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2007 | 61 | 2(277) | 43-45
Article title

From Moravia to Toledo

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Marcel Peres, one of the greatest singers, musicologists and researcher on the field of traditions of sacred chant presents the tradition of mozarabic chant of the brotherhood Andavias in Spain. To show the complexity of this topic, he draws the wide context of his meeting with Andavias tradition: the way that led him and his friend of Festival in Jaroslaw, during over ten years of tracing and studying different kinds of chant traditions. He shows links between the practical use and contemporary existence of the treatise of Hieronymus de Moravia, Greek Byzantynian chant, Corsican tradition of polyphony and the history of appearance and development of the mozarabic chant in Spain. He is pointing differences and similarities between the living tradition and showing their actual condition, meaning and importance for the revival of the West Christian sacred chant. The article is based on Mercel Peres' speech from the International Festival of Early Music 'The Song of Our Roots' in Jaroslaw in 2006.
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61
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43-45
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ARTICLE
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  • M. Peres, no address given, contact the journal editor
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07PLAAAA03146482
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