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books:

 

Geert Maessen, Saint Martin de Tours, Office mozarabe & Messe gallicane, Une reconstruction computationelle des chants (Amsterdam 2016). Une version imprimée est disponible sur commande auprès de ABC.

 

Geert Maessen (ed), Calculemus et Cantemus, Towards a Reconstruction of Mozarabic Chant (Amsterdam 2015). Including Audio CD, see also the contents

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Geert Maessen (ed), Wim van Gerven, pionier van de gregoriaanse semiologie in Nederland [Wim van Gerven, pioneer of the semiological movement in chant in the Low Countries] (Amsterdam 2012). For the contents see the flyer. Order the book at ABC.

 

Geert Maessen, Scores for Tenth-Century Chant, transl. Martin Spaink (Amsterdam 2011). It's all about Fluxus scores. Order the book at ABC

 

Geert Maessen, De tweede fase in de reconstructie van het gregoriaans - Een studie over reconstructie en notatie van het tiende-eeuwse gregoriaans [The Second Phase in Restoring Gregorian Chant - A study on Restoration and Notation of Tenth-Century Chant] (Amsterdam 2008)

 

Geert Maessen, Transcription of Gregorian Chant in Braille (Amsterdam 2002)

 

 

conference-papers:

 

11 - Maessen, G. & Van Kranenburg, P. (2018). A Non-Melodic Characteristic to Compare the Music of Medieval Chant Traditions. In Proceedings of 8th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis, 26-29 June 2018, Thessaloniki, Greece. Accessible at: http://fma2018.mus.auth.gr

 

10 - Maessen, G. & Conklin, D. (2018). Two Methods to Compute Melodies for the Lost Chant of the Mozarabic Rite. In Proceedings of 8th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis, 26-29 June 2018, Thessaloniki, Greece. Accessible at: http://fma2018.mus.auth.gr

 

9 - Van Kranenburg, P. & Maessen, G. (2017). Comparing Offertory Melodies of Five Medieval Christian Chant Traditions. In Proceedings of the 18th ISMIR Conference, Suzhou, China, October 23-27, 2017, (pp 204-210). Accessible at: https://ismir2017.smcnus.org

 

8 - Maessen, G. & Van Kranenburg, P. (2017). A Semi-Automatic Method to Produce Singable Melodies for the Lost Chant of the Mozarabic Rite. In Proceedings of 7th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis, 14-16 June 2017, Málaga, Spain, (pp. 60-65). Accessible at: http://fma2017.uma.es

 

7 - Maessen, G. (2016). Evaluating Computationally Restored Mozarabic Chants. Paper presented at the 18th meeting of the IMS Study Group CANTUS PLANUS on August 6 in Dublin, Ireland.

 

6 - Maessen, G. (2014). First Results of a Computational Analysis of Old Hispanic Chant. Paper presented at the 17th meeting of the IMS Study Group CANTUS PLANUS on July 30 in Venice, Italy.

 

5 - Maessen, G. (2014). Towards a Reconstruction of the Old Hispanic Threnos-Melody. In I.A.H. Bulletin Nr. 42 / 2014, A Sacred Soundscape, 27e biennial IAH conference Amsterdam (Netherlands) August 11th-16th, 2013, Part II, (Graz-Opole 2014) 77-85.

 

4 - Maessen, G. (2010). A Softwaretool for Defining Performance-Styles of Tenth-Century Chant. Paper presented at the 3rd MARGOT-conference (the Digital Middle Ages conference) on June 16, Barnard College, Columbia University, New York, USA.

 

3 - Maessen, G. (2010). New Perspectives on Restoring Tenth-Century Chant Melodies. Paper presented at the 45th International Congress on Medieval Studies on May 14 in Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA.

 

2 - Maessen, G. (2013). Fluxus: Music Notation for Performing Tenth-Century Chant. In: Barbara Haggh-Huglo & Debra Lacoste (eds.) Papers Read at the 15th Meeting of the IMS Study Group CANTUS PLANUS Dobogókő/Hungary, 2009. Aug. 23–29. (Lions Bay 2013) 909-928.

 

1 - Maessen, G. (2003). Visual Impairment and Notational Impairment, Gregorian Chant and Braille. Paper presented at the international conference on braille music notation on June 21 in Madrid, Spain.

 

 

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