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January 28, 1983 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-01-28

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36 Friday, January 28, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Poster Celebrates Jewish Music Season

NEW YORK — ". . . and
all Israel danced . . . with
all their might — with
songs, lyres, harps, tim-
brels, cymbals and trum-
pets." (I Chronicles).
That is the theme and

Hebrew University has
Einstein was influenced
16,000 students on four by Jewish mathematician
campuses.
Hermann Minkowski.

motif for this year's Jewish
Music Season poster which
inaugurates the 11-week
celebration ofJewish music,
sponsored by JWB's Jewish
Music Council. Jewish
Music Season lasts from

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and diversity of Jewish
music and the important
role it plays in Jewish life
from the haunting melodies

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music."

The
16-by-20-inch
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created by New York ar-
tist Amy Jo Blake.

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In preparation for the
many types of programs and
celebrations that will take
place across the country
during Jewish Music Sea-
son, the JWB Jewish Music
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Jewish music promotion
flyers to Jewish community
centers, synagogues and
libraries nationwide. The
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about the poster as well as a
list ofJewish music publica-
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cluded in a kit which in-
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children's and instrumen-
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from the JWB Jewish Music
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