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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-08

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Friday, May 8, 1981 39

Music Study Club Concert Is Enthralled
by the Talent of Pianist Seymour/ Lipkin

By HELEN KERWIN
In a glowing memorial to
his mother, Seymour Lip-
kin, pianist, gave a magni-
ficent concert in Orchestra
Hall last Sunday at the
Music Study Club of Met-
rOpolitan Detroit's 55th
consecutive Annual Artist
Concert.
It was Lipkin's first De-
troit appearance in almost
20 years. What a pleasure it
was to hear Lipkin again,
and in such form. Techni-
cally superb, Lipkin has the
intellect to conceive and the
musical skill to bring
beauty to the execution of
every phrase. Each com-
poser was interpreted in an
exciting, imaginative style,
yet faithful to the printed
score.
Opening with Chopin's E

Yeshiva U. Prof.
Translates Poem

NEW YORK —, "The
Song of the Murdered
Jewish People," written in
Yiddish by the Polish-
Jewish poet Yitzhak Kat-
zenelson before his death in
Auschwitz and hidden until
the Allied, liberation, has
been translated into
English and annotated by
Dr. Noah H. Rosenbloom,
professor of Hebrew litera-
ture at Yeshiva University.
Katzenelson's poem was
placed in bottles and buried
under a pine tree inside a
Nazi internment camp in
Vittel, France. It remained
hidden until after the war..
Consisting of 15 cantos,
each comprising 15 stanzas,
the poem captures the an-
guish of the foredoomed
Jews of wartime Warsaw.

Jewish Museum
Displays Old
Manuscripts

NEW YORK — "The
Book and its Cover: Manu-
scripts and Bindings of the
12th Through 18th Cen-
turies" is on display at the
Jewish Museum through
Aug. 9. The exhibition corn-
prises 15 rare bindings and
24 Hebrew manuscripts
from the permanent collec-
tion of the Jewish Museum
and the collection of the Li-
brary of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America.
In a related development,
film and television archivist
Fay C. Schreibman has
been „named to head the
newly created National
Jewish Media Archive at
the museum.

Another Faction

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
number of former members
of the now defunct Rafi
party decided to form a new
party — rather than join
Moshe Dayan's Telem
party.
Most of the participants
in this group come from de-
velopment towns. They are
headed by Knesset member
Yitzhak Peretz, chairman of
the Zionist General Coun-
cil.

minor "Prelude" in poig-
nant memory of his mother,
Leah Lipkin, a past
president of both the Music
Study Club and of
Maimonides Women's Aux-
iliary, and a tireless worker
on behalf of the community,
his program proceeded with
Bach's G Major "French
Suite": crisp, clear, with
well-executed embellish-
ments.
The subtleties of
Beethoven's "Appas-
sionata" were so effective
that this "war horse"
came alive. Power, vital-
ity, and breadth were ex-
hibited. The Chopin
"Barcarolle and
"Polonaise," which fol-
lowed, showed the soul of
Chopin and the heart of
Lipkin.
The shimmering of
Ravel's "Ondine" was poe-
tic, showing Lipkin to be a
master of many styles. The
Liszt encore had sweep and
bravura.
Clearly the selection of
pieces had wide audience
appeal and left the concert-
goers eager for the return of

this soloist.
Once a youthfil genius of
promise, he is now a mature
artist of vision, finesse, bril-
liance. Seymour Lipkin is

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to be heard often in our
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