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Ferdinand J. de Hen

Mouth bow of the Fang people of Gabon. It accompanies songs of the shamans of the Eboghe society.

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The Muse of heroic poetry and of playing on string instruments; see Muses.

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Catherine Wojtanowski

(b Sarajevo, Yugoslavia [now Bosnia and Herzegovina], 1925). American singer and guitarist. Growing up in a Sephardic Jewish community, she learned Balkan folklore as well as traditional songs in the Ladino language with guidance from her grandmother. In 1946 she married a serviceman and immigrated to the United States, where she has become known as the Flame of Sephardic Music because of the strength of her commitment to this unique musical heritage. In addition to transcribing, performing, and teaching traditional Ladino material, Jagoda has composed and arranged new Sephardic songs. She also has performed material drawn from biblical verses, poems, and prayers. She has recorded several albums, which often recall her early experiences, including ...

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Ancient Jewish instrument, possibly a kithara, mentioned in Daniel. See Jewish music, §I, 4(iv).

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Kinnor  

Ancient Jewish Iyre. See Biblical instruments, §3, (iv) and Lyre.

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Instrument mentioned in Daniel. See Biblical instruments, §3, (xiii) .

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Qaytros  

Instrument mentioned in the Book of Daniel. See Biblical instruments, §3, (xiii) .

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Instrument mentioned in Daniel. See Biblical instruments, §3, (xiii).