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Originally published by the Institute of Medieval Music; now distributed by AIM:

Brockett, Chants of the Mozarabic Rite

MS 15-Cov

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MS 15 Clyde Waring Brockett, Jr., Antiphons, Responsories and other Chants of the Mozarabic Rite.

MS 15      978-0-91202-485-1
26 cm    xiii+294 pp.    $66.00

Antiphons, Responsories and other Chants of the Mozarabic Rite. A study of the repertoire.

Contents:
  Acknowledgements  V
  List of Illustrations  XI
  List of Musical Examples and Tables  XII
  Key to the Abbreviations Used  XIII
  Introduction  1

  PART I. MOZARABIC CHANT IN HISTORY
  Chapter 1. The Liturgical Books  13
     Dating of the Codices-In General  15
     Description and Significance of the Principal Codex Types  17
     Narrowly Classified Types of Mozarabic Liturgical Books  21
     Preliminaries to the Catalog  24
     CATALOG OF MOZARABIC CHANT SOURCES 26
     Related Sources 66
  Chapter 2. Historical Concepts. 69
     Historical Continuation of the Liturgy  69
     Progress of the in Northern and its Effect on the Church  72
     Ecclesiastical of Toledo and León  75
     The Chants not found in the of León 88
     Enigma of the Broken Tradition  88
  Chapter 3. The Notation  91
     Neuma sine lineis: puteus sine fune  91
     Types of Mozarabic Musical Notation  95
     Steps toward Deciphering the Notation  105
     Problems Met in Cheironomic Notations  121

  PART II. STRUCTURE AND USAGE OF THE CHANTS
  Chapter 4. The Antiphons  129
  Chapter 5. The Responsories  138
  Chapter 6. The Other Chants  143
     Chants sung at Vespers and Matins 143
     Chants sung at Mass 144
     Occasional Chants  148
  Chapter 7. The Perspective Mozarabic Chant 154
  Bibliography  158

  Supplementary Tables and Appendices  166
  Table 1. Index of Mozarabic Chant Manuscripts Alphabetically Arranged by Location 166
  Table 2. Index of Mozarabic Chant Manuscripts Grouped by Liturgical Type  168
  Table 3. Chants In Manuscripts In Toledan Notation  170
     Antiphons  171
     Responsories  203
     Other Chants  209
  Table 4. Chants Contained in the Antiphonal of León In Manuscripts in Leonese Notation  219
     Antiphons   219
     Responsories  220
     Other Chants  222

  Appendices  224
  Appendix I. Codex T1 (Madrid, B.N. MS. 10.001, Folio 172v) Reconstruction of Texts  224
  Appendix II. Re-Copy of Ms. 13.060 of the Biblioteca Nacional in Madrid (Chant Only) Containing
  the Officia of St. Martin, St. Aemilianus, and the Assumption of St. Mary 226
  Index of Initia with Listing of Concordances 257
  Appendix III. Copy of the Chant Portions in Toledo Cathedral Codex 35.6  259
  Index of Initia with Listing of Concordances  272

 

18.12.2016  

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