Undzer Pulver

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Published in:Soweṭiš heimland (1968), 12, Seite 122-129
Main Author: Goldblat, M. (Author, VerfasserIn)
Document Type: Online Resource Article
Published: Mosqwe : Soweṭsqi Pisaṭel , 1968
Online Access:kostenfrei
Related Items:Enthalten in: Soweṭiš heimland
Author Notes:Moyshe Goldblat
Notes:Goldblat's essay on the noted Jewish musician, violinist and composer Lev Pulver (1883-1970), begins with the 1020s, in particular with his overture to Goldfaden's "kishefmakhern". The influence of this artist on music and on theatre, his biography, his background as a "poor klezmerl", as well as his amazinly fast career, is described in detail. Pulver's work at the Peterburger Opera house, at the Bolshoi theater in Moscow and as the musical director of the State Jewish Theatre at the GOSET is also further commented.
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