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Sound and Performance
in Mediaeval Hebrew Poetry




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This page contains three short Hebrew papers on Mediaeval Hebrew poetry: my work in progress "How can one perform metered Mediaeval Hebrew Poems", and two excerpts relevant to it from my 1969 book Studies in Mediaeval Hebrew Poetry, Tel Aviv: Daga, as well as a page with links to the sound files, for the benefit of readers of a hard copy.





            How Can One Perform Metered Mediaeval Hebrew Poems


            The Musicality of Shlomo Ibn Gabirol's poem "Shefal Ruakh"


            Tendencies in the haMerube Metre


            Sound Files for the Paper "How Can One Perform Metered Mediaeval Hebrew Poems"



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