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CONTRIBUTION RHYTHM GREGORIAN CHANT

Started this discussion. Last reply by Philippe Fabre Mar 17. 6 Replies

Dear Colleagues,In 2017, a paper of mine was published in the Journal of Music Research Online (volume 8, pp. 1-17) about the original rhythm of Gregorian chant. This paper, entitled The Rhythm of…Continue

THE AUTHENTIC RHYTHM OF GREGORIAN CHANT - BETWEEN MENSURALISM AND SEMIOLOGY

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ricossa Jul 18, 2012. 87 Replies

According to my research conducted in the Netherlands, the authentic rhythm of Gregorian chant in the 10th century includes both proportional elements and elements that are in agreement with…Continue

 

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Philippe Fabre replied to Dr. Dirk van Kampen's discussion CONTRIBUTION RHYTHM GREGORIAN CHANT
"I fully respect your scientific and musicological point of view. From a liturgical point on view, we are quite satisfied with Dom Mocquereau's method inasmuch as it is widely used in most traditional places of worship and as choir directors and…"
Mar 17
Dr. Dirk van Kampen replied to Dr. Dirk van Kampen's discussion CONTRIBUTION RHYTHM GREGORIAN CHANT
"From a scientific and musicological point of view, it is completely irrelevant that Mocquereau's incorrect ideas about the rhythm of Gregorian chant are still teached in France. So, from this perspective, it remains unbelievable and shocking…"
Mar 17
Philippe Fabre replied to Dr. Dirk van Kampen's discussion CONTRIBUTION RHYTHM GREGORIAN CHANT
"Two important schools in France for liturgical gregorian chant use and teach Dom Mocquereau's method.As you may know, in France, about 500 places of worship give regular sunday masses following the Usus Antiquior, that is latin and gregorian…"
Mar 17
Dr. Dirk van Kampen replied to Dr. Dirk van Kampen's discussion CONTRIBUTION RHYTHM GREGORIAN CHANT
"It's really unbelievable and perhaps even shocking that Dom Mocquereau's views about the rhythm of Gregorian chant apparently are still considered to be valid.  "
Mar 13
Philippe Fabre replied to Dr. Dirk van Kampen's discussion CONTRIBUTION RHYTHM GREGORIAN CHANT
"Dear Gregorian friends,On that website, you can read full size contributions on Gregorian rythm (14 chapters).Be aware that it is in French .St Pius X Gregorian Center - Gregorian rythm studies Best regards.Phiilippe FabreSecretary to Centre…"
Mar 12
Angel Chirinos replied to Dr. Dirk van Kampen's discussion CONTRIBUTION RHYTHM GREGORIAN CHANT
"Hello Wow! It's a big issue. I'm interested in your empirical approach, I'll read it with interest. Best regards Dr. Ángel Chirinos."
Jan 16
Dr. Dirk van Kampen replied to William Mahrt's discussion Gregorian Rhythm
"Dear William, As far as I see it, I did add an attachment in the form of a PDF. Best wishes, Dirk  "
Jan 16
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CONTRIBUTION RHYTHM GREGORIAN CHANT

Dear Colleagues,In 2017, a paper of mine was published in the Journal of Music Research Online (volume 8, pp. 1-17) about the original rhythm of Gregorian chant. This paper, entitled The Rhythm of Gregorian Chant: An Analysis and an Empirical Investigation, was favourably received, but one of the criticisms concerned the fact that only four chants were studied, all of them being introit chants. To examine whether these criticisms make sense, I conducted a subsequent study about the same topic,…See More
Jan 11

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New JMRO paper The Rhythm of Gregorian Chant

Posted on August 7, 2017 at 12:43 1 Comment

JMRO paper Ritme Greg Van Kampen.pdf

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A recent article of mine about…

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At 9:24 on September 28, 2018, Leo Lousberg said…

Prima, iets voor een privediscussie voorlopig lijkt me. leolousberg@gmail.com

Met groet

Leo 

At 10:30 on June 25, 2012, Pim Rijnders said…

met zo'n enthousiaste mail van jou 'moest' ik wel gaan kijken. De vraag is nu alleen of al de info op deze site niet iets (..) te hoog gegrepen is. Ook een vorm van theologie wellicht?

At 20:42 on May 23, 2012, Geert Maessen said…

Dat is alweer een paar jaar geleden. Ik geloof dat het als volgt werkt: ga naar "Ma page", kijk naar je afbeelding, daarboven staat "modifier", klik daarop en je kunt via "bladeren" een foto downloaden van je computer en alhier uploaden.

Groet, Geert

At 13:08 on May 23, 2012, Geert Maessen said…

Valt nogal mee hoor. Onder de naam "Musicologie Médiévale" staan eigenlijk alle links die relevant zijn: Home, Manuscrits, Groupes, Forum, Blogues, Membres ...

Home: de openingspagina, met een overzicht van het belangrijkste en recentste

Manuscrits: links naar zo'n 2000 online-handschriften

Groupes: verschillende groepen over: restituties, ambrosiaans, byzantijns, etc.

Forum: verschillende discussies

Blogues: mededelingen

Membres: alle leden

... veel plezier

At 10:21 on May 22, 2012, Geert Maessen said…

Hoi Dirk, welkom op dit fantastisch netwerk.

 
 
 

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