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    Alexander Lingas
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Birmingham Byzantine and Ottoman Studies.

Birmingham Byzantine and Ottoman Studies. By (author) Alexander Lingas.

Studies Music, Byzantine Studies, and Byzantine Liturgy

Studies Music, Byzantine Studies, and Byzantine Liturgy. Musical Director, Cappella Romana ww. appellaromana. This is an interdisciplinary examination of the office of Sunday Matins as celebrated in the Byzantine cathedral Rite of the Great Church from its origins in the popular psalmodic assemblies of the fourth century to its comprehensive reform by Archbishop Symeon of Thessalonica.

Alexander Lingas, Sunday Matins in the Cathedral Rite: Music and . liturgical changes in the Byzantine sphere.

Alexander Lingas, Sunday Matins in the Cathedral Rite: Music and Liturgy, (PhD diss. sity of British Columbia, 1996), 178–83. Although the cathedral rite, also known. as the ecclesiastes, demonstrated more resilience in Thessaloniki than it did in Con-. der to study the spatial variations of the acoustical characteristics and to create fil-. ters (which can be used to render virtual performances) with the proper acoustical. and perceptual cues, which are highly direction dependent.

By Alexander Leonidas Lingas. PhD Dissertation, University of British Columbia, 1996.

Sunday matins in the Byzantine cathedral rite : music and liturgy. Canonising Byzantine Chant as Greek Art Music. Other subjects covered by this book include the analysis of lyrics, in Dai Griffiths’s chapter, ‘From Lyric to Anti-Lyric: Analyzing the Words in Pop Song’. Griffiths questions romanticize. More).

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Eirini Panou studied Art and Archaeology at the National Kapodistrian University of Athens and earned her P. in Byzantine Studies from the University of Birmingham (2012)

Eirini Panou studied Art and Archaeology at the National Kapodistrian University of Athens and earned her P. in Byzantine Studies from the University of Birmingham (2012).

Cavarnos, Byzantine Sacred Music: The Traditional Music of the Orthodox Church, Its Nature, Purpose and Execution (Belmont, MA: Institute for Byzantine and Modern Greek THE SOUND OF ORTHODOXY 133 traditionalist Greek cantors say stand in marked contrast to the musical traditions of medieval Christianity (if not ancient Greece) 11 that they faithfully preserve

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Similar books to The Cult of St Anna in Byzantium (Birmingham Byzantine and Ottoman Studies Book 24). Kindle e-Readers. Kindle (5th Generation). Dr. Eirini Panou studied Art and Archaeology at the National Kapodistrian University of Athens and earned her P.

This is an interdisciplinary examination of the office of Sunday Matins as celebrated in the Byzantine cathedral Rite of the Great Church from its origins in the popular psalmodic assemblies of the fourth century to its comprehensive reform by Archbishop Symeon of Thessalonica ( 1429), Byzantium's last and most prolific liturgical commentator. Specifically, it studies the influence of developments in liturgical music and piety-notable among which were the advent of monastic hymnody and virtuosic styles of chanting-on the order of service at the Constantinopolitan and Thessalonian cathedrals of Hagia Sophia. This is accomplished through reconstructions of the service of Sunday matins as celebrated in the two churches from musical manuscripts, books of rubrics ('typika'), and liturgical commentaries. The act of giving musical flesh to these ceremonies allows the author to address questions of interest not only to musicologists, but also to students of Byzantine liturgy, art and intellectual history.