Asian Music Music in the Ethnic Communities of Israel, 17, 2, Spring, 1986/ Summer, 1986

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Front Matter
Music in the Ethnic Communities of Israel: Introduction, 1-8
Philip V. Bohlman, Mark Slobin
Revitalization of Iraqi-Jewish Instrumental Traditions in Israel: The Persistent Centrality of an Outsider Tradition, 9-31
Esther Warkov
Politics, Ethnic Identity, and Music in Israel: The Case of the Moroccan Bakkashot, 32-45
Edwin Seroussi
Musical Tradition as a Cohesive Force in a Community in Transition: The Case of the Karaites, 46-68
Jehoash Hirshberg
Persian Classical Music in Israel: A Preliminary Report, 69-87
Bruno Nettl, Amnon Shiloah
The Role of Music in the Liturgy of Emigrant Jews from Bombay: The Morning Prayer for the Three Festivals, 88-107
Rina Krut Moskovich
Beracha Zefira - A Case Study of Acculturation in Israeli Song, 108-125
Gila Flam
Diversity within Unity: Stylistic Change and Ethnic Continuity in Israeli Religious Music, 126-146
Uri Sharvit
The Immigrant Composer in Palestine, 1933-1948: Stranger in a Strange Land, 147-167
Philip V. Bohlman
Towards a Study of Israeli Urban Musical Culture: The Case of Kiryat Ono, 168-209
Tova Benski, Joachim Braun, Uri Sharvit
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