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Recorded Sound Archives


Audio Recordings produced from 1900 - Present


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Over 30,000 musical scores and documents dating from the 17th Century to Present



Your favorite place for listening to Jewish music just got better!

 

Now you can listen to your favorite Jewish songs on your i-phone, i-pad, smart phone or other mobile device!


Click here to visit our new mobile device accesible website.


New online registration for JSA Research Station makes it quicker and easier than ever to research and study Jewish music and performers.


This JSA website is merging with the Recorded Sound Archives at FAU website (rsa.fau.edu)


All the music, images and information on this JSA site will also be available on the new RSA website...plus a lot more!


Click here to visit the new RSA website


This JSA website will only be available until January 1, 2015.


After that date you will automatically be transferred to the new RSA website.



Great Cantorial Voices
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Israel Alter  Zvee Aroni David  Bagley Sidor Belarsky Leib Glantz M. Koussevitsky Sawel Kwartin  Dale Lind Benzion Miller    Alberto Mizrahi  Moishe Oysher Israel Rand Josef Rosenblatt Gershon Sirota  Moshe Taube  Louis Danto Liebele Waldman David Werdyger Meyer Kanewsky
Benjamin Siegel Michael Heymann

 

 

 

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 The Judaica Sound Archives is a major center for the collection, preservation and digitization of Judaica audio recordings. The JSA is located in the Wimberly Library on the Boca Raton campus of Florida Atlantic University. 


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