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Hollandrinus new "The coniunctae of the Traditio Iohannis Hollandrini in medieval sources of liturgical chant"

The coniunctae of the Traditio Iohannis Hollandrini in medieval sources of liturgical chant


Over twenty late-medieval music-theoretical treatises or constellations of music-theoretical material have survived which are linked by their subject-matter, extensive concordant passages, their Central European distribution and (in many cases) their references to the teachings of one Johannes Hollandrinus. Hollandrinus's identity cannot be ascertained precisely. The writings have been the subject of a wide-ranging scholarly project directed by Elżbieta Witkowska-Zaremba and Michael Bernhard, supported by the Polish Academy of Sciences and the Bavarian Academy of Sciences. Editions of the treatises have been published in five volumes, with an introductory volume which elucidates the nature of the theoretical material and its historical context. Two further volumes containing studies of aspects of the Hollandrinus teaching, concordances and indices complete the series of publications. (Follow the link below to see the contents of the volumes.)


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Comment by Ricossa on February 5, 2016 at 10:20

Yes, Franz, old known facts, still surprising for many musicologists after a whole century...

Comment by Franz Karl PRASSL on February 5, 2016 at 6:43

Great work done!

And some examples e.g. IN Adorate give great evidence for the trueness of the versions in the GRAUDALE NOVUM (if one wants to see it or not...)

Jacobsthal has known these facts more than 100 years before ... it’s time to practise...


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