[°°] B-Gu Ms 15 Antiphonary Walkthrough #058 f28v

This page from our 1481 antiphoner holds a series of antiphons for the Matins of Saint John in the most classical of orders: 1st antiphon in 1st mode, 2nd antiphon in 2nd mode etc. Sixth antiphon (so, in sixth mode) will be compared with a version of the same in the thirteenth-century Antiphonarium Massiliense. Great!

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[°°] B-Gu Ms 15 Antiphonary Walkthrough #050 f24v

So, we have arrived at episode 50 of the Antiphonary Walkthrough, which calls for a kind of celebration. Watch us rehearse a few lines from f24v. Thanks to colleagues present: Paul Mertens, Rozelien Nys, Jonathan De Ceuster, Paul Schils, Adriaan De Koster, Michiel Haspeslagh, Philippe Souvagie, Sander Leroy, Pieter Stas, Gunter Claessens.

Psallentes @ YouTube 1000 subscribers

Psallentes 1000 subscribers

[ENG] Psallentes is proud to report that today, our YouTube channel has reached exactly 1000 subscribers (and our movies have been watched well over a million times). It’s not the millions of Lady Gaga, but hey – this concerns the slightly more modest late medieval plainchant and related polyphonies. Did you subscribe? Here.

[NL] Psallentes is trots te melden dat ons YouTube kanaal vandaag de duizendste abonnee verwelkomt (en dat onze filmpjes al flink meer dan één miljoen keer bekeken werden). Het zijn niet de miljoenen van Lady Gaga – dit gaat dan ook over het iets bescheidener laat-middeleeuws gregoriaans en aanverwante polyfonieën. Ben jij al geabonneerd? Hier.

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