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Karin Strinnholm Lagergren
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  • Linnaeus university Växjö
  • Sweden

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Karin Strinnholm Lagergren's Discussions

Codex Engelberg 314

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dominique Gatté Apr 26. 1 Reply

New Blog on Gregorian and Birgittine chant

Started this discussion. Last reply by Karin Strinnholm Lagergren Feb 21. 2 Replies


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Cantus Planus 2018 Call for Papers

Dear colleagues,In attachment you will find the cfp for next year's Cantus Planus conference which will be held at the Linnaeus University in Växjö, Sweden. Don't hesitate to contact me if you have questions. Kind regards,Karin Strinnholm LagergrenSee More
Sep 6
Karin Strinnholm Lagergren replied to Denis "Malherbe" Louchart's discussion Saint-Georges dans la musique médiévale
"Cher Denis, Mes excuses pur cette réponse tardive, mais dans les laude spirituale il y a au moins une pièce sur St George. Je peux controler exactement le/s titre/s si tu veux Après mes vacances. Cordialement, Karin Strinnholm…"
Aug 3
Dominique Gatté left a comment for Karin Strinnholm Lagergren
"Bonjour Karin, savez-vous où se trouve maintenant les numérisations en ligne des deux fragments de missels de Sakara ? olim : Bien  à vous"
Jun 10
Dominique Gatté replied to Karin Strinnholm Lagergren's discussion Codex Engelberg 314
"Cette pièce ce trouve au folio 175v du Codex Engelberg Mone II, 429, n ° 610 est pour la référence au deuxième volume du "Lateinische Hymnen des Mittelalters" de Franz Joseph MONE…"
Apr 26
Karin Strinnholm Lagergren posted a discussion

Codex Engelberg 314

Dear all,I have been told that this song comes from the Codex Engelberg but I have not been able to find it in the table of contents. The photograph hints at something else and that is Mone II, 429, no 610. I don't recognize it, does someone know what it is?Thanks in advance,Karin Strinnholm LagergrenSee More
Apr 26
Karin Strinnholm Lagergren replied to Karin Strinnholm Lagergren's discussion New Blog on Gregorian and Birgittine chant
"Yes, I replied to this already. There are still no more Birgittine sources on the web but will be avaiale later this year. Will post it when done.  Best, Karin"
Feb 21
Oliver Gerlach replied to Karin Strinnholm Lagergren's discussion New Blog on Gregorian and Birgittine chant
"See also the request about Birgittine sources by Étienne Stoffel:"
Feb 19
Karin Strinnholm Lagergren posted a discussion

New Blog on Gregorian and Birgittine chant

I have recently started a blog on my new research project. You are welcome to read and comment:Maria! Maria!– A Blog on Gregorian Chant in General and Birgittine Chant in Particular More
Feb 19
Karin Strinnholm Lagergren updated their profile
Feb 18
Karin Strinnholm Lagergren replied to Leo Lousberg's discussion An art rediscovered? Microtones as rhetorical tools in medieval liturgical chant
"Hoi Leo, Ik kijk ernaar uit om jouw paper in Dublin te beluisteren! Groetjes, Karin Strinnholm Lagergren"
Jul 30, 2016
Karin Strinnholm Lagergren joined Dominique Crochu's group

Répertoires liturgiques

Groupe consacré aux recherches sur les répertoires liturgiques latins de la messe et de l'office. Histoire du chant liturgique, recherches des pièces et études des variantes.See More
Mar 19, 2016
Karin Strinnholm Lagergren posted an event

Chant from the Order of the Birgittines at Abdijkerk van Park and House of Polyphony, Leuven (BE).

November 20, 2015 at 8pm to November 21, 2015 at 6pm
Concert with chant from the Order of the Birgittines on Friday 20 November in Abdijkerk van Park, Leuven (BE) with ensembles Gemma and Psallentes. This concert ends the three year research project 'The Transmission of the Cantus Sororum in the Low Countries', carried out by Karin Strinnholm Lagergren at KU Leuven. The day after a performance lecture on Birgittine chant will be held. …See More
Nov 10, 2015
Karin Strinnholm Lagergren replied to Christoph Dohrmann's discussion A handbook for historical performance practice(s) of Western chant traditions in the group Performance Practice
"Have you any idea who would be the author/editor of such a big project? Which publisher? Funding? Regards, Karin Strinnholm Lagergren"
Mar 15, 2015
Karin Strinnholm Lagergren joined Christoph Dohrmann's group

