"Patera, Yion..." by Moschianos

Shota

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#1
In his book "Byzantine Trisagia and Cheroubika of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries", p. 54, Dimitri Conomos mentions "Patera, Yion..." composed by Moschianos chanted prior to the Creed that is preserved in the XIV c. MS Athens 2622 copied in 1341-1360. This must obviously be a melismatic composition and not a simple chyma response. Does anybody know a) whether it has been transcribed into the New Method or not; b) whether it is just an isolated response or the whole leitourgika.
 

Laosynaktis

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#2
In his book "Byzantine Trisagia and Cheroubika of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries", p. 54, Dimitri Conomos mentions "Patera, Yion..." composed by Moschianos chanted prior to the Creed that is preserved in the XIV c. MS Athens 2622 copied in 1341-1360. This must obviously be a melismatic composition and not a simple chyma response. Does anybody know a) whether it has been transcribed into the New Method or not; b) whether it is just an isolated response or the whole leitourgika.
It is a melismatic composition in Pl. 4 (by the "Domestikos Georgios Moschianos"), found also in other Mss. It is an isolated response and not the first of a series of Leitourgika. I don't think it has been transcribed.
 

Laosynaktis

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#3
An interesting rubric for this piece in Ms EBE 2406 (written in 1453 and where the piece is found after various compositions for the Liturgy of St Basil):
"Ψάλλουσι και το παρόν οι βουλόμενοι μη αμελείν, ποίημα του δομεστίκου κυρ Γεωργίου του Μοσχιανού, ήχ. πλ. δ"
 
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