5 edition of Contemporary Israeli music found in the catalog.
Contemporary Israeli music
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||by Zvi Keren ; [music examples drawn by Rodika Dan].|
|LC Classifications||ML345.I8 K5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||296 p. :|
|Number of Pages||296|
|LC Control Number||81119347|
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This book aims at explaining the workings of the major factors which have influenced contemporary Israeli music, such as the music of the Orient, Biblical cantillation and liturgical melodies of various Jewish communities, the Hebrew language, Western music and the Jewish folk tunes from different parts of the by: 4.
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It is nothing less than an archive of the Jewish music of a generation (or two). The important works of contemporary composers (Friedman, Klepper, Isaacson, Dropkin, Freedlander, etc.) are scored here along with traditional folk tunes, Chassidic nigunim and popular Israeli music.
The collected songs are indexed by text source and by composer/5(22). Contemporary Israeli Contemporary Israeli music book Its Sources and Stylistic Development.
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