One of the first attempts to trace the archaeology of the concept of Jewish music in relation to the challenges posed by modernity to traditional Judaism and the emergence of the concept of nation among Jews in Europe.
This is a standard version of the four questions of the Seder, sung in the learning formula of the East European Heder and common among the Hasidim. The first version is in Hebrew only, and the second juxtaposes the Hebrew and the Yiddish versions, phrase by phrase.
Attempts to conceptualize and illustrate the problem of rhythmic structures without a clear beat, that is, structures which are commonly called free or flowing rhythm. A theoretical framework is proposed for the analysis and transcription of such music.