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Musical Romania and the Neighbouring Cultures

Traditions – Influences – Identities- Proceedings of the International Musicological Conference- July 4–7 2013, Iaşi (Romania)

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Edited By Laura Vasiliu, Florin Luchian and Loredana Iatesen

This book represents the volume of the International Musicological Conference «Musical Romania and Neighbouring Cultures. Traditions, Influences, Identities», which took place in Iaşi (Romania) and was organised by the George Enescu University of Arts Iaşi in collaboration with the International Musicological Society. The volume includes 35 papers of 38 authors who represent academic centres in Croatia, Bulgaria, Serbia, Greece and Romania. The diverse topics include ancient Romanian, Balkan or East-European music, music iconography, Byzantine and folkloristic traditions, as well as modern and contemporary music. The articles propose theoretical and methodological documentation on the interactions between liturgical, folkloric and academic works within this multicultural space.
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The sticheron Uşile pocăinţei after the Gospel of Matins during the Lent period, by Filothei sin Agăi Jipei in the exegesis of Mihalache Bucureşteanul

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The argument for the present paper is the discovery, in one manuscript from Cernica monastery, of the exegesis in exegetic middle-byzantine for the stichera after the Gospel of Matins during the Lent period, by Mihalache Bucureşteanul. The original troparia in Romanian belong to Filothei sin Agăi Jipei and are written in late middle-byzantine notation. Our research aims at offering answers to certain questions such as: what was the manner of performing in Filothei’s time, i.e. the end of the 18th century? Could Mihalache hold the key to the decoding of certain chants by Filothei? Could be possible a reconstruction of the original melody, as a result of comparatively research on theseis?

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byzantine music, chant, exegesis, middle-byzantine notation, sticheron, troparion

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