ISBN-10:
0754626326
ISBN-13:
9780754626329
Pub. Date:
03/01/2009
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Chant and Its Origins: New Edition / Edition 1

Chant and Its Origins: New Edition / Edition 1

by Thomas Forrest Kelly
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ISBN-13: 9780754626329
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 03/01/2009
Series: Music in Medieval Europe Series
Pages: 542
Product dimensions: 6.73(w) x 9.80(h) x 1.42(d)

About the Author

Thomas Kelly is Harvard College Professor and Morton B. Knafel Professor of Music, Harvard University, USA

Table of Contents

Contents: Introduction; Part I General Overviews of Scholarship: Gregorian studies in the 21st century, Richard Crocker; Writings on Western plainchant in the 1980s and 1990s, David Hiley. Part II Early History: Jerusalem and Rome (and Constantinople): the musical heritage of 2 great cities in the formation of the medieval chant traditions, Peter Jeffery; The singing of psalms in the early-medieval office, Joseph Dyer; The 8th-century Frankish-Roman communion cycle, James McKinnon. Part III Editions and Repertories: The critical edition of the Roman gradual by the monks of Solesmes, Jacques Froger; Research on the antiphoner - problems and perspectives, Hartmut Möller. Part IV Analytical studies: Some remarks on Jean Claire's octoechoes, László Dobszay; The offertory chant of the Roman liturgy and its musical form, Joseph Dyer; The Gregorian office antiphons and the comparative method, Edward Nowacki. Part V Roman and Frankish Chant: The central problem of Gregorian chant, Willi Apel; Die Entstehung des gregorianischen Chorals, Bruno Stäblein; The question of the 'old-Roman' chant: a reappraisal, Paul F. Cutter; Papal schola versus Charlemagne, S.J.P. van Dijk; Introits and archetypes: some archaisms of the old Roman chant, Thomas H. Connolly; Towards a new historical view of Gregorian chant, Helmut Hucke; Gregorian chant and the Romans, Kenneth Levy; Remarks on Roman and non-Roman offertories, Andreas Pfisterer. Part VI Other Chant Traditions: The development and chronology of the Ambrosian sanctorale: the evidence of the antiphon texts, Terence Bailey; The Beneventan chant, Thomas Forrest Kelly; The old Hispanic rite as evidence for the earliest forms of the Western Christian liturgies, Don M. Randel; Index.

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