Chapter 2 Bibliography

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Suggestions for Further Reading

Aurelius Augustinus. De musica liber VI: a critical edition with a translation and an introduction by Martin Jacobsson. Stockholm, Sweden: Almqvist & Wiksell International, 2002.

Burns, Paul. “Augustine’s Distinctive Use of the Psalms in the Confessions: the Role of Music and Recitation.” Augustinian Studies 24 (1993): 133–146; reprinted in Forms of Devotion: Conversion, Worship, Spirituality, and Asceticism, edited by Everett Ferguson, 157–170. New York: Garland, 1999.

Chamberlain, David. “Philosophy of Music in the Consolatio of Boethius.” Speculum 45 (1970): 80–97.

Hentschel, Frank. “The Sensuous Music Aesthetics of the Middle Ages: The Cases of Augustine, Jacques de Liège and Guido of Arezzo.” Plainsong and Medieval Music 20 (2011): 1–29.

Hochschild, Paige E. Memory in Augustine’s Theological Anthropology. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.

James, Edward. “The Rise and Function of the Concept ‘Late Antiquity.’” Journal of Late Antiquity 1 (2008): 20–30.

Jeffery, Peter. “Rome and Jerusalem: from Oral Tradition to Written Repertory in Two Ancient Liturgical Centers.” In Essays on Medieval Music in Honor of David G. Hughes, edited by Graeme Boone, vol. 4 of Isham Library Papers, 207–247. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Department, 1995.

Lauxtermann, Marc D. “Medieval Latin and Byzantine Accentual Metrics.” In Poesia dell’ alto medioevo europeo: manuscritti, lingua e musica dei ritmi latini, edited by Francesco Stella, 107–117. Florence: SISMEL edizioni del Galluzzo, 2000.

Martyn, John. “Gregory the Great on Organ Lessons and on Equipping Monasteries.” Medievalia et Humanistica, 30 (2004): 107–114.

McKinnon, James, ed. Music in Early Christian Literature. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987.

Norberg, Dag. An Introduction to the Study of Medieval Latin Versification. Translated by Grant C. Roti and Jacqueline de la Chapelle Skubly, edited by Jan Ziolkowski. Washington, DC: Catholic University of America Press, 2004.

Philippart, Guy, with Michel Trigalet. “Latin Hagiography before the Ninth Century: A Synoptic View.” In The Long Morning of Medieval Europe: New Directions in Early Medieval Studies, edited by Jennifer R. Davis and Michael McCormick, 111–129. Burlington: Ashgate, 2008.

Sullivan, Blair. “The Unwritable Sound of Music: The Origins and Implications of Isidore’s Memorial Metaphor.” In The Echo of Music: Essays in Honor of Marie Louise Göllner, edited by Marie Louise Martinez-Gollner and Blair Sullivan, no. 39 of Detroit Monographs in Musicology, 39–54. Warren, Mich.: Harmony Park Press, 2004.

Verhelst, Stéphane. “The liturgy of Jerusalem in the Byzantine period.” In Christians and Christianity in the Holy Land: From the Origins to the Latin Kingdoms, edited by Ora Limor and Guy G. Strousma, vol. 5 of Cultural Encounters in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, 421–426. Turnhout: Brepols, 2006.

Wright, Roger. “Rhythmic Poetry and the Author’s Vernacular.” In Poetry of Early Medieval Europe: Manuscripts, Language and Music of the Rhythmical Latin Texts; III Euroconference for the Digital Edition of the Corpus of Latin Rhythmical Texts 4th–9th century, edited by Edoardo D’Angelo and Francesco Stella, 343–355. Florence: SISMEL, edizioni del Galluzzo, 2003.