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Koukouzeles [Papadopoulos], Joanneslocked

  • Edward V. Williams
  •  and Christian Troelsgård

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(flc1300–50). Singer, composer and reviser of Byzantine chant. Traditionally known as the maïstōr (‘master’), the ‘second source of Greek music’ (the first being John Damascene, 8th century) and angelophōnos (‘angel-voice’), he was one of the most eminent Byzantine musicians during the Palaeologan dynasty (...

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Mount Sinai, St Catherine's Monastery
St Petersburg, Rossiyskaya Natsional′naya Biblioteka
[flourished]
Athens, Ethnikē Bibliotēkē tēs Hellados