Guido van Arezzo: Verskil tussen weergawes

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Hy het vorendag gekom met 'n metode vir die onderrig van die sangers om liedere in 'n kort tyd te leer, en het vinnig regdeur Noord-Italië bekend geword. Hy het hom egter die vyandelikheid van die ander monnike by die klooster op die hals gehaal, wat hom daartoe beweeg het om na Arezzo te trek, welke oor geen abdy beskik het nie. Dit het egter oor 'n groot groep sangers in die katedraal beskik. [[Tedald (Biskop van Arezzo)|Biskop Tedald]] het Arezoo uitgenooi om hul opleiding waar te neem.
 
Terwyl Hy in Arezzo was het hy nuwe tegniek van onderrig ontwikkel, soos [[Notebalk]]notasie en die gebruik van die "ut–re–mi–fa–so–la" ([[Solfège|do–re–mi–fa–so–la]]) [[mnemoniese]] ([[solmisasie]]). The ut–re–mi-fa-so-la syllableslettergrepe areis takengeneem fromvan thedie initialaanvanklike syllableslettergrepe ofvan eachelke ofvan thedie firsteerste sixses half-lineslyne ofvan thedie firsteerste stanzastrofe ofvan thedie [[hymnHimne]] ''[[Ut queant laxis]]'',. whoseDie textteks isdaarvan word attributedtoegeskryf toaan thedie ItalianItaliaanse monkmonnik anden scholargeleerde [[Paul thedie DeaconDiaken|Paulus Diaconus]] (thoughalhoewel thedie musicalmusikale linelyn eitherof shares'n agemeenskaplike commonvoorouer ancestordeel withmet thedie earliervroeëre settingmusiek ofvan [[Horace]]'s se "[[:la:s:Carmina (Horatius)/Liber IV/Carmen XI|Ode toaan Phyllis]]" (''[[Odes (Horace)|Odes]]'' 4.11), recordedopgeneem in thedie [[Montpellier]] manuscriptmanuskrip H425, or mayof havedaarvan beengeneem takenkon fromgewees ithet).<ref name="Stuart Lyons Do-Re-Mi" /> [[Giovanni Battista Doni]] is known for having changed the name of note "Ut" (C), renaming it "Do" (in the "Do Re Mi ..." sequence known as [[solfège]]).<ref name="McNaught">
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</ref> A'n seventhSewende notenoot, "Si" (van die from the initials for "Sancte Iohannes," Latin for St. John the Baptist) was added shortly after to complete the diatonic scale.<ref> Norman Davies, ''Europe: A History'' (Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 1996), pp. 271–7). {{ISBN|978-0-19-520912-9}}; {{ISBN|978-0-19-820171-7}}.</ref> In anglophone countries, "Si" was changed to "Ti" by [[Sarah Glover]] in the nineteenth century so that every syllable might [[Tonic sol-fa|begin with a different letter]] (this also freed up Si for later use as Sol-sharp). "Ti" is used in [[tonic sol-fa]] and in the song "[[Do-Re-Mi]]".
 
The ''Micrologus'', written at the cathedral at Arezzo and dedicated to Tedald, contains Guido's teaching method as it had developed by that time. Soon it had attracted the attention of [[Pope John XIX]], who invited Guido to Rome. Most likely he went there in 1028, but he soon returned to Arezzo, due to his poor health. It was then that he announced in a letter to Michael of Pomposa ("{{Lang|la|Epistola de ignoto cantu|italic=no}}") his discovery of the "ut–re–mi" musical mnemonic. Little is known of him after this time.
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