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Harry Coopersmith

Harry Coopersmith

Harry Coopersmith (b. Russia, 2 December 1902; d. Santa Barbara, California, 31 December 1975) was a pioneer in the dissemination of Jewish music in America. Coopersmith studied music education at Teachers’ College, Columbia University (BS, 1924; MA, 1933). He was music director at the Chicago Bureau of Jewish Education (1926-1940) and the Anshe Emet Synagogue.

תפלות ושירים | Songs of My People, compiled and edited by Harry Coopersmith with Prayers & Readings, selected and arranged by Rabbi Solomon Goldman (1938)

Contributed on: 09 Nov 2019 by Aharon N. Varady (digital imaging and document preparation) | Solomon Goldman | Harry Coopersmith |

Rabbi Solomon Goldman’s collection of prayers and readings including a siddur for Sabbath and Festivals accompanying a songster compiled by Harry Coopersmith. . . .

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