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Ressources pour la musicologie médiévale et la liturgie: manuscrits, outils de recherche, bibliographies...

Resources for medieval musicology and liturgy: manuscripts, research tools, bibliographies...

 

Créé par Dominique Gatté et Administré par l'Association Musicologie Médiévale

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Une brève histoire: l’association Musicologie Médiévale naît en 2006 de la rencontre entre Dominique Crochu et Dominique Gatté. Dès 2007 le site Gregofacsimil est ouvert et publie une édition musicale des répons présents dans l'antiphonaire de Hartker par Dominique Crochu et le fichier "Manuscrits Internet" mis au point par Dominique Gatté qui va devenir MMMO en 2016.
En 2009, c'est la création par Dominique Gatté du réseau "Musicologie Médiévale", regroupant plus de 3000 membres, réunissant chercheurs et interprètes. Depuis 2012 le Réseau Musicologie Médiévale est partenaire de DIAMM (Digital Image Archive of Medieval Music, Oxford Faculty of Music). En 2016, le Réseau Musicologie Médiévale prend la suite du « Forum des musiques médiévales » de l'APEMUTAM.
Encore en 2016, c'est la création de la MMMO Database (Medieval music manuscripts online database) faisant parti du Cantus Index Network dirigé par Debra Lacoste (University of Waterloo).

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Nicole FORT is now a member of Musicologie Médiévale
8 hours ago
Oliver Gerlach replied to Oliver Gerlach's discussion Musicology today 20 (2014): Georgian Chant (Musica sacra III) in Byzantine chant and all Oriental, Caucasian and Slavonic liturgies
"The whole journal and its web presence has been carefully reworked and each contribution, also from past issues, can be downloaded now as pdf."
Dec 2
Oliver Gerlach replied to Oliver Gerlach's discussion Musicology today 24 (2015): Armenian Chant (Musica sacra IV) in Byzantine chant and all Oriental, Caucasian and Slavonic liturgies
"Links have been updated"
Dec 2
Daniel Saulnier and José Luis Palazón are now friends
Nov 27
Dominique Gatté posted a discussion in Répertoire des manuscrits médiévaux notés
 
Brussel - Koninklijke Bibliotheek van België / Bruxelles - Bibliothèque royale de Belgique
Ms. 9085

 
Nov 26
Michael Scott Cuthbert replied to Christian Berger's discussion Pz (F-Pn frs. nouv. acq. 4917)
"This has been a wonderful resource for me.  Thank you Christian!"
Nov 25
Jude Famchon is now a member of Musicologie Médiévale
Nov 24
Francesco Righini is now a member of Musicologie Médiévale
Nov 21
Matthias Bry and Père Jacques-Marie Guilmard are now friends
Nov 19
Jamie Reuland is now a member of Musicologie Médiévale
Nov 19
Oliver Gerlach left a comment on Troubadours, trouvères et autres chants vernaculaires
"Alors, qu'est-ce qu'on va faire ?"
Nov 17
Dominique Gatté left a comment on Troubadours, trouvères et autres chants vernaculaires
"Suite à la nouvelle version en place.
C'est un bazar sans nom depuis le nouveau ning..."
Nov 17
Oliver Gerlach left a comment on Troubadours, trouvères et autres chants vernaculaires
"J'ètais déjà inscrit ici. Comment peut-on s'inscrire du nouveau ?"
Nov 17
Oliver Gerlach replied to Oliver Gerlach's discussion Pasqua 2019: Lamento greco del Sud (XXI secolo) in Beneventan Chant, Ravenna Chant, Norman Chant, the Greek Rite, and the Slavic Rite in Southern Italy and of the Adria
"Tradition at Piana degli Albanesi (Arb. Hora e Arbëreshëvet) on the island of Sicily
Historical field recording by Ottavio Tiby (14 March 1953):
Egkomion 1 Ἡ ζωή ἐν τάφῳ
My transcription of the Arbëresh version which is quite different from the one…"
Nov 17
Matthias Bry posted a discussion in Répertoires liturgiques
Le psautier des matines romaines du dimanche au TP appelle trois antiennes de même structure :- Allelúja, * lapis revolútus est, allelúja: ab óstio monuménti, allelúja, allelúja. (presque, mais pas exactement, CAO 1345)- Allelúja, * quem quæris…
Nov 17
Sylvain Pénard is now a member of Musicologie Médiévale
Nov 17
Daniel Torelli updated their profile
Nov 9
Oliver Gerlach replied to Krisztina Waliczky's discussion Who is the author of the melody of "Puer Natus in Betlehem Alleluia"? in Répertoires liturgiques
"I understood very well, but this comparison seems hardly be a coincidence, I think we have to compare and have a closer look at all three to understand this Benedicamus tropus."
Nov 8
Oliver Gerlach replied to Krisztina Waliczky's discussion Who is the author of the melody of "Puer Natus in Betlehem Alleluia"? in Répertoires liturgiques
"No, on the contrary we hit the nail right on its head!
There are also motets composed over the same tune with three different texts at the same time (every genre, whatever you like!), while the 4-part clausula in F (ff. 7v-8r) is just a 4-part…"
Nov 8
Peter Marzec replied to Dr. Dirk van Kampen's discussion Gregorian and Old-Roman chant
" Thank you for sharing, Dr. van Kampen. I will definitely take a look. I'm not a scholar though so I may not too much to offer as a proper commentary. "
Nov 8
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MUSICOLOGY IN PROGRESS (Call for Proposals)

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    MUSICOLOGY IN PROGRESS

    International Music & Musicology Students Conference
    Convegno Internazionale di Studenti di Musica e Musicologia
    Congreso Internacional de Estudiantes de Música y Musicología


    CALL FOR PROPOSALS
    [English / Italiano / Español]

    The Musicology and Cultural Heritage Students’ Society of the University of Pavia,…

  • Created by: Deivis Herrera
  • Tags: conference, call for proposals, call for papers, music, musicology

Call for Participants - Study on Medieval Music and Room Acoustics

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    [En français ci-dessous]

    Dear all,

    I’d like to invite your participation in a web-based study to examine the reception of several styles of medieval vocal music within varying performance spaces.

    Requirements for participation:

    • Familiarity with medieval music and historically-informed practice
    • A computer with an internet connection and the Chrome browser
    • A pair of wired headphones
    • Normal hearing without impairments

    The study is…

  • Created by: Sarabeth Mullins
  • Tags: study invitation, ars antiqua, liturgy