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Cantillation is the ritual chanting of prayers and responses. It often specifically refers to Jewish Hebrew cantillation. Cantillation sometimes refers to diacritics used in texts that are to be chanted in liturgy.
- Hebrew cantillation
- Vietnamese cantillation
- Qira'at (recitation of the Quran)
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