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* Canto a Tenore (ITA)

Sub-Use Case: Canto a Tenore
Published: Yes

Description

Canto a Tenore rappresenta una forma di canto polifonico cantato da un gruppo di quattro uomini. Ognuno nel coro ha un compito specifico. In linea generale, il Canto a Tenore può essere descritto come un assolo accompagnato da accordi ("corfos"); l'accompagnamento è cantato da tre voci ("su tenore"). Il solista, sa boghe, canta nella lingua tradizionale della poesia Sarda (logudorese) mentre gli altri tre cantori (su bassu, sa contra, sa mesu boghe) accompagnano il canto con sillabe non senso (una o due) che consistono in suoni gutturali caratterizzati da un timbro particolare. Dal momento che si basa su una tradizione orale, Il Canto a Tenore non fa riferimento a schemi rigidi, spartiti o melodie prestabilite. Una persona che voglia apprendere a cantare "a tenore", dovrebbe seguire un percorso che inizia necessariamente con attività orientata all'acquisizione di conoscenze e competenze in ascolto, prima di passare alla pratica.

* Cantu a Tenore (Eng)

Sub-Use Case: Canto a Tenore
Published: Yes

Description

Canto a Tenore represents a form of polyphonic singing performed by a group of four men who perform separate and specialized parts. Generally speaking, the tenor singing can be described as a solo singing accompanied with chords ("corfos") by a three-part vocal chord ("su tenore"). The soloist, called "sa boghe", sings a Sardinian language poem (logudorese) while the other three cantors (su bassu, sa contra, sa mesu boghe) accompany the chant with nonsense syllables (either one or two) consisting of guttural sounds characterized by a peculiar vocal tone. Since it has been developed in the oral tradition, it doesn't rely on rigid schemes, written scores or preset melodies. In order to be able to sing tenore, a learner should follow a path which necessarily starts from activities oriented to knowledge acquisition and listening competences, before coming to practicing. 

Canto a Tenore (ITA) - SPERIMENTAZIONE "A. Volta", Nuoro 

Sub-Use Case: Canto a Tenore
Published: Yes

Description

Il Canto a Tenore rappresenta una forma di canto polifonico cantato da un gruppo di quattro uomini. Ognuno nel coro ha un compito specifico. In linea generale, il Canto a Tenore può essere descritto come un assolo accompagnato da accordi ("corfos"); l'accompagnamento è cantato da tre voci ("su tenore"). Il solista, sa boghe, canta nella lingua tradizionale della poesia Sarda (logudorese) mentre gli altri tre cantori (su bassu, sa contra, sa mesu boghe) accompagnano il canto con sillabe non senso (una o due) che consistono in suoni gutturali caratterizzati da un timbro particolare. Dal momento che si basa su una tradizione orale, Il Canto a Tenore non fa riferimento a schemi rigidi, spartiti o melodie prestabilite. Una persona che voglia apprendere a cantare "a tenore", dovrebbe seguire un percorso che inizia necessariamente con attività orientata all'acquisizione di conoscenze e competenze in ascolto, prima di passare alla pratica.

Cantu In Pagjhella (eng)

Sub-Use Case: Cantu in Paghjella
Published: Yes

Description

The Cantu in Paghjella designates both the male chant interpreted a cappella by three voices (a seconda, u bassa and a terza) and secular or liturgical types. According to the repertory, diverse languages such as Corsican, Cruscu (Toscan Corsican), Sardinian, Latin and Greek (kyrie eleison) are used. Its harmonic process is constructed as follows:

- the versu, a verb/sound intrication that identifies places and individuals belonging or having belonged to cantor families;

- by the successive entrance and interchanging of voices: a seconda (principal voice) then u bassu (base voice) and a terza (high voice);

- by their overlap arrangement, entrance of one voice in the key of the other;

- by the utilization of the ornament as a structural element;

- by conforming to a precise behavioural code : the eye, the ear and the mouth function in a closed circle as the singers form a circle.

It is still transmitted orally, by impregnation and intergenerational and endogen imitation.

Cantu in Paghjella (FR)

Sub-Use Case: Cantu in Paghjella
Published: Yes

Description

Le cantu in paghjella désigne à la fois un chant d'hommes à trois voix et un type liturgique ou séculaire. Selon le répertoire, différentes langues sont utilisées : Corse, Cruscu (Toscan ancien), sarde, latin et grec (pour kyrie eleison). régles régissant la pratique du cantu in paghjella sont les suivantes :

- le versu, désignant à la fois une mélodie et un texte permet d'identifier les lieux et les familles de chanteurs.

- les voix entre successivement dans l'ordre suivant : a secunda (voix lead), ensuite u bassu (voix basse), et finalement a terza (voix haute).

- la superposition des voix et l'entrée des voix en complémentarité harmonique.

- l'utilisation des ornementations en tant qu'élément structurel.

- l'utilisation d'un code comportemental précis.

