Shabbat

Zemirot Zevulun

Kwartin’s improvisations on traditional synagogue melodies were recorded and transcribed for the three volume collection, Zemirot Zevulun, which was released in two parts; the first two volumes in 1928 and a supplementary volume T’fillot Zevulun in 1938. The collection includes complete musical liturgy for weekday Minchah, Maariv, Kabbalat Shabbat, Shaharit and Musaf.

Material Type: 
Scores
Year: 
1928

Zimrat Yah, vols. 1 & 2

Author

Liturgic songs consisting of Hebrew, German and English arranged for the Jewish rite with organ accompaniment. Vol. I. comprising the Sabbath Evening and Morning Services, Psalms and Hymns. Vol. II comprising the Services, Psalms and Hymns for the three Festivals, Thanksgiving, Purim and Chanukah.

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Books
Year: 
1871-1886

More Precious Than Pearls: Shbahoth - Songs of Praise in the Jewish-Babylonian tradition for General Use, Sabbaths, Festivals and Life Cycle Events

A compilation of 31 Jewish-Babylonian songs, including Hebrew texts, English translations and transliterations. 17 songs are also performed by the author (voice), Ehsan Alemam ('ud) and Waleed (tar, daff) and appear on the accompanying CD. Includes historical, social and musical background.

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Books
Year: 
2004

The Ancient Melodies of the Liturgy of the Spanish and Portuguese Jews

Author

Synagogue music and hymns, transcribed, arranged and harmonized by Emanuel Abraham Aguilar. Contents: Morning Hymns, Sabbath melodies and Hymns, For Feast of New year and day of Atonement, Festival Hymns, Elegies for the Ninth day of Ab, Occasional Hymns. Preceded by an essay by de Sola, on the history of Spanish Jewish poets and their poetry, as well as the question of survival of ancient tunes and the introduction of new melodies to the concerned poetry (see separated entry).

Material Type: 
Books
Year: 
1857

Musical Notations of Zemirot (Sabbath Table Songs) in an Eighteenth Century Manuscript at the Prague National Library

Co-author

The article describes a manuscript from the Birnbaum Collection which may date from before the middle of the 18th century. Examples of the Zemirot (Shabbat songs) contained in the Ms, are presented alongside their deciphered texts.

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Articles in Journals
Year: 
1998

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