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Abraham Adler Amsterdam ancient Arabic artistic Ashkenazic Ashkenazim Babylonian became Biblical Bonafos Cabala called cantillation cantor chanting cheironomy Christian Church composer compositions congregation considered court dancing Diaspora early eighteenth century epoch Exilarch existence famous festival Furthermore German ghetto Hasidic hazzan hazzanim Hebrew hymns Ibid Idelsohn Israel Italian Italy Jewish communities Jewish juglares Jewish music Jewish musicians Jewry Jews Jews lived jongleurs klezmorim later Lekah Dodi Leone Modena literary liturgical magrephah Mantua manuscript medieval melody ment mentioned Middle Ages modern notation Moses musical culture musical practice mysticism neumes niggun Obadiah origin performed play poems poet popular Prague prayers preserved Purim rabbis records religious Renaissance rhythmic Sabbath Salomone Rossi secular Sephardic Simhat Simhat Torah singers singing social Spain Spanish sung synagogue music synagogue songs ta(amim Talmud tion Torah tradition transcription tunes Venetian ghetto Venice vocal voice wedding word written wrote Yiddish zemirot