Musical terms

The Term mûsîqah in Mediaeval Jewish Literature (Hebrew)

Author: 
Nehemia Allony
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Ne'ima (Nagmah) in Medieval Hebrew Literature

Continuing the article on the Term “musiqa” in Yuval I, p. 11-35, this article deals with the term “neima” and its meaning in terms of: Vowel, Tone, Mode- Melody- Tune, Sonority- Tonality, Vocal Note, Accentuation- Accent. The article also deals with the origin of the word.

Material Type: 
Articles in Books
Year: 
1971

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