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August 20


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Grégorien, Ars antiqua, Ars nova, Hispanique, Théorie musicale, Manuscrits (paléographie)


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I am musicologist, guitarist and composer. I am teacher of music notation in Spain.


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https://www.manueltizon.com


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  • Il s'agit de l'indication de la "touche noire", exactement comme l'utilisation d'une boucle dans la notation des tablatures postérieures. Ce "m" accompagne également les autres lettres habituelles :

    9126775660?profile=original 9126775486?profile=originalQuant aux Bfa et Bmi, ils sont notés ainsi :

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  • Thank you very much Père

  • Soyez le bienvenu à Semiologie grégorienne.

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Lukas Matousek replied to Manuel Tizón's discussion King David with an aerophone? in Medieval and Renaissance wind instruments
"Dear Manuel,
David is depicted also with other wind instrument. Clothed in linen ephod, he plays buisine before arch, as is written in II.Sam. 6/14,15: “Porro David erat accinctus ephod lineo. Et David et omnis domus Israel ducebant arcam Domini in…"
Nov 19, 2017
Olivier Féraud replied to Manuel Tizón's discussion King David with an aerophone? in Medieval and Renaissance wind instruments
"Dears,
in the last picture, he also carry a hurdy-gurdy! I think that, together with the recorder (the harp being a proper David's attribute), these intruments have to be considered as attributs of a minstrel's status...
The association three-holes…"
Nov 18, 2017
Jean-Noël Catrice replied to Manuel Tizón's discussion King David with an aerophone? in Medieval and Renaissance wind instruments
"hello Manuel,

thank you for this picture.
David is playing a 3 holes flute. I am surprised that, with his right hand, he plays  a little bell
instead of a drum. Somebody has an explanation ?

I wonder if  the use of a flute would just mean that…"
Nov 18, 2017
Oliver Gerlach replied to Manuel Tizón's discussion Page (Cantigas Santa Maria) in Troubadours, trouvères et autres chants vernaculaires
"Very well done — and without "Kartoffelnotation"!"
Oct 28, 2015
Manuel Tizón replied to Manuel Tizón's discussion Music and lyrics in Medieval Polyphony 1440-1600
"Thank you Christian, I will get the book. I am having difficulties in finding specific bibliography in this area.

Best wishes,

Manuel"
Apr 10, 2015
Christian Berger replied to Manuel Tizón's discussion Music and lyrics in Medieval Polyphony 1440-1600
"I formulated some points in my book Hexachord, Mensur und Textstruktur. Studien zum französischen Lied im 14. Jahrhundert ( = Beihefte zum Archiv für Musikwissenschaft 35), Stuttgart 1992, p. 57-84 with a discussion of the literature. You can find…"
Apr 10, 2015
Manuel Tizón replied to Christoph Dohrmann's discussion A handbook for historical performance practice(s) of Western chant traditions in Performance Practice
"Wuau, interesting indeed! I second the Karin's question.

All the best

Manuel"
Mar 15, 2015
Manuel Tizón replied to Dominique Gatté's discussion "Winchester Troper" en ligne
"Hi Dominique:
the links are broken
Try this one: http://parkerweb.stanford.edu/parker/actions/page_turner.do?ms_no=4...

Regards"
Mar 9, 2015
Ricossa replied to Manuel Tizón's discussion Paper Blackley in Mensuralistes
"equivalence : Laon : "uncinus" - uirga = Eins. uirga - "tractulus" alone OR uirga-tractulus + epis. inside rapid groups

Laon punctus (-um) = Cantatorium punctus (-um) (or uirga-"tractulus" celeriter) ; Eins. uirga-"tractulus" celeriter

The…"
Jan 10, 2015
Alasdair Codona replied to Manuel Tizón's discussion Paper Blackley in Mensuralistes
"Mr Ricossa,
It is key that the Laon episematic virga / tractulus used for one pitch syllables has its alternative in a punctum being used for one pitch syllables, and that there is a similar pairing of alternatives in Einsiedeln with the virga and…"
Jan 10, 2015
Ricossa replied to Manuel Tizón's discussion Paper Blackley in Mensuralistes
""performing single pitches on single syllables to the same duration as one half of a round pes rather than to the same duration as one half of a squared pes."
Exactly. For the restant if your considerations, yes, the "St Gallen" notation has an…"
Jan 8, 2015
Alasdair Codona replied to Manuel Tizón's discussion Paper Blackley in Mensuralistes
"Mr Ricossa,
Despite Mr Weber's claims - however he chooses to phrase them - regarding R John Blackley, I remember Nick Sandon once commenting in a lecture that "in a way, we are all proportionalists now".  Oscar Mascarenas certainly used to teach…"
Jan 8, 2015
Alasdair Codona replied to Manuel Tizón's discussion Paper Blackley in Mensuralistes
"Mr Weber,
I note that there is no forthcoming substantiation on your part of the statements of yours about me which I have drawn attention to, and that there is no forthcoming clarification on your part of the points I have requested clarification…"
Jan 8, 2015
Ricossa replied to Manuel Tizón's discussion Paper Blackley in Mensuralistes
"I think a real problem of "early" mensuralism comes from the poor knowledge of the neumes. The theories of Houdard didn't really take account of the manuscripts (although they are still somehow valid for the interpretation of the aquitanian or early…"
Jan 6, 2015
Jerome F. Weber replied to Manuel Tizón's discussion Paper Blackley in Mensuralistes
"Mr Codona, "precisely the same thing" is not at all the case. Proportionalists interpret the same medieval theorists and draw diametrically opposite conclusions, as Apel pointed out in 1958. Semiologists interpret the pitches of the neumes…"
Jan 6, 2015
Alasdair Codona replied to Manuel Tizón's discussion Paper Blackley in Mensuralistes
"Mr Ricossa,
Thank you for that link.  I always find it curious for various semiologists to be offering various interpretations of the same chants in performance and then criticising proportionalists for variously doing precisely the same thing.…"
Jan 6, 2015
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