- Wohnstättenname zu mhd. schor, schorre »schroffer Fels, Felszacke; hohes felsiges Ufer«.
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Schorr — ( he. שור) is a surname and may refer to: * Bill Schorr * Daniel Schorr (b.1916), journalist * Friedrich Schorr (1888 1953), Hungarian Austrian chazzan, singer * Gedalia Schorr (1910 1979), rabbi and philosopher * Israel Schorr (1886 1935) Poland … Wikipedia
Schorr — ist der Name von Friedrich Schorr (1888–1953), ungarischer Bass Bariton jüdischer Abstammung Josua Höschel Schorr (auch: Josua Heschel Schorr; 1814–1895), österreichischer Publizist und jüdischer Gelehrter Karl Schorr (* 1924), deutscher… … Deutsch Wikipedia
Schorr — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie des personnes (réelles ou fictives) partageant un même patronyme. Schorr est un nom de famille porté par plusieurs personnalités : Anshel Schorr (1871 1942), compositeur, acteur, parolier et directeur… … Wikipédia en Français
Schorr — Schọrr, Richard, Astronom, * Kassel 20. 8. 1867, ✝ Badgastein 21. 9. 1951; war ab 1919 Professor in Hamburg, 1902 41 Direktor der Hamburger Sternwarte in Bergedorf, arbeitete besonders über Positionsastronomie … Universal-Lexikon
SCHORR, DANIEL — (1916– ), U.S. journalist. Schorr was born in New York City, the son of Russian immigrants. He began his journalistic career at 12 when he came upon a woman who had jumped or fallen from the roof of his Bronx apartment building. After calling the … Encyclopedia of Judaism
SCHORR, JOSHUA HESCHEL — (commonly known as Osias Schorr; 1818–1895), scholar, editor, and second generation Galician Haskalah leader. Born in Brody, Galicia, to a prominent and affluent family, Schorr became a successful merchant, but devoted much of his time to Jewish… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
SCHORR, BARUCH — (1823–1904), cantor and composer. Schorr was born in Lemberg to a ḥasidic family; his musical abilities were recognized early and he served as a meshorer ( singer ) with well known cantors. He officiated in various small communities before… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
SCHORR, MOSES — (Mojżesz; 1874–1941), Polish rabbi and scholar. Schorr, born in Przemysl, Galicia, studied at the Juedisch theologische Lehranstalt and the University of Vienna. In 1899 he became lecturer in Jewish religious subjects at the Jewish Teachers… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
SCHORR, ABRAHAM ḤAYYIM BEN NAPHTALI ẒEVI HIRSCH — (d. 1632), Galician rabbi. It has been assumed that Schorr was of German origin since his father signed himself Hirsch of Alsace, and moses isserles in a responsum (no. 95) wrote to him urging him to remain as a rabbi in Germany. Schorr himself,… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
SCHORR, FRIEDRICH — (1888–1953), bass baritone. Born in Nagyvarád, Hungary, Schorr sang at Graz, Prague, and Cologne, and at the Berlin State Opera (1923–31). In 1938 he emigrated to the United States and sang at the Metropolitan Opera. One of the foremost Wagnerian … Encyclopedia of Judaism