Thursday, August 27, 2015

An offered bibliography on the accents

Argument? nope - Read this book? - nope - read all these books then come back and talk to me.

Such an advisor I have. At age nearly 70, have I time?  We'll see - so I keep the list for reference.

All I can offer you - a bibliography. 

This list is not complete. You can take a lot more literature in Hebrew. 
There are two books on computer technology and teamim below the list. 
At the bottom are the work of scientists like Vantoura, - she is not the only one. 

Avenary, Hanoch. The Ashkenazi Tradition of Biblical Chant between 1500 and 1900: Documentation and Musical Analysis. Tel-Aviv: Tel-Aviv University; the Council for Culture & Art, 1978. 87 p. 
de Balmes, Abraham ben Meir. Peculium Abrae : Grammatica Hebraea vna cum Latino. Venetijs : In aedibus Danielis Bo[m]bergi, 1523. IV, 638 p. 
Ben-Zeev, Yehuda Leib. Talmud loshn ivri. Breslau: Grassische Stadt-Buchdruckerey, 1796. 292 р. 
Berliner, Abraham. Beiträgezur hebräischen Grammatik in Talmud und Midrasch. Berlin: M. Driesner, 1879. 59 z. 
Binder, Abraham Wolf. Biblical Chant. New York: Sakred Music Press, 1959. 125 p. 
Cohen, Dalia; Herzog, Avigdor; Sharvit, Uri; Weil, Daniel. Characterization of the System of Te'amim in Practice in Light of Theoretical Findings about the Original Performance // Proceedings of the Tenth World Congress of Jewish Studies. Jerusalem: World Union of Jewish Studies, 1990. Div. D, vol. 2. P. 149–156. 
Cohen, Dalia; Weil, Daniel. The Original Performance of the Tiberian Masoretic Accents, a Deductive Approach: 1. The Syntactic Function // Leshoneinu, 1989. P. 1–25. 
Cohen, Dalia; Weil, Daniel. The Scale System and Scale of Tiberian Masoretic Cantillation: Were They Pentatonic? Theoretical Considerations // Orbis Musicae. Vol. 10. 1991. P. 98–117. 
Davis, Arthur. The Hebrew Accents of the Twenty-one Books of the Bible. London, D. Nutt, 1892. VIII, 70 p. 
Delitzsch, Franz. Physiologie und Musik in ihrer Bedeutung für die Grammatik, besonders die hebräische: eine akademische Rede. Leipzig : Dörffling und Franke, 1868. 47 s. 
Dotan, Aron. Prolegomenon. Research in Biblical Accentuation: Background and Trends // Wickes, William; Dotan, Aron. Two Treatises on the Accentuation of the Old Testament. New York, 1970. P. VII–XXXVII. 
Engberg, Sysse Gudrun. Greec ekphonetic neumes and Masoretic Accents // Studies in Eastern Chant. Supplementum Epigraficum Graecum. Amsterdam, 1966, No. I. P. 37–49. 
Jacobson 1992 — Jacobson, Joshua R. Ta'amey Hamikra: a Closer Look // Journal of Sinagogue Music. 1992, vol. XXII, No. 1–2. P. 76–90. 
Jacobson 2005 — Jacobson, Joshua R. Chanting the Hebrew Bible (Student Edition): The Complete Guide to the Art of Cantillation. Philadelphia: Jewish Publications Society, 2005. 300 p. 
Joosten, Jan. The Tiberian vocalization and the edition of the Hebrew Bible Text. To be published by Innocent Himbaza in a volume in the OBO series. URL:https://www.academia.edu/8502968/The_Tiberian_vocalization_and_the_edition_of_the_Hebrew_Bible_Text
Khan, Geoffrey A. A Short Introduction to the Tiberian Masoretic Bible and its Reading Tradition. Piscataway NJ: Gorgias Press, 2012. 154 p. 
Kircher, Athanasius. Musurgia universalis, sive ars magnæ consoni et dissoni: in 10 libros digesta. Tome I: libros 1–7. Romæ: Franceso Corbelletti, 1650. 71, 37, 79, 52, 204, 128, 188 s. 
Mitchell H. G. The Prose Accents // Journal of Biblical Literature. Vol. 9, № 1, 1890. P. 132–135. 
Mitchell H. G. The Poetical Accents // Journal of Biblical Literature. Vol. 10, № 2, 1891, P. 144–146. 
Portnoy, Marshall; Wolff, Josee. The Art of Torah Cantillation: A Step-By-Step Guide to Chanting. New York: URJ Press, 2000. 96 p. + CD. 
Praetorius 1901 — Praetorius, Franz. Uber Die Herkunft Der Hebraischen Accente. Berlin: Verlag von Reuther & Reichard, 1901. 53 s. 
Price, James D. The syntax of masoretic accents in the Hebrew Bible. Lewiston; New York: Edwin Mellen Press, 1990. 323 p. 
Price, James D. Concordance of the Hebrew Accents in the Hebrew Bible. 5 Vols. Lewiston; New York: Edwin Mellen Press, 1996. 
Price, James D. Exegesis and Pausal Forms with Non-Pausal Accents in the Hebrew Bible. A Paper for Presentation at the Southeastern Regional Meeting of The Evangelical Theological Society. 2006. URL:http://www.jamesdprice.com/images/Pausal_Forms_ETS_paper.pdf 
Reuchlin, Johannes. De accentibus et orthographia linguae Hebraicae: Libri tres. Haguenau, 1518. 176 s. 
