Guido of Arezzo
or Guido Aretinus biographical name circa 991-1050 Benedictine monk & music reformer

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Guido of Arezzo — or Guido Aretinus or Guido da Arezzo or Guido Monaco or Guido D Arezzo (991/992 ndash;after 1033) was a music theorist of the Medieval era. He is regarded as the inventor of modern musical notation (staff notation) that replaced neumatic… …   Wikipedia

  • Guido of Arezzo — • Article with life and summary of his contributions to musical theory and composition Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Guido of Arezzo     Guido of Arezzo      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Guido of Arezzo — n. Guido d Arezzo (995 1049) Italian Benedictine monk who is recognized for his work in the area of musical notation and theory …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Guido von Arezzo — Guido d Arezzo Guido von Arezzo (auch: Guido d Arezzo der Ältere, (Guido) Aretinus und Guido Monaco; * um 992; † unsicher: 17. Mai 1050 in Avellano) war ein Benediktinermönch, Musiktheoretiker und Lehrer. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Guido de Arezzo — Guido Aretinus Estatua de Vitus Arretinus (Guido d Arezzo) en su localidad natal …   Wikipedia Español

  • Guido d'Arezzo — Guidonian /gwi doh nee euhn/, adj. /gwee daw dah rddet tsaw/, (Guido Aretinus) ( Fra Guittone ) c995 1049?, Italian monk and music theorist: reformer of musical notation. * * * born с 990, Arezzo? died 1050, Avellana? Italian music theorist. A… …   Universalium

  • Guido d'Arezzo — n. Guido of Arezzo (995 1049) Italian Benedictine monk who is recognized for his work in the area of musical notation and theory …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Guido d'Arezzo — Statue von Guido von Arezzo. Guido von Arezzo (auch: Guido d Arezzo der Ältere, (Guido) Aretinus und Guido Monaco; * um 992; † unsicher: 17. Mai 1050) in Avellano war ein Benediktinermönch, Musiktheoretiker und Lehrer. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Guido d'Arezzo — Pour les articles homonymes, voir saint Guy. Guido d Arezzo Guido d Arezzo en français parfois Gui ou Guy d Arezzo, voire Gui l Arétin, en latin Guido Aretinus, en italien parfois Guido Monaco est l un des saints …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Guido D’Arezzo — (c. 995–after 1033)    The most famous music theorist of the late Middle Ages, he was active in Arezzo, Italy from 1025, with a visit to Rome probably about 1028 at the behest of Pope John XIX, who had heard of his teaching methods.    In his… …   Historical dictionary of sacred music

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