Questo gruppo non è solo dedicato alle tradizioni liturgiche d'Italia meridionale, ma anche alle altre regioni dell'Adriatico (come Macedonia, Albania, Bosnia, il Kosovo, Serbia, Croazia, Slovenia, Veneto, Aquilea, Ravenna, Marche, Abruzzo e Molise) dove la cosidetta scrittura beneventana e quelli neumi erano comuni. I cambiamenti più radicali nei monasteri latini e greci erano durante il periodo normanno, da quando il primato del papato era garantito dai principi normanni per affirmare loro potere dalla popolazione locale. Quindi l'organizzazione di una riforma del monacesimo latino riusciva finalmente sotto l'abbaziato di Desiderio a Montecassino. Come richiesto dal papa il reame di Taifa Sicilia fu conquistato, e per la prima volta nella storia l'amministrazione delle provincie ecclesiatiche in questa isola fu realizzata dai re normanni. La maggioranza dei manoscritti bizantini con la notazione musicale e dei manoscritti o rotoli beneventani era creata durante il regno dei Normanni e degli Staufer. Aristocratici franconormanni ebbero spacciato l'amministrazione bizantina e araba nei temata e la provincia Taifa dei Fatimidi dalle loro conquiste. La vera chiave di questo successo politico era che riconoscevano la giurisprudenza araba (sharī'a) ed anche diventavano molto attivi con le greche (e le latine) fondazioni monastiche.

 

Il gruppo si occupa della ricca diversità delle tradizioni locali (sia latine, greche o slave) del Sud e dell'Adriatico tra il XI al XV secolo, e come erano continuate o dissipate dopo. Contributi in italiano, francese or inglese sono benvenuti!

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This group is dedicated to the liturgical traditions of Southern Italy, but also to other regions of the Adria (as Macedonia, Albania, Bosnia, Kosovo, Serbia, Dalmatia, Slovenia, Veneto, Aquilea, Ravenna, Marche, Abruzzo and Molise) where the so called Beneventan scripture and neume notation was widespread. The most changes as well of Latin as Greek monasteries were during the Norman period of Southern Italy, when the primacy of Papacy was accepted by Norman rulers in order to establish their power over the local population. Hence, a reform of the Latin monasticism could be organized by Abbot Desiderius of Montecassino. Charged with the conquest of Arab Sicily, the administration of Sicilian church provinces was constituted under Norman Kings. Most of the Byzantine manuscripts with musical notation, of Beneventan manuscripts and Exultet rolls were written in Norman Italy. Franconorman aristocrats expelled the Arabian and Byzantine administration of the themata and the Fatimid taifa province by their conquests, but they accepted the Arabic jurisdiction in Sicily and founded Greek monasteries as well.

This group is dedicated to the rich local traditions of the Adria and of Southern Italy between the 11th and the 15th century, and how these traditions were continued or expelled later. Contributions in English, in French and in Italian are equally welcome.

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Online : Les manuscrits en écriture bénéventaine (Mallet - Thibaut)

Les trois volumes de Dom Jean Mallet et Dom André Thibaut sur les manuscrits en écritures bénéventaine sont maintenant en lignes sur Persée et téléchargable en PDF !  Les manuscrits en écriture bénéventaine de la Bibliothèque capitulaire de Bénévent.  Tome I : Manuscrits 1-18 Tome II : Manuscrits 19-23, 25-31, 33-40, 42, 44, 66, 68 et fragments. Formulaires liturgiques (messes) Tome III : Formulaires liturgiques (offices). Tables et index  

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Monte cassino 318 ONLINE

Le très riche manuscrit 318 de la Biblioteca Abbaziale du Monte cassino est accessible en ligne !Ce manuscrit de théorie de la musique de la fin du XIème siècle originaire de la région bénévenaine contient une compilation d'un très grand nombre de texte https://omnes.dbseret.com/montecassino/view.jsp?cid=IT-FR0084_00318&did=IT-FR0084_00318_0002 

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Beneventan chant with Tetyana Shyshnyak, ASSOCIATION ORBISOPHIA

dear friends,we are happy to invite you to listen to the reconstructed beneventan chant repertory which were discovered thanks to local notated sources preserved at the biblioteca capitolare. Our cultural association "Orbisophia" (Benevento) together with its Schola Cantorum work to divulgate and promote this unique repertory thanks to the collaboration with Prof. Matthew Peattie and based on his splendid edition. But we are open to collaborate and to meet all researchers in this field. welcome…

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  • Thanks Roger Reynolds. Don Faustino was a nice and humble monk. I can't believe he's no more there.

  • Our friends interested in Beneventan manuscripts will be saddened by the news today of the death of Don Faustino Avagliano, Archivist of Montecassino. RIP

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