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Oliver Gerlach commented on pavlos erevnidis's blog post Medieval Greek Chant Theoretical Streams as Scholia on the Harmonica of Claudios Ptolemaios: The Online Sources
"Dear Pavlos I am not motivated to continue here an exchange, since your answers convinced me that it is a one way road with somebody at the end, who is not able to communicate, because he has decided to hold back part of his knowledge. I know this…"
Jan 8
Oliver Gerlach commented on pavlos erevnidis's blog post Medieval Greek Chant Theoretical Streams as Scholia on the Harmonica of Claudios Ptolemaios: The Online Sources
"Do not worry about my deadlines. You can meanwhile (after you improved my description of the Great Lavra manuscripts), re-read my posts with focus on tone system, because you delivered an exact description of your drawers which prevented you to…"
Dec 28, 2019
pavlos erevnidis commented on pavlos erevnidis's blog post Medieval Greek Chant Theoretical Streams as Scholia on the Harmonica of Claudios Ptolemaios: The Online Sources
"I look forward, Oliver, to the moment you come back hoping you’ll have the time to read more carefully what I write, and not to continue with newer distortions of my stance like: “I was mainly interested in your specific focus on the…"
Dec 28, 2019
Oliver Gerlach commented on pavlos erevnidis's blog post Medieval Greek Chant Theoretical Streams as Scholia on the Harmonica of Claudios Ptolemaios: The Online Sources
"The period which was left unfinished: Of course, one must consider that even in the case, where only one tone system is inherent in a certain notation, it can always be used in an odd way which allows also to transcribe melodies made according to…"
Dec 28, 2019
Oliver Gerlach commented on pavlos erevnidis's blog post Medieval Greek Chant Theoretical Streams as Scholia on the Harmonica of Claudios Ptolemaios: The Online Sources
"Reading it, it seems to me that you got bored yourself by your last ominous and melodramatic post, but I assure you it was not my fault... I am not Jesus. You should not get so annoyed, because almost 400 hits by other users here is an encouragment…"
Dec 27, 2019
pavlos erevnidis commented on pavlos erevnidis's blog post Medieval Greek Chant Theoretical Streams as Scholia on the Harmonica of Claudios Ptolemaios: The Online Sources
"I referred to Jeffery’s and Troelsgård’s tables saying that I will not make any comment on their decisions. What I wrote is that “the table of prof. Jeffery is not exhaustive and this is not because the ordering/naming of…"
Dec 27, 2019
Oliver Gerlach commented on pavlos erevnidis's blog post Medieval Greek Chant Theoretical Streams as Scholia on the Harmonica of Claudios Ptolemaios: The Online Sources
"I do not understand, why certain colleagues believe that I am an advocate of an unchanging tradition of Orthodox, Jewish or Muslim chant, because if they did really read my publications more carefully, they would have understood that writing down…"
Dec 27, 2019
Oliver Gerlach commented on pavlos erevnidis's blog post Medieval Greek Chant Theoretical Streams as Scholia on the Harmonica of Claudios Ptolemaios: The Online Sources
"I do not understand, why certain colleagues believe that I am an advocate of an unchanging tradition of Orthodox, Jewish or Muslim chant, because if they did really read my publications more carefully, they would have understood that writing down…"
Dec 27, 2019
Oliver Gerlach commented on pavlos erevnidis's blog post Medieval Greek Chant Theoretical Streams as Scholia on the Harmonica of Claudios Ptolemaios: The Online Sources
"I wrote: Greek transmission of chant did change less or more (very likely less, if it is true that the notation was less concerned about the concrete level melos and its thesis—to put it into Aristotelian terms) It basically means it is always…"
Dec 24, 2019
Oliver Gerlach commented on pavlos erevnidis's blog post Medieval Greek Chant Theoretical Streams as Scholia on the Harmonica of Claudios Ptolemaios: The Online Sources
"Quoting from Wolfram / Hannick's edition of the dialogue treatises, they did also mention a reference to Alypian notation and its letters as a reference or marker for frets (you mentioned the Greek term kavallion). Also here, there is a…"
Dec 21, 2019
Oliver Gerlach commented on pavlos erevnidis's blog post Medieval Greek Chant Theoretical Streams as Scholia on the Harmonica of Claudios Ptolemaios: The Online Sources
"Dear Pavlos Thank you for your very extensive answer which is most appreciated. I understand now better your reference to Lorenzo Tardo. There is indeed a discussion going on between experts doing fieldwork within the Arbëresh communities,…"
Dec 15, 2019
pavlos erevnidis commented on pavlos erevnidis's blog post Medieval Greek Chant Theoretical Streams as Scholia on the Harmonica of Claudios Ptolemaios: The Online Sources
"I want to be more precise about a reference of mine related to the edition of Pseudo-Damaskēnos. My critique in note [5*] of the main text of this blog was about the reading of the editors of Ps-D of an important terminus technicus, Kavál(i)a…"
Dec 15, 2019
Oliver Gerlach commented on pavlos erevnidis's blog post Medieval Greek Chant Theoretical Streams as Scholia on the Harmonica of Claudios Ptolemaios: The Online Sources
"No need to sorry. You just take your time, we are not in a hurry. I am used to Bulgarian and Greek chant editions. Thus, I am familiar with both numberings. Глась а'–и' is the common numbering of Slavic chant books since the…"
Dec 11, 2019
Oliver Gerlach commented on pavlos erevnidis's blog post Medieval Greek Chant Theoretical Streams as Scholia on the Harmonica of Claudios Ptolemaios: The Online Sources
"No need to sorry. You just take your time. I am used to Bulgarian and Greek chant editions. Thus, I am familiar with both numberings. Глась а'–и' is the common numbering of Slavic chant books since the Tipografsky Ustav (about 1100),…"
Dec 11, 2019
pavlos erevnidis commented on pavlos erevnidis's blog post Medieval Greek Chant Theoretical Streams as Scholia on the Harmonica of Claudios Ptolemaios: The Online Sources
"Sorry Oliver, I can’t answer you now; you have to wait some days… There are some misunderstandings again but I’ll try to clarify my position when I came back to Athens; be patient... But for the moment: I strongly support the idea…"
Dec 10, 2019
Oliver Gerlach commented on pavlos erevnidis's blog post Medieval Greek Chant Theoretical Streams as Scholia on the Harmonica of Claudios Ptolemaios: The Online Sources
"You are breaking my heart... I could now ask you, why do you think that Lorenzo Tardo told you not to support double numbering in order to become his authentic interpreter, and why you think that Slavic apostles and the reception of the cathedral…"
Dec 10, 2019

