5 edition of Music in Jewish History and Culture (Detroit Monographs in Musicology) (Detroit Monographs in Musicology) found in the catalog.
June 1, 2006 by Harmonie Park Press .
Written in English
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Music in Jewish History and Culture surveys the broad sweep of music among Jews of widely diverse communities, from Biblical times to the modern day. Each chapter focuses on a different Jewish cultural epoch, and, against the background of its principal historical and cultural traits, explores the music and the way it functioned in that by: 4.
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Passport to Jewish music: its history, traditions, and culture. [Irene Heskes] The purpose of this book is to present a survey of Jewish music to illuminate its special role as a mirror of history, tradition, and cultural heritage.
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American Jews have always walked a fine line between retaining Music in Jewish History and Culture book distinctive national identity and assimilating into the broader culture.
Definitions of American Jewish music reflect this delicate balance: The category “American Jewish music” may constitute any music written in America by Jews; music of a particularly religious nature composed for some religious purpose; music that.
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To summarize, Jewish Music is typified by cultural diversity, and draws upon the resources of the many cultures in which Jewish people have lived. The uniqueness of Jewish Music is to be found in the way Jewish musicians have integrated outer influences and new ideas into their traditional framework.
I am a historian of music, and the purpose of this book is to present a survey of Jewish music in order to illuminate its special role as a mirror of history, traditions, and cultural heritage. This volume, therefore, is a purposeful documentary record presenting a survey of a particular form of individual and collective artistic expression, as.
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In reality, this scale is common in many musical cultures: in Arabic and Ottoman music, North and South Indian classical music, Iranian music, Spanish music, and more. The Yiddish name for it is Freygish, the Hebrew name is Ahava Rabbah, and Western music theory labels include “Phrygian Dominant,” “Harmonic Minor Mode 5,” and more.
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A Jewish Orchestra in Nazi Germany is a book filled with the stories of real lives, a collective biography in modern music history that must no longer remain in silence." —Philip V. Bohlman is the Mary Werkman Distinguished Service Professor of the Humanities and of Music at the University of Chicago, and is the author of Jewish Music and.
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