Chapter 4 Bibliography

Works cited in Music in the Medieval West

Bjork, David A. The Aquitanian Kyrie Repertory of the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries, edited by Richard L. Crocker. Aldershot, Hampshire, and Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2003.

Bjork, David A. “On the Dissemination of Quem quaeritis and the Visitatio sepulchri and the Chronology of Their Early Sources.” Comparative Drama 14(1980): 46–69.

Black, Jonathan. “The Use of Liturgical Texts in Hrotsvit’s Works.” In Hrotsvit of Gandersheim: Rara Avis in Saxonia? edited by Katharina M. Wilson, 165–81. Ann Arbor, MI: Medieval and Renaissance Colloquium, 1987.

Blackburn, Bonnie J. and Leofranc Holford-Strevens. The Oxford Companion to the Year. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999.

Bower, Calvin M. “From Alleluia to Sequence: Some Definitions of Relations.” In Western Plainchant in the First Millennium, edited by Sean Gallagher et al., 351–98. Burlington, VT: Ashgate: 2003.

Chamberlain, David. “Musical Imagery and Musical Learning in Hrotsvit.” In Hrotsvit of Gandersheim: Rara Avis in Saxonia? A Collection of Essays, edited by Katharina M. Wilson, 79–97. Ann Arbor, MI: Medieval and Renaissance Colloquium, 1987.

Cochelin, Isabelle. “When the Monks Were the Book: The Bible and Monasticism (6th–11th Centuries).” In The Practice of the Bible in the Middle Ages: Production, Reception, and Performance in Western Christianity, edited by Susan Boynton and Diane Reilly, 61–83. New York: Columbia University Press, 2011.

Crocker, Richard L. The Early Medieval Sequence. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1977.

Crocker, Richard L. “The Troping Hypothesis.” Musical Quarterly 52 (1966): 183–203.

Ekkehard IV. “The Three Inseparables,” from Ekkehard’s History of St. Gall. In Life in the Middle Ages, edited by George Gordon Coulton, 50–57. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1967.

Evans, Paul. The Early Trope Repertory of Saint Martial de Limoges. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1970.

Fassler, Margot E., and Rebecca A. Baltzer, eds. The Divine Office in the Latin Middle Ages: Methodology and Source Studies, Regional Developments, Hagiography. New York: Oxford University Press, 2000.

Flanigan, C. Clifford. “The Roman Rite and the Origins of the Liturgical Drama.” University of Toronto Quarterly 43 (1974): 263–84.

Forse, James H. “Religious Drama and Ecclesiastical Reform in the Tenth Century.” Early Theater 5 (2002): 47–70.

Fuller, Sarah. “Interpreting Hucbald on Mode.” Journal of Music Theory 52 (2008): 13–40.

Gamer, Helena M. “The Earliest Evidence of Chess in Western Literature: The Einsiedeln Verses.” Speculum 29 (1954): 734–50.

Grier, James. The Musical World of a Medieval Monk: Adémar de Chabannes in Eleventh-Century Aquitaine. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006.

Grotans, Anna A. Reading in Medieval St. Gall. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006.

Harper, John. The Forms and Orders of Western Liturgy: From the Tenth to the Eighteenth Century. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1991.

Haug, Andreas. “Re-Reading Notker’s Preface.” In Quomodo cantabimus canticum? Studies in Honor of Edward H. Roesner, edited by David Cannata et al., 65–80. Middleton, WI: American Institute of Musicology, 2008.

Hroswitha, Ascensio. Translated by M. Gonsalva Wiegand in “The Non-Dramatic Works of Hroswitha,” 75–86. PhD diss., St. Louis University, 1936.

Iversen, Gunilla. “Aspects of the Transmission of the Quem Quaeritis.” Text: transactions of the Society for Textual Scholarship 3 (1987): 155–82.

