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List of Illustrations Vol 45

<plain_text><page sequence="1">List of Illustrations COVER: The Great Synagogue interior, 1809. Yigdal, from Kol Rinnah v'Todah: Voice of Prayer and Praise, 1899. Dr Jacob Snowman, the Initiation Society's medical officer. Yigdal text in Hebrew, 1776. THE JEWISH "CIRCUMCISION SCANDAL" IN EDWARDIAN BRITAIN Plate i The Chief Rabbi of the British Empire, Dr Hermann Adler, cartoon by "Spy" (Leslie Ward) for Vanity Fair, 1904. Plate 2 Wynne Edwin Baxter (1844-1920), the East London coroner. Plate 3 Dr Jacob Snowman, the Initiation Society's medical officer, "impression" by Sallon. THE SIGNIFICANCE OF MEIER LEON'S YIGDAL MELODY Plate i Richard Brinsley Sheridan, The Duenna, 1775: Mr Leoni and Mrs Mattocks 83 Plate 2 The Great Synagogue: exterior, 1835 85 Plate 3 The Great Synagogue: interior, 1809 85 Plate 4 Yigdal text in Hebrew, 1776 88 Plate 5 Yigdal text in Hebrew and English, 1965 89 Plate 6 The Leoni Yigdal after F. L. Cohen, 1905 91 Plate 7 Idelsohn's table of comparisons for the Yigdal tune, 1929 91 Plate 8 Olivers's A Hymn to the God of Abraham, 1775, title page 93 Plate 9 The God of Abraham Praise (verses 1-6), 1972 94 Plate 10 The God of Abraham Praise (verses 7-10), 1972 94 Plate 11 William Keith, The Airs as Sung at the Jews Synagogue, 1780, title page 95 Plate 12 (i) Three-part arrangement, in Keith's The Airs, 1780 96 Vll</page><page sequence="2">List of Illustrations Plate 13 (ii) Two-part arrangement, in Keith's The Airs, 1780 96 Plate 14 (iii) One-part arrangement, in Keith's The Airs, 1780 97 Plate 15 Yigdal, from Kol Rinnah v'Todah: Voice of Prayer and Praise, 1899 99 Plate 16 Yigdal, from The Music used in the Services of the West London Synagogue of British Jems, 1892 100 Plate 17 Comparison between Jewish and Christian melodies: "Yigdal Elohim Chay" in Kol Rinnah v'Todah, no. 28, and "The God of Abraham Praise" in Hymns Ancient and Modern: Revised, no. 631 101 VUl</page></plain_text>