BEIMEL, JACOB (c. 1875–1944), ḥazzan. Beimel was born in Parichi, Belorussia, where his father was also a cantor; as a child, he sang in Bobruisk and Berdichev. He studied music in Odessa and Berlin, became cantor in Berlin, where he conducted the Mendelssohn Choir, and later served in Copenhagen. In 1915, he went to the U.S. and conducted choral concerts. He held posts in New York and later in Philadelphia. His works and adaptations of synagogue music, his folk songs and ḥasidic melodies, were published in the quarterly Jewish Music Journal (Eng. and Yid., 1934–35), which he edited in the U.S.

Encyclopedia Judaica. 1971.

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