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Papers read at the 15th meeting of the IMS study group Cantus Planus : (Dobogókő/Hungary, 2009, Aug. 23-29), edited by Barbara Haggh-Huglo, Debra Lacoste with the members of the Cantus Planus Advisory Board, Nicolas Bell ... [et al.]

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Papers read at the 15th meeting of the IMS study group Cantus Planus : (Dobogókő/Hungary, 2009, Aug. 23-29)
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Papers read at the 15th meeting of the IMS study group Cantus Planus
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(Dobogókő/Hungary, 2009, Aug. 23-29)
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edited by Barbara Haggh-Huglo, Debra Lacoste with the members of the Cantus Planus Advisory Board, Nicolas Bell ... [et al.]
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Cantus Planus
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Dobogókő proceedings
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  • ger
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  • illustrations
  • music
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Principally in English; some papers in Italian and German
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bibliography
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  • Haggh, Barbara Helen
  • Lacoste, Debra S
  • Bell, Nicolas
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  • Wissenschaftliche Abhandlungen
  • Musicological studies
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  • Bd. 100 =
  • vol. 100
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  • Church music
  • Gregorian chants
  • Church music
  • Gregorianischer Gesang
  • Church music
  • Gregorian chants
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Papers read at the 15th meeting of the IMS study group Cantus Planus : (Dobogókő/Hungary, 2009, Aug. 23-29), edited by Barbara Haggh-Huglo, Debra Lacoste with the members of the Cantus Planus Advisory Board, Nicolas Bell ... [et al.]
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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volume
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rdacarrier
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text
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txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Michel Huglo
  • "The stream or the source"? : comparing Gregorian and Old Roman great responsories
  • Kate Helsen
  • Analysis of old Hispanic chant : problems and proposals
  • Emma Hornby and Rebecca Maloy
  • Alleluia, Venite ad lusitaniam : a comparative study of monophonic alleluias in pre-1600 Portuguese sources
  • Diego Alte da Veiga
  • The Coptic psalmos : text and achitext, or, Composing in an oral music high culture
  • Bala zs De ri
  • Congregati sunt inimici nostri : a survey, the Holy War, and the Order of St. Jerome
  • v. 1.
  • Manuel Pedro Ferreira
  • The medieval musical manuscripts of the Cistercian order in Portugal and Galicia
  • Mara Fortu
  • Codex 14208 of the Austrian National Library in Vienna : a witness to the medieval liturgical practice of the Teutonic Order?
  • Hanna Zu hlke
  • Expressing the ineffable : music in the texts of medieval Latin liturgical poetry
  • Gunilla Iversen
  • The relationship of text to melody in chants with different meters adapted to the same melody
  • Ann-Marie Nilsson
  • Two fragmentary Latin song collections from thirteenth-century Normandy
  • Opening remarks / Barbara Haggh-Huglo. Songs for the Theotokos : pieces of papyrus and the early Byzantine Theotokia
  • Charles E. Brewer
  • Medieval sequence commentaries : traditions and techniques
  • Erika Kihlman --
  • Christian Troelsga rd
  • Katakosme son ton nympho na sou Sio n = Adorna thalamum tuum Sion : East and West in the medieval Roman celebration of Candlemas
  • Joseph Dyer
  • Rome, Milan, and the Confractoria
  • Terence Bailey
  • Observations about chant with texts translated from Greek into Latin
  • James Borders
  • A recent survey of Catalonian and Mallorcan ordinals and its contribution to the editorial approach to normative liturgical texts
  • Miklo s Istva n Fo ldva ry
  • Die notation im Seckauer Liber ordinarius der Handschrift A-Gu 756 von 1345 und ein Einblick in die Rekonstruierung der Kyriemelodien anhand der Neumierung
  • Inga Behrendt
  • Religious chant in the late Ottoman Empire between Petros Berekete s and Hammamizade Ismail Dede Efendi
  • Oliver Gerlach
  • Lenten chants on the rising of Lazarus in early Mediterranean antiphoners
  • Gabriella Gila nyi
  • Nota Romana in Aemilia : Documenti sulla diffusione della notazione dell'Italia centrale nella diocesi di Reggio Emilia
  • v. 2.
