Musica (Latin Wikipedia)

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  • 1. "Mousike," Henry George Liddell et Robert Scott, A Greek-English Lexicon, apud Perseum.

  • 8. Anglice "While Genesis 4.21 identifies Jubal as the 'father of all such as handle the harp and pipe,' the Pentateuch is nearly silent about the practice and instruction of music in the early life of Israel. Then, in I Samuel 10 and the texts that follow, a curious thing happens. 'One finds in the biblical text,' writes Alfred Sendrey, 'a sudden and unexplained upsurge of large choirs and orchestras, consisting of thoroughly organized and trained musical groups, which would be virtually inconceivable without lengthy, methodical preparation.' This has led some scholars to believe that the prophet Samuel was the patriarch of a school, which taught not only prophets and holy men, but also sacred-rite musicians. This public music school, perhaps the earliest in recorded history, was not restricted to a priestly class—which is how the shepherd boy David appears on the scene as a minstrel to King Saul." "A Theatre Before the World: Performance History at the Intersection of Hebrew, Greek, and Roman Religious Processional," The Journal of Religion and Theatre, 5(1, aestate 2006).

  • 14. Elaine Thornburgh et Jack Logan, Baroque Music, apud situm

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