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MinAd: Israel Studies in Musicology Online
Volume 7/II -2008-2009. Special Issue: Hearing Israel: Music, Culture and History at 60,
Table of Contents
James Loeffler and Joel Rubin, guest editors
Introduction: Hearing Israel: Music, Culture and History at 60
Motti Regev and Edwin Seroussi
Remembering Galit Saada-Ophir, z²l
Israeli Music and its Study: Processes and Experiences
Beyond Ethnic Tinge or Ethnic Fringe: The Emergence of New Israeli/Palestinian Musical Competences & Connections
³Sing us a Mawwal²: The Politics of Culture-Brokering Palestinian-Israelis in Israel
The Vision of the East and the Heritage of the West: A Comprehensive Model of Ideology and Practice in Israeli Art Music
David A. McDonald
Carrying Words Like Weapons: Hip-Hop and the Poetics of Palestinian Identities in Israel
Amit M. Schejter and C. Michael Elavsky
³And the Children of Israel Sang this Song²: The Role of Israeli Law and Policy in the Advancement of Israeli Music
Crossing the Sea of Song: Politics of Mediterranean Music between Israel and Italy
Review of Pentatonicism from the Eighteenth Century to Debussy by Jeremy Day-O¹Connell (Rochester: University of Rochester Press, 2007).
Dan Timis – In Memoriam
Remembering Dr. Erez Rapoport z²l (in Hebrew)
Our next issue of MinAd, co-edited with Dr. Rivka Elkoshi, will be devoted to articles relating to Music Education.
This special issue entitled: Hearing Israel: Music, Culture and History at 60, was edited by Prof. James Loeffler and Prof. Joel Rubin of the University of Virginia, and contains proceedings from a conference on Israeli music that took place at the University of Virginia in 2008. For further information about this conference, please visit the website at http://www.virginia.edu/jewishstudies/music-conference.html.