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Notker

(ca. 840–912). “Balbulus” (“the Stammerer,” from Lat. balbus, “stammering”). B. Heiligau (now Elgg), near Zurich, or Jonschwil (near St. Gall), Switz.; monk at monastery of St. Gall (see Gall); known esp. for sequences (see Sequence).

E. Wellesz, Eastern Elements in Western Chant (Boston, 1947).


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