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  • ISBN10: 0226395804

Re-Envisioning Past Musical Cultures Ethnomusicology in the Study of Gregorian Chant

by Peter Jeffery

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  • Publisher: Univ of Chicago Pr
  • Publish date: 09/01/1995
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Acknowledgments Introduction 1: The Problem 2: The New Historical View of Chant Transmission A: The Theories of Treitler and Hucke B: Oral and Written Transmission as Conceived in the New Historical View 3: Some Reflections on the New Historical View A: The "Rules" of "Grammar" and "Rhetoric": Deciphering the "Language" of Formulaic Chant B: Problems of Proof and Plausibility: The Need for Empirical Confirmation C: Implications and Applications: Toward Methodologies for Melodic Criticism and Editing D: Summary 4: Some Ethnomusicological Concerns A: Some Terms B: Cross-Cultural Comparisons 1: Principles of Comparison 2: Some Comparable Cultures C: The Performers and Their World D: Books and the Oral/Written Continuum 1: The Historical Continuum, from Oral to Written 2: Uses of Books in Liturgical Celebrations 3: Performance Practice E: Cultural Contexts 1: Musical Contacts between Clergy and Laity 2: Liturgical and Quasi-Liturgical "Folk Songs" 3: Regional Chant Dialects 4: Art Music vs. Folk Song in the Liturgy 5: Some Possible Means of Oral Transmission in Liturgical Chant A: Formulas 1: Repetition 2: Ranges of Variability 3: Concepts of "Formula" and "Centonization" in Selected Cultures 4: "Formulas" with Syntactic Functions B: Melody Types, Melodic Models, and Tune Families 1: Melodic Groups and Types 2: Melodic Outlines and Contours 3: Kinds of Melodic Models: A Continuum 4: The Impact of Modal Theory C: Interpolated Syllables D: Melodic Embellishment E: Organum 6: Summary and Conclusion Works Cited Index
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