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Music and ceremony at Notre Dame of Paris, 500-1550

Author: Craig M Wright
Publisher: Cambridge [England] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1989.
Series: Cambridge studies in music.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Craig M Wright
ISBN: 0521244927 9780521244923
OCLC Number: 18521286
Description: xvii, 400 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Contents: [Part] I : Introduction --
The church, the clergy, and the cloister. The church ; The clergy ; The cloister --
[Part] II : Chant and liturgy --
Aspects of Parisian chant and liturgy. Traces of a Gallican liturgy ; Vestiges of Gallican chant ; Carolingian reform and the beginnings of a Parisian usage within the Roman rite ; Development of the Parisian calendar ; The feasts of the high Middle Ages ; The Parisian kyriale --
The shape of the liturgy in the Late Middle Ages. Placement of the clergy ; The ferial psalter ; The schedule of the divine offices ; The evening service : festal Vespers and Compline ; The night service : festal Matins and Lauds ; The morning service : lesser hours and high mass ; The feasts of the Late Middle Ages ; Votive masses ; Confraternal services --
[Part] III : The wondrous machine --
The organ. The organists ; The musical repertoire --
[Part] IV : Personnal and institutions --
The choirboys. Administration ; Masters of music ; Education ; Duties and musical repertoire --
The church and the court. The Carolingian Laudes regiae ; The coronation of Henry VI of England at Notre Dame ; The Renaissance king : Francis I --
[Part] V : Repertoire, composers, and performance --
Gothic polyphony. Polyphony for Christmas week ; The Magnus liber organi of Leoninus and its place of origin ; The diffusion of organa within the liturgy of Notre Dame ; The dissemination of the Magnus liber organi beyond Paris : an hypothesis --
Composers. Adam Precentor (olim Adam of St. Victor) ; Magister Albertus Stampensis : precentor Parisiensis ; Magister Leoninus ; Magister Perotinus Magnus (Petrus Succentor?) ; Philip the Chancellor ; Philippe de Vitry ; Billard, Benôit, and Grossin ; Johannes Ockeghem ; Loyset Compère and Antoine de Longueval ; Antoine Brumel ; Louis van Pullaer ; Pierre Certon and Mathieu Sohier --
Traditions of musical performance. The image of the choir ; Memory ; Visual aids ; Organum ; Discant, res facta, and counterpoint --
[Part] VI : Conclusion --
Change and continuity.
Series Title: Cambridge studies in music.
Responsibility: Craig Wright.
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