Music and liturgy in medieval Britain and Ireland / edited by Ann Buckley, Lisa Colton.

"Locus iste: This place. So begins the well-known sung text, or plainchant, forming part of the religious dedication of a building or altar. It can found in hundreds of musical sources across Europe, from the earliest complete surviving antiphonary to include neumes (probably copied at the Swis...

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Other Authors: Buckley, Ann (Ann I.) (Editor), Colton, Lisa (Editor)
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Published: Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2022.
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505 0 0 |g Part I. Liturgical Texts and their Contexts.  |t Textual Witnesses to Insular Liturgies /  |r Ann Buckley and Lisa Colton --  |t Contexts for the Late Medieval Pontifical of Anian, Bishop of Bangor : Issues of the 'Local' and the 'More-Than-Local' /  |r John Harper --  |t Insular Uses Other Than That of Salisbury /  |r John Caldwell --  |t Saints and their Sung Texts in Manuscripts of the Sarum Sanctorale : The Case of Margaret, Virgin and Martyr /  |r Matthew Cheung Salisbury.  |g Part II. Patterns in the Veneration of Regional and Local Saints in Insular Liturgical Sources.  |t Introduction to Part II /  |r Ann Buckley & Lisa Colton --  |t Plainchant Offices for the Saints of Medieval Britain and Ireland : Some Reflections on their Local and National Significance /  |r David Hiley --  |t Insular Saints in Irish Sarum Sources of the Office /  |r Ann Buckley --  |t Responsory Verses for Irish and Insular Saints : Medieval Singer-Composers at Work /  |r Barbara Haggh-Huglo --  |t Pater Columba : The Irish and Scottish Offices of St Columba of Iona (Colum Cille) /  |r Ann Buckley.  |g Part III.  |t Textual Witnesses to Insular-Continental Networks.  |t Introduction to Part III /  |r Ann Buckley & Lisa Colton --  |t Nation, Identity, and the Liturgical Cult of St Katherine of Alexandria in Twelfth-Century England /  |r James J. Blasina --  |t The Dominicans and their Identity in Medieval Britain and Ireland : Evidence from Dominican Gospel Lections /  |r Eleanor J. Giraud --  |t Liturgy and Devotion in Insular Witnesses to the Cult of the Three Kings of Cologne /  |r Lisa Colton. 
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