Old Babylonian Music Instruction Texts

  title={Old Babylonian Music Instruction Texts},
  author={Anne Draffkorn Kilmer and Steve Tinney},
  journal={Journal of Cuneiform Studies},
  pages={49 - 56}
Cet article est consacre a l'enseignement musical en Babylonie par l'etude de fragments d'anciens textes cuneiformes. La description des textes et leur traduction est accompagnee d'un commentaire philologique. Il en ressort que ces tablettes presentent toutes un vocabulaire musical standardise. 
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