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Particularly in the earliest surviving writings, harmonia is regarded not as a scale, but as the epitome of the stylised singing of a particular district or people or occupation Winnington-Ingram3. When the late 6th-century poet Lasus of Hermione referred to the Aeolian harmonia, for example, he was more likely thinking of a melodic style characteristic of Greeks speaking the Aeolic dialect than of a scale pattern Anderson and Mathiesen By the late fifth century BC these regional types are being described in terms of differences in what is called harmonia—a word with several senses, but here referring to the pattern of intervals between the notes sounded by the strings of a lyra or a kithara.
However, there is no reason to suppose that, at this time, these tuning patterns stood in any straightforward and organised relations to one another. It was only around the year that attempts Entry mode theory made by a group of theorists known as the harmonicists to bring these harmoniai into a single system, and to express them as orderly transformations of a single structure.
Eratocles was the most prominent of the harmonicists, though his ideas are known only at second hand, through Aristoxenus, from whom we learn they represented the harmoniai as cyclic reorderings of a given series of intervals within the octave, producing seven octave species.
In The RepublicPlato uses the term inclusively to encompass a particular type of scale, range and register, characteristic rhythmic pattern, textual subject, etc.
Mathiesen a, 6 iii e. He held that playing music in a particular harmonia would incline one towards specific behaviors associated with it, and suggested that soldiers should listen to music in Dorian or Phrygian harmoniai to help make them stronger, but avoid music in Lydian, Mixolydian or Ionian harmoniai, for fear of being softened.
Plato believed that a change in the musical modes of the state would cause a wide-scale social revolution Plato, Rep. For example, Aristotle in the Politics viii: But melodies themselves do contain imitations of character.
This is perfectly clear, for the harmoniai have quite distinct natures from one another, so that those who hear them are differently affected and do not respond in the same way to each. To some, such as the one called Mixolydian, they respond with more grief and anxiety, to others, such as the relaxed harmoniai, with more mellowness of mind, and to one another with a special degree of moderation and firmness, Dorian being apparently the only one of the harmoniai to have this effect, while Phrygian creates ecstatic excitement.
These points have been well expressed by those who have thought deeply about this kind of education; for they cull the evidence for what they say from the facts themselves. According to Aristides Quintilianus On Music, i. These parallel his three classes of rhythmic composition: Each of these broad classes of melic composition may contain various subclasses, such as erotic, comic and panegyric, and any composition might be elevating diastalticdepressing systalticor soothing hesychastic Mathiesen a4.
And we might fairly speak of perfect melos, for it is necessary that melody, rhythm and diction be considered so that the perfection of the song may be produced: The things contingent to perfect melos are motion-both of sound and body-and also chronoi and the rhythms based on these.
Mathiesen Western Church[ edit ] Tonarieswhich are lists of chant titles grouped by mode, appear in western sources around the turn of the 9th century. The influence of developments in Byzantium, from Jerusalem and Damascus, for instance the works of Saints John of Damascus d.
The eight-fold division of the Latin modal system, in a four-by-two matrix, was certainly of Eastern provenance, originating probably in Syria or even in Jerusalem, and was transmitted from Byzantine sources to Carolingian practice and theory during the 8th century.
The 6th century scholar Boethius had translated Greek music theory treatises by Nicomachus and Ptolemy into Latin Powers Later authors created confusion by applying mode as described by Boethius to explain plainchant modes, which were a wholly different system Palisca The treatise De Musica or De harmonica institutione of Hucbald synthesized the three previously disparate strands of modal theory: Thus, the names of the modes became associated with the eight church tones and their modal formulas, but this medieval interpretation does actually not fit to the concept of the Ancient Greek harmonics treatises.
The understanding of mode today does often not reflect that it is made of different concepts which cannot fit altogether. According to Carolingian theorists the eight church modes, or Gregorian modescan be divided into four pairs, where each pair shares the " final " note and the four notes above the final, but they have different intervals concerning the species of the fifth.
Plagal modes shift range and also explore the fourth below the final as well as the fifth above. In both cases, the strict ambitus of the mode is one octave.
A melody that remains confined to the mode's ambitus is called "perfect"; if it falls short of it, "imperfect"; if it exceeds it, "superfluous"; and a melody that combines the ambituses of both the plagal and authentic is said to be in a "mixed mode" Rockstro Each mode has, in addition to its final, a " reciting tone ", sometimes called the "dominant" Apel; Smith It is also sometimes called the "tenor", from Latin tenere "to hold", meaning the tone around which the melody principally centres Fallows The interest in market entry mode choice originates from the theory of international investment.
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