Rosenbaum, Samuel. A Guide to Haftarah Chanting. New York: Ktav Publishing House Inc., 1973. 154 p. 
Rosenbaum, Samuel. A Guide to Torah Reading. New York: Ktav Publishing House Inc., 1982. 141 p. 
Rosenbaum, Samuel. A Guide to the Prayer Book for the High Holy Days. 1997. New York: Cantors Assembly, 122 p. 
Rosowsky, S. The Cantillation of the Bible: the Five Books of Moses. New York: The Reconstructionist Press, 1957. 669 p. 
Rubin, Emanuel. Rhythmic and Structural Aspects of the Masoretic Cantillation of the Pentateuch // Proceedings of the Eleventh World Congress of Jewish Studies. Jerusalem: World Union of Jewish Studies, 1994. Division D, Vol, 2. P. 219–226. 
Sefer Diḳduḳe ha-ṭeamim / Hrsg. von. Seligmann Baer; Hermann L Strack. Leipzig : L. Fernau, 1879. 
Seroussi, Edwin. In Search of Jewish Musical Antiquity in the 18th-century Venetian Ghetto: Reconsidering the Hebrew Melodies in Benedetto Marcello’s «Estro Poetico-Armonico» // The Jewish Quarterly Review. 2002, vol. 93, № 1–2. P. 149–200. 
Shiloah, Amnon. Jewish Musical Traditions. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1992. 274 p. 
Smith, John Arthur. Music in Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity. Surrey (England); Burlington (USA): Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2011 г. 294 p. 
Spanier 1927 — Spanier, Artur. Die massoretischen Akzente : eine Darlegung ihres Systems nebst Beiträgen zum Verständnis ihrer Entwicklung. Berlin : Akad.-Verl., 1927. 142 s. 
Spiro, Pinchas. Haftara chanting. New York: The Broad of Jewish education, 1964. 218 p. (Переиздана в 1978 и 1994 гг.). 
Weil, Daniel M. Tentative Reconstruction of Masoretic Cantillation // Proceedings of the Tenth World Congress of Jewish Studies. Jerusalem: World Union of Jewish Studies, 1989. Div. D, vol. 2. P. 157–164. 
Weil, Daniel Meir. The Masoretic Chant of the Hebrew Bible. Jerusalem: Rubin Mass, 1996. 397 p. (English), 31 p. (Hebrew) 
Werner, Eric. A Voice Still Heard: The Sacred Songs of the Ashkenazic Jews. Press University Park and London: The Pennsylvania State University, 1976. XIII, 350 p. 
Wickes, William. Hebrew Accentuation. A Treatise on the Accentuation of the three so-colled Poetical Books of the Old Testament: Psalms, Proverbs and Job. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1881. XII, 120 p. 
Wickes, William. Hebrew Accentuation. A Treatise on the Accentuation of the Twenty one So-colled Prose Books of the Old Testament. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1887. XVI, 156 p. 
Geniza Bible Fragments with Babylonian Massorah and Vocalization / Ed. by Israel Yeivin. 5 vol. Jerusalem: Makor Publishing, 1973. 
Yeivin, Israel. Introduction to the Tiberian Masorah / Translated by E. J. Revell. Scholars Press, 1980. 324 p. 
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Goerwitz, Richard L., III. A New Masoretic “Spell Checker” or A Fast, Practical Method For Checking the Accentual Structure and Integrity Of Tiberian-Pointed Biblical Texts // Studies in Semitic and Afroasiatic Linguistics Presented to Gene B Gragg / Ed. Cynthia L. Miller. Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. 2008. P. 111–122. (Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization. Vol. 60). 
Richter, Helmut. Hebrew Cantillation Marks And Their Encoding. URL: http://www.mechon-mamre.org/c/hr/ 
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Burns, Jeffrey. The Music of the Psalms, Proverbs and Job in the Hebrew Bible. Verlag Otto Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden, 2011. P. XIII, 495 + CD. (Jüdische Musik, 9). 
Büchler, Adolf. Untersuchungen zur Entstehung und Entwicklung der hebräischen Accente. I. Theil: Die Ursprünge der verticalen Bestandtheile in der Accentuation des hebräischen Bibeltextes und ihre masoretische Bedeutung. Wien: Tempsky in Komm., 1891. 182 s. 
Hendel, Russell Jay. Biblical Cantillations // Proceedings of Bridges 2010: Mathermatics, Music, Art, Architecture, Cultire. 2010. P. 299–304. 
de Hoop, Raymond. The System of Masoretic Accentuation and Colometry in the Hebrew Bible. URL:https://www.academia.edu/1468512/The_System_of_the_Masoretic_Accentuation_in_the_Hebrew_Bible 
de Hoop, Raymond. The Te`amim (Masoretic Accents) and the Theory of Relativity. Paper read at the IOMS Munich. 2013. URL: https://www.academia.edu/4763669/The_Teamim_Masoretic_Accents_and_the_Theory_of_Relativity

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