Long Intonations and Kalophonia: Traces of stylistic development in Late Byzantine Echemata
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The paper shows that the melodic material in quasi-improvised intonation melodies (echemata) in the period from c. 1200 to 1400 develop from being drawn from the traditional genres - especially the pasltikon and asmatikon - to acquiring a more free and decidely 'kalophonic' character.
|Title of host publication||Eastern Christian Studies : Tradition and Innovation in Late- and Postbyzantine Liturgical Chant - Acta of the Congress held at Hernen Castle, the Netherlands, in April 2005|
|Number of pages||14|
|Place of Publication||Leuven/Louvain|
|Publication status||Published - 2008|
- Faculty of Humanities