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The Psalms, their structure and musical rendering

Author: A Madeley Richardson
Publisher: London : Vincent Music Co., 1903.
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Genre/Form: Psalms (Music)
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: A Madeley Richardson
OCLC Number: 4078763
Description: x, 130 pages : music ; 17 cm
Contents: I: General considerations : Bishop Westcott's message ; Its reception ; The old style and the new ; The design of the verses ; Of the paragraphs ; Of the chants ; Refrains ; The doxologies ; The best guide --
II: The composer's position : Present false position ; Shewn by external evidence ; And by internal ; Old Jewish composer's position ; The inwardness of music ; The true spirit ; The spirit of the words ; And of the music --
III: The composer's task : The mutability of music ; Two general rules ; Results of their neglect ; An unreasonable position ; Results of their acceptance ; An objection ; Defects of modern chant books ; The composer's sure guide ; His materials ; Their employment ; In detail ; Sequence of keys ; Interludes ; Refrains --
IV: The chant : The old definition ; Defective ; "Gregorians" and "Anglicans" ; A corrupt following ; True principles of the chant ; Its germ ; Intonation, meditation, cadence ; A change ; The "form" of the Anglican chant ; The old tones ; Their teaching for us ; New forms ; Not entirely new ; Internal structure and its meaning ; The three styles ; Harmonic progression ; Old and new plans ; Triplets ; Extended forms of chant ; Important consideration of pace --
V: Other devices : A widely accepted notion ; Its fallacy ; The monotone ; Its employment ; Another alternative ; The setting ; The interlude ; Its place ; Its assistance ; Its meaning ; Its use ; Examples ; A wide field ; Its pastures --
VI: The psalms in detail : Psalms I to CL considered --
VII: Chanting : The one thing needful ; The composers limitations ; The object of chanting ; The use of language ; An indictment ; Doubt and confusion ; A futile cry ; Another voice ; An answer ; Given by the highest authority ; The decadence of chanting ; A lesson from Marbeck ; Its teaching ; The next step ; A lesson from Tallis ; Mark its meaning ; Tallis's chant ; Two points ; Abide by true principles ; An expedient ; Its fatal results ; Hold to the old ; An artistic monstrosky ; A comforting assurance ; The root of the matter ; The teacher's work ; An antidote ; For general use ; Its effects ; A picture of chanting ; Doubts ; Replies --
VIII: The system in use : An axiom ; An attitude ; Leading the people ; To higher things ; Congregational singing ; Its employment ; The goal attained.
Responsibility: by A. Madeley Richardson ... with an introduction by S.M. Taylor ...

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