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Chant and Notation in South Italy and Rome before 1300

  • Author: Boe, John



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  • Contents: Introduction
  • A new source for Old Beneventan chant: the Santa Sophia Maundy in MS Ottoboni lat 145
  • Old Beneventan chant at Montecassino: Gloriosus confessor Domini Benedictus
  • The neumes and Pater Noster chant of Montecassino codex 426
  • The Frankish Pater Noster chant: tradition and anaphoral context
  • Gloria A and the Roman Easter vigil ordinary
  • The Beneventan apostrophus in South Italian notation, A.D. 1000-1100
  • The 'lost' palimpsest kyries in the Vatican Manuscript Urbinus latinus 602
  • Hymns and poems at mass in 11th-century Southern Italy (other than sequences)
  • Italian and Roman verses for kyrie leyson in the MSS Cologny-Geneve, Bibliotheca Bodmeriana 74 and Vaticanus latinus 5319
  • Review of Thomas Forrest Kelly, The Beneventan Chant
  • Chant notation in 11th-century Roman manuscripts
  • Music notation in Archivo San Pietro C105 and in the Farfa breviary, Chigi C.VI.177
  • The Roman introit Salus populi
  • The Roman Missa sponsalicia
  • Deus Israel and Roman introits
  • Addenda and corrigenda
  • Indexes.