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Unedited sequence Christiana plebs letetur?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Hrvoje Beban Nov 27, 2020. 1 Reply

Dear colleagues, I have tried to track down this sequence but without success. Could someone maybe help me with it? Or suggest where to search. I already checked the AH-database and Clavis…Continue

Laudes regiae in the 20th century

Started this discussion. Last reply by Hrvoje Beban Aug 4, 2014. 6 Replies

Dear colleagues, does anybody happen to have an access to the following publication:Chants Divers pour les saluts du tres saint sacrement, edited by F. Tourte and M. Kaltnecker (3d ed.; Tournai,…Continue

 

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Hrvoje Beban replied to Hrvoje Beban's discussion Unedited sequence Christiana plebs letetur?
"I forgot to say, regarding melody, I managed to identified it: it the same one, Dominican, as used both for the Marian sequence Ave virgo gloriosa, AH 54-277, and for the one used in the feasts of St. Dominic In caelesti ierarchia, AH 55-115."
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Unedited sequence Christiana plebs letetur?

Dear colleagues, I have tried to track down this sequence but without success. Could someone maybe help me with it? Or suggest where to search. I already checked the AH-database and Clavis sequentiarum within the Cantus database. It is notated as a later addition (presumably in the early 14th ct) on the last folio of the Dominican summer antiphoner kept in Split, Croatia, of unknown provenance - possibly Dalmatian, but could be North Italian as well. It doesn't, of course, belong to the core…See More
Nov 26, 2020

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Chants des ordres religieux
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Hrvoje Beban obtained his MA in Musicology at the University of Zagreb. From 2009 to 2017 he taught courses in early music history and notation of early music at the Musicology department of the same university as an assistant lecturer. Currently he is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz (supervisor: Prof. Dr. theol. Franz Karl Prassl). His dissertation on medieval Dominican chant is focused on the comparative repertory analysis of the antiphonaries of Croatian, i.e. Dalmatian provenance. He has published articles on manuscript sources of both medieval Dominican and twentieth-century (liturgical) chant.
The main fields of my research interest are: music of the middle ages, Croatian medieval chant sources, Dominican chant, notation of early music and early music sources in general.
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At 20:38 on November 21, 2011, Dominique Gatté said…

L'été 2009 je suis allé en Croatie pour une tournée de concerts avec l'ensemble Trecanum et j'ai photographié un graduel et un antiphonaire au couvent des Dominicains de Dubrovnik (Dubrovnik Samostan sv. Dominika, Knjižnica Ms 88 et Ms 90) aussi j'ai photographié l'antiphonaire de Korcula (Korčula, Opatska riznica sv. Marka, Antiphonarium XII)

At 21:24 on November 8, 2011, Dominique Gatté said…
Bienvenue sur Musicologie Médiévale !!!
 
 
 

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