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Gregorian Chant Intonations and the Role of Rhetoric (Studies in Gregorian Chant, 1) ePub download

by Columba Kelly

  • Author: Columba Kelly
  • ISBN: 0773468722
  • ISBN13: 978-0773468726
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Words Language & Grammar
  • Publisher: Edwin Mellen Pr (June 1, 2003)
  • Pages: 208
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Gregorian Chant Intonations and the Role of Rhetoric (Studies in Gregorian Chant, 1) ePub download

Series: Studies in Gregorian Chant, 1 (Book 1). Hardcover: 208 pages. Publisher: Edwin Mellen Pr (June 1, 2003).

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Gregorian Chant Intona. A guide to performing or conducting Gregorian chant in a d way. It provides a Schenker-style analysis of individual chant pieces and identifies the structure pitches of the composition

Gregorian Chant Intona. See a Problem? We’d love your help. It provides a Schenker-style analysis of individual chant pieces and identifies the structure pitches of the composition. The accompanying CD features short examples.

This SCARCE book meticulously breaks down the music theory behind Gregorian Chant. Binding has glue spilling over onto the endpapers on front and back.

This SCARCE book meticulously breaks down the music theory behind Gregorian Chant Published by The Edwin Mellen Press 2003 Good Condition. General wear to book In our Montrose store. Dimensions: Octavo (. x . and 6 x . ) Spine notes: Rubbing and creasing to spine Item Format: Trade. Condition: Used - Good. New: Item is brand new, unused and unmarked, in flawless condition. Fine/Like New (F): No defects, little usage

A guide to performing or conducting Gregorian chant in a d way.

A guide to performing or conducting Gregorian chant in a d way.

Gregorian chant is the central tradition of Western plainchant, a form of monophonic, unaccompanied sacred song in Latin (and occasionally Greek) of the Roman Catholic Church. Gregorian chant developed mainly in western and central Europe during the. Gregorian chant developed mainly in western and central Europe during the 9th and 10th centuries, with later additions and redactions.

The Divine Office and the Dominican Life, Sacred Music 145:2 (2018): 33–43. This essay explores the role of the Divine Office in Dominican life, focusing on the relationship of the liturgy to study and the apostolate and the meaning of the Divine Office as an officium (duty or office).

Learn about gregorian chant music history with free interactive flashcards. The Emergence of Gregorian Chant in the Carolingian Era'. Antiquity and the Middle Ages: From Ancient Greece to the 15t. Choose from 94 different sets of flashcards about gregorian chant music history on Quizlet. Antiquity and the Middle Ages: From Ancient Greece to the 15. 990. C. 450. Name of article (James McKinnon 3). 'The Emergence of Gregorian Chant in the Carolingian Era'. Where is the article taken from? 'Antiquity and the Middle Ages: From Ancient Greece to the 15t.

History of Gregorian Chant Unaccompanied singing has been part of the Christian liturgy since the earliest days of the Church. Following the legalisation of Christianity in 313, different forms and flavours of chant began to develop by region. Roman Spain produced Mozarabic chant, whose title refers to the Moorish rule over Spanish Christians after the invasion of 711. In fact, the chant was composed and complete by the 7th Century, and altered little thereafter.

Decadent Enchantments: The Revival of Gregorian Chant at Solesmes (California Studies in 19th Century Music). Pierre Combe, Theodore N. Marier, William Skinner.

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