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All Discussions Tagged 'Oktoechos' (34)

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Origine byzantine des antiennes carolingiens pour la Fête de l'Épiphanie

Oliver Gerlach pour Allain Ferrand: On dit que les chants du propre de la messe du 1° dimanche après l'Epiphanie serait d'origine byzantin…

Started by Oliver Gerlach

3 Dec 14, 2015
Reply by Ricossa

Research and Publication Centre (KERE) by Manolis K. Hatziyakoumis

Some years ago, I had to ask Greek friends to buy these CDs in the bookstores of the Orthodox church, today you can buy them directly onlin…

Started by Oliver Gerlach

0 Dec 1, 2015

Great Mediterranean Composers As a European initiative Ottoman composers who used Byzantine neumes, had been tran…

Started by Oliver Gerlach

0 Dec 1, 2015

Ragheb Moftah, Marian Robertson & Martha Roy: Article about Coptic Music

Moftah, R., Robertson, M. & Roy, M., Coptic Music. Claremont Coptic Encyclopedia.

Started by Oliver Gerlach

0 Mar 25, 2014

The Homepage of Emmanouil Giannopoulos

Just as a welcome of one of the new members here, I would like to recommend the homepage by Emmanouil Giannopoulos, which is very rich of m…

Started by Oliver Gerlach

1 Feb 25, 2014
Reply by Frédéric Tavernier-Vellas

Centonisation byzantine

Cher Fédon Nicolaou Vous n'avez pas encore récu aucune réponse, et je n'expecte pas qu'on peut vous donner une réponse pour la tradition by…

Started by Oliver Gerlach

2 Nov 18, 2013
Reply by Oliver Gerlach

Peter Jeffery about the "Oktoechos as the Origins of the Byzantine Musical Tradition"

Peter Jeffery's Lecture at Axion Estin Foundation held at White Plains Jeffery, Peter, 2001. The Earliest Oktōēchoi : The Role of Jerusale…

Started by Oliver Gerlach

0 Aug 8, 2013

Stig Simeon Frøyshov: About the Earliest Evidence concerning the Monastic and the Cathedral Rite of Jerusalem

Please have a look on a paper which has been finally published last year: Introduction The scholarly interest of the liturgy of Jerusalem r…

Started by Oliver Gerlach

0 Mar 6, 2013

Musicology Today Online 12 (2012): Musica sacra I

“Musica Sacra”       The reconstruction of medieval and post-medieval sacred musical practices – especially European ones – still represent…

Started by Oliver Gerlach

0 Nov 11, 2012

Doxastikon oktaechon Θεαρχίω νεύματι

This Doxastikon, which has to be performed now for the Vesper of the dormition of Theotokos, is one of the oldest chants in the book Stiche…

Started by Oliver Gerlach

5 Sep 29, 2012
Reply by Oliver Gerlach



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