Josef Rosenblatt With Choir From 1st. Hungarian Congregation Ohab Zedek - Jehi Rozon (Rosch Chodesch) mp3 album
Josef Rosenblatt With Choir From 1st. Hungarian Congregation Ohab Zedek - Jehi Rozon (Rosch Chodesch) (Shellac, 10").
Quickly lauded as a child prodigy, Rosenblatt's solo career was launched. He accepted his first full-time position in Munkacs, Hungary at the age of eighteen. Shortly afterword he relocated to Bratislava. He later occupied a position in Hamburg, Germany. In 1912 he moved to Harlem to take a position at the Ohab Tsedek orthodox congregation. Rosenblatt's fame extended beyond the Jewish world earning him large concert fees, a singing role in the 1927 film The Jazz Singer, and the sobriquet "The Jewish Caruso". He died on June 19, 1933 in Jerusalem. Cantor Josef Rosenblatt. Masterpieces Of The Synagogue (Album). Josef Rosenblatt With Choir From 1st.
Josef "Yossele" Rosenblatt (. ay 9, 1882 - . une 19, 1933) was a Ukrainian-born chazzan (cantor) and composer. He was regarded as the greatest cantor of his time. He was born on May 9, 1882 in Bila Tserkva, Ukraine, the son of a long line of cantors. Rosenblatt's devoutly religious upbringing prevented him from receiving formal musical training at any of the great academies of his day. He began his career as a member of the local synagogue choir. Quickly lauded as a child prodigy, Rosenblatt's solo career was launched. He accepted his first full-time position in Munkacs,.
Jehi Rozon (Rosch Chodesch). Hungarian Congregation Ohab Zedek. 0 0 0. Los Estudiantes, Frascuelo.
Cantor Josef Rosenblatt was a phenomenon of his time. Deeply religious and observant, his voice was most glorious within the context of the synagogue. Yet, he was acclaimed by Jews and Gentiles alike for his thrilling concert and theatrical performances which were motivated more by financial need than any desire for success. He would have been an unlikely super-star, standing barely more than five feet tall, were it not for his superb coloratura, the sweetness of his timbre, his unique ability to move into falsetto effortlessly, and his incredible vocal range. When he was invited to make a guest appearance at New York’s Congregation Ohab Zedek in 1912 he so impressed the congregation that they offered him a position with the highest salary ever paid to a cantor in the USA. These recordings were produced prior to 1923 and are in the public domain.
Tenor vocal solo, with choir and organ. Connect with the Library.
Ohab Zedek, sometimes abbreviated as OZ, is an Orthodox Jewish synagogue in Manhattan, New York City noted for its lively, youthful congregation. Founded in 1873, it moved to it current location on West 95th Street in 1926. The current clergy are: Rabbi Allen Schwartz, Senior Rabbi. Congregation Ohab Zedek (abbreviated . and formally known as the First Hungarian Congregation Ohab Zedek), was founded in 1873 on the Lower East Side.
As you might remember, GAIA had been seriously fu ed by Rosch with their 5kW Aukw. Dohmen was sweating like crazy when being asked, and his attorney felt the urge to remind the judge regularly that it’s not Rosch who is accused. Earlier this year Rosch applied for a patent for the bubbler (they claimed for years that they have a patented technology, finally they now have at least an application), but they did not apply for an official examination, this has now been done by a third party (which is a very active team from the German allmystery forum).
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- Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Co.
- Directed By [Uncredited] – Herman Wohl
- Organ [Uncredited] – Edward King
NotesBoth sides recorded 19 September 1913 in New York, NY.
Side A matrix no. B-13829-1.
Side B matrix no. B-13833-1.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): H 17449A 1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): O 17449B 1