A History of Byzantine Music and Hymnography

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INDEX
(Compiled by MISS V. M. ELLIOTT)
Abert, H., 49 n., 51 n., 53 n., 54 n., 60 n., 92 n., 152 n.
Acathistus-hymn, see Akathistos hymn.
Acclamations, 1, 109 sqq.; transmission of, 78; how and when sung, 78, 98, 102 sqq., 109 sqq.; banned by Council in Trullo, 85; origins, 98 sq.; meaning of term ἄκτα, 100; Polychronion (Polychronisma), 101 sq., 104, 106, 110, 114, 117, 120 sq.; Euphemia, 101 sq., 114 sqq.; domesticus scholarum, 103; Kractae, 103 sq., 106, 109; Psaltae, 103 sq., 106, 113 sqq.; protopsaltes, 104; Basilikia, 106; text of Coronation Polychronia, 109 sq.; function, 112 sq., 117; music, 114 sqq.; examples, 115 sq.; Jewish, 365.
Acts of St. John, 149.
Acts of St. Thomas, 149.
Agapetus, Pope, 162.
Ἄκε μοι, λίγεια ϕόρμιγξ, 150 sq.
Akathistos hymn, 24, 26, 141, 144, 191 sqq., 269, 277, 305 sq., 330 sqq., 338, 369.
Ἄκουε, οὐρανέ, 357.
ἄκτα, see Acclamations.
Alchemy: connexion with Byzantine musical theory, 64, 76 sq.; treatises of Ps.-Zosimus and 7th-century Anon., 75 sqq.; term στοχός, 73 sq.; στοιχει + ̑ον, element, 74; the egg, 74, 76 sq.; tetrachords, 74, 77; musical instruments, 75; sources of treatise of Anon., 75; melodies built up from four elements, 75 sq.; connexion with Greek musical thought, 77.
Alexander, Hegumen of the Studion, 229.
Alexander the Great, 29 sq.
Alexandria: theatre in, 81; Church of, 159 sq., 171 sq.
Allatius, Leo, 2, 104 n., 143.
Alleluiarion, see Alleluias, collection of.
Alleluias, 329; 'Spiritual songs', 41; Jewish origin, 41; Ambrosian, 41; collection of, 338; melismatic chant of, 339 sq.; Gregorian, 340; Byzantine, 340.
Alypius, Isagoge of, 152.
Ambrose, St., 83.
Ambrosian Chant: Alleluias of, 41; compared with Byzantine, 43.
Anabathmoi, 244.
Anagnostes, 254.
Anaeanes, see Notation.
Ἀναστάσεως ἡμέρα: text and translation, 206 sqq.; music, 216 sqq.; in five stages of notation, 263 sqq.; structure of Hirmus, 326 sq.
Anastasima Anatolika, 141, 352.
Anastasius I, 491-518, see Emperor.
Anastasius II, 713-15, see Emperor.
Anastasius, melodos, 179.
Anathema, 259.
Anatolica (Anatolika), see Anastasima Ana tolika; Stichera Anatolika.
Anatolius, Patriarch, 244.
Anaximander, cosmology of, 66.
Andrew of Crete, of Jerusalem: Hymns of, 140; influence of Romanus on, 204 sq.; 'Great Kanon' of, 204 sq., 232 sq.; Hirmi of, 223, 225, 266.
Andronicus III the Younger Palaeologus, 1328-41, see Emperor.
Andronicus IV Palaeologus, 1376-9, see Emperor.
Ἀνοίξω τὸ στόμα μου, Kanon, music of, 203.
Anon. A of MS. 811, 294 n., 295 n., 296 n., 299 sq.
-- of Cod. Laurae 1656, 304.
Anthemius of Tralles, architect, 164.
Anthimus, hymn-writer, 174.
Anthimus, Patriarch of Constantinople, 162.
Antikenoma, 291, 295 sq.
Antioch: Church of, 43, 81, 159 sq., 171; theatre in, 81 sq.; Olympic Games at, 89; Maïoumas at, 90.
Antiphon, 35 n., 141.
Antiphonal singing: origin in Synagogue, 34; of psalms, 35; practice of Therapeutae, 36.
Apodeipnon (Compline), 128.
Apoderma, 291, 295.
Apolytikia, 140.
Apostolic Constitutions, 35, 88, 124, 126.
Apostolos, 138, 250.
Apostrophos, 252 sq., 268, 279 n., 280 sqq., 288 sq., 291, 293, 332.
Arabic music: theory, 46; technique of, 325.
Arcadius, 395-408, see Emperor.
Archytas, About Mathematics, 54.
Arians, 159.
Aristides Quintilianus, Περὶ μουσικη + ̑ς of, 46 n., 53, 61, 326 n.
Aristophanes of Byzantium, grammarian, 249.
Aristotle, 164; on harmony, 46, 48; De Anima, 46 n.; Politics, 46 n., 49 n., 51, 88, 92 n., 97 n.; Metaphysics, 47 n., 48; Poetics, 51 n., 88; influence on later musical theorists, 52.
Aristoxenus of Tarentum, Symmikta Sympotika of, 52.
Arsenius of Grottaferrata, 239.

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