This study has a two-fold purpose: the presentation of one kind of examination of a specific musical repertoire in the field of the so-called Israeli folk-song, and the development of a method for examining and defining the style of a large monodic repertoire with the aid of the computer.
Table of Contents:
Nos 1-25: Ballads and narrative songs
26-47: Love songs
48-57: Dance songs
58-68: Courting and wedding songs
69-73: Family songs
78-152: Children's rhymes
153-155: Conscripts' and soldiers' songs
156-159: Artisans' and workmen's songs
160-164: Religious and national songs
167-177: Humorous and satirical songs
178-185: Songs for festivals and holidays
12 Sephardic songs. The book contains songs that were either written, composed, or sung by Yitzhak Eliyahu Navon. Includes words and music. Edited and published by Yitzhak Levi, for the preservation of Sephardi folk music.
A collection of songs edited by the Goldfarb brothers- Israel and Samuel Eliezer. This collection was part of their joint endeavor in the education of the American Jewish youth. Their songsters contained songs suited for public singing, which was asked for by the younger modern generation. This particular songster was prepared for use in Jewish religious schools, and it contains only the words of songs.