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SMG-Vortrag von Dr. Katarina Livljanic (Paris)


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Am Dienstag findet um 18.30 Uhr ein Vortrag der SMG Sektion Bern statt. Dr. Katarina Livljanic, die an der Universität Paris-Sorbonne doziert, wird über kroatische mittelalterliche Musik sprechen. Als Sängerin des "Ensemble Dialogos" lässt sie ihre Forschung auch in die Praxis einfliessen.
Studierende sind zudem herzlich an der HV der SMG willkommen, die um 17.30 Uhr stattfinden wird. Dort können zukünftige ReferentInnen vorgeschlagen werden. Wir freuen uns über zahlreiche Besucher!

Hier das Abstract des Vortrags von Dr. Livljanic:
This conference will focus on the Croatian medieval musical sources and the variety of musical traditions in this small,
yet musical very compelling and rich country: Gregorian, Beneventan and Glagolitic manuscripts of mediaeval Dalmatia, as well as the study of the Glagolitic repertoire in the oral tradition, will be presented along with some audio musical exemples.
The Glagolitic liturgical repertoire, sung in the local vernacu- lar tongue (Croatian Church Slavonic), while belonging to the Roman rite, was preserved in manuscripts written in the Gla- golitic alphabet, used in mediaeval Croatia.Written sources mention the existence of this chant in Dalmatia as far back as the 11th century.Yet, the particularity of the Glagolitic reper- toire, passed on orally, is its parallel survival up to the present day in a few locations along the Croatian coast, on the islands and in Istria.The work on these, Latin and Glagolitic, reper- toires is present in my musicological research as well as in my musical work with the „Ensemble Dialogos“ where it finds its practical application.