Vienna: Jews and the City of Music 1870-1938.
New York: Center for Jewish History, Yeshvia University Museum, Jewish Museum Vienna, wolke, Bard College, 2004. Softbound. Quarto, paper covers with flaps, 204 pp., b/w photos, idex of names, selected bibliography, contributors,checklist of theexhibition, lenders to the exhibition, thanks, two CDs in a pocket on the rear cover. Very Good. Item #94221
With the essays, "'I am Lost to the World': Prerequisites for a Music Exhibition," Karl Albrecht-Weinberger, "Foreword," Sylvia Axelrod Herskowitz, "Introduction: Tragedy and Irony of Success: Locating Jews in the Musical Life of Vienna," Leon Botstein, "Vienna: Jews and the City of Music: The Dramaturgy of an Exhibition," Werner Hanak, "Jewish Families, Compors, and Musicians of Vienna in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century," Otto Biba, "Jewish Liturgical Musicin Vienna: A Mirrorof Cultural Diversity," Tina Früauf, "An Endgame's 'Dramatis personae': Jewish Popular Music in the PublicSpaces of the Habsburg Monarchy," Philip V. Bohlman, "'Ei singendes, klingendes Märchen': The Glorification of Vienna in Works by Jewish Composers and Librettists of Operetta," Sara Trampuz, Wolfgang Dosch, "Grüß mir mein Wien': Chalres Kalman in Conversation," Trampuz, Dosch, "Women and the Musical Aesthetics of the Bourgeoisie," Elisabeth Derow-Turnauer, "Erica Morini - A Tentative Approach," Elena Ostleitner, "Vienna's Musical Life Between the Wars," Hartmut Krones, "Between Modernism and Entertainment: The Musical Axix Vienna - Berlin," Albrecht Dümling, "Cultivating Perception: The Orpheus Trust - A Non-Profit Organization Dedicted to Researching, Documenting, and Promoting the Awareness of Persecuted and Exiled Music and Musicians," Primavera Gruber, "Leoanrd Bernstein in Vienna," Michael P. Steinberg, "quasi una fantasia - The CDs," Michael Haas.