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An art rediscovered? Microtones as rhetorical tools in medieval liturgical chant

Started this discussion. Last reply by Oliver Gerlach Aug 1, 2016. 7 Replies

An introductory paper about some recent findings concerning the rhetorical functionalities of microtones as notated in five Romano-Frankish manuscripts written between 1030 and 1270.In addition,…Continue


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Leo Lousberg replied to Dominique Gatté's discussion Quilisma, tractulus... signes et lettres de la Passion in the group Neumes et paléographie
"Dear Dominique, Thank you for this reference! This ms seems to reflect the essence of my doctoral thesis I hope to defend next September in Utrecht. A range of melodic othernesses were applied as rhetorical codes, underlining text that deserves…"
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Grégorien, Liturgie, Théorie musicale, Manuscrits (paléographie)
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Graduated in Musicology and Medieval Studies, Utrecht University, 2013. Affiliated researcher ICON, Utrecht. Compilating the Utrecht Catalogue of Medieval Notated Manuscripts. Preparing a doctoral thesis about microtonal contexts in Gregorian chant in the Rhine-Meuse region.

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