  • Cesarino Ruini
  • Pitch clarification in twelfth-century Bamberg
  • Miriam Monroe Wendling
  • The manuscripts Sin 319 and Voskr 27: Innovation in Russian liturgical practice at the end of the twelfth century
  • Svetlana Poliakova
  • The Franciscans in Carniola and their chant
  • Jurij Snoj
  • The Dubrovnik antiphoner
  • Ana C izmic --
  • Comparative research into medieval mass repertories
  • Ga bor Kiss
  • Trinity College, Cambridge, 'Ms. Fragment': new evidence for the mutable transmission and notation of chant in the later Middle Ages
  • Matthew Ward
  • The liturgical placements of three processional antiphons
  • Orsolya Csomo
  • The transmission of non-CAO antiphons in later medieval pontificals
  • David Hiley
  • The office for the translation of St. Nicholas in fifteenth-century Parisian confraternity manuscripts
  • Sarah Ann Long
  • Making a saint orthodox : honoring St. Albert of Sicily
  • James Boyce
  • "Tangere cymbalum" : on the meaning of cymbals in the daily life of religious communities of the canons regular in the high middle ages
  • Thomas La szlo Csana dy
  • Zum Wesen liturgischer Spiele
  • Stefan Engels
  • Dalla contemplatio alla compassio : tendenze espressive in passioni italiane fra medioevo e Rinascimento
  • v. 3.
  • Dieo Toigo
  • Dramatic frameworks in the Office of St. Daniel, levita et martyr oflla notazione dell'Italia centrale nella diocesi di Reggio Emilia
  • Cesarino Ruini
  • Pitch clarification in twelfth-century Bamberg
  • Miriam Monroe Wendling
  • The manuscripts Sin 319 and Voskr 27: Innovation in Russian liturgical practice at the end of the twelfth century
  • Svetlana Poliakova
  • The Franciscans in Carniola and their chant
  • Jurij Snoj
  • The Dubrovnik antiphoner
  • The composition of English saints' offices in the tenth and eleventh centuries
  • Ana C izmic --
  • Henry Parkes
  • A new source for the liturgical office of St. Vincent, Tongeren, Stadsarchief (B-TOa), Sint-Jacobsgasthius 61
  • Pieter Mannaerts
  • Un ufficio sconosciuto di san Gerardo di Csana d
  • Andrea Kova cs
  • The chants for St. Verena of Zurzach and other Historiae of the Lake Constance region
  • Response to Jerome Weber
  • Michel Huglo
  • Two early Kyrie chants
  • Marit H©ıye
  • Some traces of the "Enchiriadis" system in Justus ut palma graduals
  • Robert Bernagiewicz
  • From orbit to landscape : the deployment of the Octoichos
  • Alexey Yaropolov ; with introduction by Christian Troelsga rd
  • Fluxus : music notation for performing tenth-century chant : a performer's opinion on music notation
  • Geert Maessen
  • Padua
  • Monastic liturgical singing after the Second Vatican council
  • Karin Strinnholm Lagergren
  • CANTUS : a database for Latin ecclesiastical chant : progress reports, August 2009
  • Debra Lacoste
  • Antiphonaria : inventories of antiphoners in Belgian Flanders : report 2009
  • Inga Behrendt, Sarah Ann Long, Pieter Mannaerts
  • Program of the meeting. Contribuzione dell'Italia centrale nella diocesi di Reggio Emilia
  • Cesarino Ruini
  • Pitch clarification in twelfth-century Bamberg
  • Miriam Monroe Wendling
  • Anna Vildera
  • The manuscripts Sin 319 and Voskr 27: Innovation in Russian liturgical practice at the end of the twelfth century
  • Svetlana Poliakova
  • The Franciscans in Carniola and their chant
  • Jurij Snoj
  • The Dubrovnik antiphoner
  • Ana C izmic
  • The Hungarian Officium stellae within a European network of epiphany dramas
  • Nauscia Morandi
  • Realizzare oggi un dramma liturgico
  • Lanfranco Menga
  • Gallican chant before the Octoechos
  • Jerome F. Weber
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
3 volumes (viii, 958 pages)
Isbn
9781926664217
Isbn Type
(v. 2)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations (some color), music
System control number
  • (OCoLC)854575231
  • (OCoLC)ocn854575231
Label
Papers read at the 15th meeting of the IMS study group Cantus Planus : (Dobogókő/Hungary, 2009, Aug. 23-29), edited by Barbara Haggh-Huglo, Debra Lacoste with the members of the Cantus Planus Advisory Board, Nicolas Bell ... [et al.]
