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Neuma is a musical group.

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Google previewUniversal Palaeography (1849)

Or, Fac-similes of Writings of All Nations and Periods ... by J. B. Silvestre, Accompanied by an Historical and Descriptive Text and Introd by M. Champollion-Figeac (Jacques-Joseph), Aimé Louis Champollion-Figeac, Jean-François Champollion

Here the simple neuma is a small oblong mark, but elsewhere it is found in the shape of a round dot, or other easy and well-determined figure. Placed over the ...

Google previewUniversal Palaeography: Or, Fac-similes of Writings of All Nations and Periods, Copied from the Most Celebrated and Authentic Manuscripts in the Libraries and Archives of France, Italy, Germany, and England (1850)

by Joseph Balthaszar Silvestre, M. Champollion-Figeac (Jacques-Joseph), Aimé Louis Champollion-Figeac

Here the simple neuma is a small oblong mark, but elsewhere it is found in the shape of a round dot, or other easy and well-determined figure. Placed over the ...

Google previewA General History of the Science and Practice of Music, by Sir John Hawkins. Volume the First [- Fifth]. (1776)

Neuma is a word possibly derived from the Greek rvevua, and, as explained by Sir Henry Spelman, signifies an aggregation of as many sounds as may be uttered in one single respiration. Spelm. Gloss, voce Neu M A ; and in this sense it is ...

Google previewUniversal palæography: or, Fac-similes of writings of all nations and periods, copies by J.B. Silvestre. Accompanied by an historical and decriptive text and intr. by [J.J.] Champollion-Figeac and A. Champollion, tr. and ed., with corrections and notes by sir F. Madden (1849)

by Joseph Balthazar Silvestre, Jacques Joseph Champollion-Figeac

Here the simple neuma is a small oblong mark, but elsewhere it is found in the shape of a round dot, or other easy and well-determined figure. Placed over the ...

Google previewThe Intonation Formulas of Western Chant (1974)

by Terence Bailey

Et quilibet tonus habet suam specialem neuma ut infra patet. The neuma is a kind of melodic embellishment of the chant, which is added to the end of the final psalm antiphons at ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Church of England (1887)

by Edward Lewes Cutts

Gall bringing an Antiphonary, in which the Neuma had had some words set to it. A monk of St. Gall, Notker by name, took up the ...

Google previewThe Harvard Concise Dictionary of Music and Musicians (1999)

by Don Michael Randel

Neuma [Lat., also pneuma, neupma]. (1) *Neume. (2) Any melisma in liturgical chant, but especially those of the *alleluia [see also Jubilus], those added to great responsories, and the untexted melodies of *sequences. (3) Any of the melismas ...

Google previewHarvard Dictionary of Music (1969)

by Willi Apel

Neuma. (1) See under Neumes. (2) Medieval term for extended melismatic passages of plain- song, sung to one syllable or simply a vowel [see Vocalization ]. In the early Middle Ages, when the Christian service had the character of boundless ...

Google previewThe American History and Encyclopedia of Music (1908)

by William Lines Hubbard

The original manner of writing the chants, by means of a short-hand character called a neuma, was replaced in the Eleventh Century by a staff of four lines upon which the notes appeared as square or diamond-shaped characters. The neuma ...

Google previewCatholic Encyclopedia (1912)

Neuma (Vir apostolicus), Posscvin (Praxis curs: pastora is), Segneri, Olier, Molina, Toledo (De instructions sacerdotum), Cardinal Cajetan, St. Charles ...

Google previewA Catholic Dictionary (1997)

by Rev. Fr. Donald Attwater

the podatus and the clivis are neums, but the jubilus is a neuma. NEW COVENANT, DISPENSATION, LAW. The law and dispensation of ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Music and Musicians (A.D. 1450-1880) by Eminent Writers, English and Foreign (1880)

by George Grove

The library of the monastery is remarkable for its ancient church music written in ' neuma.' Director and president, Gmuer. Geneva, Lancy, near. Herr G. Becker's library is a choice collection of ancient works on theory, and very old instrumental ...

Google previewStainer and Barrett's Dictionary of Musical Terms (1898)

by John Stainer, William Alexander Barrett

The word neuma is probably connected with the Greek pneuma (irviiifia), a breath, and signified originally a group of sounds to be sung to a syllable ; but later on this particular meaning seems to have merged into the more general one of ...

Google previewAn Etymological Dictionary of Modern English (2012)

by Ernest Weekley

neurne, neuma ...

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