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About the Archive

The Rachel Galinne Archive is one of more than 250 personal archives of Israeli and Jewish composers world-wide who have composed religious and artistic music as well as Israeli folk songs, found at the National Library. Likewise, the National Library holds personal archives of musicians and musicologists. The archives were donated to the Library by the artists and scholars themselves or by their families. They are kept in the Sound Archives of the National Library in Jerusalem after having undergone preservation and indexing.
The Rachel Galinne Archive  the most comprehensive of the artist's archives was donated to the National Library in 2011. Its call number in the Music Collection and Sound Archives is MUS 253

The Archive includes manuscripts and scores of a great number of her works as well as pictures, letters, documents, articles, concert programs and newspaper clippings. In addition, recordings of her compositions and interviews with the artist can also be found in the Music Collection and Sound Archive of the National Library.