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Author: Leo Treitler
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2003.
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"Fully revised and updated, Leo Treitler's seventeen classic essays trace the creation and spread of song (cantus), sacred and secular, through oral tradition and writing, in the European Middle Ages. The author examines songs in particular - their design, their qualities and character, their expressive meanings, and their adaptation to their communal and ritual roles - and explores the chances for, and the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Leo Treitler
ISBN: 0198166443 9780198166443
OCLC Number: 50913051
Description: xxx, 506 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm + 1 audio disc (digital ; 4 3/4 in.)
Contents: Medieval improvisation --
Written music and oral music : improvisation in medieval performance --
The Vatican organum treatise and the organum of Notre Dame of Paris : perspectives on the development of a literate music culture in Europe --
Peripheral and central --
On the structure of the Alleluia melisma : a Western tendency in Western chant? --
Homer and Gregory : the transmission of epic poetry and plainchant --
Centonate chant : Übles Flickwerk or e pluribus unus? --
Lingering questions about oral literature --
The politics of reception : tailoring the present as fulfilment of a desired past --
Oral, written, and literate process in the music of the Middle Ages --
Observations on the transmission of some Aquitanian tropes --
History and ontology of the musical work --
The early history of music writing in the West --
Reading and singing : on the genesis of Occidental music writing --
Speaking of Jesus --
Medieval music and language --
The marriage of poetry and music in Medieval song. Compact disc contents. Eighth mode intonation formula and model antiphon from Paris lat. 1121 ; Eighth mode introit Introduxit vos (Frankish) with trope verses from Paris lat. 1121 --
First mode introit antiphon Rorate caeli (Frankish) --
First mode introit antiphon Rorate caeli (Roman, Vatican Vat. lat. 5319, 11th century) --
First mode gradual Sciant gentes (Frankish) --
First mode gradual Sciant gentes (Roman, Codex Bodmer, 11th century) --
Second mode alleluia v. Dies sanctificatus (Frankish) --
Second mode alleluia v. Dies sanctificatus (Roman, Codex Bodmer) --
Organum : first mode alleluia v. Hic Martinus (Vatican Ottob. lat. 3025, the Vatican Organum Treatise) --
Second mode tract Deus deus meus (Frankish) --
Blues : Goin' away (Lightnin' Hopkins) --
Fifth mode offertory Factus est Dominus (Roman, Codex Bodmer) --
Versus Lilium floruit (Paris 3549, 12th century) --
Versus Radix iesse (Paris lat. 1139, ca. 1098) --
Versus Radix iesse (Le Puy A/V/7/009, ca. 1588) --
Landquand li jorn / Jaufre Rudel (Paris fr. 20050, 13th century) --
Palästinalied / Walther von der Vogelweide (13th century)
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"Fully revised and updated, Leo Treitler's seventeen classic essays trace the creation and spread of song (cantus), sacred and secular, through oral tradition and writing, in the European Middle Ages. The author examines songs in particular - their design, their qualities and character, their expressive meanings, and their adaptation to their communal and ritual roles - and explores the chances for, and the obstacles to, our understanding of traditions that were alive a thousand years ago."--Jacket.

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