Bakkashot
Les bakkashot (hébreu : בקשות « requêtes ») sont des pièces liturgiques juives assez similaires aux seli'hot mais de champ plus large. Récitées tout au long de l’année, elles prennent une importance nouvelle dans le rituel séfarade, en particulier dans les communautés d’Alep et de Jérusalem, où les orants se réunissent à l’aube pour les chanter avant l’office du matin.

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Bakkashot - Wikipédia
Les Bakkashot (hébreu : בקשות « requêtes ») sont des pièces liturgiques juives assez similaires aux seli'hot mais de champ plus large. Récitées tout au long de ...
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Bakkashah - Jewish Virtual Library
BAKKASHAH (pl. Bakkashot; Heb בַּקָּשָׁה, בַּקָּשׁוֹת, "Supplication(s)"), liturgical compositions of the same type as *seliḥot. The word denotes a wide range ...
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Bakkashot: Information from Answers.com
Bakkashot ('supplications'). Liturgical poems (Piyyutim) recited in the Sephardi ritual, originally prior to the daily Morning Service but later only on.
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Moroccan Bakkashot - SensCritique
Morceau live de 500 Years of Sephardic-Oriental Mysticism and Liturgical Song ( 1993)
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Looking to learn about Moroccan Bakkashot? LinerNotes has a complete discography, biography, concert schedule, easy ways to listen, and all kinds of other ...
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Les pratiques poético-musicales juives au Maroc
dans les séances de Bakkashot (littéralement supplications) et compre-nant surtout des fragments de pièces appelées piyyutim (sing. piyyut (poème de célébration).
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Bakkashot - Famille Senigaglia - Roger Winsbacher - Robert Meyers - Aaron Worms - Synagogue de Turin - Livre hébreu d’Hénoch ou Hénoch III - Eleazar Ben Yair ...
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Popular Music and Israeli National Culture (avec Motti Regev), University of .... On the Beginnings of the Singing of Bakkashot in 19th Century Jerusalem.
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Les Piyyutim et le Bakkashot des Juifs marocains, Tel-Aviv: Moreshet Dorot. Press, 1991. ... Umiyyam I (1981), Haifa: Haifa University Press. (en hébreu). 2.
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Avishur, Yitzhak, 1990 / 1991, University of Haifa, $50.00, More Details ... "Old and "New in the singing of the Bakkashot among the Morrocan Jews: Historical, ...
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Moroccan Bakkashot.” Asian Music XVII(2):32-45. Kitti Kongtuk. College of Music, Mahidol University, Salaya, Nakhonpathom, Thailand. The Semiology Of ...
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‎Jerusalem: Centre des Langues et Litteratures Juives, Universite Hebraique ..... ‎ Old and New in the singing of the Bakkashot among the Morrocan Jews: ...
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1 Aug 2001 ... M.A. thesis, Université de Montréal. Seroussi, Edwin. 1984. Change and Continuity in the Singing of Bakkashot among Moroccan Jews in ...
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Yeshiva University of- fered beginners-level Jewish studies for baalei teshuvah ...... A number of Bakkashot found at the be- ginning of the Sephardi prayer books ...
Livres sur le terme Bakkashot
Maqām and Liturgy: Ritual, Music, and Aesthetics of Syrian ...
Maqām and Liturgy: Ritual, Music, and Aesthetics of Syrian ...
Mark L. Kligman, 2008
Bakkashot are more actively performed in the liturgy in Jerusalem. My thanks to Geoffrey Goldberg for allowing me to consult his study of Syrian Bakkashot: " Syrian-Jewish Religious and Social Song: A Literary and Ethnomusicological Enquiry, ...
Yahadut Tsefon Afriḳah ba-meʼot 19., 20: ʻiyunim ...
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Michel Abitbol, Merkaz le-ḥeḳer Yahadut Tsefon-Afriḳah (Jerusalem), 1980
Signalons enfin la cristallisation de deux traditions majeures de Bakkashot, l'une à l'est, en Syrie, et plus particulièrement à Alep, l'autre à l'ouest, au Maghreb. Entre ces deux traditions il existe un certain nombre de points commun: a) Le ...
