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What are the Hurrian songs? Why are they important?
The Hurrian song refers to a set of fragmentary relics as well as a nearly complete example of notated music from around 1400 BCE. It was important because almost the entire song or hymn is written in cuneiform writing on clay tablets. [ ]
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