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Actualités MM et MMMO (semaine 23/20)

Chers amis,

Chers membres du Réseau Musicologie Médiévale,

Tout d'abord, je suis très heureux de vous annoncer ma nomination au sein de Neumz !

Complete Gregorian Chant

In the Palm of your…

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Added by Dominique Gatté on June 7, 2020 at 22:00 — 2 Comments

Sacris erudiri : All online !

Très bonne nouvelle !

Après avoir quelques temps disparu, tous les volumes des Sacris Erudiri sont de nouveau en ligne et téléchargeables !

Encore une fois, vive…

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Added by Dominique Gatté on June 6, 2020 at 14:18 — No Comments

Actualités MM et MMMO (semaine 22/20) - 12 news index

Chers amis,

Chers membres du Réseau Musicologie Médiévale,

Dans cette période particulière que nous traversons, je me suis fait un peu plus discret sur les réseaux sociaux, mais…

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Added by Dominique Gatté on May 31, 2020 at 0:00 — No Comments

The Klara Mechkova's books on Tetraphonia and Triphonia

Dear friends, I would like to present to you two books by Bulgarian researcher musicologist and professor of music history Klara Mechkova.



Over the last decade, she has published two books on Tetraphonia and Triphonia as the major systems of the Byzantine…

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Added by Nikola Antonov on April 7, 2020 at 12:00 — 24 Comments

New Book on Carolingian Courtschool

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Une belle et somptueuse publication, nourrie et illustrée, à l'issue d'un colloque et d'une magnifique exposition à la bibliothèque de la Ville de Trèves (Trier) en novembre 2018.

Un chapitre regroupe quatre articles de J.-F. Goudesenne, S.…

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Added by GOUDESENNE on March 27, 2020 at 11:55 — No Comments

Actualités MM et MMMO (semaine 9/20)



I-Bc : Q 03 (Fr 022)

Dans la MMMO Database :

7369 sources

18571 chants…

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Added by Dominique Gatté on March 1, 2020 at 20:00 — No Comments

Actualités MM et MMMO (semaine 8/20)

I-Rvat : Vat lat 04770

Dans la MMMO Database :

7343 sources

16972…

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Added by Dominique Gatté on February 23, 2020 at 19:35 — No Comments

Actualités MM et MMMO (semaine 7/20)

Dans la MMMO Database :

Nouvelles options de téléchargement et de vue d'ensemble des index :

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Index en cours…

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Added by Dominique Gatté on February 16, 2020 at 3:05 — 4 Comments

Actualités MM et MMMO (semaine 6/20)

Dans la MMMO Database :

Deux projets d'indexations sont maintenant accueillis sur notre site :

CANTUS IMPERII

MMMO welcomes the Cantus Imperii project indexes medieval manuscript between the 8th and the 15th…

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Added by Dominique Gatté on February 8, 2020 at 18:30 — No Comments

Actualités MM et MMMO (semaine 5/20)

Cette semaine a encore été très riche sur Musicologie Médiévale et MMMO.

Dans le réseau Musicologie Médiévale :

Jean-François Goudesenne à partagé un appel à contribution pour un livre collectif :

SCRIPTOR, CANTOR & NOTATOR :

Matérialités du son dans les Manuscrits de Chant…

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Added by Dominique Gatté on February 1, 2020 at 18:01 — No Comments

Actualités MM et MMMO (semaine 4/20)

Depuis l'annonce de l'index des pièces notées du missel de Compiègne sur MMMO, je n'ai pas donné de nouvelles de la base de données.

Je reprends ici, ce que j'ai publié sur les réseaux sociaux cette dernière semaine.

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Nouvel index en cours pour MMMO : Graduel et antiphonaire…

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Added by Dominique Gatté on January 25, 2020 at 15:30 — 1 Comment

How to use tags at the network Musicologie médiévale

Here is just a short description, how it works, since I realised that even experienced members who are inscribed here since many years, seem not to understand. Dominique might put a link from the page  « aide » (“help”) to this blogue entry.

One important information right at the beginning: nobody is obliged to tag own posts and you are usually free to delete or to change your posts or your tags, whenever you like!

If you leave the last field at the foot open, it will not cause…

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Added by Oliver Gerlach on December 6, 2019 at 12:30 — No Comments

Call for Papers: Music Encoding Conference, Tufts University, May 26-29, 2020

Call for Papers:  Music Encoding Conference, 26-29 May, 2020 (Boston, MA)

The Music Encoding Conference is the annual meeting of the Music Encoding Initiative (MEI) community and all who are interested in the digital representation of music.  We are pleased to announce our call for papers, posters, panels, and workshops. The…

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Added by Elsa De Luca on December 3, 2019 at 13:44 — No Comments

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

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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Added by pavlos erevnidis on December 1, 2019 at 17:00 — 28 Comments

Eric Werner's “The Sacred Bridge” at archive.org

Eric Werner's famous and classical studies about the way, how Christian chant developed out of Synagogal chant is available online. The book has a detailed general index (names, places and terms), a huge glossary, and a scriptural index. The study was many times reviewed and discussed still decades after its publication in 1959 (see tag "Tropologion” within the…

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Added by Oliver Gerlach on November 9, 2019 at 7:32 — No Comments

Cantus Planus Telc 15-19/2020 : Seeking Contributors for Paleofrankish Notations ?

Dear colleagues,

Would someone be interested to contribute to a session concerning a comparative study of Paleofrankish neumes between

East and West ? 

Comparing melodies for Mass or Elder Historiae from 9th c. (for ex. s. Dionysius) between french western sources like Soissons (BnF lat. 15614) or Nevers with german ones (Düsseldorf) could confirm the hypotheses defended by Wulf Arlt 9 years ago in Royaumont…  

Don't hesitate to contact me, in the aim to…

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Added by GOUDESENNE on October 28, 2019 at 21:46 — No Comments

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