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Karniol, Alter Yechiel, 1855-1928

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    • Karniol, Yechiel, 1855-1928
    • Karniol, Alter Yehiel, 1855-1928
    • Karniol, Alter Yechiel, 1855-1929
    • Karniol, Alter Yehiel, 1855-1929
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    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1855
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1928
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1929Encyclopedia JudaicaJewish virtual library, October 15, 2017Jewish Music Research Centre website, October 15, 2017
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    • Birth Place

        (naf) Działoszyce (Poland)
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        (naf) Poland
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        (naf) Hungary
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        (naf) United States
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        (naf) Hungary
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        (naf) New York (N.Y.)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Odesa (Ukraine)
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    • found: A concert with the great cantors. Volume 2 [SR] 1963:container (Yechiel Karniol)
    • found: OCLC database, Feb. 20, 2001(hdg: Karniol, Alter Yechiel, 1855-1928)
    • found: Mysteries of the Sabbath [SR] p1994:insert (Karniol, Alter Yechiel; b. 1855, Kielce region, Poland, d. 1928)
    • found: Enc. Judaica(Karniol, Alter Yehiel; b. 1855, Dzialoszyce, Kielce province, Poland, d. 1929; ḥazzan)
    • found: Ashirah na li-yedidi, p2004:container (Alter Yeḥiʼel Ḳarniʼol; Alter Yehiel Karniol [in rom.])
    • found: Jewish virtual library, via WWW, October 15, 2017(Karniol, Alter Yehiel (1855-1929), ḥazzan. Born in 1855 in Dzialoszyce, Kielce province, Poland, he sang with several ḥazzanim in Hungary and then officiated in various congregations. In 1886 he was appointed ḥazzan for life by the congregation of Pecs, in Hungary, but resigned after seven years to go to the Ohab Zedek synagogue of New York. In 1898 he returned to Russia as ḥazzan of the Great Synagogue of Odessa. He refused then an invitation to join the Odessa Opera. When the pogroms broke out in 1905 he returned to the United States and was ultimately re-engaged as ḥazzan of Ohab Zedek) -
    • found: Jewish Music Research Centre website, October 15, 2017(Alter Yehiel Karniol. Cantor. 1855-1929. Alter Karniol was born in Dzialoszyce, a small province in Poland. He studied under several Hazzanim in Hungary, where he began officiating in a number of local synagogues. He left Hungary for a short while to work at the Ohab Zedek Synagogue in New York, returning to Russia to take a position of chief hazzan at the Great Synagogue in Odessa in 1889. With the onslaught of pogroms in 1905, Karniol left Odessa for New York, where he was re-hired at the Ohab Zedek Synagogue. During his time in New York, Karniol released several recordings of liturgical music and original arrangements of Synagogue melodies) -
    • found: The Jewish music companion, 2002, via Google books, viewed October 15, 2017:page 66 (Alter Yechiel Karniol (1855-1928))
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    • 2001-02-20: new
    • 2017-10-17: revised
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