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Lot #    34776
Auction End Date    7/17/2012 10:41:00 AM (mm/dd/yyyy)
          
Title Information
Title (English)    Neginot Israel = Synagogen Gesänge : für Solo,
Title (Hebrew)    נגינות ישראל
Author    [Music] Max Goldstein
City    Leipzig
Publisher    Jm Selbstverlage des Compositeurs
Publication Date    19th Cent.
          
Collection Information
Independent Item    This listing is an independent item not part of any collection
          
Description Information
Physical
Description
   Only edition? 17 pp. musical scores, 342:270 mm., light age staining, minor chipping, bound as issued.
          
Paragraph 1    Full title: Neginot Israel = Synagogen Gesänge : für Solo, Soli und Chor mit und ohne Orgelgebleitung.
          
Detailed
Description
   Musical scores for synagogue music for solos and for choirs, with and without organ accompaniment, composed by Max Goldstein. The songs include לכה דודי, מקדש מלך, ואני תפילתי et al.

Max Goldstein was the Obercantor in Steinamanger, a city in Hungary. In 1567 Emperor Maximilian II. granted to the town the privilege of allowing none but Catholics to dwell within its walls; and even in the 17th and 18th centuries, when the municipal authorities rented shops to Jews, the latter were permitted to remain in the town only during the day, and then only without their families. Down to the beginning of the nineteenth century but three or four Jewish families succeeded in taking up a permanent residence there. The members of the little community of Stein-am-Anger, therefore, dwelt not in the town itself, but in the outlying districts (now united into one municipality). They separated in 1830 from the community of Rechnitz (Rohonc), of which they had previously formed a part, and were henceforth known as the community of Szombathely. When the Jews of Hungary were emancipated by the law of 1840, the city was obliged to open its doors to them; but at the beginning of the revolution of 1848 they were not only attacked and plundered, but threatened with expulsion. The authorities interfered, however, and when peace was restored, the community quickly developed. The first Jewish elementary school was founded in 1846, and was organized as a normal school in 1905, with four grades and about 230 pupils. The first synagogue was built by the former lord of the town, Duke Batthyányi, who sold it to the Jews. In 1880 a large temple was built; it is one of the handsomest edifices of its kind in Hungary. The founder of the community and its first rabbi was Ludwig Königsberger (d. 1861). A small Orthodox congregation, numbering about 60 or 70 members, separated from the main body in 1870. According to the 1910 census, 10.1% of the population, 3125 people were Jewish by religion. Between July 4 and 6, 1944, 4228 Jews were deported by the Hungarian authorities from Szombathely to Auschwitz.

          
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   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Szombathely
        
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Listing Classification
Period
19th Century:    Checked
  
Location
Russia-Poland:    Checked
  
Subject
Music:    Checked
  
Characteristic
First Editions:    Checked
Language:    Hebrew
  
Manuscript Type
  
Kind of Judaica