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New Year

New Year. There are four dates for New Year in the Jewish tradition: 1 Nisan is reckoned as New Year for the religious calendar and for calculating the reigns of Jewish kings; 1 Elul is the New Year for tithing; 1 Tishri: see ROSH HASHANAH; 1 Shevat is the New Year for trees (according to Bet Shammai): see TU BI-SHEVAT.

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New Year

New Year. Opera in 3 acts by Tippett to his own lib. Comp. 1986–8. F.p. Houston 1989, Glyndebourne 1990, BBC TV 1991. Orch. suite, f.p. Cheltenham 1990.

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