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Etudes de modalité grégorienne

Ce groupe est un lieu d’échange sur la modalité du chant grégorien et des répertoires apparentés à ce chant.

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Latest Activity: Nov 16, 2013

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Catalogues formules de centonisation - Tonaires

Started by Fédon Nicolaou Nov 16, 2013. 0 Replies

Bonjour,Je suis à la recherche de catalogues des formules de centonisation. Je ne sais pas s'ils existent de tels catalogues pour le répertoire grégorien. Je sais qu'ils existent pour le répertoire…Continue

Antiennes du 1er mode

Started by Père Jacques-Marie Guilmard. Last reply by Dominique Crochu Feb 23, 2012. 6 Replies

L’antiphonaire publié à partir de 2005 sous l’égide de l’abbé primat des Bénédictins, présente une double anomalie dans la restitution des antiennes ci-jointes. Cette question relève d’abord du…Continue

Bémol et enchaînement mélodique

Started by Dominique Crochu Feb 13, 2012. 0 Replies

Le manuscrit 808 de la Grande Chartreuse présente un situation intéressante où l'emploi du bémol semble bien être une preuve de l'enchaînement d'un texte.Nous pensons aux exemples ci-dessous:…Continue

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Comment by Neil Moran on October 10, 2013 at 15:05

Message from Svetlana Kujumdzieva
Dear Colleagues and Friends,
This is just to inform you that my last book has just been published by the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. The title of the book is: "THE EARLY OKTOECHOI: SOURCES, LITURGY AND CHANT REPERTORY (BASED ON SOURCES UNTIL THE 13TH CENTURY)", 288 pages, ISBN 978-954-9787-21-4.
In the book are studied more than 90 primary sources from the 4th/5th to the 13th century in Greek, Syriac, Georgian and Armenian in order to find out when exactly the book of the Oktoechos was compiled and what kind of repertory like was included in the earliest sources.
The book could be ordered at the following e mail address: kmnc@kmnc.bg kmnc@bas.bg
All the best,
Svetlana Kujumdzieva

Comment by Père Jacques-Marie Guilmard on September 29, 2013 at 19:10

C'est très intéressant.

Comment by Neil Moran on September 29, 2013 at 19:06

New Article: Byzantinische Zeitschrift. Volume 106, Issue 1, pages 65–82.

Altrömische Offertoriums-Gesänge in medialen Tonarten. Zum Verhältnis des byzantinischen zum altrömischen und gregorianischen Choral

Neil K. Moran

 Abstract

 The present study should be understood as a contribution to the disputed relationship of Byzantine to Old Roman and Gregorian chant. It is based on a study of offertory chants in the relatively little-known medial modes. The author discusses four Old Roman offertories in the second medial mode in the recently published book Inside the Offertory by Rebecca Maloy: In die sollemnitatis, Erit vobis, Confirma hoc and Oravi deum meum. Comparisons are made with chants based on Crucem tuam of the Old Roman repertory. In a previous article in Plainsong and Medieval Music the author demonstrated that the medial characteristics disappeared in the same texts in the Gregorian repertoire. In her comparisons of Old Roman and Gregorian sources Rebecca Maloy comes to a completely different conclusion. She argues that the so-called „Old Roman“ melodies are late medieval creations and she characterizes them with the negative term ‘formulaicism’. In this article her conclusions are called into question.

 

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