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Michel Huglo
  • "The stream or the source"? : comparing Gregorian and Old Roman great responsories
  • Kate Helsen
  • Analysis of old Hispanic chant : problems and proposals
  • Emma Hornby and Rebecca Maloy
  • Alleluia, Venite ad lusitaniam : a comparative study of monophonic alleluias in pre-1600 Portuguese sources
  • Diego Alte da Veiga
  • The Coptic psalmos : text and achitext, or, Composing in an oral music high culture
  • Bala zs De ri
  • Congregati sunt inimici nostri : a survey, the Holy War, and the Order of St. Jerome
  • v. 1.
  • Manuel Pedro Ferreira
  • The medieval musical manuscripts of the Cistercian order in Portugal and Galicia
  • Mara Fortu
  • Codex 14208 of the Austrian National Library in Vienna : a witness to the medieval liturgical practice of the Teutonic Order?
  • Hanna Zu hlke
  • Expressing the ineffable : music in the texts of medieval Latin liturgical poetry
  • Gunilla Iversen
  • The relationship of text to melody in chants with different meters adapted to the same melody
  • Ann-Marie Nilsson
  • Two fragmentary Latin song collections from thirteenth-century Normandy
  • Opening remarks / Barbara Haggh-Huglo. Songs for the Theotokos : pieces of papyrus and the early Byzantine Theotokia
  • Charles E. Brewer
  • Medieval sequence commentaries : traditions and techniques
  • Erika Kihlman --
  • Christian Troelsga rd
  • Katakosme son ton nympho na sou Sio n = Adorna thalamum tuum Sion : East and West in the medieval Roman celebration of Candlemas
  • Joseph Dyer
  • Rome, Milan, and the Confractoria
  • Terence Bailey
  • Observations about chant with texts translated from Greek into Latin
  • James Borders
  • A recent survey of Catalonian and Mallorcan ordinals and its contribution to the editorial approach to normative liturgical texts
  • Miklo s Istva n Fo ldva ry
  • Die notation im Seckauer Liber ordinarius der Handschrift A-Gu 756 von 1345 und ein Einblick in die Rekonstruierung der Kyriemelodien anhand der Neumierung
  • Inga Behrendt
  • Religious chant in the late Ottoman Empire between Petros Berekete s and Hammamizade Ismail Dede Efendi
  • Oliver Gerlach
  • Lenten chants on the rising of Lazarus in early Mediterranean antiphoners
  • Gabriella Gila nyi
  • Nota Romana in Aemilia : Documenti sulla diffusione della notazione dell'Italia centrale nella diocesi di Reggio Emilia
  • v. 2.
