Dublin and Moone

Intérêt principal (principal interest)

Grégorien, Ars antiqua, Vieux-Romain, Hispanique, Ambrosien, Chants des ordres religieux, Liturgie, Manuscrits (paléographie)

Présentation: travaux et (ou) intérêts (Presentation: works and (or) interests)

Liturgical chant traditions of the British Isles, Normandy and north-western Europe; Chant traditions of the religious orders; Medieval liturgy and liturgical books; Simple polyphony;

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  • Hello Frank,

    Glad to hear from you. Sounds like you´ve found a perfect work for you. I´ve been lately between Finland and France , where I´ve studied further chant. I work as an educator and I´m preparing my Phd gradually . I´ve been sailing between western and eastern (byzantine) sources, which can get a bit complicated.

    I noticed You´ve interest in Norman sources - I did preparatory work last year with Norman sources for my Phd. Do you know Olivier Diard from Rouen- he´s done very interesting work on modality in Norman offices for his doctorate.

    Regards to Ireland, Marja


  • Hello Franck, how are you? a coïncidence: I've just heard today the new cd from Aine!! Ireland is in my sunday; best wishes, Caroline


  • Bienvenue sur Musicologie Médiévale !!!
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Frank Lawrence commented on Dominique Gatté's blog post Download all Ordines romani by Andrieu
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Frank Lawrence left a comment for Marja Korkala
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It's good to hear from you and thanks for getting in touch. I'm very well and hope you are too. I finished my PhD in 2008 and am working as a lecturer in Medieval and Renaissance music at University College Dublin since then. Anne…"
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