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Stichoi tragikoi / para tou eusevestatou archontos postelnikou kyriou Geōrgiou Soutzou.
Soutzos, Geōrgios A.
Greek, Modern (1453- )
40 leaves : paper ; 154 x 105 (121 x 75) mm
Orthodox Eastern Church
Orthodoxos Ekklēsia tēs Hellados
Sacred vocal music
Agapios, ho Chios
Petros ho Vyzantios, d. 1808
Grēgorios, ho Prōtopsaltēs, 1777-1821
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Greek manuscript containing a collection of dramatic verses in post-Byzantine neumes. It is composed by Georgios Soutsos, text and music by him, written in Byzantine notation by Grēgorios, ho Prōtopsaltēs. Among the composers named are Petros ho Vyzantios, Iakōvos ho Prōtopsaltēs, and Agapios ho Chios. Title in the beginning of the text beneath decorative headpiece on fol. 1r reads: "Stichoi tragikoi syntetheisai para / tou eusevestatou archontos postel/nikou kyriou Geōrgiou Soutzou kei/menon kai melos etonisthēsan de / para tou mousikologiotatou kyriou / Grēgoriou prōtopsaltou tēs tou Chri/stou megalēs ekklēsias makar[..] [....] ousoul sophian ēchos ... idean toiautēn. Most of the chapter heads are written in both Greek and Karamanli dialect; on leaf 38a a five line verse is also written in Karamanli dialect.
Title from fol. 1r.
Physical description: Manuscript on paper, 8vo, written in black and red ink; first and last 2 leaves blank; without signatures; pagination by the cataloger; gilt edges.
Disbound; manuscript is kept in papermade folio.
Acquired with matching funds provided by the Program in Hellenic Studies with the support of the Stanley J. Seeger Hellenic Fund. AM 2013-57.
Also available in an electronic version.