Bernstein, Abraham Moshe (1878-1933). Papers

Title: Abraham Moshe Bernstein
Inclusive Dates: 1878-1933
ID: RG 36
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4'; 11 3"lgl; 3 5"ltr
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The collection is arranged as follows: I) Printed Musical Works by A.M. Bernstein (1/1-8/836); II) Musical Manuscripts by A.M. Berstein (8/837-20/2637); III) Works possibly by A.M. Bernstein (21/2638-2687); IV) Fragments & Unidentified Pieces (22/2688-2767y); V) Literary Works by A.M. Bernstein (23/2768-2800); VI) Documents Relating to A.M. Bernstein (23/2801-2802); VII) Choral Volumes & Individual Part Books (24/2803-2819); VIII) Printed Music not by A.M. Bernstein (25/2820-2863s); IX) Musical Manuscripts not by A.M. Bernstein (26/2864-3554a); a) Fragments from Part Books (26/3555-3668); b) Fragments & Unidentified Pieces (26/3826-3983n); Supplement A (27/3984-4223); Supplement B (28/4224-4327); Supplement C (29/4328-30/4529); Addendum (folders 1-20)
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Cantor, choir master, composer of Jewish liturgical and popular music, music teacher, musicologist and writer.  Born in Byelorussia.  Lived in Vilna.
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