This bibliography - intended to be as complete as possible - provides information on written material in 22 languages about qmuwassa?q and qzajalq (poetical strophic forms in al-Andalus during the Middle Ages) and the qkharjaq (final segment of qmuwassa?q and some qzajalsq), and about their popularity in East and West.617. davis 73 (1992b) aReport of the Second Meeting of the ICTM Study Group on Maq m.a The World ofMusic ... 1. Berlin, 83a114. Discusses the publications of da#39;Erlanger, Man b Senuss and al-Mahd ; with a technical analysis of the nawba.
|Title||:||Muwaššah, Zajal, Kharja|
|Author||:||Henk Heijkoop, Otto Zwartjes|
|Publisher||:||BRILL - 2004-01-01|