[Synagogue music collection, miscellaneous : Park Avenue Synagogue, New York, N.Y. : manuscripts, black-line prints, published item, 1933-1976 / collected, copied, composed or arranged by Cantor David J. Putterman].

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Druckman, Jacob, 1928-1996. [Synagogue music collection, miscellaneous : Park Avenue Synagogue, New York, N.Y. : manuscripts, black-line prints, published item, 1933-1976 / collected, copied, composed or arranged by Cantor David J. Putterman].

[Synagogue music collection, miscellaneous : Park Avenue Synagogue, New York, N.Y. : manuscripts, black-line prints, published item, 1933-1976 / collected, copied, composed or arranged by Cantor David J. Putterman].

15 ms. items + 1 published item ; 28-35 cm.

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