Chrysanthos of Madytos

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Chrysanthos of Madytos (ca. 1770 – 1846) was a Greek poet, chanter, Archimandrite, and Archbishop, born in Madytos. In preparation of the first printed books of Orthodox chant, he was responsible for a reform of the Byzantine notation within the New Music School of the Patriarchate, along with Gregorios the Protopsaltes and Chourmouzios the Archivist who transcribed the traditional repertory into the Chrysanthine notation.

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Chrysanthos and the Reform of Orthodox Chant[edit]

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Publications made in his name[edit]

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  • Romanou, Katy G. (2010). Great Theory of Music by Chrysanthos of Madytos translated by Katy Romanou. New Rochelle, New York: Axion Estin Foundation. ISBN 9780615342597. 
  • Terzopulos, Konstantinos (2012). Introduction to the New Method of Byzantine Chant Notation – An English translation of Chourmouzios' revision of Chrysanthos' Eisagoge. Saint Louis, MO: Psaltic Notes Press. 

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