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Lexicon of Hebrew Musical Terms

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This chapter presents a lexicon of Hebrew musical terms that occur in the book Three Early Modern Hebrew Scholars on the Mysteries of Song. The book talks about Leon Modena who had a keen interest in music, both as practiced in the synagogue and as composed. Coimbran's thesis was that art music, as practiced in the Temple, was a form of rejoicing, but there was no reason for the Jews to rejoice once the sanctuary was ravaged and the Jews were sent into exile.

Keywords: Early Modern Hebrew Scholars; Song

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