Systematists

 

This bibliography is dedicated to the systematists (c. 13th-17th century): as usual, not all possible references are included, but a reasonable choice has been made among the available literature.

 

The Systematists

  1. Bakrī, Ādil, Ṣafiyy-a-d-Dīn al- Urmawī – Mujaddid al-Mūsīqā al-`Abbāsiyya, Silsilat al-A`lām wa-l Mashhūrīn, Dār al-Ḥurriyya li-ṭ-Ṭibā`a (Baghdad, 1978).
  2. Beteille, Andre, « Social Organization of Temples in a Tanjore Village », History of Religions (1965), p. 74-92.
  3. Chabrier, Jean-Claude, « Éléments d’une approche comparative des échelles théoriques arabo-irano-turques », Revue de Musicologie (1985) [doi :10.2307/928593], p. 39-78.
  4. Davis, Edgar, « Bernard van Dieren », The Musical Quarterly (1938), p. 169-175.
  5. During, Jean, « Musique, Nation & Territoire en Asie Interieure », Yearbook for Traditional Music (1993) [doi :10.2307/768681], p. 29-42.
  6. El-Mallah, Issam et Markaz ʻUmān lil-Mūsīqá al-Taqlīdīyah, Arab music and musical notation, Hans Schneider Verlag (1997).
  7. Elsner, Jürgen, « Zum Problem des maqām », Acta Musicologica (1975) [doi :10.2307/932211], p. 208-239.
  8. Erlanger, Rodolphe d’, La musique arabe, tome 4: Traité anonyme dédié au Sultan Osmanli Muhammad II (XV e x.), Al-Ladhiqi, Traité al-Fathiyah (XVI e .), Les Geuthner (Paris, France, 2001a).
  9. Erlanger, Rodolphe d’, La musique arabe, tome 3: Safiyyu-d-Din al-Urmawi, Epitre a Sharafu-d-Din, As-Sharafiyyah, Livre des cycles musicaux, Kitab al-adwar, Les Geuthner (Paris, France, 2001b).
  10. Ertan, Deniz., « Cycles and Peripheries: An Ottoman Kitâb el Edvâr », Asian Music (2007) [doi :10.1353/amu.2007.0017], p. 31-60.
  11. Farmer, Henry George, « Clues for the Arabian Influence on European Musical Theory », Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1925), p. 61-80.
  12. Farmer, Henry George, « Some Musical MSS. Identified », Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1926a), p. 91-93.
  13. Farmer, Henry George, « The Old Persian Musical Modes », Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1926b), p. 93-95.
  14. Farmer, Henry George, The sources of Arabian music: an annotated bibliography of Arabic manuscripts which deal with the theory, practice, and history of Arabian music from the eighth to the seventeenth century, E. J. Brill (1965a).
  15. Farmer, Henry George, « The Old Arabian Melodic Modes », Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1965b), p. 99-102.
  16. Farmer, Henry George, A history of Arabian music to the XIIIth century, Luzac (1967).
  17. Farmer, Henry George, Historical facts for the Arabian musical influence, Ayer Publishing (1978).
  18. Farmer, Henry George, Studies in Oriental music, Institute for the History of Arabic-Islamic Science at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University (1997).
  19. Fezli, Arslan, « THE CONTENT OF AL-RİSÂLA AL-SHARAFİYYA », FSTC (2007).
  20. Forster, Cris, Musical mathematics : on the art and science of acoustic instruments, Chronicle Books (San Francisco  Calif., 2010).
  21. Gabrieli, Giuseppe, « Fakhr-al-din al-Razi. », Isis (1925), p. 9-13.
  22. Jurjānī, ʻAbd al-Qāhir ibn ʻAbd al-Raḥmān et Abraham Lockett, The miʾut ạmil, and Shurḥoo Miʾut ạmil: two elementary treatises on Arabic syntax, Printed by P. Pereira at the Hindoostanee Press (1814).
  23. Lādhiqī, Muḥammad ibn `Abd-al-Ḥamīd (al-), A-r-Risāla al-Fatḥiyya (fī-l Mūsīqā), éditeur Hāshim a-r-Rajab, 1er éd., A-s-Silsila a-t-Turāthiyya, Al-Majlis al-`Arabiyy li-t-Turāth wa-l Funūn wa-l Ādāb (Kuwait, 1986).
  24. Libraries, International Association of Music, RISM: the theory of music in Arabic writings (c. 900-1900) : descriptive catalogue of manuscripts in Libraries of Euroe and the U.S.A., Henle (1979).
  25. Liu, Benjamin M. et James T. Monroe, Ten Hispano-Arabic strophic songs in the modern oral tradition: music and texts, University of California Press (1989).
  26. Manzalaoui, Mahmoud, « The Pseudo-Aristotelian “Kitāb Sirr al-asrār”. Facts and Problems », Oriens (1974) [doi :10.2307/1580104], p. 147-257.
  27. Music, International Council for Traditional, Bulletin of the International Council for Traditional Music, The Council (1982).
  28. Myers, Helen, Ethnomusicology: Historical and regional studies, Macmillan (1993).
  29. Pacholczyk, Jozef, « Music and Astronomy in the Muslim World », Leonardo (1996) [doi :10.2307/1576351], p. 145-150.
  30. Rāshid, Rushdī et Régis Morelon, Encyclopedia of the history of Arabic science, Routledge (1996).
