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Volume 3  18.3 MB

Editorial Introduction

Peer-Reviewed Articles

Фактура в восьмиголосных партесных концертах второй половины XVII – первой половины XVIII века (к вопросу типологии)

by Богдан Демьяненко (Bogdan Demianenko)

 

История церковной музыки через призму деятельности украино-белорусских митрополитов и епископов 17 века

by Иван Кузьминский (Ivan Kuzminskyi)

 

Conference Papers

“Traditional innovation” in Byzantine Chant: the case of kalophonia

by Maria Alexandru et al.

 

A short study on the compositions of the ‘mathēma’ Ἄνωθεν οἱ προφῆται, from the “Golden Age” of kalophonia (14th-15th centuries) as food for thought on the concepts of eponymity, tradition and innovation in Byzantine music

by Gregorios G. Anastasiou

 

The theory of music intervals during the era of the Byzantine Maistores

by Thomas Apostolopoulos

 

Joy, Catharsis, and (Eu)Catastrophe

by Christopher Ashbaugh

 

From the Cretan chanting tradition of the 16th-17th centuries: A radical and original musical setting of the Great Doxology

by Dimitrios K. Balageorgos

 

Different aspects of chants by contemporary Georgian composers as revealed through variations in performance

by Eka Chabashvili

 

A newly-discovered manuscript by Bohuslav Martinů on the Byzantine Octoechos

by Marios Christou

 

“Χριστοῦ τὸν ἱεράρχην”: the course of the sticheron from the old (non-kalophonic) to the kalophonic melos

by Athanasios Delios

 

The correlation of Western and Eastern elements in Serbian church choral music of the first half of the 20th century

by Bogdan Djaković

 

How early can you go? Coptic Chant in Western transcription

by Mena Mark Hanna

 

How were stichera sung at Valaam?

by Jopi Harri

 

Choral chant organized as homophony

by Eugene Kindler

 

Byzantine compositions entitled “Dysikon” (Western) and “Fragikon” (Frankish): a working hypothesis on potential convergence points of two different traditions

by Flora Kritikou

 

Services to St Daniel of Moscow: tradition and a new way of creation

by Victoria Legkikh

 

Φως ιλαρόν: From the various settings through the history of ecclesiastical chant to the latest composition by Prof. Gregorios Stathis

by Sevi Mazera

 

Ars Nova. New art and renewed art

by Ivan Moody

 

Tradition and innovation in Romanian Orthodox Chant – “Our Father”

by Ionut-Gabriel Nastasă

 

Byzantine church music between tradition and innovation

by Vesna Sara Peno and Zdravko Peno

 

Handwritten Irmologia - an innovative means of the transmission of liturgical music in the Carpathian area

by Mária Prokipčáková

 

The Heirmos of the Ninth Ode as a replacement for Axion estin: a new kind of composition during the 19th century?

by Michael Stroumpakis

 

Nodar Mamisashvili’s Passion as an example of mixing old and new elements in 20th-century Georgian sacred music

by Maka Virsaladze

 

 

Miscellanea

The genre system of early Russian hymnography: the main stages and principles of its formation

by Elena Kolyada

 

A sticheron for the Feast of the Dormition of the Mother of God

by Nina Zakharina

 

 

Reviews

Thomas Arentzen, The Virgin in Song: Mary and the Poetry of Romanos the Melodist
Review by Hieromonk Damaskinos of Xenophontos

 

Svetlana Kujumdzieva, The Hymnographic Book of Tropologion: Sources, Liturgy and Chant Repertory

Review by Hieromonk Damaskinos of Xenophontos

 

Bissera V. Pentcheva, ed., Aural Architecture in Byzantium

Review by Ivan Moody

 

Vesna Sara Peno, Православно поjање на балкану на примеру грчке и српске традициjе

Review by Stefan Harkov

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