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David Hiley (éd.). Antiphonaria... (München: Tutzing, 2009) - Sommaire

David Hiley, « Preface », p. vii-viii.- Terence Bailey, « The Milanese Gospel-processions and the Antiphonae ante evangelium » (p. 1-15).- Giacomo Baroffio, « Antiphonaria Italica » (p. 17-32).- Gioanata Brusa, « Il più antico testimone dell’Ufficio vercellese : L’Antifonario plenario-tonario Vercelli, Bibl. Cap., cod. LXII » (p. 33-51).- László Dobszay, « The Dichotomy between Defining a Rite and Analysing an Antiphonale » (p. 53-59).- Barbara Haggh, « Towards a History of chant in Northwest Europe : The Place of the Antiphoner » (p. 61-79).- Kate Helsen, « Questions about Recurrent Melodic Material in the Great Responsories » (p. 81-89).- David Hiley, « Post-Pentecost antiphons » (p. 91-98).- David Hiley, « Antiphons transmitted with varying or different melodies » (p. 99-135).- Michel Huglo, « Note sur le RISM, Série ANTIPHONARIA » (p. 137-141).- Michel Huglo, « A Statistical Survey of Notated Liturgical Manuscripts » (p. 143-145).- Debra Lacoste, « Similarities in Responsory Series Represented by Hierarchical Diagrams : New Tools for Determining Manuscript Affiliation » (p. 147-169).- Ike de Loos, « Modes and Melodies in the Great Responsories » (p. 171-200).- Andreas Pfisterer, « Vorläufige Hinweise zur Choraltradition der Windesheimer Kongregation » (p. 201-206).- Ruth Steiner, « Musical Interpolations into the Liturgical Reading of the Book of Job » (p. 207-218).

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