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Fonoarkhiv i︠e︡vreĭsʹkoï muzychnoï spadshchyny : kolekt︠s︡ii︠a︡ fonohrafichnykh zapysiv i︠e︡vreĭsʹkoho folʹkloru iz fondiv Instytutu rukopysu : anotovanyĭ kataloh fonot︠s︡ylindriv ta notnykh i tekstovykh rozshyfrovok / L.V. Sholokhova.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: ML156.4.J4 S5 2001

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    Variant Title
    Fonoarkhiv evreĭskogo muzykalʹnogo nasledii︠a︡
    Phonoarchive of Jewish musical heritage
    Фоноархив еврейского музыкального наследия
    Alternative Title
    Фоноархів єврейської музичної спадщини : колекція фонографічних записів єврейського фольклору із фондів Інституту рукопису : анотований каталог фоноциліндрів та нотних і текстових розшифровок / Л.В. Шолохова.
    Sholokhova, L. V. (Li︠u︡dmyla Volodymyrivna) author.
    Kyïv : Nat︠s︡ionalna akademii︠a︡ nauk Ukraïny, Nat︠s︡ionalʹna biblioteka Ukraïny imeni V.I. Vernadsʹkoho, 2001
    Київ : Націонална академія наук України, Національна бібліотека України імені В.І. Вернадського, 2001
    Europe, Eastern
    Eastern Europe
    Other Authors/Editors
    Beregovskiĭ, M. (Moiseĭ), 1892-1961.
    Nat︠s︡ionalʹna biblioteka Ukraïny im. V.I. Vernadsʹkoho.
    Discography of sound recordings of Jewish musical folklore held by the Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine. Collected between 1912 and 1947 in Jewish areas of Ukraine and Belarus, the first recordings were made on ethnographic expeditions initiated by S. An-sky, Julius Engel, and Zinovii Kisselhof under the auspices of the Jewish Historical-Ethnographic Society in Petersburg and the Societies of Jewish Music in Moscow and Petersburg. After World War I the collection was further expanded with material collected by Zinovii Kisselhof between 1922 and 1928. After 1929, Moiseĭ Beregovskiĭ and other Jewish folklorists of the Ethnographic section of the Institute of Jewish Culture of AUAS (NAS) continued collecting until the Institute was abolished in 1949.
    Includes bibliographical references (pages 760-770) and indexes.
    Citations in Ukrainian, Hebrew, Russian and Yiddish; abstracts and introduction in English and Russian.

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    841 pages ; 30 cm

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