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Idelsohn, A. Z. (Abraham Zebi), 1882-1938

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Personal name headingIdelsohn, A. Z. (Abraham Zebi), 1882-1938
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Variant(s)Idelsohn, Abraham Zebi, 1882-1938
אידלזון, אברהם צבי
אידלזון, אברהם צבי, 1882-1938
אידלזון, א. צ. (אברהם צבי), 1882־1938
אידלזון, א. צ. (אברהם צבי), 1938־1882
אידלסון, אברהם צבי, 1882־1938
Cincinnati (Ohio)
Johannesburg (South Africa)
Birth date1882-06-11
Death date1938-08-15
Place of birthJūrkalne (Latvia)
Place of deathJohannesburg (South Africa)
Field of activityJews--Music--History and criticism
AffiliationHebrew Union College
Profession or occupationEthnologists Musicologists Composers College teachers Cantors (Judaism)
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Found inHis Jewish music in its historical development, 1944, c1929: t.p. (A.Z. Idelsohn, professor of Jewish music, Hebrew Union College)
LC in RLIN, 3-9-88 (hdg.: Idelsohn, Abraham Zebi, 1882-1938; usage: A.Z. Idelsohn)
Wikipedia, December 6, 2013 (Abraham Zevi Idelsohn; Avrohom Tzvi Idelsohn in Ashkenazi Hebrew; middle name also rendered Tzvi, Zvi, Zwi, or Zebi; born July 14, 1882, Feliksberg, Latvia, died August 14, 1938, Johannesburg, South Africa; Jewish ethnologist, musicologist, and composer; professor of Jewish music at Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati; trained as a cantor)
Grove music online, December 6, 2013 (Idelsohn, Abraham Zvi; born June 11, 1882, Filzburg, near Libau (now Liepāja, Latvia), died August 15, 1938, Johannesburg; Jewish cantor and musicologist of Russian birth; wrote prolifically on the history and liturgy of Jewish music; composed several complete synagogue services; lived in Jerusalem 1906-1921, Cincinnati, 1922-1930; appointed professor of Jewish music and liturgy at the Hebrew Union College in 1924; moved to Johannesburg in 1937; lists writings in German, Hebrew, and English)
Associated languageger heb eng