The course is designed to acquaint students with modern critical methodologies, and with basic knowledge of Medieval and Renaissance chant notation.
Prerequisities: To be able to read music and write modern musical notation
Plainchant and cantus fractus: liturgical manuscripts, fragments and editions.
Lectures; music exercises; visit to the “Biblioteca musicale Laurence Feininger” in the Buonconsiglio Castle -Trento.
GIULIO CATTIN, La monodia nel medioevo, Torino, E.D.T., 1991; especially pages 3-152.
Reference repertoires, bibliographical tools, selections of texts with transalations, editions and modern transcriptions, manuscripted and printed documents will be specified during the course. The students will also be provided with photocopies of facsimile reproductions and transcriptions of all the compositions to be exhamined.
For further information see http://hostingwin.unitn.it/gozzi/didattica.htm
Oral exam. Students are required to study and consolidate the knowledge and skills provided during lesson, in addition to the regular delivery of the transcripts assigned in preparation for the final exam.
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