other lyrics for Hebrew songs. There are links to Israeli singers and musicians and dance sites, plus a noticeboard for comments and requests.
The only academic institution in the world fully dedicated to the documentation, research and publication of scholarly materials about Jewish music. The main task of the JMRC consists on collecting and studying all documents pertaining to the musical traditions and the musical life of Jewish communities, past and present. The work of the JMRC encompasses two main areas: ethnomusicology, which deals with Jewish oral traditions, and historically-oriented research based on written documentation.
The purpose of this site is 'to provide an online forum for academic, organizational, and individual activities in Jewish music.' This searchable site includes annotated links to Web resources (browsable by topic or title) and a guide to scholarly research in Jewish music. From Judith Shira Pinnolis, a librarian at Brandeis University.
Chabad's answer to Eminem - this young man formerly known as Matthew Miller offers an interesting fusion of orthodox Judaism and classic reggae music. [A live performance by Matisyahu on ABC TV can also be seen at: http://www.wimp.com/jewish/ ].
From the Jewish Theological Seminary Library, whose mission is to collect, preserve, and make available materials that tell, play, and sing the history of the music of the Jewish people, this site includes finding aids to numerous music collections at JTS.
This site seeks 'to comprehensively document the entire history of recorded Sephardic music worldwide' through discographies, artist biographies, a discussion of repertoire and performance practice, and many sound files.