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Brockhaus, the noted publisher; in this he was aided by his son, GEORG BENJAMIN (1794–1874), professor of geography at Bonn University. Joseph himself contributed to this project, for which he wrote his father’s biography. Of Joseph’s sons, Georg Benjamin was baptized; ALEXANDER (1798–1871), head of the bank, remained a Jew. Through social contacts with the *Hohenzollerns, Joseph’s grandson FRANZ (1829–1889) and Abraham’s grandson ERNST (1846–1909) were elevated to the hereditary nobility. In 1804, Abraham married Leah Salomon, granddaughter of Daniel *Itzig, and thereby became a naturalized Prussian citizen, ahead of the bulk of his coreligionists.
Horton, Chamber Music of Mendelssohn (1946); F. Mendelssohn, Letters, ed. by G. Selden-Goth (1945); J. Petitpierre, Romance of the Mendelssohns (1948); P. , 1954, 19672); E. Werner, Mendelssohn: A New Image of the Composer and his Age (1963); J. Werner, Felix and Fanny Mendelssohn, in: Music and Letters, 28 (Oct. 1947), 303–38; P. V. [Dika Newlin] MENDELSSOHN, HEINRICH (1910–2002), Israeli zoologist. Mendelssohn was born in Berlin and studied zoology there at the Humboldt University. He immigrated to Ereẓ Israel in 1933, continuing his studies at the Hebrew University.
Mendelssohn, moses Fanny Caecile (Zipporah) *Mendelssohn (1805–1847) was unusually close to her brother Felix, and her marriage to the painter Wilhelm Hensel in 1829 did not weaken this bond. Felix relied upon her musical taste and advice, and six of her songs which were published along with his (without identification) are stylistically indistinguishable from his work. Under her own name, she published four books of piano pieces, two books of solo songs, and one book of part-songs. After her death, a few more piano pieces, some songs, and a piano trio in D major were published.
Encyclopaedia Judaica Volume 14 (Mel-Nas) by Fred Skolnik