Jablonski, Marek (Michael)



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H. Avenary: ‘Manginot qedumot le-fizmonim sefaradim’ [Ancient melodies for Sephardic songs], Osar yehudei sefarad, iii (1960), 149–53

A. Lopes Cardozo: ‘The Music of the Sephardim’, The World of the Sephardim, ed. D. de Sola Pool, R. Patai and A. Lopes Cardozo (New York, 1960), 37–71

A. Herzog: The Intonation of the Pentateuch in the Heder of Tunis (Tel-Aviv, 1963)

I. Adler: La pratique musicale savante dans quelques communautés juives en Europe aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles (Paris, 1966)

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M. Gorali: ‘Yesirato ha-piyyutit-musiqalit shel R. Emmanuel Hay Ricchi’ [The poetic and musical works by R. Emmanuel Hay Ricchi], Taslil, vi (1966), 14–20

I. Adler: ‘The Rise of Art Music in the Italian Ghetto’, Jewish Medieval and Renaissance Studies, ed. A. Altmann (Cambridge, MA, 1967), 321–65

Y. Ratzhabi: ‘The Gentile Melody in Song and Piyyut’, Taslil, vi (1967), 8–13 [in Heb.]

H. Avenary: ‘Ha-shir ha-nokhri ke-maqor hashra’ah le-Yisrael Najara’ [The foreign song as a source of inspiration in R. Israel Najara’s poetry], World Congress of Jewish Studies IV: Jerusalem 1965 (Jerusalem, 1968), ii, 383–4

H. Anglès: ‘La musique juive dans l’Espagne médiévale, Yuval, no.1 (Jerusalem, 1968), 48–64

S. Kaludova: ‘Sur la poésie et la musique des Juifs de la peninsule balkanique du 15e à 20e siècle’, Etudes balkaniques, vi (1970), 98–123

H. Avenary: ‘Cantos españoles antigos mencionados en la literature hebrea’, AnM, xxv (1971), 67–79

H. Avenary: Hebrew Hymn Tunes: the Rise and Development of a Musical Tradition over a Span of Eight Centuries (Tel-Aviv, 1971) [in Heb.]

L. Landman: The Cantor: an Historical Perspective: a Study of the Origin, Communal Position and Function of the Hazzan (New York, 1972)

L. Levi: ‘Greece: Musical Traditions of Greece and the Balkans’, Encyclopaedia judaica, ed. C. Roth (Jerusalem, 1971–2/R, 2/1982)



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