Resources for medieval musicology and liturgy
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…Continue
Added by Oliver Gerlach on December 6, 2019 at 12:30 — No Comments
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…Continue
Added by Elsa De Luca on December 3, 2019 at 13:44 — No 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,…Continue