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Rhythmic proportions in early medieval ecclesiastical chant.

J. W. A. Vollaerts


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Rhythmic proportions in early medieval ecclesiastical chant by J. W. A. Vollaerts Download PDF EPUB FB2

"Rhythmic Proportions" is a book that attempts to prove, beyond all doubt, that Gregorian chant rhythm was originally metrical, fixed, not free plainsong like everybody thinks. Jan Vollaerts' argument is based % upon hard paleographical evidence, testimony, and sound historical conclusions.

No speculation to be found here.5/5(1). Get this from a library. Rhythmic proportions in early Medieval ecclesiastical chant.

[Jan W A Vollaerts] -- "A summary of the various writings, original musical compositions, and arrangements, by the late Dr. Vollaerts, S.J.": pages Get this from a library. Rhythmic proportions in early Medieval ecclesiastical chant. [Jan W A Vollaerts] -- "A summary of the various writings, original musical compositions, and arrangements, by the late Dr.

Vollaerts, S.J.": p In my review of Fr. Jan Vollaerts' "Rhythmic Proportions in Early Medieval Ecclesiastical Chant", I said that it was "the most important book on Gregorian chant written in the 20th century".

Well, now we have in our hands the most important book on Gregorian chant in the 21st!5/5(1). Rhythmic Proportions in Early Medieval Ecclesiastical Chant by Dr.

Vollaerts scan/sale request I'm a music student with focus on the gregorian chant, and I'm studying the mensuralistic approach more closely, however, I can't find a scanned copy of the aforementioned book, that may be the most important of all, not can I find it on sale.

In his posthumously published book, 'Rhythmic Proportions in Early Medieval Ecclesiastical Chant' (Brill, ), where the term 'semiotic' is used, tables are presented of neumes of different notational styles once used in various parts of Europe (e.g., Nonantola, Laon, Brittany, Aquitaine, Switzerland).

One-note, two-note, three-note neumes as. The exhaustive research of the Jesuit priest J.W.A. Vollaerts () into the rhythmic proportions of Gregorian chant was probably not known to Apel, the definitive second edition of Vollaert's book having been published in —two years after the date of Apel's Gregorian Chant.

In a complex but credible argument Vollaerts favors the. Christian Music History Plainsong Church Music, Christian Music, Worship Music J W A Vollaerts, Rhythmic Proportions in Early Medieval Ecclesiastical Chant (); P Wagner, Introduction to the Gregorian Melodies: A Handbook of Plainsong (); E Werner, The Sacred Bridge ().

had it republished as the official chant book of the. J.W.A Vollaerts, S.J. Rhythmic Proportions in Early Medieval Ecclesiastical Chant One important feature of this book is that the main notational styles of Gregorian chant are presented to the reader so that one gets the whole picture.

20 The rhythmic distortion in Crucem tuam is noted by Jan W.A. Vollaerts, Rhythmic Proportions in Early Medieval Ecclesiastical Chant, 2nd edn (Leiden, ), 21 Margaretha Landwehr-Melnicki, ed., Die Gesänge des altrömischen Graduale: Vat.

Lat. (Kassel, ), with an introduction by Bruno Stäblein. A few commentaries: Jan W. Vollaerts, Rhythmic Proportions in Early Medieval Ecclesiastical Chant, 2nd edition, Leiden: E.J. Brill,pp. –94 Google Scholar 36a. Richard L. Crocker, “ Musica ryth-mica and Musica Metrica in Antique and Medieval Theory”, in id., Studies in Medieval Music Theory and the Early Sequence, Aldershot Cited by: 4.

Raphael Cavalcanti's Page on Musicologie Médiévale. Musicologie Médiévale. Resources for medieval musicology and liturgy.

In his posthumously published book, 'Rhythmic Proportions in Early Medieval Ecclesiastical Chant' (Brill, ), where the term 'semiotic' is used, tables are presented of neumes of different notational styles once used in various parts of Europe (e.g., Nonantola, Laon, Brittany, Aquitaine, Switzerland).

what is now called 'Gregorian chant'." The brief section devoted to the problem of rhythm is the least satis-factory thing in the book, and had Dr.

Apel been able to see J. Vollaerts's recently published volume 'Rhythmic Proportions in Early Medieval Ecclesiastical Chant' (Leyden, I) he would have been. In his posthumously published book,'Rhythmic Proportions in Early Medieval Ecclesiastical Chant', where the term'semiotic' is used, tables are presented of neumes of different notational styles once used in various parts of Europe.

(31) J. Vollaerts, Rhythmic Proportions in Early Medieval Ecclesiastical Chant (Leiden, ), p. For more on the rhythmic letters in Laon see Joseph Smits Van Waesberghe, Muziekgeschiedenis der Middeleeuwen 2 (Tilburg, ), p. Cited by: 6. Jackson Osborn, I would invite you to read Gregorian Chant in the Gregorian Centuries on p.

15 of this PDF. Then pages to of Rhythmic Proportions in Early Medieval Ecclesiastical Chant, or The collective testimony of the medieval musical witnesses is unanimous that the tenor is uniform and always was so up until around. DECHEVRENS S.J. Rhythmic Proportions in Early Medieval Ecclesiastical Chant.

PIERRE AUBRY. Le Rythme Tonique dans La Poésie Liturgique et dans le Chant des Eglises Chrétiennes au Moyen-Âge (). AMEDEE GASTOUE. Gregorian Chant, Willi Apel Origin and Development of the Forms of Liturgical Chant, The Notation of Medieval Music, Carl Parrish Rhythmic Proportions in Early Medieval Ecclesiastical Chant, J W A Vollaerts Music in Medieval Britain, Frank H.

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The repertory of ecclesiastical chant used in the Roman Catholic Church. It received its name from Pope Gregory I, who although an important member of the Church, didn't seem to have any role in Gregorian chant (it was after his time), besides the legend that the chants were dictated to .Church Music Música Sacra JWA Vollaerts, Rhythmic Proportions in Early Medieval Ecclesiastical Chant (); P Wagner, Introduction to the Gregorian Melodies: A Handbook of Plainsong (); E Werner, The Sacred Bridge This book has considerable importance, because in the second half of the nineteenth century, the Congregation of Rites.Music History Terms.

()- a Medieval philosopher in the 5th century who defined music as the art of proportions, and wrote that modes had different effects on people and could change thoughts and emotions due to the proportions of music.

When there's a drone in the chant but rhythmic modes on top of it. Mensuration Signs. In Ars.