Yuval: Studies of the Jewish Music Research Centre.
by Adler, Israel.
At the Magnes Press, The Hebrew University
Octavo in edgeworn dust jacket, xiv, 252, lx pp., 3 b/w plates, with a 48 pp. stapled paper covered pamphlet in a pocket at the rear. The pamphlet contains "Music Examples," which means all of the music in notation
In collaboration with Hanoch Avenary and Bathja Bayer. Articles are "Le traite anonyme du manuscrit Hebreu 1037 de la Bibliotheque Nationale de Paris," Adler, "La musique juive dans l'Espagne medievale," Higinio Angles, "The Cantorial Fantasia of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries," Hanoch Avenary, "Traces of Jewish Musicans in the Writings of Lomazzo," Moshe Barasch, "The Biblical Nebel," Bathja Bayer, "Nicomaque, Aristote et Terpandre devant la transforamtion de l'heptacorde grec et octocorde," Jacques Chailley, "Remarks Concerning the Use of the Melograph in Ethnomusicalogical Studies," Dalia Cohen and Ruth Kayz, "Vocal Folk-Polyphonies of the Western Orient in Jewish Tradition," Edith Gerson-Kiwi," A la recherche du Tonus Peregrinus dans la tradition musicale juive," Avigdor Herzog and Andre Hadju, "Self-Revelation and the law - Arnold Schoenberg in his Religious Works," Dika Newlin, "Deux Textes arabes inedits sur la musique," Amono Shiloah, "The 'Proclamation Style' in Hebrew Music," Bence. Szabolsci. Articles in Hebrew are "The Term musiqah in Mediaeval Jewish Literature," Nehamia Allony, "The Reading of marka's Poems by the Samaritans on the Sabbath," Shlomo Hoffman.
Condition: Very Good
Book Id: 19022