"A unique recording of traditional jewish liturgical music culled from 16th-19th century sources. Musa Antiqua, a noted European ensemble performs the selections accompanied by a variety of early instruments" -- back cover.
Songs of praise Musa Antiqua. .[sound recording]
Musa antiqua [sound recording] : traditional liturgical selections accompained by early instruments
Musa Antiqua (Musical group)
Owings Mills, MD : Tara Music
Musical traditions (Jewish), Ashkenazi
Vay'hi achar had'varim -- Az yashir Moshe -- Y'varech'cha aharoni -- Ki lo na'e -- Adir hu -- Odcha ki anafta -- Adir hu -- Chad gadia -- Ana adonai hoshia na -- Eli tsiyon -- Adon olam -- B'rach Oodi -- Synagogal melody -- Hal'luya -- Shavuot -- Ana B'korenu -- L'cha Oodi.
ויהי אחר הדברים -- אז ישיר משה -- ברכת כהנים -- כי לו נאה -- אדיר הוא -- אודך כי אנפת -- אדיר הוא -- חד גדיא -- אנא השם הושיעה נא -- אלי ציון -- אדון עולם -- ברח דודי -- מחרוזת בית כנסת -- הללויה -- שבועות -- אנא בקראנו -- לכה דודי.
"A unique recording of traditional Jewish liturgical music culled from 16th-19th century sources" -- container.
Milan Tarina: vocals, tarabuke, tabla, cymbal, cortales, triangle, drum psaltery, lute
Valerian Tokár: crwth, rebec, zither, bass recorder, alt cornamuse
Vladimir Rusó: zither, hurdy gurdy, Lyre, bass recorder, psaltery, great harp psaltery, alt viola de gamba, lute.
1 sound disc (57:17 min) : digital
4 3/4 in. + 1 sheet ( p.
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Shirei keneset Yisrael [romanized form] a handbook of synagogue music for congregational singing .[music]
Cohen, Francis L. (Francis Lyon), 1862-1934 editorMusical Notes
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