10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CHIRONOMIC»
Discover the use of chironomic
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to chironomic
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
The fundamentals of Gregorian chant
This notation is called Chironomic (yelp, hand; value; rule; law of the hand),
because the accents are only graphic signs, representing the rising and falling
movements which the hand makes as it traces them. '0. - Diasterna-tic Notation.
Musica Practica: The Social Practice of Western Music from ...
This kind of notation is called chironomic, and was already in use — according to
Philo of Alexandria — by Essene sects around the time of Jesus, from whom the
Church probably inherited it. The earliest surviving example is a mutilated strip ...
Absent Voices: The Story of Writing Systems in the West
While the method may have appealed to later peoples, the Greeks abandoned
the numeric method for chironomic (or cheironomic) notation. That is: a notation
system that graphically reproduces the hand movements of a chorale leader.
Decadent Enchantments: The Revival of Gregorian Chant at ...
It was through a similarly layered music writing that Mocquereau's chironomic
notations sought to reveal the essential element of performance known as pure
rhythm, a divine ether whose written form aptly reproduced the condition of the
Justine Ward and Solesmes
Actually, I must confess it: often, in the quiet atmosphere of the divine office, in
front of a docile, well trained choir, when presented with a fully satisfactory
performance, I have caught myself suppressing, instinctively, the spirals,
Hildegard of Bingen: An Integrated Vision
This form existed prior to the thirteenth century and is a form of staffless notation,
sometimes called "chironomic neumes." They resemble a form of shorthand in
appearance and were quite adequate for remembering a melody when it was ...
Anne H. King-Lenzmeier, 2001
MATRIX/Berkeley: a changing exhibition of contemporary art
CATHERINE SULLIVAN MINIMATRIX: THE CHIRONOMIC REMEDY MATRIX
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Elizabeth Thomas, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, 2009
The Middle Ages: Up to 1320
of chironomic manuscripts required to a great extent the memorisation of the
musical plainchant repertoire. With the introduction of diastematic notation,
mnemonic techniques began to play a considerably reduced role in the teaching
of music ...
Journal of the American Musicological Society
Sunol, for example, in his Introduction d la paleographie musicale gregorienne,
after treating extensively of each family of chironomic notation, has one chapter of
two pages entitled "Notations gothiques," omitting all discussion of everything in ...
The Gregorian chant manual of the Catholic music hour
In these earlier grades it will be sufficient if, as a result of their experience, the
children learn the names and general meaning of the necessary chironomic
terms and gradually acquire the ability to mark the chironomy of a simple syllabic