Association for Jewish studies 1998- 23(1) by Nelson, M

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Herzl Shmueli, "Higgayonbekhinnor":Betrachtungenzum Leierspieldes Jehuda ... Moscato(Tel-Aviv:Neografika,1953). For messianicechoes in LeonModena'streatment of artmusic,see below. 61. "Nonpossonotoccar,ne maneggiarcosa di peso, ne instrumentid'arti... 7),p. 57. 62. Al fin del che gettanodel vino per terra,per segno d'allegrezza,et alcuniusano dir qualchecanto,o verso augurandosipurfelicitA,e buonasortequellasettimana.. " (ibid. 25],p. 63). 63. " (ibid. 4],pp. 85-86). 64. See, for example,Jefim Schirmann,"Hat-te'atron we-ham-musiqabi-sh'khunothayyehudimbe-'Italya"["Theaterand Music in JewishCommunitiesin Italy"],Zion 29 (1964): 61-111 (reprintedin theauthor'scollectedwritings,Mehqarimu-massot["Studiesin theHistory of HebrewPoetryandDrama"],2 vols.

9. Modena's forewordto SalamoneRossi's "Songs of Solomon"(Venice: Pietro and r Lorenzo Bragadini,1622-23, from prefatorymatteron fols. 1-6v): i 3'1 nrlp TK,, a'•Tm authordrawson the Song of Songs 1:17 ("-,n•i atfl iK•n•t nallp,,),Esther3:8 on the of(anr,. and 2:6 Isa. playing double-meaning li), ~'tm,), rmaip ("lp'v ar~•ln "Ilan 11. "'l andIp,,on(sufficed/werecontent). tim, in Gregorianhymns). Still, the text, in readingsof prayersandbiblicalportions,was largelyrecited,while music served,in one or anotherform,for its reinforcement.

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