Qanbūs [qabūs]. Qānūn [kanun, k‘anon, kanonaki]



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Qabbānī, Abū Khalīl al-

Qaddish


Qanbūs [qabūs].

Qānūn [kanun, k‘anon, kanonaki].

Qarna

Qasaba [qasaba, qasba, qassaba, qassāba].



Qāsem, Ustād

Qasida


Qatar.

Qavvālī.


Qawānīn

Qayna (Arab.: ‘female slave musician’).

Qaytros.

Qeddushah

Qeren ha-yovel

Qin.


Qing.

Qinqin.


Qobuz (i) [qobyz, kobuz].

Qobuz (ii).

Qquepa.

QRS.


Quadran pavan.

Quadrat


Quadrille

Quadris, Johannes de.

Quadrupla

Quadruple counterpoint.

Quadruple croche

Quadruplet

Quadruple time.

Quadruplum, quadruplex

Quaglia, Giovanni Battista

Quagliati, Paolo

Quaglio.

Quallenberg [Qualemberg, Qualenberg], Johann Michael

Quantz, Johann Joachim

Quarenghi, Guglielmo

Quarles, Charles (i)

Quarles, Charles (ii)

Quarta

Quartal harmony.



Quartane.

Quart de soupir

Quart de ton

Quarte


Quarte de nasard

Quarter-note.

Quarter-tone

Quartet


Quartetto Beethoven.

Quartetto d’archi [di cordi]

Quartetto Italiano.

Quartfagott.

Quartgeige

Quartieri [Quartiero], Pietro Paolo

Quartina

Quarto di tono

Quartole

Quartposaune

Quartsextakkord

Quartzug


Quasi

Quassus


Quasthoff, Thomas

Quaternaria

Quatreble

Quatremère de Quincy [Quatremère], Antoine-Chrysostome

Quatricinium.

Quatris, Johannes de.

Quattrini, Jan Ludwik

Quatuor


Quatuor à cordes

Quatuor concertant

Quaver

Quebec

Quebedo, Bartolomé de.

Queen.


Queen Elizabeth Hall.

Queen Latifah [Owens, Dana]

Queen’s Hall.

Queensland Symphony Orchestra.

Queen’s Theatre.

Queen’s University.

Queffélec, Anne

Queldryk [Qweldryk]

Queler, Eve

Quemar [Fulgenzi, Beltrami; Beltramo di Fulgenzio], Vincenzo

Quempas

Quem queritis.



Quenes [Quennon] de Béthune.

Quentin [Cantin], Bertin [l'aîné]

Quentin [Cantin], Jean-Baptiste [le jeune]

Queralt, Francisco

Quercu, Simon de [a] [Eijcken, Simon van; Eyken, Simon van]

Querelle des Bouffons.

Querflöte (i)

Querflöte (ii)

Querflügel

Querhammerflügel

Querol Gavaldá, Miguel

Querpfeife

Querpianoforte

Quesada (Aguilar), Marco Antonio

Quesnel, (Louis) Joseph (Marie)

Quevedo [Quebedo], Bartolomé de

Quickstep.

Quiebro


Quijada.

Quilico, Gino

Quilico, Louis

Quilisma


Quill

Quilt canzona.

Quilter, Roger (Cuthbert)

Quinault, Jean-Baptiste-Maurice [l'aîné]

Quinault, Marie-Anne-Catherine

Quinault, Philippe

Quinet, Fernand

Quinet, Marcel (Alfred)

Quinible

Quint (i).

Quint (ii).

Quint (iii).

Quinta (i)

Quinta (ii).

Quintadecima

Quintadena

Quintanar, Héctor

Quintatön

Quintavalle, Antonio

Quinte


Quinte de hautbois

Quintenzirkel

Quinterne [quintern].

Quinteros, Abelardo

Quintet

Quintiani [Quinziani], Giulio Cesare



Quintiani [Quinziani], Lucrezio

Quinticlave.

Quintilian [Marcus Fabius Quintilianus]

Quintilianus, Aristides.

Quintina

Quinton.

Quintón, José I(gnacio)

Quintposaune

Quintteiler.

Quintuor


Quintuplet

Quintuple time.

Quintus

Quintzug


Quinziani, Giulio Cesare.

Quinziani, Lucrezio.

Quire.

Quiros [Quiroz], Manuel José [Joseph] de



Quirsfeld, Johann

Quitaire [quitarre]

Quitin, José(-François)

Quito.


Quitschreiber, Georg

Quittard, Henri

Quodlibet

Quoshwa.


Quotation.

Qu’ran reading.

Qureshi, Regula B(urckhardt)

Qutb al-Dīn [Mahmūd ibn Mas‘ūd al-Shīrāzī]

Qu Wei [Ch'ü Wei]

Qu Xiao-song

Qweldryk.

Qabbānī, Abū Khalīl al-

(b Damascus, 1842; d Damascus, 1903). Syrian musician, composer, playwright and pioneer of Arab musical theatre. Coming from a wealthy Damascus background, he learnt the art of Mūwashshah songs as well as studying Arabic, Turkish and Persian literature. He travelled to Aleppo to learn its mūwashshah and accompanying samah dance. In Damascus in 1880 he staged his first musical play, Nāker al-jamīl (‘The Ungrateful’), for which he composed new music and used old mūwashshah melodies, designing the décor and directing the play himself. Enraged, the conservatives of Damascus had his theatre burnt down. They objected to his use of young male actors for female parts, but they were also threatened because his theatre attracted young people and was a new medium of social expression.

In 1884 al-Qabbānī took his company, which included 32 musicians, actors and samah dancers, to Cairo. He established a theatre and in the space of 17 years presented 35 musical plays. Famous Egyptian singers joined his company, including ‘Abdu al-Hamuli and Salāma Hijāzī (later pioneer of Egyptian musical theatre). Al-Qabbānī's student, Kamil Al-Khula'i, later became one of Egypt's best composers of mūwashshah and musical plays. In 1901, while al-Qabbānī was touring outside Cairo, envious rivals took the opportunity to burn down his theatre. Heartbroken, he returned to Damascus where he died two years later.

SAADALLA AGHA AL-KALAA

Qaddish


(Heb.).

The Doxology of the Synagogue liturgy. See Jewish music, §III, 1.





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