Solomon Sulzer Publishes Schir Zion

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Solomon Sulzer Publishes Schir Zion
Solomon Sulzer, chief cantor in Vienna, published the first of two volumes of his Schir Zion (Song of Zion); the second volume was published in 1865. In these works, Sulzer attempts to create a moderate model of Jewish worship ritual, which addresses the concerns of both reform oriented and conservative rabbis. This model is later called the Vienna model.