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Chant and its peripheries : essays in honour of Terence Bailey

Author: Terence Bailey; Bryan Gillingham; Paul Merkley
Publisher: Ottawa, Canada : Institute of Mediaeval Music, ©1998.
Series: Wissenschaftliche Abhandlungen (Institute of Mediaeval Music), Bd. 72.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Chant and its peripheries.
Ottawa, Canada : Institute of Mediaeval Music, ©1998
(OCoLC)639517982
Named Person: Terence Bailey
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Terence Bailey; Bryan Gillingham; Paul Merkley
ISBN: 1896926169 9781896926162
OCLC Number: 40046968
Language Note: English, French or German.
Description: vi, 418 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Festival, text and melody : chronological stages in the life of a chant? / James W. McKinnon --
Performing from the Graduale Triplex / Theodore Karp --
Altrömischer Choral und Melismatik, oder : wie "unendlich" sind altrömischer Melodien? / Karlheinz Schlager --
The types of antiphons in Ambrosian and Gregorian chant / László Dobszay --
Proper tropes in the Old Roman Gradual of Santa Cecilia in Trastevere (A.D. 1071) / Viatcheslav Kartsovnik --
The introit and communion psalmody of Old Roman chant / Joseph Dyer --
Symbolism in the legend of St. David / Owain Tudor Edwards --
L'Auteur de la "Cantilene de Sainte Eulalie" / Yves Chartier --
The Frankish Pater noster chant tradition and anaphoral context / John Boe --
The chants for the consecration of a virgin in the tenth-century pontifical Roman-Germanique / James Borders. The Office of the Transfiguration by Peter the Venerable, Abbot of Cluny (1122-1156) in the manuscript Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, fonds latin 17716 / David Hiley --
The centrality of the lost Cluniac musical tradition / Bryan Gillingham --
Tropes in honor of angels / Ritva Maria Jacobsson --
Parisian calendars of the later Middle Ages / David G. Hughes --
A late-Medieval antiphoner at the University of Western Ontario / Debra Lacoste --
The Jistebnický Cantional and Corpus Christi : aspects of the Hussite liturgical reform / Charles E. Brewer --
The role of liturgical elements in fifteenth-century ceremonial / Paul Merkley --
Josquin Desprez and Ascanio Sforza : a singer in the Cardinal's retinue / Lora Matthews --
Lamentations chant in Spanish sources : a preliminary report / Jane Morlet Hardie --
Chant-inspired music in the chapel of Louis XVI / Jack Eby --
Gregorianizers and harmonizers in mid-nineteenth-century Britain / Richard Kitson.
Series Title: Wissenschaftliche Abhandlungen (Institute of Mediaeval Music), Bd. 72.
Other Titles: Essays in honour of Terence Bailey
Responsibility: edited by Bryan Gillingham and Paul Merkley.

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