Hebrew

Ne'ima (Nagmah) in Medieval Hebrew Literature

Continuing the article on the Term “musiqa” in Yuval I, p. 11-35, this article deals with the term “neima” and its meaning in terms of: Vowel, Tone, Mode- Melody- Tune, Sonority- Tonality, Vocal Note, Accentuation- Accent. The article also deals with the origin of the word.

Material Type: 
Articles in Books
Year: 
1971

Israeli folk music: songs of the early pioneers

Songs for voice and piano, arr. by various composers from Israeli folk songs. With a foreword and an afterword by Philip V. Bohlman. Hebrew words (romanized); Hebrew characters and English translations printed as texts. Includes critical and analytical commentary, as well as bibliographical references.
Contents: Havu L’venim (הבו לבנים) / Kurt Weill
Gam Hayom (גם היום) / Darius Milhaud
Ra’inu Amalenu (ראינו עמלנו) / Arthur Honegger

Material Type: 
Scores
Year: 
1994

Hebrew Notated Manuscript Sources up to Circa 1840: A Descriptive and Thematic Catalogue with a Checklist of Printed Sources

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Analytical catalogue of all musical notations of JM (mostly liturgical) from the Genizah fragments (13th century) to 1840, a date in which printed JM started to appear in growing numbers. Extensive indices allow for the easy retrieval of information including melodies.

 

Material Type: 
Books
Year: 
1989

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