Hebrew music

Hebrew music:

see Jewish liturgical musicJewish liturgical music,
the music used in the religious services of the Jews.

The Bible and the Talmud record that spontaneous music making was common among the ancient Jews on all important occasions, religious and secular. Hebrew music was both instrumental and vocal.
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The band presents contemporary, original and traditional Hebrew music, with an international appeal.
TAL KRAVITZ IN CONCERT [classic Hebrew music and ethnic instruments from around the world] May 25, 7pm, Lumiere/hall 11
Visitors of all ages will be transported back in time as they watch more than 100 members of the congregation in period costumes cooking over fire pits and dancing to traditional Hebrew music.
Peter Gradenwitz, the eminent musicologist has described Bloch as "a genius of Hebrew music," (2) but, unlike Jewish composers from Eastern Europe such as Joseph Achron and Joel Engel, whose work was based primarily on Jewish folk elements, Bloch's music emanates from the Western musical tradition.
The DVDs combine colorful imagery of Jewish objects, children, puppets, and nature with fun and familiar Hebrew music that both babies and grownups can enjoy.
It is possible to hear traditional Hebrew music in the synagogues or Greek Orthodox music a matter of minutes a way.
REBBESOUL, a Middle Eastern rock trio that infuses traditional Hebrew music with world-beat energy, will headline a Hanukkah celebration at 8 p.
Fascinated by liturgical dance, she also studied in Oregon with composer Ernest Bloch, an authority on Hebrew music.
OyBaby combines colorful imagery of Jewish objects, children, puppets, and nature with fun and familiar Hebrew music that both babies and grownups can enjoy.