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26. 30Modena'sfavorite son-in-lawJacob Halevi was "burgeoningwith wisdom in Torah, in Kabbalah, and in secular subjects .... "33Zebulunkept li-kh'vodLevi Ginzberg["LouisGinzbergJubileeVolume"](New York:AmericanAcademy for JewishResearch,1946),pp. 279-282. 27. Yehuda,p. 57). ,, (Seferhayyei ", In'j71t ,7s 28. As clear from two lettersthat Modena'sson Mordekhaiwrote, in 1604, to his uncle Moses Simha (cf. Igrot rabbi YehudaArie mim-Modena,pp. 94-95). "(the firstpartafterExod. fnlr i v ) TK,,). portionsinsertedfor entertainmentbetween the acts of plays, there is a rich literature,including,among others, WolfgangOsthoff's Theatergesangund darstellendeMusikin der italienischenRenaissance (Tutzing:Hans Schneider,1969) andNino Pirrotta'sLi due Orfei:da Polizianoa Monteverdi (Turin:Einaudi,1969).

Oa "i*5 n u-tshuvot,p. 176). OFRABBILEONMODENA MUSICIN THELIFEANDTHOUGHT 43 As a point of departureModenaappearsto distinguishbetweentwo or morestatementsin singlevoices, whichone mightcall horizontalrepeats,and one statementin each, leadingto whatone mightcall verticalrepeats(better The composersof artmusicreiteratewordshorizontally,or "simultaneities"). Yet in his responsum,he is concernedwith the second kind of repeats,to which, it might be remarked,no one in his right mind could possibly raise any objection,unless of coursehe was basicallyinimicalto partmusic.

July 30, 1605 (the Special Sabbathknown as Nahamu,following the Ninth of Av, the destructionof the Temple). T 17 ntn 1 Iytip nXIn1Vt p7K'vp? ' n t n Wm,1V "-l'lln2lf •3 is, again,fromthe quaestioportion;cf. She'elotu-t' huvot,p. 15). "24 Thoughmost of them[the singers]were he madetheman objectof scornin the eyes of the scholarsof Torah,25 multitudewho heardtheirvoices. The reason why Coimbranbecame so aggravatedwas, it would seem, the proximityof the Sabbathto the dolefulNinth of Av. Yet he could well have been ill disposedto artmusic to startwith.

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