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Harmonizing the Jewish modes.

Isadore Freed

Harmonizing the Jewish modes.

by Isadore Freed

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Published by Sacred Music Press of the Hebrew Union College, Jewish Institute of Religion in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Harmony.,
  • Musical intervals and scales.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesJewish modes.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsMT50 .F75
    The Physical Object
    Pagination69 p.
    Number of Pages69
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5777678M
    LC Control Number59017137
    OCLC/WorldCa5873189

    Play through all three major modes: Lydian-Ionian-Mixolydian from one root note. Repeat in 12 keys. Play through all four minor-based modes: Dorian-Aeolian-Phrygian-Locrian from one root note. Repeat in 12 keys. Play all seven major modes in the order presented at the start of this lesson from one root note. Repeat in all 12 keys. This is a 1/2-semester course (6 full sessions). The material covered will be basic harmonization of modal melodies in terms of chord choices, modulations, and harmonic rhythm/speed, with a concentration on harmonizing melodies in the classical liturgical modes (e.g, .

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Isadore Freed is the author of Harmonizing the Jewish Modes ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ) and Masters of Our Day ( avg rating 4/5(1). Freed's primary contribution to scholarly discourse is his book, Harmonizing the Jewish Modes, a theoretical treatise discussing Jewish sacred music in the context of Western European music theory, particularly the synagogue mode and its lack of a strong tonic-dominant relationship.

Jewish liturgical music is characterized by a set of musical modes. The prayer modes form part of what is known as the musical nusach (tradition) of a community, and serve both to identify different types of prayer and to link those prayers to the time of year or even time of day in which they are set.

Various Jewish traditions developed their own modal systems, such as the maqamat of the. For example, it’s common to make the dominant chord major in Aeolian. It is actually relatively uncommon to do that in aeolian.

It is extremely common to do that in your music is modal enough to call it aeolian rather than minor, then you're probably actually using the chords in the aeolian mode, which would include a b7 rather than the raised leading tone of minor.

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Dmitri Shostakovich was deeply influenced by Jewish music as well. This can be seen in many. In the Jewish modes the Te’amim would have a different meaning in the Ahava mode and the Magen Avot mode.

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The Handbook of Jewish Thought, Volume 1 Aryeh Kaplan Reviews: 1.The Circle Progressions. Circle Chord Progressions are progressions where the chords seem to naturally follow on from one another. You will find the following 2 circle progressions really useful. Have a listen to the audio examples for each (again, each recording contains an example in a major key followed by an example in a minor key).