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Photographs Gallery

 
Family photographs and photographs taken with prominent artists from the Israeli cultural and entertainment milieu from Moshe Wilensky's archive at the Music Department.
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  • Moshe Wilensky's mother, circa 1910 (call no. MUS 069 H1)
  • Moshe Wilensky and his sister as children in Warsaw (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Moshe Wilensky's ID card from Palestine, 1939 (call no. MUS 069 I- 4 [7] )
  • Membership card from the “Eretz Israel Music Players Association”, 1944 (call no. MUS 069 I)
  • Berta Wilensky (call no. MUS 069 E109)
  • Moshe and Berta Wilensky in the 40's, Tel Aviv (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Moshe and Berta Wilensky in the 80's, (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Moshe Wilensky, 1949 (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Moshe Wilensky, New York, 1949 (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Moshe Wilensky (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Moshe Wilensky in the 70's (call no. MUS 069 H4)
  • Moshe Wilensky in the 80's (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Moshe Wilensky in his youth, playing the violin (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Moshe Wilensky by the piano (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Moshe Wilensky by the piano, 1969 (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Moshe Wilensky by the piano (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Moshe Wilensky by the piano (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Moshe Wilensky and friend looking at a musical composition (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • 19. Moshe Wilensky during a recording session at his home (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Moshe Wilensky conducting at the “North Sea Festival” in Belgium, 1964 (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Moshe Wilensky conducting, 1972 (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Moshe Wilensky conducting at Capitol Studio, New York, 1960 (call no. MUS 069 H2)
  • Moshe Wilensky with member of the “Carmon” dance company, 1959 (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Moshe Wilensky conducting an orchestra at a dance recital, 1979 (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Moshe Wilensky (second from left), Shoshana Damari (center), and Yosef Goland (first from right) in the U.S.A. (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Moshe Wilensky (standing on the right) and Shoshana Damari in the recording studio (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Moshe Wilensky and Shoshana Damari in concert (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • • Moshe Wilensky, Shoshana Damari, and Yosef Goland during a radio interview in the U.S.A. (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Moshe Wilensky and Shoshana Damari in concert (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Moshe Wilensky and Shoshana Damari before their concert in the “Beit El Ner Tamid” synagogue in New York, from the New York Times, 1961 (call no. MUS 069 F2, 1950-59 [5])
  • Moshe Wilensky and Shoshana Damari during their tour in South America
  • Moshe Wilensky and Shoshana Damari during their tour in the U.S.A. (call no. MUS 069 H2)
  • Moshe Wilensky (second from right), Chana Robina (behind Wilensky), and members of the “HaMatate” theater , 1948 (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Moshe Wilensky and Palmach members in Ein Hachoresh, 1946 (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Moshe Wilensky (first from right) and Shoshana Damari (third from left) on their way to perform in the Cyprus detention camps, 1948 (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Moshe Wilensky and Mordechai Zeira, 1957
  • Moshe Wilensky with Shoshana Damari and Yafa Yarkoni, Beit HaBima, 1964
  • Moshe Wilensky and the actor and broadcaster Azaria Rappoport (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Moshe Wilensky and Shoshana Damari (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Moshe Wilensky (second from left), Yehoram Gaon (third from left), and Nechama Hendel on a tour abroad (call no. MUS 069 H2)
  • At the “North Sea Festival” in Belgium – a popular music and jazz festival sponsored by the Belgian radio (call no. MUS 069 H2)
  • Moshe Wilensky conducting, 1972 (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Moshe Wilensky conducting at a recording studio (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Moshe Wilensky on a judges committee at a festival in Yehud. By his side is the composer and arranger Shimon Cohen, 1985 (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Moshe Wilensky at a singing club in Kibbutz Dvir with the Hebrew Folksong researcher Nachumi Har-Tzion (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Israel Prize ceremony, 1983 (first row, from left to right: Israel Prize recipients for Hebrew Folksong Moshe Wilensky, Naomi Shemer, and Haim Hefer) (call no. MUS 069 H7)
  • Moshe Wilensky receiving the Israel Prize from President Yitzchak Navon, standing by his side is Minister of Education Zevulun Hammer, sitting is Teddy Kollek, mayor of Jerusalem, 1983 (call no. MUS 069 H1)
  • Recipients of the Israel Prize for Hebrew song (from left to right): Moshe Wilensky, Naomi Shemer, and Haim Hefer, 1983 (call no. MUS 069 H)
  • Shlomo (Chich) Lahat, mayor of Tel-Aviv-Jaffa, presenting Moshe Wilensky with the title “Notable Tel Aviv Personality”, 1986 (call no. MUS 069 H8)
  • “Akum” (Association of Composers, Writers, and Publishers of Israeli Music in Israel) Prize for lifetime achievement is awarded to Moshe Wilensky, sitting on the left is Yitzchak Navon, President, 1986