Four types of analyses are proposed for Byzantine Chant:
- Analyses of scales.
- Analyses of Kyrie Ekekraxa by Petros Byzantios.
- Analyses of Axion Estin by Anonymous.
- Complementary videos:
- Videos for the article “Theory and Practice of Psaltiki: Why do they not coincide?”, from the presentation by Amine Beyhom, with the same title, in June 1, 2018, at the 3rd International Musicological and Psaltic Conference: Prerequisites and Skills for Sacred Chanting in Orthodox Worship held at the “Thessalia” Conference Center in Volos – Greece, and entitled “Ancient Greek music theory as an analytical tool for Occicentrism”.
- (To be pulished soon) Videos for the article “Byzantine chant theory and practice in the light of Ancient Greek music theory and Occicentrism”, from the presentation by Amine Beyhom, in September 7, 2017, at the Modus-Modi-Modality conference held at the European University of Cyprus – Nicosia, and entitled “Ancient Greek music theory as an analytical tool for Occicentrism”.
The analyses of Kyrie Ekekraxa and Axion Estin are part of the VIAMAP (Video-Animated Music Analysis project).