Kruckenberg, Lori. “Making a Sequence Repertory.” In The Sequences of Nidaros: A Nordic Repertory and Its European Context, edited by Lori Kruckenberg and Andreas Haug, 5–44. Trondheim: Tapir Academic Press, 2006.

Planchart, Alejandro. “On the Nature of Transmission and Change in Trope Repertories.” Journal of the American Musicological Society 41 (1988): 215–49.

Rankin, Susan. “The Earliest Sources of Notker’s Sequences: St Gallen, Vadiana 317, and Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale Lat. 10587.” Early Music History 10 (1991): 201–3.

Suggestions for Further Reading

Arlt, Wulf and Susan Rankin, eds. Stiftsbibliothek Sankt Gallen Codices 484 & 381 / kommentiert und in Faksimile. Wintherthur, Zurich: Amadeus; New York: OMI [distributor], 1996.

Berschin, Walter. “Early medieval Latin poetry of Mary.” In The Church and Mary : papers read at the 2001 Summer Meeting and the 2002 Winter Meeting of the Ecclesiastical History Society, edited by R. N. Swanson, vol 39 of Studies in Church History, 112–125. Woodbridge, Suffolk, UK; Rochester, NY: Boydell Press, 2004.

Björkvall, Gunilla and Andreas Haug. “Performing Latin verse: Text and music in early Medieval versified Offices.” In The Divine Office in the Latin Middle Ages: Methodology and source studies, regional developments, hagiography, edited by Margot Fassler and Rebecca A. Baltzer, 278–299. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000.

Billett, Jesse. “The Liturgy of the ‘Roman’ office in England from the Conversion to the Conquest.” In Rome across Time and Space: Cultural Transmission and the Exchange of Ideas c. 500–1400, edited by Claudia Bolgia et al., 84–110. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011.

Boe, John. “Gloria A and the Roman Easter Vigil Ordinary.” Musica Disciplina 36, (1982): 5–37.

Colette, Marie-Noël, ed. Paris, Bibl. Nationale, nouv. acq. lat. 1871. Tropaire séquentiaire prosaire prosulaire de Moissac. Publications de la Société française de Musicologie, I/27. Paris: Société française de musicologie, 2006.

Corpus Troporum. Editions of trope texts with commentaries, now in over ten volumes, edited by Gunilla Björkvall, Gunilla Iversen, Ritva Jacobsson, et al. Stockholm: Almqvist and Wiksell International, 1975–.

Dobszay, László. “Antiphon variants and chant transmissions.” Studia Musicologia 45 (2004): 67–93.

Dyer, Joseph. “The Singing of Psalms in the Early-Medieval Office.” Speculum 64 (1989): 535–578.

Fassler, Margot. “Filming the Nuns of Regina Laudis: Old and New Evidence for Monastic Studies.” Religion Compass 4 (2010): 340–352.

Fassler, Margot. “Mary’s Nativity, Fulbert of Chartres, and the Stirps Jesse: Liturgical Innovation circa 1000 and Its Afterlife.” Speculum 75 (2000): 389–434.

Goudesenne, Jean-François. “A typology of historiae in West Francia (8–10 c.)” Plainsong and Medieval Music 13 (2004): 1–31.

Helms, Mary W. “Sacred Landscape and the Early Medieval European Cloister. Unity, Paradise, and the Cosmic Mountain.” Anthropos 97 (2002): 435–453.

Hughes, David G. “The Paschal Alleluia in Medieval France.” Plainsong and Medieval Music 14 (2005): 11–57.

Pfisterer, Andreas. “Italian and Gallican Alleluia Psalmody.” Plainsong and Medieval Music 17 (2008): 55–68.

Steiner, Ruth. “Hartker’s antiphoner and the Oral Tradition of Chant at St. Gall.” In Sangallensia in Washington: The Arts and Letters of Medieval St. Gall Viewed from the Late Twentieth Century, edited by James C. King, 199–212. New York: P.Lang, 1993.