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Guido Of Arezzo

Gui·do d'A·rez·zo (gw d dä-r t s ) or Guido A·re·ti·no (är -t n ) 990?-1050.

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WHAT IS CHAPTER 17 OF GUIDO'S MICROLOGUS ABOUT? — A
Arezzo and Musical Improvisation.
Music History from Primary Sources: An Introductory Essay
Benedictine monk Guido of Arezzo (circa 1000), the preceptor of the cathedral choir school at that northern Italian city and a theorist of unusual pedagogical gift.
The Renaissance Reform of Medieval Music Theory: Guido of
Solfege
historical form of solmization invented by Guido of Arezzo. Origin of the Solfege syllables. The invention of solfege is ascribed to Guido of Arezzo.
Sight-singing Solfege
Then along came Guido. Guido D'Arezzo.

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5 More Things No One Knows Are Ridiculously Catholic, But Should
Guido of Arezzo (heehee, Guido,) a Benedictine monk regarded as the inventor of modern musical notation. He gave us do, re, mi, deriving the pitches from a hymn to John the Baptist: You're all welcome.

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Guido of Arezzo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Guido of Arezzo or Guido Aretinus or Guido da Arezzo or Guido Monaco or Guido d'Arezzo (991/992 – (17 May?) 1050) was a music theorist of the Medieval era.
CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Guido of Arezzo
Article with life and summary of his contributions to musical theory and composition.
Who was Guido de Arezzo? - Medieval Composers and Musicians
Learn more about Guido de Arezzo and his contribution to early music notation.
GUIDO AREZZO
Guido was born in France and served as a Benedictine monk. In 1025, he traveled to Arezzo, Italy where he worked for Bishop Theobald.
Guido of Arezzo - YouTube

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