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Author Catholic Church.

Title The Ambrosian processions "ad crucem" / by Terence Bailey.

Published Lions Bay, BC, Canada : The Institute of Mediæval Music, [2015]


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Southbank CE  780.01 WISS  v.107    LIB USE ONLY
Uniform title Ambrosian chants. Selections.
Physical description 126 pages : music ; 28 cm.
Series Wissenschaftliche Abhandlungen ; Band CVII = Musicological studies ; vol. CVII.
Wissenschaftliche Abhandlungen (Institute of Mediaeval Music) ; Bd. 107.
Contents Introduction -- Meaning of 'ad crucem' -- Description of the ceremony -- Repetitions -- Liturgical purpose of the ceremony -- Antiphonae or psallendae? -- Occasions -- Texts -- Proliferation of the ceremony 'ad crucem' -- Structure of the melodies -- Early circumstances of ecclesiastical chant -- Process of chant composition -- Origin of the pitch series employed in chant -- Tonal assignments of the antiphonae ad crucem -- Differentiae -- Elaborate tones -- Simple tones -- Irregularities in the differentiae -- Sources -- Alphabetic notation employed in the schemata -- Melodic outlines -- Explanatory example : the first two melodic phrases of Angelus domini revolvens -- Transcriptions and analyses of the antiphons (alphabetically with finalis) -- Adveniens dominus abstulit (E) -- Alleluia claude et signa (F) -- Angelus domini revolvens (G) -- Ante colles ego (D) -- Ante multum temporis (G) -- Aperientur portae tuae (E) -- Apparuit gratia salvatoris (G) -- Bonum est confidere (F) -- Cantate domino benedicite (G) -- Decantabat populus in Israel (C) -- Dicent inter gentes (G) -- Ecce iam aperti (F) -- Exaudi domine deus (G) -- Gaude Ierusalem et laetare (G) -- Grandis pulchritudo eius (D) -- Hodie nobis caelorum (F) -- Hodierni diei sollemnitas (F) -- In medio crepidinis (E) -- In voluntate tua (B) -- ludica domine nocentes (B) -- Iustorum animae in manu (D) -- Iustus in perpetuum (B) -- Magnificatum est cor (D) -- Missus est angelus (G) -- Missus est Gabriel (G) -- Non sumus memores (G) -- Repleatur os meum (G) -- Resurgens Iesus dominus (F) -- Salvator mundi intemerata (E) -- Spiritus domini replevit (G) -- Transite transite per portas (D) -- Unde transgressio mortem (G) -- Undecim discipuli abierunt (F) -- Venite et videte (A) -- Vide domine quoniam (E) -- Videntes stellam gavisi (F) -- Viri Galilaei quid (G) -- Visus dominus in via (F) -- The proper assignments in liturgical order.
Language notes Text in Latin, with introduction and commentary in English.
Other author Bailey, Terence, author of introduction, writer of added commentary.
Biblioteca capitolare di Milano. Manuscript. Ms II.F.2.2, originator.
Bodleian Library. Manuscript. Lat. liturg. a.4, originator.
Houghton Library. Manuscript. MS Lat 388, originator.
Subject Catholic Church -- Ambrosian rite -- Liturgy -- History.
Biblioteca capitolare di Milano. Manuscript. Ms II.F.2.2 -- History.
Bodleian Library. Manuscript. Lat. liturg. a.4 -- History.
Houghton Library. Manuscript. MS Lat 388 -- History.
Ambrosian chants.
Ambrosian chants -- History and criticism.
Antiphons (Music) -- History and criticism.
Antiphons (Music)
Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern) -- History.
ISBN 9781926664378