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Arnold den Teuling replied to Arnold den Teuling's discussion Ein Deutsch Gesang in the group German Music
"Thanks for your compliments!"
Dec 24, 2018
Oliver Gerlach replied to Arnold den Teuling's discussion Ein Deutsch Gesang in the group German Music
"Dear Arnold I had not the slightest idea that this discussion was so inspiring! My compliments for this very well-done article and I feel deeply honoured to be mentioned there with some basics that every student of German historical linguistics is…"
Dec 23, 2018
Arnold den Teuling replied to Arnold den Teuling's discussion Ein Deutsch Gesang in the group German Music
"This hymn kept on fascinating me, and so I wrote an article on it, published in the Tijdschrift voor Gregoriaans 42 (2017) p. 122-129, accessible online by…"
Dec 17, 2018
Arnold den Teuling replied to Fyodor N's discussion Rhythm, Meter and Tempo of Gregorian Chant according to Jan van Biezen
"Actually I published a cd according to the mensuralist interpretation with my Schola cantorum Gregoriana Assen in 2009. My interpretation may be not very convincing or satisfying, but it is at least an interesting attempt. See…"
Feb 14, 2018
Arnold den Teuling replied to Arnold den Teuling's discussion Ein Deutsch Gesang in the group German Music
"I identified the melody in the Cantus database cantus.uwaterloo.ca/melody with a latin text O virum mirabilem in signis, from ms. Dk kk 3449. It is evident that this text was translated in eastern Middle Dutch, keeping the same melody."
Dec 21, 2017
Susanne Ansorg replied to Arnold den Teuling's discussion Ein Deutsch Gesang in the group German Music
"I mean concerning Franziskus; I will ask Marc Lewon, he might know about it. Thank you again!"
Dec 18, 2017
Arnold den Teuling replied to Arnold den Teuling's discussion Ein Deutsch Gesang in the group German Music
"I do not know any other, but I am not an expert."
Dec 18, 2017
Susanne Ansorg replied to Arnold den Teuling's discussion Ein Deutsch Gesang in the group German Music
"Wow! That is GREAT! Thank you a LOT! It is so far the only known medieval vernacular text in a German dialect with music – or am I wrong?"
Dec 18, 2017
Arnold den Teuling replied to Arnold den Teuling's discussion Ein Deutsch Gesang in the group German Music
"Even for a native Dutch speaker with experience in medieval texts this is not an easy text. I succeeded in making a transcription thanks to your link. I agree with your opinion that the text at the bottom of the page is in the same version of…"
Dec 18, 2017
Susanne Ansorg replied to Arnold den Teuling's discussion Ein Deutsch Gesang in the group German Music
"Dear Arnold den Teuling, thank you a lot! I'm on the way to perform this hymn with my Ensemble (in the context of a programme with medieval music from Franciscan monasteries) and I appreciate your input very much! I agree: it is in Middle…"
Dec 18, 2017
Oliver Gerlach replied to Arnold den Teuling's discussion Ein Deutsch Gesang in the group German Music
"Everybody who lives in Cologne, knows that Dutch is and was one of the local languages..."
Aug 18, 2017
Oliver Gerlach replied to Arnold den Teuling's discussion Ein Deutsch Gesang in the group German Music
"You are right, "gebleven" and "geloek" (you might pronounce the "g" with affricata sound) is not exactly German! In linguistics we say Mittelhochdeutsch, Middle means the German is between Althochdeutsch and…"
Aug 18, 2017
Dominique Gatté replied to Arnold den Teuling's discussion Ein Deutsch Gesang in the group German Music
Aug 17, 2017
Arnold den Teuling added a discussion to the group German Music
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Ein Deutsch Gesang

Actually the text with music is not in (High) German but in Eastern Middle Dutch, or, if you prefer, Lower Middle Saxonian. The text without music lower on the page is indeed in High German. The provenance of this text may be de Broeders des gemenen levens lead by Geert Grote in Deventer, translated into High German somewhere in the High German language area. The Broeders favoured hymn singing in the vernacular.See More
Aug 17, 2017
Arnold den Teuling replied to Lenka Hlávková (Mráčková)'s discussion ....and the Word Became Music
"Looks very interesting, but download time is prohibitive!"
Jul 9, 2017
Arnold den Teuling replied to Dominique Gatté's discussion Antique double flute (Auction) in the group Medieval and Renaissance wind instruments
"I contacted the private collector of musical instruments and owner of the Museum Vosbergen Dick Verel at Eelde (prov. Drenthe, Netherlands http://www.museumvosbergen.nl/museum.html , in Dutch only). He also recognised the instrument's…"
Jun 11, 2017

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Grégorien, Manuscrits (paléographie), Autre
Présentation: travaux et (ou) intérêts (Presentation: works and (or) interests)
Je suis chef de choeur de la Schola Cantorum Gregoriana Assen. Je prépare le repertoire en usant et interpretant les neumes.
Je joue le flûte-à-bec et le clavecin, je prépare des editions de chansons polyphoniques avec transcriptions pour le clavecin et ensemble de flûtes-à-bec.
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At 19:39 on June 22, 2013, Geert Maessen said…

Dag Arnold, welkom op deze mooie stek.

 
 
 

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