Illo Humphrey, Ph. D.-HDR

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Boethius | Philosophy of Numbers & Proportions | Philosophy of Musical Sounds | Cognitive Process

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Biography

• Illo's Résumé brevis: • [¶1] Illo Humphrey, Ph. D.-HDR, perfectly trilingual (French-English-German), is a Mediævalist, Musicologist, Proto-Philologist, Concert-Baritone, Trilingual simultaneous Interpreter. During his 20 years of training as mediævalist between 1984 and 2004, Illo studied under the following professors: Michel Huglo†, Jean Vezin, François Dolbeau, Guy Beaujouan†, Brigitte Mondrain, Édith Weber, Olivier Guyotjeannin, Emmanuel Poulle†, Pascale Bourgain, Iégor Reznikoff. Today, Illo is one of the foremost specialists on the Philosopher Anicius Manlius Torquatus Severinus Boethius (*Rome, ca. 480 - †Pavia, ca. 524), in Boethian cognate studies, and in Mediæval Studies in general, cf. http://www.colloquiaaquitana.com/?page_id=754 • • [¶2] Illo specializes in particular in the following areas: (1) The Philosophy of the sevenfold canon of the Liberal Arts (in Greek: αἱ ἐλευθέριοι τέχναι | artes liberales), which are divided into two categories: (a) Quadruvium [sic]: ars arithmetica, ars musica, ars geometrica, ars astronomica • (b) Trivium: ars grammatica, ars dialectica | ars logica, ars rhetorica • (2) The Philosophy of Numbers and Proportions (”ἡ τοῦ ἀριθμοὺ οὐσία” | "substania numeri") • (3) The Philosophy of Musical Sounds and Intervals (ὁ ϕθόγγος, -ου | ἡ ϕθογγή, -ῆς | phthongos • vox • sonus • tonus) • (4) The Philosophy of the Cognitive Process (”ἡ τῆς ψυχῆς γένεσις” | "animae generatio" | "mundi anima" | "cognitio") • • [¶3] On October 23, 2015, Illo was appointed Associate Researcher in the Research Team EA 4593 CLARE – LaPRIL at the University of Bordeaux Montaigne, France, his installation took place on Wednesday, the 16th of December, 2015 • • [¶4] Illo is also: • a Fellow and Board Member of ICONEA at the Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Oxford | UK • • a Fellow and Member of the Université Populaire Méroë-Africa | Paris • • a Fellow and Member of the CERDOTOLA (Yaoundé | République du Cameroun) • • a Member of the Tombouctou Manuscripts Project (University of Cape Town | South Africa) • • a Member of Academia.edu | Top 2% • • a Member of ResearchGate • • a Member of ORCID • • MISCELLANEA: • [¶5] Illo is a Concert-Baritone, co-founder of Duo Vox Nova with his colleague Claudine Pascal-Grisi, Concert-Organist, which specializes in the European Sacred Music repertoire for Organ and Solo Baritone, from the 4th to the 21st century; they have toured extensively in Europe, in the United States, and in the West Indies • • Their repertoire includes: pre-"Gregorian" and "Gregorian" Chant, Renaissance, pre-Baroque, Baroque, 19th, 20th, and 21st c. compositions, with works by Frescobaldi (1583–1643), Buxtehude (1637-1707), Scheidt (1587-1654), Schein (1586-1630), Bruhns (1665-1697), Kerll (1627-1693), Couperin (1668-1733), de Grigny (1672-1703), J. S. Bach (1685-1750), Haendel (1685-1759), Mendelssohn (1809-1847), Franck (1822-1890), Messiaen (1908-1992), Alain (1911-1940), Langlais (1907-1991), Illo Humphrey, etc. • • Duo Vox Nova has performed in some of the world's finest venues for sacred music, and there, Claudine Pascal-Grisi has performed on very prestigious Organs, namely: the Boisseau Organ (Notre-Dame de Paris), the Alfred Kern Organ (Saint-Maximin in Thionville, France), the Geisler-Haas-Kuhn Organ (Stifts- und Hofkirche Sankt Leodegard, Luzern, Switzerland), the Möller Organ (National Shrine, Washington, D. C.), the Holtkampf Organ (University of Notre Dame, USA), the Klais Organ (University of the West Indies-Mona Campus, Kingston, Jamaica), etc. • Duo Vox Nova conducts Master Classes and Seminars • • Duo Vox Nova Guest Artists of Honour at the 1st International Orrett Rhoden Music Festival of Jamaica (30-I-2012: https://u-bordeaux3.academia.edu/IlloHumphrey/Concerts-Duo-Vox-Nova • • [¶6] Illo is a pluridisciplinary trilingual simultaneous Interpreter (French A – English A – German C), and has to his credit 21 years of international professional experience (1995-2016). He is one of the regluar interpreters for the General Conference of Seventh-Day Adventists (Silver Spring, Maryland | USA), for the Agence Rive Gauche (Paris), etc.: https://u-bordeaux3.academia.edu/IlloHumphrey/Simultaneous-Interpreter • • [¶7] Illo is one of today’s leading experts in Latin Stenography (Tironian Notes), having to his credit 31 years of scholarly research, publications, transcriptions, and correspondance in tironian notes: https://u-bordeaux3.academia.edu/IlloHumphrey/Tironian-Notes • • Die dominico• calendis octobris• anno Domini A• bis millesimo decimo septimo• • (Sunday, the Calends of October, that is to say the 1st of October, Year of the Lord A, 2017) • • IH | scripsi et subscripsi | Explicit •
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