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Text, liturgy, and music in the Hispanic rite : the vespertinus genre / Raquel Rojo Carrillo.

Author/Creator:
Carrillo, Raquel Rojo, author.
Publication:
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2021]
Format/Description:
Book
xvii, 399 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Series:
Currents in Latin American & Iberian music
Currents in Latin American and Iberian music
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Subjects:
Church music -- Spain.
Church music -- Catholic Church.
Mozarabic chants -- History and criticism.
Church music.
Mozarabic chants.
Mozarabic rite (Catholic Church).
Catholic Church -- Mozarabic rite.
Catholic Church.
Spain.
Form/Genre:
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Summary:
"The Hispanic rite (also known as "Mozarabic", "Visigothic" or "Old Hispanic" rite) was the liturgy practiced on most of the Iberian Peninsula from at least the eighth century (date of the earliest extant manuscript) until 1080, when the Council of Burgos suppressed it in favor of the Roman rite and its musical repertoire, Gregorian chant. After its official suppression, a few parishes, very likely linked with Christians of Mozarabic heritage, continued practicing the Iberian liturgy until the turn of the fourteenth century, as suggested by the most recent Hispanic rite manuscripts. The diversity of the contexts where the Hispanic rite was observed is reflected in the manuscript sources and represents a challenge when trying to identify which the key features of this rite are. These sources, however, have much in common, including the use of specific chant, reading and prayer genres"-- Provided by publisher.
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 The Liturgical Context of the Vespertini
The Hispanic Rite's Liturgical Year
Series of Offices in the Hispanic Rite
The Hispanic Rite Offices in the Manuscripts Containing Vespertini
Vespers Services
Preliminary Conclusions
ch. 2 The Vespertinus Texts
The Vespertinus Texts in the Hispanic Rite Manuscripts
Topics, Speakers, and Addressees in the Vespertinus Texts
From Biblical Verses to Vespertinus Texts
Preliminary Conclusions
ch. 3 The Relationship between Text and Liturgical Assignments in the Vespertini
The Liturgical Assignments of the Vespertini
The Profile of the Vespertinus Texts in Each Series of Offices
Preliminary Conclusions
ch. 4 Tracing the Music of a Hispanic Rite Chant Genre
Terminology and Methodological Considerations for the Study of the Musical Grammar in a Hispanic Rite Chant Genre
Standard Melodic Patterns
Quantifiable Melodic Data in the Vespertini
The Vespertinus Melodies
Performance of the Vespertini
Preliminary Conclusions.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references (pages 353-381) and indexes.
Other format:
Online version: Carrillo, Raquel Rojo, Text, liturgy, and music in the Hispanic rite
ISBN:
9780197503768
0197503764
9780197503782
OCLC:
1153632474
Publisher Number:
99986244772