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RE: A Tangent to What is Jewish Music

Ah, but the rub is that the music has made inroads in congregations in the
UK, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, France, Israel and there are a few
international songwriters getting involved, including Israelis (Nomi Teplow,
for example.) We know this because the membership of the discussion group is
international. I can't say that it is "heard much" but it is heard and used
in congregations and at kallot.


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From: owner-jewish-music (at) shamash(dot)org
[mailto:owner-jewish-music (at) shamash(dot)org]On Behalf Of Marvin
Sent: Wednesday, December 29, 1999 5:29 AM
To: World music from a Jewish slant
Subject: Re: A Tangent to What is Jewish Music

If you want to use this name, it should be changed to Contemporary American
Jewish, etc.  Is this music heard very much outside of the U.S.?

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