Jablonski, Marek (Michael)

(viii) Central and South Asian languages

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(viii) Central and South Asian languages

A.I. Simon: The Songs of the Jews from Cochin and their Historical Significance (Cochin, 1947)

E. Gerson-Kiwi: ‘Wedding Dances and Songs of the Jews of Bokhara’, JIFMC, ii (1950), 17–23

E. Gerson-Kiwi: ‘Vocal and Folk Polyphonies in the Western Orient in Jewish Traditions’, Yuval, no.1 (1968), 196–9

E. Gerson-Kiwi: ‘The Music of the Kurdistani Jews: a Synopsis of their Musical Styles’, Yuval, no.2 (1971), 59–72

L.D. Loeb: ‘The Jewish Musician and the Music of Fars’, AsM, iv/1 (1972), 3–14

J. Spector: ‘Shingli Tunes of the Cochin Jews’, AsM, iii/2 (1972), 23–8

J. Spector: ‘Jewish Songs from Cochin, India with Special Reference to Cantillation and Shingli Tunes’, World Congress of Jewish Studies V: Jerusalem 1969, iv (Jerusalem, 1973), 245–66

P. Squires: Dance and Dance Music of the Iraqi Kurdish Jews in Israel (thesis, UCLA, 1975)

I.J. Ross: Cultural Stability and Change in a Minority Group: a Study of the Liturgical and Folk Songs of the Jews of Cochin, India (diss., Jewish Theological Seminary of America, New York, 1977)

I.J. Ross: ‘Cross-Cultural Dynamics in Musical Traditions: the Music of the Jews of Cochin’, Musica judaica, ii (1977–8), 51–72

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