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Volume VII. Number 1. 5745/1984-85
Israel J. Katz
|Yemenite and Babylonian Elements in the Musical Heritage of the Jews of Cochin, India||Johanna Spector||p.1|
|Songs of the Jews on the Island of Djerba. A Comparison between Two Surveys: Hara Sghira (1929) and Hara Kebira (1976)||Ruth Francis Davis||p.23|
|The Resurgence of Jewish Musical Life in an Urban German Community: Mannheim on the Eve of World War II||Philip V. Bohlman||p.34|
|Felix Mendelssohn's Commissioned Composition for the Hamburg Temple: The 100th Psalm (1844)||Eric Werner||p.54|
|Another Anthology of Sephardic Folksongs (A Review Essay)||Samuel G. Armistead, Israel J. Katz, and Joseph H. Silverman||p.58|
|Contributors of Articles and Reviews||p.75|
|Programs Presented by the ASJM (1984-85)||p.77|
|Listing of Recent Publications and Recordings||p.79|
|ASJM Membership List||p.85|
|Contributors in Past Issues of Musica Judaica||p.97|
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