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Authors: Joseph Darsky (Delray Beach, FL, US) 
Book Description:
After publishing two previous books on Feodor Chaliapin with Nova Science Publishers, Tsar Feodor: Chaliapin in America (2012) and Sex and the Singer: Women in Feodor Chaliapin’s Life (2014), the current work of Darsky concludes his research trilogy about one of the world’s greatest operatic stars; however, this time he examines the life and work of the singer from a completely unexpected angle.

In multiple Russian/Soviet publications, including recollections and critical biographies about Feodor Chaliapin, not a single word accusing him of antisemitism can be found, although such rumors have never stopped circulating. Meanwhile, some predominantly American authors put such accusations in writing while failing to provide any references. Such allegations have been vehemently rejected by Chaliapin’s children in their memoirs and during interviews with the author of this book, stating that several Jews were among Chaliapin’s closest friends and that during his entire life he had helped many others.

It appears that until now, the topic of “Chaliapin and the Jews” has not attracted any scholarly interest, either in Russia or abroad, though there have been several short articles in Russian dedicated mainly to one particular event. This event took place in Soviet Russia in April of 1918, when Chaliapin participated in a so-called Zionist Concert. The story of the performance, after being forgotten for fifty years, was resurrected in an article by Professor Mikhail Goldstein that appeared in a Russian language Israeli periodical. The Professor also called for further searches of unknown and forgotten facts, showing Chaliapin’s amicable attitude toward the Jewish people.

Over twenty years ago, responding to Goldstein’s appeal and keeping in mind the statements of Chaliapin’s children, the author of this book made his first attempt to compile in a Russian essay all the facts that were known to him at that time about Chaliapin’s interactions with Jews. After acquiring additional information, learning and deeply understanding the inner essence and spirit of this great man, the author believes that the time is now ripe to present for the first time ever a book written in English with the most complete picture of Chaliapin’s good deeds, his cordial attitude toward Jews and showing how Jewish influences shaped Chaliapin’s views of life and art. Simultaneously, an effort has been made to expose the absurdity of the statements concerning Chaliapin's purported antisemitism. (Novinka)


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“After reading the manuscript Chaliapin and the Jews by Joseph Darsky, I have found it fascinating and compelling. It is apparent that today no one in the world knows so much about the great Chaliapin as Mr. Darsky, who has presented his exhaustive research most admirably. Our record label, Marston Records, has just produced a thirteen CD set comprising the complete recorded legacy of Chaliapin; in fact, our project could not have been produced without Darsky's generous assistance.” - Ward Marston, Marston Records, President

"Congratulations to Joseph Darsky for this phenomenal book! As a person, who has spent more than 40 years researching the life and career of Fyodor Chaliapin, I would like to emphasize that there are a lot of new and very interesting angles and perspectives in this book. Most importantly, the theme of this book is so brilliantly encapsulated by the author, it will captivate the attention of any reader." - Eleonora Sokolova, Professor, Director of The Chaliapin Memorial Museum in Moscow (retired)

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Table of Contents:
Preface

Acknowledgements

Introduction

Part One. Quasi-Statistical (pp. 1-2)

Chapter 1. Jews in Chaliapin’s Childhood (pp. 3-6)

Chapter 2. Chaliapin and his Jewish Impresarios (pp. 7-42)

Chapter 3. Singing with the Jews (pp. 43-68)

Chapter 4. Working with “Non-Singing” Jews (pp. 69-92)

Chapter 5. Bonds with Jewish and Russian Painters and Sculptors (p. 93-106)

Chapter 6. Bonds with Russian and Jewish Literati (pp. 107-124)

Chapter 7. Bonds with Jewish Musicians (pp. 125-138)

Chapter 8. Chaliapin and his Jewish Accompanists (pp. 139-148)

Chapter 9. Other Jewish Connections (pp. 149-162)

Part Two. Judeophilia? (pp. 163-164)

Chapter 10. “Dear Isaychik – My Gray Bunny!” (pp. 165-180)

Chapter 11. Chaliapin and Mikhail Volkenstein (pp. 181-186)

Chapter 12. Chaliapin the Zionist (pp. 187-206)

References (pp. 207-212)

Personalia (pp. 213-242)

Illustration Plates (pp. 243-276)

Index of Names (pp. 277)

Total Pages: 285

   Series:
      Fine Arts, Music and Literature
   Binding: Softcover
   Pub. Date: 2017 – 3rd Quarter
   ISBN: 978-1-53612-368-5
   Status: AV
  
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AP At Press
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