Resources for medieval musicology and liturgy
This group (like any other one I opened) is dedicated to the comparative research between liturgical traditions. Concerning the subject of the Byzantine heritage of Orthodox chant, methodologies in this field were always forced to be comparative, because the nature of all the different neumes used by notators of Eastern Chant (Armenian, Georgian, ekphonetics, Byzantine notations developed between Antioch, Jerusalem, Sinai and Constantinople, the Slavic notation and its own tonal system etc.) was always to make a difference from the background and the foreground of realisation which was called the "thesis of the melos" in Greek terminology.
I wish not to discuss, if the Coptic tradition was based or influenced by the Hagiopolite oktoechos or not, I just would like to emphasise that this group is open to treat the subject of Coptic and Ethiopian chant as well, as any other Christian tradition of the Mediterranean, including its various exchanges with close Sephardic, Kurdish, Sufi and berber traditions. It does not exclude any tradition without any regard whether it developed dependently or independently of the Byzantine and the Ottoman empire.
Any language is welcome (including Slavonic languages and Greek or any other language), in my experience English is very important to discuss the meaning of Greek terms, and how they were translated and transferred into various languages. It includes all living traditions (also those of Old Believers) and all questions concerning their past back to the earliest tropologia (Iadgari, Šaraknoc', Tropligin), papyrus fragments and lectionaries.
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Leipzig, Universitätsbibliothek Leipzig, Cod. gr. 78Heirmoi/Katabasiai für den EvangelismosContinue
Le protopsalte Lykourgos Angelopoulos qui enseigne à l'école musique de l'église grecque à Athènes, a écrit sur les traditions et les écoles diverses depuis le XIXe siècle. Lui-même était l'étudiant chez Simon Karas. Ça explique sa réfèrence à…Continue
This manuscript is knows as Yale fragment, written by Peter Lampadarie for archbishop of Sarajevo, written on Church Slavic with Greek letters. Written for service in Serbian Orthodox Churh.…Continue
This is a list of published manuscripts:Source for list is a book A Descriptive Catalogue of the Musical Manuscript Collection of the National Library of Greece…Continue
Catalogue of the Greek manuscripts on Mount Athos /Edited for the syndics of the University Press, by Spyr. P. Lambros.2 volsOnline on Digital Library of Modern Greek Studies, Anemi…Continue
Long cycleEchos protos (1963):I also insert the recordings for the cherouvika in the other echoi since you can also download the partitions.Echos devteros:Longer version (1959):Echos plagios protos (Hypapante, 1961):Echos plagios devteros:Echos…Continue
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