Performance Practice

deals with questions and projects concerning performance practice of medieval musicSee More
Mar 15, 2015
Karin Strinnholm Lagergren replied to LindaWhite's discussion Sequences musical incipits
"Dear Linda,  The sequence repertoire is enormous and it is much more difficult to make these opera omnia editions for music than for texts. I am afraid you have to look in different publications treating those particular kind of sequences you…"
Dec 7, 2014
Karin Strinnholm Lagergren posted an event

Second Conference on Birgittine Liturgy at Vadstena, Suède

October 2, 2014 to October 3, 2014
Welcome to the second conference on the liturgy in the order of St Birgitta of Sweden (ca 1303-1373)! It will be held in Vadstena in Sweden 2-3 october and will address different topics on not only birgittine liturgy but also on liturgical matters in late medieval Scandinavia. Please, see attachment for more information and how to register. The conference will close with a concert performed by ensemble Gemma with Birgittine mass music from 1728.See More
Aug 8, 2014

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Intérêt principal (principal interest)
Grégorien, Chants des ordres religieux, Liturgie
Présentation: travaux et (ou) intérêts (Presentation: works and (or) interests)
Especially interested in the process of oral transmission - not only Gregorian - and the repertoire, use and function of Gregorian chant after the 16th century. I perform Gregorian chant from Scandinavia with my ensemble Gemma.
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Musicologue et chanteuse, spécialisée sur la musique médiévale, surtout le chant grégorien des sources scandinaves. Directeur artistique de l'ensemble Gemma: Travaille sur une thèse de musicologie 'La parole devint chant –
Le chant liturgique dans des monastères catholiques entre 2005 et 2007'.

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At 17:11 on June 10, 2017, Dominique Gatté said…

Bonjour Karin, savez-vous où se trouve maintenant les numérisations en ligne des deux fragments de missels de Sakara ?

olim :

Bien  à vous

At 17:09 on September 22, 2013, Inga Behrendt said…

Best wishes, Dear Karin! How are you? Inga

At 16:16 on April 30, 2013, Mauricio Molina said…
Dear Karin,

Thank you very much for your message and for your interest in my work. I am glad that you found my presentation interesting.

I would like to send you a CD of my group where many of these ideas are presented in music. Could you please send me your address?
Best Regards

Mauricio Molina

At 13:50 on January 23, 2012, Hrvoje Beban said…

A lot of downloadable materials and books there's also on the following web-page: (see the left column!)

All the best, 


At 9:01 on January 23, 2012, Hrvoje Beban said…

Dear Karin, 

there's one recent book concerning Dominican liturgy & chant:

"Aux origines de la liturgie dominicaine"


P.S. I'm also interested in Dominican chant (especially repertoire of Divine Office), since I'm writing my PhD thesis on that topic (with an emphasis on the sources from Croatia/Dalmatia).

At 21:50 on January 18, 2012, Mathias Spoerry said…

Salut Karin !


je suis content d'avoir de tes nouvelles, depuis le temps...

J'habite toujours à Bâle, oui. Ce n'est pas trop mal pour la musique médiévale ;-)

à bientôt j'espère.



At 17:35 on June 8, 2011, s. sueyres said…

Hi Karen,

Here's a little chapel where my ladies' group performed. The stone seemed to sing along.

Hope you are enjoying your work and concerts.

Will you be coming to the south of France??? Would love to see you.


At 17:27 on March 1, 2011, Anne Azéma said…

Hey Karin: nice to hear from you. Life is busy on this end - wonderful projects.

Hope it is the same for you. xxx Anne.

At 17:13 on February 16, 2010, Karin Strinnholm Lagergren said…
Cher Frédéric, Merci pour ton message! Je suis désolée de répondre si tard mais je suis debordée de travail en ce moment. J'aimerais continuer discuter (et en même temps pratisuer mon francais...) sur cette adresse: À+!

At 10:46 on February 7, 2010, Rantières Frédéric said…
Chère Karin,
merci de ton message. Je viens d'écouter sur le site de ton ensemble quelques extraits musicaux. Bravo pour tout ce travail! Et félicitations pour la thèse! Je viens également de faire paraître sur le site de mon ensemble Vox in Rama quelques extraits dans la rubrique nos enregistrements, avec notamment un versus aquitain que j'ai édité dans mon mémoire de master pro. Je prépare maintenant une thèse à l'ÉPHÉ sur la rhétorique liturgique au Moyen âge. Je serais très heureux de pouvoir consulter tes travaux et d'échanger des à nouveau idées avec toi. N'hésites pas à me contacter si tu passes en France. Pourrais - tu m'envoyer ton adresse mail personnelle? Bien à toi.



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