Semitic Music Theory

Book Semitic Music Theory

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Publisher : Lulu.com

ISBN-13 : 0244754764

Page : 84 pages

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This volume analyses eight cuneiform texts of Ancient Near-Eastern Music theory, essential to the understanding of Ancient Semitic Music, to a level never achieved before. The author explains why previous interpretations had been misapprehended because they were analysed with Western musicological methods, and addresses these problems.

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