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Point of No Return: Jewish Refugees from Arab Countries: Mimouna: Israelis are adopting Sephardi culture
This year two million Israelis celebrated the Mimouna, the festival concluding Passover, thus nationalising a Moroccan-Jewish tradition. While intermarriage between Israelis of different origins is 'normal', the younger generation is rediscovering their grandparents' culture.
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Les pratiques poético-musicales juives au Maroc et leurs rapports avec les traditions andalouso-marocaines Joseph Chetrit - Le blog de: azizsalaheddine@hotmail.com
Les pratiques poético-musicales juives au Maroc et leurs rapports avec les traditions andalouso-marocaines Joseph Chetrit Depuis le Moyen Age, les pratiques musicales et poétiques juives de l'Occident musulman ont évolué en étroite dépendance avec celles...
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I’m sick of prayers for the sick.
The highlight of a shabbat morning service in most shuls is the prayer for the sick that takes place between the shi’shi and shevi’i aliyah. I find this
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the KlezmerShack: Changing High Holiday liturgy
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OzTorah » Blog Archive » Soul searching in the Selichot – Ask the Rabbi
Q. What are the origins of the Selichot (penitential prayers) that are recited in the lead up to Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur? A.
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parshablog: Why Tashrat should really suffice
The Mishna in Rosh Hashana (33b): מתני' סדר תקיעות שלש של שלש שלש שיעור תקיעה כשלש תרועות שיעור תרועה כשלש יבבות Or, in English: MISHNAH. THE ORDER OF THE BLASTS CONSISTS OF THREE SETS OF THREE EACH.
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MidnightEast » Blog Archive » Piyyut Festival 2011 – Beit Avi Chai, Jerusalem
Nino Bitton/Photo: Elizur Reuveni In the spirit of the coming holidays the Piyyut Festival reflects the many traditions of piyyutim with ancient melodies and new arrangements. The festival will take place at Beit Avi Chai between September 19 – 22, 2011, and the artistic director is Yair Harel.
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Mi país, el mediterráneo.: Kol Oud Tof Trio - Gazelle 2002. En la su musika eyos mesklan poeziya relijioza djudia en ivrit, bakashot i kantikas tradisionalas de Andaluziya i Marroko en ivrit, haketia, djudeo-arabo de Marroko i arabo.
Link: MediafireKol Oud Tof Trio es un grup musikal yisraeli de musika del Midio Oryente. El su nombre signifika en ivrit "Boz, ut, tamburiko", los instrumentos musikales en los kualos se abza la musika por eyos kriada.
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Each River and its Channel: Halakhic Attitudes Toward Liturgy
R Dr Seth Kadish / A few months ago I arranged source-sheets for an evening of study with Israeli adults on a topic that would seem to be entirely unrelated to Jewish liturgy, namely the Rambam’s views on the afterlife and the resurrection of the dead. This was part of a year-long course of study meant to cover the “big issues” in Jewish philosophy, primarily by taking the Rambam and contrasting him to the alternative outlooks of Rabbi Yehudah Halevi in the Kuzari and others. In this case it meant studying the Rambam along with the sharp criticism of his eschatology by the Ramban in Sha`ar ha-Gemul. The Rambam’s openly stated view was that the term Olam ha-Ba (“The World to Come”) as used by Ḥazal refers to the eternal life of the soul (or the intellect) after death without the body, while Teḥiyyat ha-Metim (the resurrection of the dead) refers to a one-time miracle in which the human being as a whole will live again in a body. This is a very straightforward and appealing view, and is probably the way most Jews understand those terms today, both due to its innate appeal and to the Rambam’s powerful influence. As always, the Rambam’s view on this issue is clearly and forcefully stated (though perhaps more stridently and apologetically than usual in Ma’amar Teḥiyyat ha-Metim), and can be read together with his general philosophical views in fascinating ways on both exoteric and esoteric levels.
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AESCOLY (Weintraub), AARON ZE’EV (1901-1948), Hebrew writer, historian, and ethnologist. Aescoly studied in Berlin, Liege, and Paris, where for a short time he taught at the Ecole Nationale des Langues Orientales Vivantes. In 1925 he immigrated to Palestine, although he […]
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