La transmission est intergénérationnelle et se fait de manière orale par imprégnation, écoute et imitation.

DELIVERABLE 5.1 - Byzantine Music

Sub-Use Case: Byzantine Music
Published: Yes

Description

Byzantine music is the music of the Byzantine Empire composed to Greek texts as ceremonial, festival, or church music.

DELIVERABLE 5.1 - Cantu a Tenore at school for intermediate students

Sub-Use Case: Canto a Tenore
Published: Yes

Description

Canto a Tenore represents a form of polyphonic singing performed by a group of four men who perform separate and specialized parts. Generally speaking, the tenor singing can be described as a solo singing accompanied with chords ("corfos") by a three-part vocal chord ("su tenore"). The soloist, called "sa boghe", sings a Sardinian language poem (logudorese) while the other three cantors (su bassu, sa contra, sa mesu boghe) accompany the chant with nonsense syllables (either one or two) consisting of guttural sounds characterized by a peculiar vocal tone. Since it has been developed in the oral tradition, it doesn't rely on rigid schemes, written scores or preset melodies. In order to be able to sing tenore, a learner should follow a path which necessarily starts from activities oriented to knowledge acquisition and listening competences, before coming to practicing. 

DELIVERABLE 5.1 - Cantu in Paghjella in non-formal contexts for beginners

Sub-Use Case: Cantu in Paghjella
Published: Yes

Description

The Cantu in Paghjella designates both the male chant interpreted a cappella by three voices (a seconda, u bassa and a terza) and secular or liturgical types. According to the repertory, diverse languages such as Corsican, Cruscu (Toscan Corsican), Sardinian, Latin and Greek (kyrie eleison) are used. Its harmonic process is constructed as follows:

- the versu, a verb/sound intrication that identifies places and individuals belonging or having belonged to cantor families;

- by the successive entrance and interchanging of voices: a seconda (principal voice) then u bassu (base voice) and a terza (high voice);

- by their overlap arrangement, entrance of one voice in the key of the other;

- by the utilization of the ornament as a structural element;

- by conforming to a precise behavioural code : the eye, the ear and the mouth function in a closed circle as the singers form a circle.

It is still transmitted orally, by impregnation and intergenerational and endogen imitation.

DELIVERABLE 5.1 - Human Beat Box at academy for beginners

Sub-Use Case: Human Beat Box
Published: Yes

Description

Human Beatbox (HBB) is an artistic form of human sound production in which the vocal organs are used to imitate percussion instruments, but also wind and string instruments. In contemporary western popular music, human beat- boxing is an element of hip-hop culture, performed either as its own form of artistic expression, or as an accompaniment to rapping or singing.

Human Beat Box plan agreed on with professionals

Sub-Use Case: Human Beat Box
Published: Yes

Description

Human Beatbox (HBB) is an artistic form of human sound production in which the vocal organs are used to imitate percussion instruments, but also wind and string instruments. In contemporary western popular music, human beat- boxing is an element of hip-hop culture, performed either as its own form of artistic expression, or as an accompaniment to rapping or singing.

The plan includes multiple sessons in four different kinds of activities: Self guided course, a computer test, a visualization session using the sensors to see the behavior of the singer vocal tract while performing certain sounds, and an evaluation using the sensors where the user will imitate a professional singer performance.

Introduction to Byzantine music (Eng)

Sub-Use Case: Byzantine Music
Published: Yes

Description

Byzantine music is the music which is chanted today in the Greek’s Orthodox Church holy Ceremonies. Also called Byzantine Ecclesiastical Music, psalmody, psaltic art. This kind of music has a diferrent sonality (microtonality) wich is related with the Greek traditional music. The Byzantine music is a Vocal music without intruments. The purpose of Byzantine music is to praise the God with the help of the orthodox Holy textures to understant the meaning of sulvation with ultimate goal the Theosis (to reach the god).

Introduction to Byzantine music (GR)

Sub-Use Case: Byzantine Music
Published: Yes

Description

Βυζαντινή μουσική ονομάζεται η μουσική που τελείται στις θείες ακολουθείες-λειτουργίες της Ελληνικής Χριστιανικής Ορθόδοξης Εκκλησίας. Τη  βυζαντινή μουσική τη συναντάμε και με άλλες ορολογίες όπως εκκλησιαστική μουσική, ψαλμωδία και ψαλτική τέχνη. Διαφέρει από τα άλλα είδη μουσικής και είναι στενά συνδεδεμένη με την παραδοσιακή μουσική της Ελλάδας. Η βυζαντινή μουσική ερμηνεύεται από την ανθρώπινη φωνή χωρίς συνοδεία μουσικού οργάνου και επιδιώκει μέσα από την υμνολογία και των πλούτο των θεόπνευστων κειμένων να εισέλθει στο θείο μυστήριο της σωτηρίας της ψυχής, με στόχο τη Θέωση.