New Volume of the Journal of Jewish Music and Liturgy Released

Jul 8, 2004 — Volume 26 of the Journal of Jewish Music and Liturgy has been published and is available for purchase, announced Cantor Bernard Beer, director of the Philip and Sarah Belz School of Jewish Music. Both religious and secular scholars and musicologists worldwide consider the publication, edited by Macy Nulman, former Belz School director, as one of the few qualitative works on Jewish music and liturgy.

The current issue includes the following articles: “Psalm Nineteen: Its Coherence and Message” and “The Interrelation of Nature and Torah in Jewish Liturgy and Thought,” by Rabbi Dr. Zvi A. Yehuda; “The Potentially Transformational and Special Role of the Music Teacher as Life Coach,” by Shoshana Auerbach; “Commentary Yakhin Halashon on Siddur Avodat Yisrael- Part 2,” by Rabbi Dr. Menachem Raab; and “The Voice of Jerusalem and Zion in Our Daily Prayer Service,” by Macy Nulman.

The journal can be purchased from the Belz School, part of Yeshiva University’s affiliated Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, for $10. Please call 212-960-5353 or email for more information.

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