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Solmisation

(154 words)

Author(s): Boisits, Barbara
[English Version] . Unter S. versteht man die auf Guido von Arezzo zurückgehende Methode, die einzelnen Tonstufen eines Gesangs mittels bestimmter S.-Silben zu erlernen, die Guido dem Hymnus zum Fest Johannes' des Täufers entnahm ( Ut queant laxis Resonare fibris / Mira gestorum Famuli tuorum, / Solve poluti Labii reatum, / Sancte Johannes). Die Anfangstöne jeder Halbzeile der im MA nicht-liturgischen Hymnus-Melodie ergeben eine aufsteigende Sechstonreihe bzw. ein Hexachord (c=ut, d=re, e=mi, f=fa, g=sol, a=la). Analog zur Reihe c–a (Hexachor…

Musica enchiriadis

(112 words)

Author(s): Boisits, Barbara
[German Version] (from Gk enchiridion, “handbook”), title of a treatise probably written by abbot Hoger around 900 at Werden abbey near Essen, the first to discuss polyphonic music (organum). It divides the whole range of notes into 4½ tetrachords (four-note series) with a semitone in the middle of each. It uses the so-called dasia signs for song notation, derived from a basic sign similar to F (Notation, musical). Most sources continue the treatise with the Scolica enchiriadis de musica. Barbara Boisits Bibliography Source: Musica et Scolica enchiriadis, ed. H. Schmid, 1981 Bibl.: N.…
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