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Josef Rosenblatt

Joseph "Yossele" Rosenblatt (1882–1933) was perhaps the most famous chazzan, or cantor, of the twentieth century. He was born in the Ukraine and grew up assisting his father in delivering sacred services in the synagogue. He served as a cantor and performed in concerts throughout Eastern Europe before coming to America in 1912. He recorded primarily for Victor Records (between 1913 and 1924) and also recorded for the Edison and Columbia companies. Although he refused invitations to appear on the operatic stage, he continued to concertize after coming to America.

The following recordings featuring Josef Rosenblatt are available in the National Jukebox:

Results: 11-18 of 18
  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Achenu kol beth Israel Tenor vocal solo, with organ, violin, and viola Josef Rosenblatt 1920-11-04
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Umipnu chatuenu Tenor vocal solo, with organ, violin, and viola Josef Rosenblatt 1920-11-04
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Eili, Eili Tenor vocal solo, with instrumental ensemble Josef Rosenblatt 1923-04-04
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Rachem noo Tenor vocal solo, with instrumental ensemble Josef Rosenblatt 1923-10-25
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Rachem noo Tenor vocal solo, with instrumental ensemble Josef Rosenblatt 1923-10-25
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Die Neuer 'Kol Nidre' Tenor vocal solo, with instrumental ensemble Josef Rosenblatt 1923-04-04
Vocalist - Tenor vocal T'ka b'shofar Tenor vocal solo, with instrumental ensemble Josef Rosenblatt 1925-01-08
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Uvyom simchas' chem Tenor vocal solo, with instrumental ensemble Josef Rosenblatt 1925-01-08