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Jewish Music in Its Historical Development
January 1999 by Reprint Services Corp .
Written in English
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Jewish Music: Its Historical Development. Jewish Music. : Abraham Zebi Idelsohn. Courier Corporation, Jan 1, - Music - pages. 1 Review. In this landmark of musical scholarship, the leading 20th-century authority on Jewish music describes and analyzes its elements and characteristics, and chronicles its development from the earliest 35(1).
However, the book does show its age with the sections covering musical development of the 20th century, so the last hundred years or so of Jewish musical history wont be found in here. Also, Idelsohn shows evident bias in his disc Overall, this is an incredible book that documents the entire history of Jewish music up until the early s5.
Book is first comprehensive history of Jewish music in English. follows its development from the earliest Semitic- Oriental songs to Europeanized snagog and folk music. Elements and characeristics of this music are described and analyzed; Jewish music history is presented as the tonal expression of Judaism and of the Jews.
Jewish music in its historical development by A. Idelsohn,H. Holt and company edition, in EnglishCited by: book Catalog Search. Search the physical and online collections at UW-Madison, UW System libraries, and the Wisconsin Historical Society. Jewish Music in its Historical Development is one of Idelsohn's most widely known works and still a classic in the field of Jewish music.
The objectives, as stated in the preface, are similar to those of his previous works: (1) "to give a description and an analysis of the elements and characteristics of Jewish music, in their historical. Books Magazines Antiquarian Collectible Email to friends Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest - Seller Rating: positive.
In his field-defining book Jewish Music in Its Historical Development, US émigré Abraham Z. Idelsohn largely dismissed the previous American century in a few presumptive sentences: The Jewish settlement in the United States is comparatively very young-all in all somewhat more than two centuries.
His book, Jewish Music in its Historical Development (), a landmark in the field and the jewel in its author's crown, is still widely read and quoted (ten editions and. Reprint of Jewish Music in Its Historical Development, Henry Holt and Company, New York, Liberally illustrating every type of music discussed, the book examines the music as a tonal expression of Judaism, Jewish life and the spiritual aspects of Jewish culture.
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For musicologists, ethnographers, and students of Jewish history and culture, this fascinating book remains the most comprehensive one-volume study of the development and meaning of Jewish music over a thousand years of history5(10).
Liberally illustrating every type of music discussed, the book examines the music as a tonal expression of Judaism, Jewish life and the spiritual aspects of Jewish culture. Reprint of Jewish Music in Its Historical Development, Henry Holt and Company, New York, 5(14).
Welcome to MusicMusic: Its Language History, and Culture. The course has a number of interrelated objectives: 1. To introduce you to works representative of a variety of music traditions. These include the repertoires of Western Europe from the Middle Ages through the present; of the United States, including art music, jazz, folk.
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Ross10(). Idelsohn, Jewish Music in its Historical Development,(New York: Schocken Books, ), In fact, "Mi Sinai" is a technical term to describe a genre of melodies that are considered to be obligatory in the music of traditional Ashkenazic synagogues.
They were created during the four centuries following the Crusades (likely in the Rhineland). This book is a 'non technical' survey intended for laymen and is one of the earliest and most naïve post-Idelsohnian attempts to trace the entirety of Jewish music in a unileniar historical narrative.
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At the moment of Israels birth as a nation - the Exodus from Egypt - the Bible tells us that Moses led the people of Israel in a song of divine praise.
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