The Hypoionic mode , or Hypoionic for short , the 12th tone in the Eastern Church , is a church key .
The mode is to Ionic belonging Plagaltonart , ie a fourth after shifted down key , but has the same end tone. It is one of the modes added by Glarean in the 16th century . It differs from the Ionic in that it has a tonal range ( ambitus ) shifted down a fourth and a different repercussa . The finals , however, remain the same.
Ionic: Ambitus c-c1, Finalis c, Repercussa g
Hypoionic: Ambitus Gg, Finalis c, Repercussa e
- Johann Gottfried Walther : Musical Lexicon. Wolffgang Deer, Leipzig 1732, p. 414 .
- Peter Mortimer: Choral singing at the time of the Reformation. Reimer, Berlin 1821, p. 141 .
- Harold S. Powers: Hypoionian. In: Stanley Sadie (Ed.): The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians . Volume 9: Iacobus - Kerman. Macmillan Publishers, London et al. 1980, ISBN 978-0-333-23111-1 , p. 290.
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- ↑ a b Markus Gorski: Kirchentonarten II. In: lehrklänge.de. Retrieved January 12, 2018 .