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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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Dominique Gatté commented on Dr. Dirk van Kampen's blog post New JMRO paper The Rhythm of Gregorian Chant
"Merci pour le partage !"
Aug 10
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New JMRO paper The Rhythm of Gregorian Chant

JMRO paper Ritme Greg Van Kampen.pdfDear Colleagues,A recent article of mine about the rhythm of Gregorian chant was accepted and is now published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Music Research Online.Attached you may find the paper in PDF format. Of course, it is also possible to consult the JMRO…See More
Aug 7
Dr. Dirk van Kampen replied to Geert Maessen's discussion Wim van Gerven, pionier van de gregoriaanse semiologie
"  Congratulations Geert, also on this platform !!! Best wishes, Dirk van Kampen"
Nov 21, 2012
Ricossa replied to Dr. Dirk van Kampen's discussion THE AUTHENTIC RHYTHM OF GREGORIAN CHANT - BETWEEN MENSURALISM AND SEMIOLOGY
"Here you will find a quick and dirty recording done in my armchair before my computer. By far not perfect, but it gives an idea. Note that I sung "omnes animal". It is a mistake (correct "omne animal"), but, as I said, it's…"
Jul 18, 2012
Dr. Dirk van Kampen replied to Dr. Dirk van Kampen's discussion THE AUTHENTIC RHYTHM OF GREGORIAN CHANT - BETWEEN MENSURALISM AND SEMIOLOGY
"That would be nice. Is it possible for you to make a MP3, WAV or MIDI file?Thanks in advance. Dirk"
Jul 18, 2012
Ricossa replied to Dr. Dirk van Kampen's discussion THE AUTHENTIC RHYTHM OF GREGORIAN CHANT - BETWEEN MENSURALISM AND SEMIOLOGY
"Glad to hear it. If I find the time, I can do a quick recording of the very same gradual (if you whish)"
Jul 17, 2012
Dr. Dirk van Kampen replied to Dr. Dirk van Kampen's discussion THE AUTHENTIC RHYTHM OF GREGORIAN CHANT - BETWEEN MENSURALISM AND SEMIOLOGY
"Dear M. Ricossa, Indeed, in my musical example presented on Wikipedia, I followed Cardine's (1970) 'long' vs. 'short' scheme in interpreting the last note of a torculus, porrectus or climacus, but I am aware of Van…"
Jul 17, 2012
Ricossa replied to Dr. Dirk van Kampen's discussion THE AUTHENTIC RHYTHM OF GREGORIAN CHANT - BETWEEN MENSURALISM AND SEMIOLOGY
"If you speak of this : http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/5d/Graduale_oculi_omnium.ogg y find it quite correct, apart from some details. The main problem for me are the neumes of three notes, like the torculus. He plays them always…"
Jul 16, 2012
Oliver Gerlach replied to Dr. Dirk van Kampen's discussion THE AUTHENTIC RHYTHM OF GREGORIAN CHANT - BETWEEN MENSURALISM AND SEMIOLOGY
"I am quiet aware that mine is not your way to take your point of view. In general you agreed with Dirk van Kampen, as you said, but you emphasized to take the rules rather flexible. But as far as I experienced Marcel Pérès, it was…"
Jul 14, 2012
Ricossa replied to Dr. Dirk van Kampen's discussion THE AUTHENTIC RHYTHM OF GREGORIAN CHANT - BETWEEN MENSURALISM AND SEMIOLOGY
"> , will rather stick to Luca's rule, that the accent has to be according to the prosody of language did I say this weird thing?"
Jul 10, 2012
Oliver Gerlach replied to Dr. Dirk van Kampen's discussion THE AUTHENTIC RHYTHM OF GREGORIAN CHANT - BETWEEN MENSURALISM AND SEMIOLOGY
"Dear Padre Depósito Whatever was called "Gregorian chant", it was something which was invented several times during history, and if you were in one of these fantastic Southern Franch Abbeys as Sénanque, Silvacane or Du…"
Jul 9, 2012
Dr. Dirk van Kampen replied to Dr. Dirk van Kampen's discussion THE AUTHENTIC RHYTHM OF GREGORIAN CHANT - BETWEEN MENSURALISM AND SEMIOLOGY
"Dear Father Desposito, Unfortunately, there is no recording of my Schola available. But you may listen to the Graduale Oculi Omnium on the Dutch Wikipedia site. Actually, this is a purely mechanical and computerized registration that I made to…"
Jul 8, 2012
Padre Nicolás Despósito replied to Dr. Dirk van Kampen's discussion THE AUTHENTIC RHYTHM OF GREGORIAN CHANT - BETWEEN MENSURALISM AND SEMIOLOGY
"Dear Dr. van Kampen, I did listen to the Gradual. Thank you! Fr. D."
Jul 6, 2012
Dr. Dirk van Kampen replied to Dr. Dirk van Kampen's discussion THE AUTHENTIC RHYTHM OF GREGORIAN CHANT - BETWEEN MENSURALISM AND SEMIOLOGY
"Dear Padre Nicolas. I forgot to mention where you can find the graduale:http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gregoriaans_ritme The name of my contribution is Gregoriaans ritme Dirk"
Jul 6, 2012
Oliver Gerlach replied to Dr. Dirk van Kampen's discussion THE AUTHENTIC RHYTHM OF GREGORIAN CHANT - BETWEEN MENSURALISM AND SEMIOLOGY
"I hope that you finally found my proposition not that useless, though it was certainly quite within the Carolingian time. If you are able to recognize melody and rhythm just by reading the proses, as Notker once did, Dirk's statistic method…"
Jul 6, 2012
Padre Nicolás Despósito replied to Dr. Dirk van Kampen's discussion THE AUTHENTIC RHYTHM OF GREGORIAN CHANT - BETWEEN MENSURALISM AND SEMIOLOGY
"Dear Mr. Gerlach, Thank you for your response. I'm quite open minded with regard to new research on the field, and as I said before my main concern is the practical execution of the—so called—Gregorian repertoire. I other words, I…"
Jul 5, 2012

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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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