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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Music and culture in the Middle Ages and beyond.
Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2016
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Benjamin David Brand; David J Rothenberg
|ISBN:||9781316663837 1316663833 9781316799765 131679976X 9781316799499 1316799492|
|Description:||1 online resource|
|Contents:||Cover; Half-title; Title page; Copyright information; Dedication; Table of contents; List of figures; List of tables; List of examples; Note on Contributors; Introduction; I. Chant, Liturgy, and Ritual; II. Archival and Source Studies; III. Symbolism; Part I Chant, Liturgy, and Ritual; 1 Music and Liturgy in Medieval Capua; Appendix 1a Manuscripts in and/or from Capua, mostly liturgical, and in rough chronological order; Appendix 1b Manuscripts of Capua cited by scholars by now evidently lost. Appendix 2 List of external processions from Milan, Biblioteca capitolare, MS E. II. 13 (fifteenth century) Appendix 3 Persistence of the Old Beneventan Rite at Capua; 2 The Model Antiphon Series Primum quaerite in Hucbald's Office In plateis and in Other Post-Carolingian Chant; Hucbald's Office In plateis and the Model Antiphons; The Model Antiphons and Other Early Numerical Offices; The Model Antiphons and Latin Mass Proper Chant; Model Antiphons and Gregorian Chant; The Two Earliest-Known Sources for the Model Antiphons; Conclusions; 3 Singing from the Pulpit. 4 Liturgy and Politics in Renaissance Florence5 Music and Pageantry in the Formation of Hispano-Christian Identity; "La Noche Triste": An Essential Preamble; Civic and Religious Ceremonies on the Feast of St. Hippolytus; The Feast of St. Hippolytus in the Christian Formation of the Aztecs; Singing and Dancing on the Feast of St. Hippolytus; Part II Archival and Source Studies; 6 The Sources and the Sanctorale; Dating Liturgical Manuscripts; 7 Vernacular Contexts for the Monophonic Motet; 8 Tradition and Innovation in Fourteenth-Century Instrumental Music; Soft Instruments, ca. 1330-1400. Loud Instruments: 1300-1400Conclusion; 9 Melchior or Marchion de Civilibus, prepositus brixiensis; Padua, 1410-11; New Documents in Brescia; Padua, Vicenza, and Venice, from 1425; 10 Papal Musicians at Cambrai in the Early Fifteenth Century; 11 Sixtus IV, the Franciscans, and the Beginning of Music Printing in Fifteenth-Century Rome; Part III Symbolism; 12 The Gate that Carries Christ; 13 A Musical Lesson for a King from the Roman de Fauvel; I; II; III; IV; 14 Preaching to the Choir?; Celebrating the Domus Dei in Song and Sermon. Obrecht's Factor orbis and Laudemus nunc Dominum: Transformations in Song and Sermon15 The Madonna Triptych; Bibliography; Manuscripts; Printed Works Before 1600; Printed Works After 1600; Index.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Benjamin Brand, David J. Rothenberg.|