  31. Riley, Matthew, « Straying From Nature: The Labyrinthine Harmonic Theory of Diderot and Bemetzrieder’s Leçons de clavecin (1771) », The Journal of Musicology (2002), p. 3-38.
  32. Roper, Geoffrey et Al-Furqān Islamic Heritage Foundation (London England), World survey of Islamic manuscripts, Al-Furqān Islamic Heritage Foundation (1992a).
  33. Roper, Geoffrey et Al-Furqān Islamic Heritage Foundation (London England), World survey of Islamic manuscripts, Al-Furqān Islamic Heritage Foundation (1992b).
  34. Rouget, Gilbert, Music and trance: a theory of the relations between music and possession, University of Chicago Press (1985).
  35. Saeed, Abdullah, Islamic thought: an introduction, Taylor & Francis (2006).
  36. Seydī, Eugenia Popescu-Judetz, إيكهارد‏نويباور، et أويجينيا‏بوبسكو-يودتس،, Seydī’s book on music: a 15th century Turkish discourse, Institute for the History of Arabic-Islamic Science at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University (2004).
  37. Sezgin, Fuat, éd., Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Arabisch-Islamischen Wissenschaften, Institut für Geschichte der Arabisch-Islamischen Wissenschaften an der Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität (2000).
  38. Sharif, Mian Mohammad, A history of Muslim philosophy: With short accounts of other disciplines and the modern renaissance in Muslim lands, Harrassowitz (1966).
  39. Shehadi, Fadlou, Philosophies of music in medieval Islam, BRILL (1995).
  40. Shirwānī, Fatḥ-al-Lāh (al-), Majalla fī-l-Mūsīqā [MS. 3449, Topkapi (Istanbul), 95 fos], éditeur Eckhard Neubauer, Institut für Geschichte der Arabisch-Islamischen Wissenschaften (Frankfurt am Main, 1986).
  41. Surhone, Lambert M, Mariam T Tennoe et Susan F Henssonow, Safi Al-Din Al-Urmawi, VDM Verlag Dr. Mller AG & Co. Kg (2010).
  42. Urmawī, ʻAbd et Yale College (1718-1887);Farhangistān-i Hunar-i Jumhūrī-i Islāmī-i Īrān., Risālah-ʼi sharafīyah, éd. Chāp-i 1., Farhangistān-i Hunar (Tihrān, 2005).
  43. Urmawī, Ṣafiyy-a-d-Dīn `Abd-a-l-Mu’min ibn Yūsuf ibn (ab-ī-l-Ma)Fākhir (al-), Kitāb al-Adwār – Ketāb al-Advār fi al-Musīqā, éditeur Āryu Rostami (n.d.).
  44. Urmawī, Ṣafiyy-a-d-Dīn `Abd-a-l-Mu’min ibn Yūsuf ibn (ab-ī-l-Ma)Fākhir (al-), A-r-Risāla a-sh-Sharafiyya fī-n-Nisab a-t-Ta’ālufiyya, éditeur Hāshim a-r-Rajab, Kutub a-t-Turāth 119, Dār a-r-Rashīd li-n-Nashr (Baghdad, 1982).
  45. Urmawī, Ṣafiyy-a-d-Dīn `Abd-a-l-Mu’min ibn Yūsuf ibn (ab-ī-l-Ma)Fākhir (al-), 1. Kitāb al-Adwār fī-l-Mūsīqā [Livre des cycles musicaux – MS. Istanbul, Nuruosmaniye 3653, fos 1a-49a (1ro-49ro), possiblement autographe] 2. A-r-Risāla a-sh-Sharafiyya fī-n-Nisab a-t-Ta’ālufiyya [L’épître à Sharaf-a-d-Dīn sur les proportions musicales – MS. Ahmet III 3460, fos 1a-68a (1ro-68ro), copie datant de 827H/1424C], éditeur Eckhard Neubauer, Institut für Geschichte der Arabisch-Islamischen Wissenschaften (Frankfurt am Main, 1984).
  46. Urmawī, Ṣafiyy-a-d-Dīn `Abd-a-l-Mu’min ibn Yūsuf ibn (ab-ī-l-Ma)Fākhir (al-), « Kitāb al-Adwār – ljs235 », [d. 1293, XIIIe siècle] (2001) [url : http://sceti.library.upenn.edu/ljscollection/index.cfm>, http://dewey.library.upenn.edu/sceti/ljs/PageLevel/index.cfm?ManID=ljs235].
  47. Urmawī, Ṣafiyy-a-d-Dīn `Abd-a-l-Mu’min ibn Yūsuf ibn (ab-ī-l-Ma)Fākhir (al-), Aḥmad al- Ḥifnī et Ghaṭṭās `Abd-al-Malik Khashaba, « Kitāb al-Adwār », [d. 1293, XIIIe siècle] (1986) [url : http://sceti.library.upenn.edu/ljscollection/index.cfm>, http://dewey.library.upenn.edu/sceti/ljs/PageLevel/index.cfm?ManID=ljs235].
  48. Wellesz, Egon, Ancient and oriental music, Oxford University Press (1957).
  49. Widdess, Richard et Laurence Ernest Rowland Picken, Musica Asiatica, Cambridge University Press (1988).
  50. Wright, Owen, The modal system of Arab and Persian music. A, Oxford Univ, Press (1978).
  51. Wright, Owen, The modal system of Arab and Persian music: 1250-1300, Univ. Pr. (1981).
  52. Wright, Owen, « ÇargâH in Turkish Classical Music: History Versus Theory », Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies (1990) [doi :10.1017/S0041977X00026057], p. 224-244.
  53. Wright, Owen, Words Without Songs, Routledge (1992).
  54. Wright, Owen, « A Preliminary Version of the Kitāb Al-Adwār », Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies (1995a) [doi :10.1017/S0041977X00012908], p. 455-478.
  55. Wright, Owen, « Abd al-Qadir al Maraghi and Ali b. Muhammad Bina’i – two fifteenth century examples of notation », BSOAS (1995b), p. 17-39.
  56. Wright, Owen, « A Preliminary Version of the “kitāb al-Adwār” », Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London (1995c), p. 455-478.

 

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