This is a complete edition with critical commentary of the
Byzantine Communions in thirteenth-century manuscripts of the
Asmatikon, all known sources being used. The chants concerned are
the earliest known examples of Communion Chants of the Orthodox
Church, and are found in a book which may go back to the rite of St
Sophia at Constantinople during the tenth century-the earliest
copies of which date from the thirteenth-century and come from
South Italy and North Greece. Further more, there are also a few
manuscripts from Kiev with text in Church Slavonic and an
untranscribable musical notation. This is the first systematic
transcription of the Asmatikon ever to be published.
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