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Emanuel Amiran-Pougatchov (1909-1993)

ObituaryEmanuel Amiran-Pougatchov (1909-1993) SAGE Publications, Inc.1994DOI: 10.1177/025576149402400108 Salomé Berger Emanuel Amiran-Pougatchov was the first Inspector of Music at the birth of Israel ~ 1948, a position he held until his retirement in 1975. He was for any years a member of I~I~~°s Board of Directors as well as its Vice-President, and a prodigious composer of songs. Amiran made up his own name which in Hebrew means 'Sing 0 my People', yet he evidently did not want his former family name to be altogether forgotten. Born in Warsaw in 1909, Amiran started his music studies in Moscow where his father had founded the first modern Hebrew school. Because of antisemitic persecution, the family fled to Berlin where Emanuel continued his studies until he went with his family to Palestine. Like most pioneers, Amiran worked by the sweat of his brow, yet managed to combine manual work with music studies. During his first position as music teacher he was in duty bound to do night-watching as well in order to forestall Arab attacks. He eventually taught in schools and seminars, but feeling he needed to delve deeper into composition and music education, he went to study under Sir Granville Bantock http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of Music Education SAGE

Emanuel Amiran-Pougatchov (1909-1993)

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ObituaryEmanuel Amiran-Pougatchov (1909-1993) SAGE Publications, Inc.1994DOI: 10.1177/025576149402400108 Salomé Berger Emanuel Amiran-Pougatchov was the first Inspector of Music at the birth of Israel ~ 1948, a position he held until his retirement in 1975. He was for any years a member of I~I~~°s Board of Directors as well as its Vice-President, and a prodigious composer of songs. Amiran made up his own name which in Hebrew means 'Sing 0 my People', yet he evidently did not want his former family name to be altogether forgotten. Born in Warsaw in 1909, Amiran started his music studies in Moscow where his father had founded the first modern Hebrew school. Because of antisemitic persecution, the family fled to Berlin where Emanuel continued his studies until he went with his family to Palestine. Like most pioneers, Amiran worked by the sweat of his brow, yet managed to combine manual work with music studies. During his first position as music teacher he was in duty bound to do night-watching as well in order to forestall Arab attacks. He eventually taught in schools and seminars, but feeling he needed to delve deeper into composition and music education, he went to study under Sir Granville Bantock
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