Definition of Cantillation. Meaning of Cantillation. Synonyms of Cantillation

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Definition of Cantillation

Cantillation
Cantillation Can`til*la"tion, n. A chanting; recitation or reading with musical modulations.

Meaning of Cantillation from wikipedia

- Cantillation is the ritual chanting of readings from the Hebrew Bible in synagogue services. The chants are written and notated in accordance with the...
- Cantillation is an Australian vocal ensemble founded in 2001 by Antony Walker and Alison Johnston. They were founded alongside orchestras Sinfonia Australis...
- Moroccan cantillation (also referred to as Moroccan Te'amim, (Hebrew: טעמי המקרא מרוקאים‎ or Hebrew: טעמי המקרא נוסח מרוקו‎) refers primarily to the style...
- and cantillation to derive from the revelation at Sinai, since it is impossible to read the original text without pronunciations and cantillation pauses...
- morning. When read in the synagogue, these five books are sung with cantillation (see below). In most communities, Esther is the only book accompanied...
- which normally takes only one cantillation mark on the final word in the unit. Babylonian vocalization Cantillation Cardinal vowels Niqqud Palestinian...
- division of the Hebrew Bible into verses is based on the sof p****uk cantillation mark used by the 10th-century Masoretes to record the verse divisions...
- of which has several functions (e.g. to denote Hebrew numerals); and cantillation, "accents" which are used exclusively to indicate how Biblical p****ages...
- without cantillation or vowel marks. Outside the Tanakh, the cantillation marks are not used in modern spoken or written Hebrew at all. The cantillation marks...
- an international musical comedy trio, formed in 1992 Ole (cantillation), a cantillation mark ("goes up") found in Psalms, Proverbs, and Job Olé (sports...
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