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Edwin Seroussi, Joachim Braun, Eliyahu Schleifer, Uri Sharvit, Sara Manasseh, Theodore Levin, Tang Yating, Kay Kaufman Shelemay, Jehoash Hirshberg, Philip V. Bohlman, Israel J. Katz, Bret Werb, Walter Zev Feldman, Don Harrán, Alexander Knapp, David Bloch, and Emily Thwaite

klezmer violinist Wolf Kostakowsky published a major commercial collection of dance repertory in 1916. Between roughly 1912 and 1929 American record companies issued a large number of klezmer recordings featuring large ensembles, clarinetists or violinists. A more purely American klezmer repertory was issued in the 1940s and 1950s. Previously unknown repertory is emerging from older Jewish musicians from the former Soviet Union. Certain ḥasidic groups in Israel and America still preserve some of their instrumental traditions; several ḥasidic vocal repertories

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Richard Henninger

revised by Elaine Keillor

Interlude in an Artist’s Life, 1943 Our Canada (Music for Radio no.1), 1943 Divertimento no.1, fl, str, 1946 Edge of the World (Music for Radio no.2), 1946 Divertimento no.2, ob, str, 1948 Red Ear of Corn (ballet), 1949 Round Dance, band, 1950 Vn Conc., 1951–4 Sym. Ode, 1958 Divertimento no.3, bn, str, 1960 Divertimento no.5, tpt, trbn, wind, 1961 Pf Conc., 1966 Harp Conc., 1967 Divertimento no.4, cl, str, 1968 Dummiyah (Silence),