Music in the History of the Western Church With an Introduction on Religious Music Among Primitive and Ancient Peoples
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Music in the History of the Western Church With an Introduction on Religious Music Among Primitive and Ancient Peoples

By Edward Dickinson
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Table of Contents
  • MUSIC IN THE HISTORY OF THE WESTERN CHURCH
    • PREFACE
    • CONTENTS
  • MUSIC IN THE HISTORY OF THE WESTERN CHURCH
    • CHAPTER I PRIMITIVE AND ANCIENT RELIGIOUS MUSIC
      • CHAPTER II RITUAL AND SONG IN THE EARLY CHRISTIAN CHURCH A.D. 50-600
      • CHAPTER III THE LITURGY OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH
      • CHAPTER IV THE RITUAL CHANT OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH
        • Example of Gregorian Tones. First Tone with its Endings.
        • Example of a Florid Chant.
        • Authentic Modes   Plagal Modes
        • Authentic Modes   Plagal Modes
      • Example of Gregorian Tones. First Tone with its Endings.
      • Example of a Florid Chant.
      • Authentic Modes   Plagal Modes
      • Authentic Modes   Plagal Modes
      • CHAPTER V THE DEVELOPMENT OF MEDIAEVAL CHORUS MUSIC
        • Example of Organum or Diaphony, First Species
        • Example of Organum or Diaphony, Second Species
        • Example of Discant in Three Parts with Different Words (Twelfth Century).
        • Example of the Simple Style (stile famigliare). Palestrina.
        • Fragment of Kyrie, from the Mass of Pope Marcellus. Novello’s Edition. Palestrina.
      • Example of Organum or Diaphony, First Species
      • Example of Organum or Diaphony, Second Species
      • Example of Discant in Three Parts with Different Words (Twelfth Century).
      • Example of the Simple Style (stile famigliare). Palestrina.
      • Fragment of Kyrie, from the Mass of Pope Marcellus. Novello’s Edition. Palestrina.
      • CHAPTER VI THE MODERN MUSICAL MASS
      • CHAPTER VII THE RISE OF THE LUTHERAN HYMNODY
      • CHAPTER VIII RISE OF THE GERMAN CANTATA AND PASSION
      • CHAPTER IX THE CULMINATION OF GERMAN PROTESTANT MUSIC: JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH
      • CHAPTER X THE MUSICAL SYSTEM OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND
      • CHAPTER XI CONGREGATIONAL SONG IN ENGLAND AND AMERICA
      • CHAPTER XII PROBLEMS OF CHURCH MUSIC IN AMERICA
    • CHAPTER II RITUAL AND SONG IN THE EARLY CHRISTIAN CHURCH A.D. 50-600
    • CHAPTER III THE LITURGY OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH
    • CHAPTER IV THE RITUAL CHANT OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH
      • Example of Gregorian Tones. First Tone with its Endings.
      • Example of a Florid Chant.
      • Authentic Modes   Plagal Modes
      • Authentic Modes   Plagal Modes
    • Example of Gregorian Tones. First Tone with its Endings.
    • Example of a Florid Chant.
    • Authentic Modes   Plagal Modes
    • Authentic Modes   Plagal Modes
    • CHAPTER V THE DEVELOPMENT OF MEDIAEVAL CHORUS MUSIC
      • Example of Organum or Diaphony, First Species
      • Example of Organum or Diaphony, Second Species
      • Example of Discant in Three Parts with Different Words (Twelfth Century).
      • Example of the Simple Style (stile famigliare). Palestrina.
      • Fragment of Kyrie, from the Mass of Pope Marcellus. Novello’s Edition. Palestrina.
    • Example of Organum or Diaphony, First Species
    • Example of Organum or Diaphony, Second Species
    • Example of Discant in Three Parts with Different Words (Twelfth Century).
    • Example of the Simple Style (stile famigliare). Palestrina.
    • Fragment of Kyrie, from the Mass of Pope Marcellus. Novello’s Edition. Palestrina.
    • CHAPTER VI THE MODERN MUSICAL MASS
    • CHAPTER VII THE RISE OF THE LUTHERAN HYMNODY
    • CHAPTER VIII RISE OF THE GERMAN CANTATA AND PASSION
    • CHAPTER IX THE CULMINATION OF GERMAN PROTESTANT MUSIC: JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH
    • CHAPTER X THE MUSICAL SYSTEM OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND
    • CHAPTER XI CONGREGATIONAL SONG IN ENGLAND AND AMERICA
    • CHAPTER XII PROBLEMS OF CHURCH MUSIC IN AMERICA
    • BIBLIOGRAPHY
    • INDEX
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    • Footnotes
    • Transcriber’s Notes
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