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001    24872543 
003    OCoLC 
005    20010919105906.0 
008    911105s1992    miug     b    001 0 eng   
010    91039456 
020    0814322344 (alk. paper) 
040    DLC|beng|erda|cDLC 
049    OLOA 
050 00 ML3195|b.S4 1992 
082 00 781.62/924|220 
092    781.62|bSh 6 
100 1  Shiloah, Amnon.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
       n80104038 
245 10 Jewish musical traditions /|cAmnon Shiloah. 
264  1 Detroit :|bWayne State University Press,|c1992. 
300    274 pages :|bmusic. ;|c25 cm. 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Jewish folklore and anthropology series 
504    Includes bibliographical references (p. 257-264) and 
       index. 
650  0 Jews|xMusic|xHistory and criticism.|0http://id.loc.gov/
       authorities/subjects/sh90002420 
830  0 Jewish folklore and anthropology series.|0http://
       id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n91049260 
970 01 |tPreface|p11 
970 01 |tIntroduction|p13 
970 11 |l1|tIdentity and Character of Jewish Music|p17 
970 12 |tA Musical Tower of Babel|p17 
970 12 |tJewish Identity|p18 
970 12 |tHas All Jewish Music a Common Source?|p21 
970 12 |tThe Antiquity of Oriental Jewry's Musical Traditions|p26
970 11 |l2|tProblems of Methodology in the Study of Jewish Music
       |p35 
970 12 |tThe Sources|p37 
970 12 |tAncient Hebrew Sources|p38 
970 12 |tThe Wonderful Power of Music|p41 
970 12 |tSymbolic Significance of the Halil|p43 
970 12 |tWritings of the Judean Wilderness Sect|p44 
970 12 |tLiterary Evidence|p45 
970 12 |tTravelers Describe a Jewish Wedding in Tangier, Morocco
       |p48 
970 12 |tRomanelli Visits Tangier|p48 
970 12 |tDelacroix Visits Tangier|p51 
970 12 |tAlexandre Dumas in Tangier|p51 
970 12 |tThe Science of Music - Texts from Islamic Countries|p53 
970 12 |tThe Seeker by Shem-Tov ben Yosef ibn Falaqera|p56 
970 12 |tThe Second Period in the History of Texts and Jewish 
       Music|p58 
970 12 |tWritings by Jews in Christian Centers|p60 
970 12 |tMusical Literature in Italy in the Sixteenth-Seventeenth
       Centuries|p60 
970 11 |l3|tMusic and Religion|p65 
970 12 |tAlien Melodies Encroach on the Prayers|p65 
970 12 |tThe Cantor's Role in Integrating New and Alien Music|p67
970 12 |tThe Attitude of Rabbinical Authorities to Alien Melodies
       |p72 
970 12 |tGrief over the Temple's Destruction Rules out Music|p73 
970 12 |tMusic as a Force Evoking Joy|p76 
970 12 |tThe Concept of Music in Religious Doctrine|p77 
970 12 |tThe Origin of Music According to the Homiletic 
       Commentaries|p79 
970 12 |tConceptual Tenets as Mirrored in Reality|p80 
970 12 |tSinging Inside and Outside the Synagogue|p81 
970 12 |tWhat the Melody Expresses|p82 
970 12 |tMusical Instruments|p84 
970 11 |l4|tCantillation|p87 
970 12 |tThe Biblical Accents|p100 
970 12 |tThe Functions of the Biblical Accents|p103 
970 12 |tHow the Tradition of Accented Reading Is Transmitted
       |p104 
970 11 |l5|tThe Piyyut as a Factor in the Development of 
       Synagogal Music|p111 
970 12 |tProsodic and Formal Elements in Ancient and Classical 
       Piyyutim|p113 
970 12 |tQuantitative Meter|p114 
970 12 |tSyllabic Meter|p118 
970 12 |tStrophic Songs|p118 
970 12 |tThe Ashkenazic Piyyut|p121 
970 12 |tIntegration of Melody and Text|p122 
970 12 |tCreativity in the Singing of Piyyutim|p124 
970 12 |tThe Steiger|p126 
970 12 |tWays of Performing the Songs|p127 
970 12 |tResponsorial Singing|p128 
970 11 |l6|tMusic in the World of the Mystic|p131 
970 12 |tMusic and Meditation|p135 
970 12 |tMusic and Prophecy|p135 
970 12 |tMan as Protagonist of the Drama of the Universe|p137 
970 12 |tThe Struggle against Evil Forces and the Realm of 
       Darkness|p139 
970 12 |tThe Shofar|p141 
970 12 |tThe Universal Harmony|p144 
970 12 |tThe Whole Cosmos Sings|p145 
970 12 |tInfluence of Kabbalistic Mystical Theories on Song|p146 
970 12 |tThe Sabbath|p146 
970 12 |tNocturnal Singing|p149 
970 12 |tThe Baqqashot|p150 
970 12 |tSocial Aspects of the Baqqashot|p152 
970 12 |tKabbalistic Symbols and Ideas Penetrate Paraliturgical 
       Song|p154 
970 01 |tSummary|p155 
970 11 |l7|tNon-Synagogal Music - Between Sacred and Secular|p157
970 12 |tSinging in and out of the Synagogue - Basic Distinctions
       |p159 
970 12 |tMusic and Musical Performance|p161 
970 12 |tEvents and Occasions|p162 
970 12 |tEvents Associated with the Jewish Calendar|p162 
970 12 |tGeneral Festive Gatherings|p163 
970 12 |tThe Life Cycle|p170 
970 12 |tDistinctive Traits of Women's Singing|p178 
970 12 |tThe Characteristics of Women's Songs|p179 
970 11 |l8|tFolk Creativity and Performance Practice|p181 
970 12 |tHow Is Creativity in Unwritten Songs Expressed?|p183 
970 12 |tThe Yemenite Diwan|p186 
970 12 |tRepertoire of Ballads and Judeo-Spanish Songs|p189 
970 12 |tThe Hasidic Niggun|p196 
970 12 |tJewish Musical Ensembles|p200 
970 11 |l9|tThe Dance|p209 
970 12 |tDance in Ancient Israel|p209 
970 12 |tDance in the Jewish Diaspora|p211 
970 12 |tRabbinical Attitude toward Dance|p212 
970 12 |tSelected Dance Traditions|p213 
970 12 |tThe Dance in Modern Israel|p217 
970 12 |tEthnic Dance in Israel Today|p220 
970 11 |l10|tLooking Backward and Forward|p223 
970 12 |tContinuity and Change|p226 
970 12 |tA Convergence of Divergent Outlooks|p227 
970 12 |tThe Quest for National Identity and Style|p228 
970 12 |tOriental Musicians' Part in Elaborating the New Style
       |p230 
970 12 |tThe Emergence of Ethnicity|p231 
970 12 |tDirections of Change in Ethnic Music: A Typology of 
       Stylistic Dynamics|p233 
970 01 |tEpilogue|p241 
970 01 |tNotes|p243 
970 01 |tBibliography|p257 
970 01 |tIndex|p265 
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