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Jerome F. Weber
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  • Utica, NY
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Jerome F. Weber replied to Fyodor N's discussion Rhythm, Meter and Tempo of Gregorian Chant according to Jan van Biezen
"Mr. Cordona, Thank you for your explanation, for which I am grateful. I only desire to point out why I react the way I do. The thread betrays from many of its contributors the sort of disdain for old Solesmes, Cardine, new Solesmes, and semiology…"
Aug 7
Jerome F. Weber replied to Fyodor N's discussion Rhythm, Meter and Tempo of Gregorian Chant according to Jan van Biezen
"Mr. Cordona, Thank you for your explanation, for which I am grateful. I only desire to point out why I react the way I do. The thread betrays from many of its contributors the sort of disdain for old Solesmes, Cardine, new Solesmes, and semiology…"
Aug 7
Jerome F. Weber replied to Fyodor N's discussion Rhythm, Meter and Tempo of Gregorian Chant according to Jan van Biezen
"Mr. Rooney, If you are open to a different opinion, you might read the reviews I wrote in Fanfare (USA) of every CD MP ever recorded. To summarize, he is self-taught, adopting whatever approach to each recording he chooses. He chose Ison singing for…"
Aug 6
Jerome F. Weber replied to Fyodor N's discussion Rhythm, Meter and Tempo of Gregorian Chant according to Jan van Biezen
"It is the mensuralists who claim that there is "a quite precise notation of rhythm". They mean precisely mensural. The research scholars of Solesmes find free rhythm and do not use the word "precise." There have been nine…"
Feb 14
Jerome F. Weber replied to Fyodor N's discussion Rhythm, Meter and Tempo of Gregorian Chant according to Jan van Biezen
"You do not practice Gregorian chant, but you feel free to call "infamous" the work of the monks of Solesmes, who have researched chant in all the surviving manuscripts since the 1850s, published the most accessible editions of chant ever…"
Feb 12

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Intérêt principal (principal interest)
Grégorien, Ars antiqua, Ars nova, Vieux-Romain, Hispanique, Ambrosien, Chants des ordres religieux, Liturgie, Manuscrits (paléographie)
Présentation: travaux et (ou) intérêts (Presentation: works and (or) interests)
sound recordings of Western Plainchant; the publication of discographies of sacred music from 1000 to 1700.
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http://chantdiscography.com

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