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Author Glazerson, Matityahu.

Title Music and Kabbalah / Mattityahu Glazerson.

Published Northvale, N.J. : Jason Aronson, [1997]
©1997

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 UniM Southbank  780.029616 GLAZ    AVAILABLE
Uniform title Musiḳah ṿe-ḳabalah. English
Physical description xii, 109 pages ; 23 cm
Notes Originally published: Music and Kabbala. Jerusalem : M. Glazerson, 1988.
Includes index.
Contents Pt. 1. The Musical Scale. 1. The Seven-letter Cycle. 2. The Hebrew Vowels. 3. Relationship Between the Higher and Lower Octaves. 4. The Supernatural Scale. 5. The Reason for Four Scales. 6. Elaboration of the First Scale. 7. Elaboration of the Second Scale. 8. Elaboration of the Third Scale -- Pt. 2. Musical Terminology. 1. Introduction. 2. The Simple Tune. 3. Harmony, Beauty, and Power. 4. The Poetic Song. 5. The Meaning of Song. 6. The Melody. 7. Praise for the Natural and Miraculous. 8. Song and Eternity. 9. The Uniqueness of Voice. 10. Expressions of Joy -- Pt. 3. The Musical Instruments. 1. Introduction. 2. The Shofar. 3. The Nevel. 4. The Kinor. 5. The Combination of Shofar, Nevel, and Kinor. 6. The Toph. 7. The Machol. 8. The Minim. 9. The Ugav. 10. The Tziltzelei Shama and the Tziltzelei Teruah.
Summary Music is an intrinsic part of Jewish expression, reaching back to the biblical "Song of the Sea," which appears in Exodus, and the Psalms composed by King David. Employing the tools of Jewish mysticism, Music and Kabbalah examines the spiritual connection between God and music. The holy aspects of the musical scale, musical terminology, and instruments named in the Psalms are deciphered by using the gematria (interpretive numeric value) of their Hebrew names. Rabbi Glazerson employs music as a vehicle with which to teach that "Judaism and the Hebrew language, the holy tongue, are vast and deep, embracing incomprehensible knowledge of every aspect and sphere of life."
Subject Music and Cabala.
ISBN 1568219334 (alk. paper)