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Jewish Music Final Study Guide 1. Salamone Rossi:      part of mainstream music in Italy (city of Mantua), played  the violin and had a dance band that played at the court of Mantua, wrote  a tune for the Baruchu, wrote a book on synagogue music (madrigal style) 2. Solomon Sulzer:      Vienna, end of 19 th  century, worked with Schubert,  collected piyotim and wrote them down,  first modern cantor  (made it  respectable to be a cantor) 3. Samuel Naumbourg:      Germany, lands job in Paris where the Jewish  community flourished (because the Germans/Russains went there),  heavily influenced by Meyerbeer (operatic inspiration) 4. Jacques-Francois-Fromental Halevy:      (1799 to 1862) German Jew who  went to Paris to take advantage of political empancipation of the Jews  there, most famous piece-  La Juive , made a very clear Jewish statement  during the Haskalah movement,  very famous piece about how Christains  viewed Jews 5. Louis Lewandowski:      Berlin, composer and choir director, wrote reform  music for the synagogue (with organ), wrote music down 6. Mark Warshawsky-      wrote Ofyn Pripatshik (a lullaby), Yiddish, from Russia,  worked with folk songs 7. Abraham Goldfaden:      Yiddish Theater, opera/musicals, from Russia,  founded Yiddish theater with the Broder Singers, wrote song “Rozhinkes  mit mandlen” (Raisens and almonds 8. Richard Wagner:      mid 19 th  century, conductor, city of Riga, felt threatened  by Meyerbeer, an observant Jew, in Paris, denounces him, 1850-51: 
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