Organ culture in Israel and Palestine by Gerard Levi

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  • Organ (Musical instrument) -- Israel.,
  • Organ (Musical instrument) -- Palestine.

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StatementGerard Levi and Sabin Levi ; with a preface by James Louder.
ContributionsLevi, Sabin., Louder, James.
The Physical Object
Pagination144 p. :
Number of Pages144
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19462655M
ISBN 101419610341
ISBN 109781419610349
OCLC/WorldCa70666818

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A short introductory information about organ sources and the development of the organ in ancient Israel. Information about selected organs built in the relatively modern times, with their disposition, building history, and stylistic features. Information about the Israeli organ builders with descriptions of some of their instruments.

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