Division de la tradition monodique en deux groupes "est" et "ouest"

Verfasser / Komponist: Huglo, Michel
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veröffentlicht: Societe Francaise de Musicologie
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rft.atitle Division de la tradition monodique en deux groupes "est" et "ouest"
rft.epage 28
rft.genre article
rft.issn 0035-1601
rft.issue 1
rft.jtitle Revue de Musicologie
rft.tpages 23
rft.pages 5-28
rft.pub Societe Francaise de Musicologie
rft.date 1999-01-01
x.date 1999-01-01T00:00:00Z
rft.spage 5
rft.volume 85
abstract <p>The Gregorian chant imposed by Charlemagne developed into two dialects, those of eastern and western Europe. This division is established by the analysis of small melodic variants, the selection of alleluia verses, and the order of the reponsories of Holy Week. The liturgical division corresponds to cultural and linguistic divisions which become evident in the mid ninth century after the treaty of Verdun in 843 that divided the Carolingian Empire.</p>
authors Huglo Michel
languages fre
url https://www.jstor.org/stable/947005
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