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Medieval Greek Chant Theoretical Streams as Scholia on the Harmonica of Claudios Ptolemaios: The Online Sources

Posted on December 1, 2019 at 17:00 28 Comments

In the present blog I’ll try to avoid terminologies and elements of Greek chant that, for one with no intimacy with the subject -a Gregorianist for example – can be perceived as foreign, difficult and laborious to deal with; mainly something exotic that should be left to those devoted to (Latin and / or Greek) music theory. I am aware that it could appear as more “neutral” and “unbiased” if I chose to simply list the online sources, but I prefer to go into more detail,…

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At 12:08 on February 3, 2016, Oliver Gerlach said…

Dear Pavlos

How shall I know that your family is from Cappadocia?

To be honest, I was not alluding to you, but there are many Greeks who were forced to leave Turkey, also many Archon Protopsaltes like Leonidas Sphekas, Thrasyvoulos Stanitsas, and Demosthenis Païkopoulos...

Why don't you open a discussion about the hyphos in Constantinople in the Byzantine group?

I would really appreciate it.

I see no relevance to the discussion of Cardine's séméologie, except that I did this comparison to imagine, how it would be, if there were several living traditions for Latin monodic chant which could be referred to a medieval past. This is the reason, why I answer you outside this discussion.
See you soon!Oliver

At 10:43 on February 3, 2016, Oliver Gerlach said…

Dear Pavlos

Let us continue this discussion in the Byzantine group (since I deal right there with a "pre-interpretation" of Al-Kindi's braid).

If you just through some keywords in the round without explaining yourself, how can I understand you, even if I tried?

At 12:12 on January 13, 2010, pavlos erevnidis said…
Je vous remercie et καλώς σάς βρήκα.
At 11:25 on January 13, 2010, Dominique Gatté said…
Kαλωσορίζω !!!
 
 
 

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