ContentsContents: Two paradigms of orality: the office and the mass, László Dobszay; Salamanca to Sydney: a newly-discovered manuscript of the Lamentations of Jeremiah, Jane Morlet Hardie; Gregorian responsories based on texts from the Book of Judith, Ruth Steiner; Modes and modality: a unifying concept for Western chant?, John Caldwell; Réôme, Cluny, Dijon, Barbara Haggh and Michel Huglo; The first dictionary of music: the Vocabularium musicum of ms Monte Cassino 318, Alma Santosuosso; The twilight of troping, Theodore Karp; To trope or not to trope? Or, how was that English Gloria performed?, William John Summers; Why Marian motets on non-Marian tenors? An answer, Rebecca A. Baltzer; Consecrating the house: the Carmelites and the office of the dedication of a church, James John Boyce, O. Carm.; A historical context for Guido d'Arezzo's use of distinctio, Dolores Pesce; The musical text of the introit Resurrexi, David Hughes; Chants for four masses in the Editio princeps of the Pontificale romanum (1485), James Borders; The double office at St Peter's Basilica on Dominica de Gaudete, Joseph Dyer; Philip the Chancellor and the conductus prosula: 'motetish' works from the School of Notre-Dame, Thomas B. Payne; Vox - littera - cantus: aspects of voice and vocality in medieval song, Philip Weller; Ambrosian processions of the saints, Terence Bailey; Patterns and paleography: revisions, variants, errors, and methods, Andrew Hughes; Notker in Aquitaine, Alejandro Enrique Planchart; The Historia Sancti Magni by Hermannus Contractus (1013–1054), David Hiley; Publications of Bryan Gillingham; Bibliography; Indexes.
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