THE STAGES OF THE EARLY BYZANTINE MUSICAL NOTATION

@inproceedings{Tillyard1952THESO,
  title={THE STAGES OF THE EARLY BYZANTINE MUSICAL NOTATION},
  author={H. J. W. Tillyard},
  year={1952}
}
Notae antiquae, quas Palaeobyzantinas appellant, fortasse jam nono saeculo inventae, non tales, quales primo tempore fuerant, manserunt; sed paullatim ä jejuno et simplice in amplum et ornatum crescentes, variis signorum ordinibus in libris exscribebantur. Quorum recentissimam formam, cui Coislinae nomen est, jam prius enucleare tentaveram (cf. B, Z. 37 [1937] 345). Quod tarnen, ut in re obscura, non omnibus adhuc nostra ratio placuit, novis nunc exemplis et argumentis defendenda esse videtur… 
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