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Current Issue of the Journal of the ISOCM

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) - pdf

by Богдан Демьяненко (Bogdan Demianenko)

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

by Иван Кузьминский (Ivan Kuzminskyi)

Conference Papers

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

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 - pdf

by Gregorios G. Anastasiou

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

by Thomas Apostolopoulos

Joy, Catharsis, and (Eu)Catastrophe - pdf

by Christopher Ashbaugh

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

by Dimitrios K. Balageorgos

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

by Eka Chabashvili

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

by Marios Christou

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

by Athanasios Delios

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

by Bogdan Djaković

How early can you go? Coptic Chant in Western transcription - pdf

by Mena Mark Hanna

How were stichera sung at Valaam? - pdf

by Jopi Harri

Choral chant organized as homophony - pdf

by Eugene Kindler

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

by Flora Kritikou

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

by Victoria Legkikh

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

by Sevi Mazera

Ars Nova. New art and renewed art - pdf

by Ivan Moody

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

by Ionut-Gabriel Nastasă

Byzantine church music between tradition and innovation - pdf

by Vesna Sara Peno and Zdravko Peno

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

by Mária Prokipčáková

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

by Michael Stroumpakis

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

by Maka Virsaladze


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

by Elena Kolyada

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

by Nina Zakharina


Thomas Arentzen, The Virgin in Song: Mary and the Poetry of Romanos the Melodist - pdf

Review by Hieromonk Damaskinos of Xenophontos

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

Review by Hieromonk Damaskinos of Xenophontos

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

Review by Ivan Moody

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

Review by Stefan Harkov



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