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Les anciens répertoires de plain-chant /
Michel Hugo.
imprint
Aldershot, Hampshire, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, c2005.
description
1 v. (various pagings) : ill.
ISBN
0860789454 (alk. paper)
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imprint
Aldershot, Hampshire, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, c2005.
isbn
0860789454 (alk. paper)
contents note
Vieux-romain -- Aquiléien -- Gallican -- Hispanique -- Pièces gréco-latines.
language note
In French, German, or Italian; includes introduction in French with English translation.
catalogue key
5348769
 
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
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Summaries
Unpaid Annotation
The differences between Old-Roman, Ambrosian, Aquileian, Gallican and Hispanic chant, and their interconnections with each other and the Gregorian chant occupied Michel Huglo in his early career, and he returned to these questions in the 1980s and 1990s. The present volume, the second in the set of four to be published in the Variorum series, brings all this work together.
Long Description
The differences between Old-Roman, Ambrosian, Aquileian, Gallican, and Hispanic chant, and their interconnections with each other and the Gregorian chant occupied Michel Huglo in his early career, although he returned to these questions in the 1980s and 1990s. The present volume, the second in the set of four to be published in the Variorum series, brings all this work together. Huglo's 1954 article, the first to describe the sources for Old Roman chant, recognized as distinct from Gregorian chant, is of primary significance for the historiography of Western plainchant, because it opened the debate on the relationship between Old Roman and Gregorian chant. The final section presents articles on the Latin version of the Akathistos hymn and on Byzantine chants translated into Latin that became part of the Western plainchant repertory.Les différences entre les répertoires Vieux-romain, Ambrosien, Aquiléien, Gallican et Hispanique, leurs influences réciproques et leurs relations avec le chant grégorien ont occupé Michel Huglo au début de sa carrière: il revint sur ces questions dans les années 1980 et 1990. Ce volume, le deuxième d'une série de quatre dans la collection Variorum, réunit toutes ces études. L'article de 1954 de Michel Huglo sur les sources du chant Vieux-romain, considéré comme distinct du grégorien, est de première importance pour l'historiographie du plain-chant occidental, car il a ouvert les débats sur le rapport entre Vieux-romain et grégorien. Les articles sur la version latine de l'Hymne Acathiste et sur les pièces de chant byzantin traduites en latin dans les répertoires occidentaux du plain-chant achèvent ce volume.
Unpaid Annotation
The differences between Old-Roman, Ambrosian, Aquileian, Gallican, and Hispanic chant, and their interconnections with each other and the Gregorian chant occupied Michel Huglo in his early career, although he returned to these questions in the 1980s and 1990s. The present volume, the second in the set of four to be published in the Variorum series, brings all this work together.
Main Description
The differences between Old-Roman, Ambrosian, Aquileian, Gallican, and Hispanic chant, and their interconnections with each other and the Gregorian chant occupied Michel Huglo in his early career, although he returned to these questions in the 1980s and 1990s. The present volume, the second in the set of four to be published in the Variorum series, brings all this work together. Huglo's 1954 article, the first to describe the sources for Old Roman chant, recognized as distinct from Gregorian chant, is of primary significance for the historiography of Western plainchant, because it opened the debate on the relationship between Old Roman and Gregorian chant. The final section presents articles on the Latin version of the Akathistos hymn and on Byzantine chants translated into Latin that became part of the Western plainchant repertory.
Bowker Data Service Summary
This volume presents the collected work of Michel Huglo on the differences between Old Roman, Ambrosian, Aquileian, Gallican, and Hispanic chant, and their interconnections with each other and with Gregorian chant.
Table of Contents
Introduction
Vieux-Romain: Le chant 'vieux-romain': liste des manuscrits et témoins indirects
(avec Jacques Hourlier) Un important témoin du chant 'vieux-romain': le graduel de Sainte-Cécile du Transtévère (manuscrit Phillipps 16069, daté de 1071)
Les diverses mélodies du Te decet laus. A propos du 'vieux-romain'
Les antiennes de la procession des reliques: vestiges du chant 'vieux-romain' dans le Pontifical
Aquiléien: Les manuscrits notés du diocèse d'Aquilée
Liturgia e musica sacra aquileiese
Antifone antiche per la 'fractio panis'. Gallican: Altgallikanische Liturgie
Hispanique: Les diagrammes d'harmonique interpolés dans les manuscrits hispaniques de la Musica Isidori
La notation wisigothique est-elle plus ancienne que les autres notations européennes?
Recherches sur les tons psalmodiques de l'ancienne liturgie hispanique
Les 'preces' des graduels aquitains empruntées à la liturgie hispanique
Mélodie hispanique pour une ancienne hymne à la Croix
Le chant des Béatitudes dans la liturgie hispanique
Pièces Gréco-Latines: Relations musicales entre Byzance et l'Occident
La mélodie grecque du Gloria in excelsis et son utilisation dans le Gloria XIV
Origine de la mélodie du Credo 'authentique' de la Vaticane
Les chants de la Missa greca de Saint-Denis
Source hagiopolite d'une antienne hispanique pour le dimanche des Rameaux
L'ancienne version latine de l'hymne acathiste
La prose de Notre-Dame de Grâce de Cambrai
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