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When the Roman Liturgy Became Frankish: Sound, Performance and Sublation in the Eighth and Ninth Centuries

 

Magnifique étude d'Eduardo Henrik Aubert qui est parue dans le dernier volume des Etudes Grégoriennes consacrée au colloque d'Auxerre (17-18 juin 2011) «Notarum figura : l'écriture musicale et le monde des signes au IXe siècle»

Un grand Merci à Eduardo Henrik Aubert pour le partage de son article :

When the Roman Liturgy Became Frankish: Sound, Performance and
Sublation in the Eighth and Ninth Centuries

Pour commander le dernier volume des Etudes Grégoriennes :

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Comment by Oliver Gerlach on October 3, 2013 at 13:57

The invention of notation seen through the prism of Hegel's dialectic philosophy of history!

I think this is something to be discussed in the groupe dedicated to Old-Roman Chant:

http://gregorian-chant.ning.com/group/vieuxromain/forum/topics/edua...

Comment by Neil Moran on September 15, 2013 at 19:08

Just published: Byzantinische Zeitschrift, volume 106, Issue 1 (Sep 2013)

Altrömische Offertoriums-Gesänge in medialen Tonarten. Zum Verhältn...

Moran, Neil

Published Online: 09/07/2013

Comment by Eduardo Henrik Aubert on September 15, 2013 at 10:40

Merci pour la diffusion, Dominique!

Comment by Marianne Kalsbeek on September 15, 2013 at 6:47

The paper can also be downloaded from Aubert's homepage:

http://cambridge.academia.edu/EduardoHenrikAubert

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