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August 19, 1983 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-08-19

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Jewish Music Library at the
Hebrew Arts School in the
Abraham Goodman House
in Manhattan is being
endowed through a
$500,000 gift, according to
Dr. Tzipora Jochsberger,
founder and director of the
arts school.
The gift was made by Mr.
and Mrs. I. Harvey
Birnbaum in memory of
their son, David,
Jochsberger said. The
Birnbaum Music Library
will be made up of rare
Jewish manuscripts, texts,
records and cassettes
encompassing the range of
music from the pre-
Renaissance through the
twentieth century, making
it a- unique resource in this
country, Jochsberger said.
She said the school was
scheduled to be opened next
spring.
Meanwhile,
Helen
Coates, Leonard Berns-
tein's first music teacher
and later his administrative
associate, announced the
formation of the Leonard
Bernstein Archive at the
Library. Coates will present
the Hebrew Arts School
with original manuscripts
by Bernstein.

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Featured in NY
Museum Exhibit

NEW YORK — "Kings
and Citizens: The History of
the Jews in Denmark
1622-1983," an exhibition
illuminating three cen-
turies of Jewish life in De-
nmark, will open to the pub-
lic at the Jewish Museum on
Oct. 23.
The exhibition, timed to
commemorate the 40th an-
niversary of the rescue of
the Danish Jews, is being
mounted at the invitation of
the Danish Government.
Committee for Cultural Ex-
change, and is affiliated
with "Scandinavia Today,"
an 18-month-long interna-
tional arts festival.
The exhibition will re-
main on view through Feb.
20, 1984, and is then ex-
pected to travel to museums
in Chicago and Washing-
ton, D.C.

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