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philosophy and theory of music in Judaeo-Arabic literature

Eric Werner

philosophy and theory of music in Judaeo-Arabic literature

by Eric Werner

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Published in Cincinnati .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Music theory -- History -- 500-1400.,
  • Jews -- Music -- History and criticism.,
  • Music -- Philosophy and aesthetics.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Eric Werner and Isaiah Sonne.
    ContributionsSonne, Isaiah, 1887-1960.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML162 .W47
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6490227M
    LC Control Number45028951
    OCLC/WorldCa5298687

    Arabic philosophy, orIslamic philosophy, Doctrines of the Arabic philosophers of the 9th–12th century who influenced medieval Scholasticism in Europe. The Arabic tradition combines Aristotelianism and Neoplatonism with other ideas introduced through Islam. Influential thinkers include the Persians al-Kindi, al-Farabi, and Avicenna, as well as the Spaniard Averroës, whose interpretations of. The English-language publication of Judeo-Arabic Literature in Tunisia, – is a welcome step in renewing interest in the field of modern Judeo-Arabic literary studies and moreover in drawing that interest toward Tunisia’s literary contributions in particular The evident collaboration behind this work greatly enriches it, and the volume is simultaneously readable for the.

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Philosophy and theory of music in Judaeo-Arabic literature by Eric Werner Download PDF EPUB FB2

THE PHILOSOPHY AND THEORY OF MUSIC IN JUDAEO-ARABIC LITERATURE ERIC WERNER and ISAIAH SONNE,* Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, O.

I The Position of Music in the Jewish Culture of the Middle Ages. REGRETTABLE as it may be, we know very little about the musical theory and philosophy of the medieval Jewish authors.

THE PHILOSOPHY AND THEORY OF MUSIC IN JUDAEO-ARABIC LITERATURE {Continued from Vol. XVI, p. ) ERIC WERNER and ISAIAH SONNE, Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati. O* THE TEXTS Foreword by Isaiah Sonne Conscious of the necessity of collaboration between the culti vators of the various branches in the vast field of the science of.

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): Descriptive catalogue of manuscripts in libraries of Europe and the U.S.A (Répertoire 5/5(1). JUDEO-ARABIC LITERATURE, written in Arabic by Jews for Jews. It is written in an idiom which is linguistically closer to the spoken form of Arabic than is the idiom used in Muslim literature.

It is written in an idiom which is linguistically closer to the spoken form of Arabic than is the idiom used in Muslim literature. This article from was originally published in small circulation in the Halmos Lecture Series (Tel-Aviv University).

It offers a general outline and reserach trajectory for the study of Judaeo-Arabic literature, including the importance of the. This is a very interesting book; if you are interested in music and now it evolved mathematically; this is a good book.

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These rules are founded in mathematics. This book gives an insight into this in a readable way.3/5(1). View Judæo-Arabic and Judæo-Persian Literature Research Papers on for free. It covers topics ranging from the physics and aesthetics of sound, the nature of music, its place in the total scheme of things and in human life, the relation between music, astronomy, astrology and meteorology, the relation between music and human feelings, character and behavour, to the question of whether a good Muslim should be allowed to listen to music at all, and if so, to which sorts.

Chapter Arabic Literature: Theories of Literary Criticism In this account of the Arab contribution to the theories of literary criticism, the term “Arab” is used in a wide sense to include all the Arabic-speaking peoples, and the writers who used Arabic as their cultural medium, regardless of their racial origins.

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For its use in botany and dendrology, see rhizome. This article needs additional citations for verification. The term ‘Judaeo-Arabic’ refers to a type of Arabic that was used by Jews and was distinct in some way from other types of Arabic.

The Arabic language was used by Jews in Arabia before the rise of Islam. From the point of view of linguistic form, the following characteristic features of written Judaeo-Arabic can be identified: it is written in Hebrew script; it exhibits deviations from Author: Geoffrey Khan.

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Encompassing a history of more than years, the music of the Arabs is unique among the world's various musical cultures. This book presents an overview of Arabic music throughout history and examines the artistic output of contemporary musicians, covering secular and sacred, instrumental and vocal, improvised and composed by: Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.

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