The Role of the Parisian Sequence in the Evolution of Notre-Dame Polyphony

@article{Fassler1987TheRO,
  title={The Role of the Parisian Sequence in the Evolution of Notre-Dame Polyphony},
  author={Margot E. Fassler},
  journal={Speculum},
  year={1987},
  volume={62},
  pages={345 - 374}
}
In his discussion of rhythmic poetry the ninth-century theorist Aurelian of Reome said that "meter is system with measure (ratio cum modulatione), but rhythm is measure without system and is discerned through the number of syllables."' For Aurelian rhythm pertained to a particular type of Latin poetry, one which bore a certain similarity to metric poetry but did not scan by the system of metrics. In rhythmic poetry the number of syllables per line and the "judgment of the ear"2 determine the… 
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        Bishop William of Auvergne (d. 1249), and Canon Philippe de Vitry (d. 1361). See Wright
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