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New Book about Romanian-Orthodox and Post-Byzantine Chant

A collection of essays was published by Nicolae Gheorghiţă:

"Byzantine Chant between Constantinople and the Danubian Principalities"

Bucarest: Editura Sophia, 2010.

Presentation of the book:

http://www.razbointrucuvant.ro/anunturi/2010/12/12/concert-de-colin...

Please use this link to buy the book directly at the publisher:

http://www.sophia.ro/Byzantine-chant-between-Constantinople-and-the...

I. Byzantine Chant in the Romanian Principalities during
the Phanariot Period (1711 – 1821): 1
COMPOSING AND CHANTING IN THE ORTHODOX CHURCH,
Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Orthodox
Church Music, The International Society of Orthodox Church Music &
University of Joensuu, Eds. Ivan Moody and Maria Takala-Roszczenko,
Finland (2009), pp. 65-97

II. Secular Music at the Romanian Princely Courts during
the Phanariot Epoch (1711 – 1821): 37
NEW EUROPE COLLEGE YEARBOOK (2008-2009 [forthcoming])

III. Dionysios Photeinos (Moraitēs) (b. 1777 – d. 10 Oct 1821): 83
THE CANTERBURY DICTIONARY OF HYMNOLOGY, UK
(forthcoming)

IV. Nikēphoros Kantouniarēs (Nautouniarēs)
(b. c. 1770 – d. c. 1830): 87
THE CANTERBURY DICTIONARY OF HYMNOLOGY, UK
(forthcoming)

V. The Anastasimatarion of Dionysios Photeinos (1777 – 1821): 91
ACTA MUSICAE BYZANTINAE 4 (May 2002),
The Iaşi Centre for Byzantine Studies, pp. 99 – 109

VI. Διονύσιος Φωτεινός: Τὸ Ἀναστασιματάριον: 103
ΠΟΛΥΦΩΝΙΑ (POLYPHONY) 16 (Spring 2010), Athens, pp. 88 – 111

VII. Συντακτικές καὶ μορφολογικές παρατηρήσεις στὸ
Ἀναστασιματάριο τοῦ Διονυσίου Φωτεινοῦ· ἦχος βαρύς: 127
THEORIA AND PRAXIS OF THE PSALTIC ART: THE
OKTAECHIA, Acta of the Third International Congress of Byzantine
Musicology and Psaltic Art, Ed. Gregorios Stathis, Athens, 17-21
October 2006, Holy Synod of the Church of Greece, Institute of Byzantine
Musicology, Athens (2010), pp. 351 – 366

VIII. Byzantine Music Treatises in the Manuscripts Fund in
Romania. The Case of Gr. MS no. 9 from the National
Archives in Drobeta Turnu – Severin: 135
TRADITION AND INNOVATION IN LATE- AND
POSTBYZANTINE LITURGICAL CHANT. Acta of the Congress
held at Hernen Castle, the Netherlands [30 October – 3 November 2008]
(forthcoming)

IX. Οι καλλιτεχνικές και μουσικολογικές σπουδές
Βυζαντινής Μουσικής στη Ρουμανία: 163
ΚΕΝΤΡΟ ΕΚΚΛΗΣΙΑΣΤΙΚΗΣ ΜΟΥΣΙΚΗΣ, ΒΥΖΑΝΤΙΝΗ
ΛΕΙΤΟΥΡΓΙΚΗ ΣΚΗΝΗ, Β’ ΔΙΕΘΝΕΣ ΣΥΝΕΔΡΙΟ ΒΥΖΑΝΤΙΝΗΣ
ΜΟΥΣΙΚΗΣ. ΔΙΑΠΑΝΕΠΙΣΤΗΜΙΑΚΗ ΣΥΝΕΡΓΑΣΙΑ. Επιμόρφωση
– Εξομοίωση – Μεταπτυχιακές Σπουδές, Thessaloniki, 9 – 10 December
2004 (forthcoming)

X. Tradition and Renewal in the Romanian Byzantine Music
Education: 167
ΚΕΝΤΡΟ ΕΚΚΛΗΣΙΑΣΤΙΚΗΣ ΜΟΥΣΙΚΗΣ, ΒΥΖΑΝΤΙΝΗ
ΛΕΙΤΟΥΡΓΙΚΗ ΣΚΗΝΗ, Α’ ΔΙΕΘΝΕΣ ΣΥΝΕΔΡΙΟ ΒΥΖΑΝΤΙΝΗΣ
ΜΟΥΣΙΚΗΣ. ΔΙΑΠΑΝΕΠΙΣΤΗΜΙΑΚΗ ΣΥΝΕΡΓΑΣΙΑ. Έρευνα –
Εκπαίδευση – Καλλιτεχνικό έργο, Thessaloniki, 30 – 31 October 2003
(forthcoming)

XI. Some Observations on the Structure of the «Nouthesia pros
tous mathitas» by Chrysaphes the Younger from the Gr. MS no.
840 in the Library of the Romanian Academy (A.D. 1821): 171
ACTA MUSICAE BYZANTINAE 7 (May 2004), The Iaşi Centre for
Byzantine Studies, pp. 47 – 59. Republished in THEORY AND PRAXIS
OF THE PSALTIC ART. THE GENERA AND CATEGORIES OF
THE BYZANTINE MELOPOEIA, Acta of the Second International
Congress of Byzantine Musicology and Psaltic Art, Ed. Gregorios Stathis,
Athens, 15-19 October 2003, Holy Synod of the Church of Greece, Institute of
Byzantine Musicology, Athens (2006), pp. 271 – 289

XII. The kalophonic Idiom in the Second Half of the 18th Century.
The Koinonika Αἰνεῖτε τὸν Κύριον in the First Authentic
Mode: 191
ACTA MUSICAE BYZANTINAE 5 (May 2003), The Iaşi Centre for
Byzantine Studies, pp. 45 – 50

XIII. The Structure of Sunday Koinonikon in the Post – Byzantine
Era: 201
TRADITION AND INNOVATION IN LATE- AND
POSTBYZANTINE LITURGICAL CHANT. Acta of the Congress
held at Hernen Castle, the Netherlands, in April 2005. EASTERN
CHRISTIAN STUDIES, vol. 8 (ed. by Gerda WOLFRAM), A. A. Bredius
Foundation. PEETERS (Leuven – Paris – Dudley), MA (2008), pp. 331-
355


XIV. Observations on the Technique of Transcription (εξήγησις)
into the New Method of Analytical Music Notation of the
Sunday Koinonikon of the 18th Century: 225
“Festschrift zu Gerda Wolframs 70. Geburtstag”. “Edition Praesens,
Wien” (forthcoming 2011)

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Comment by Marina Piniés on September 18, 2015 at 22:12

Merci beaucoup de m'avoir permis de profiter d'autant d'informations!!!!!

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