Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Here are entered works on the physical format in which short musical compositions, usually for piano or for voice with piano or other chordal instrument, are disseminated. Musical compositions are entered under headings for their form, genre, medium of performance, etc., e.g. Waltzes, Popular music, Piano music.
Found in 49 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This sheet music is for a song titled, "Haintige Chazonim," or in English, "The Cantors of To Day [sic]." The Hebrew charachters throughout the sheet music are Yiddish. On the back of the music are the verses and chorus written out in full. Words and music written by Lipa Feingold. Piano arrangement by Mae Jaffe. Published by Lipa Feingold in 1927. Engraved and printed by Radom & Neidorff, Inc.
Abstract This is the sheet music for a self-described Hebrew Hymn titled, "Hajom Haras Har Hazofim." The transliteration of the title and song is written with Ashkenazi pronunciation. The title, in a standard Hebrew dialect would transliterate to "Hayom Harat Har Hatzofim." At the top of the cover the Hebrew reads (roughly translated), "Anthem to Honor the Opening of the University in Jerusalem." The lyrics to the sheet music are written in transliterated Hebrew. On the back page are the lyrics, written...
Abstract This item is hand-written sheet music, notated by Lipa Feingold. The musical notation is written in pencil. The header information is written in black ink. The top of the page lists that the words are a poem by, "Ch. N. Bialik," and that music is by Lipa Feingold. Copyright is handwritten by Lipa Feingold in 1927.
Abstract This sheet music contains the song, "Ich Vill Zich Nisht Farliben," with words by S. Halpern and music by Lipa Feingold. Published and copyright by S. Halpern and Lipa Feingold, 1941.
Abstract This sheet music contains the song, "Laichterlech Tzvei," with words and music by Lipa Feingold. Piano arrangement by H. Rabinowitz. Copyright 1941 by Lipa Feingold.
Abstract Lamont School of Music was founded in 1924, by Florence Lamont Hinman, and merged with the University of Denver in 1941. Collection contains newspaper clippings, phone lists, posters, brochures, invitations and event advertisements, a file of Music History at DU, meeting minutes, correspondence, publications, accreditation reports, student rosters, memos, handbooks, administrative records, posters, concert programs, tape recordings, photographs, scrapbooks, and the charter for the...
Dates: Other: 1926-2016
Abstract This sheet music contains the song, "Lerent Sich Blofen," with words and music by Lipa Feingold. Piano arrangement by M. Wolf. Published by Lipa Feingold, 1937.
Abstract Lipa Feingold moved to Denver in 1908 with his family and they resided in the city's west Colfax East European Jewish community. Feingold worked as a jeweler, but he composed musical compositions and lyrics in English and Yiddish in his spare time. In 1925 he left Denver for New York City to pursue his musical career in Tin Pan Alley. The collection consists of a number of Feingold's sheet music, bulletins and jewelry patents.
Dates: 1909 - 1942
Abstract A pamphlet titled, "My Daily Thought," with words and music by Lipa Feingold. The pamphlet contians sheet music and a poem. The lyrics for the song are the first stanza of the poem. Published by The L.F. Music Publishing Co. - Denver, Colorado.