Hebrew Cantillations Question (Psalm 87:5)

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Robert Kelbe | Forum Activity | Posted: Thu, Jan 27 2022 1:03 PM

We went over Psalm 87:5 in our Hebrew exegesis class, and I noticed Logos does the tree differently. It seems like a mistake. Why does Logos treat the Azla Legarmeh as a higher strength disjuctive accent than the Atnach? Azla Legarmeh should be the weakest disjunctive accent.

logosres:cv:hebrew-cantillation-trees;ref=BibleBHS.Ps87.5

Is this a mistake? If so, I am surprised there would be a mistake, since these accent trees could mostly be generated by coding - there's not a lot of human choice or interpretation involved. 

I would like to be able to trust the Hebrew Cantillations diagrams...

Thank you for any help!

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Robert Kelbe | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Jan 27 2022 1:15 PM

Answering my own question... It appears they use a different ordering of the accents from the bookmark that came with my BHS.

Here is their ordering, which lists Azla Legarmeh ahead of Atnach:

https://mechon-mamre.org/c/hr/tables.htm#dis3

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