  • Cesarino Ruini
  • Pitch clarification in twelfth-century Bamberg
  • Miriam Monroe Wendling
  • The manuscripts Sin 319 and Voskr 27: Innovation in Russian liturgical practice at the end of the twelfth century
  • Svetlana Poliakova
  • The Franciscans in Carniola and their chant
  • Jurij Snoj
  • The Dubrovnik antiphoner
  • Ana C izmic --
  • Comparative research into medieval mass repertories
  • Ga bor Kiss
  • Trinity College, Cambridge, 'Ms. Fragment': new evidence for the mutable transmission and notation of chant in the later Middle Ages
  • Matthew Ward
  • The liturgical placements of three processional antiphons
  • Orsolya Csomo
  • The transmission of non-CAO antiphons in later medieval pontificals
  • David Hiley
  • The office for the translation of St. Nicholas in fifteenth-century Parisian confraternity manuscripts
  • Sarah Ann Long
  • Making a saint orthodox : honoring St. Albert of Sicily
  • James Boyce
  • "Tangere cymbalum" : on the meaning of cymbals in the daily life of religious communities of the canons regular in the high middle ages
  • Thomas La szlo Csana dy
  • Zum Wesen liturgischer Spiele
  • Stefan Engels
  • Dalla contemplatio alla compassio : tendenze espressive in passioni italiane fra medioevo e Rinascimento
  • v. 3.
  • Dieo Toigo
  • Dramatic frameworks in the Office of St. Daniel, levita et martyr oflla notazione dell'Italia centrale nella diocesi di Reggio Emilia
  • Cesarino Ruini
  • Pitch clarification in twelfth-century Bamberg
  • Miriam Monroe Wendling
  • The manuscripts Sin 319 and Voskr 27: Innovation in Russian liturgical practice at the end of the twelfth century
  • Svetlana Poliakova
  • The Franciscans in Carniola and their chant
  • Jurij Snoj
  • The Dubrovnik antiphoner
  • The composition of English saints' offices in the tenth and eleventh centuries
  • Ana C izmic --
  • Henry Parkes
  • A new source for the liturgical office of St. Vincent, Tongeren, Stadsarchief (B-TOa), Sint-Jacobsgasthius 61
  • Pieter Mannaerts
  • Un ufficio sconosciuto di san Gerardo di Csana d
  • Andrea Kova cs
  • The chants for St. Verena of Zurzach and other Historiae of the Lake Constance region
  • Response to Jerome Weber
  • Michel Huglo
  • Two early Kyrie chants
  • Marit H©ıye
  • Some traces of the "Enchiriadis" system in Justus ut palma graduals
  • Robert Bernagiewicz
  • From orbit to landscape : the deployment of the Octoichos
  • Alexey Yaropolov ; with introduction by Christian Troelsga rd
  • Fluxus : music notation for performing tenth-century chant : a performer's opinion on music notation
  • Geert Maessen
  • Padua
  • Monastic liturgical singing after the Second Vatican council
  • Karin Strinnholm Lagergren
  • CANTUS : a database for Latin ecclesiastical chant : progress reports, August 2009
  • Debra Lacoste
  • Antiphonaria : inventories of antiphoners in Belgian Flanders : report 2009
  • Inga Behrendt, Sarah Ann Long, Pieter Mannaerts
  • Program of the meeting. Contribuzione dell'Italia centrale nella diocesi di Reggio Emilia
  • Cesarino Ruini
  • Pitch clarification in twelfth-century Bamberg
  • Miriam Monroe Wendling
  • Anna Vildera
  • The manuscripts Sin 319 and Voskr 27: Innovation in Russian liturgical practice at the end of the twelfth century
  • Svetlana Poliakova
  • The Franciscans in Carniola and their chant
  • Jurij Snoj
  • The Dubrovnik antiphoner
  • Ana C izmic
  • The Hungarian Officium stellae within a European network of epiphany dramas
  • Nauscia Morandi
  • Realizzare oggi un dramma liturgico
  • Lanfranco Menga
  • Gallican chant before the Octoechos
  • Jerome F. Weber
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
3 volumes (viii, 958 pages)
Isbn
9781926664217
Isbn Type
(v. 2)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations (some color), music
System control number
  • (OCoLC)854575231
  • (OCoLC)ocn854575231

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