Chapter 8 Bibliography

Works Cited in Music in the Medieval West

Aubrey, Elizabeth. “Genre as a Determinant of Melody in the Songs of the Troubadours and Trouvères.” In Medieval Lyric: Genres in Historical Context, edited by William Paden, 273–96. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2000.

Aubrey, Elizabeth. “Reconsidering ‘High Style’ and ‘Low Style’ in Medieval Song.” Journal of Music Theory 52 (2008): 75–122.

Baldwin, John. Paris, 1200. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2010.

Barr, Cyrilla. “From devozione to rappresentazione: Dramatic Elements in the Holy Week Laude of Assisi.” In Crossing the Boundaries: Christian Piety and the Arts in Italian Medieval and Renaissance Confraternities, edited by Konrad Eisenbichler, 11–32. Kalamazoo, MI: Medieval Institute Publications, 1991.

Bayless, Martha. Parody in the Middle Ages: The Latin Tradition. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1996.

Brooke, Rosalind B. The Image of St. Francis: Responses to Sainthood in the Thirteenth Century. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006.

Butterfield, Ardis. Poetry and Music in Medieval France: From Jean Renart to Guillaume de Machaut. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002.

Doss-Ginby, Eglal, et al. ed. and trans. Songs of the Women Trouvères. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2001.

Dyer, Joseph. “Speculative ‘Musica’ and the Medieval University of Paris.” Music and Letters 90/2 (2009): 177–204.

Dyer, Joseph. “The Place of Musica in Medieval Classifications of Knowledge.” Journal of Musicology 24 (2007): 3–71.

Ferreira, Manual Pedro. “Rondeaux and Virelais: The Music of Andalus and the Cantigas de Santa María.” Plainsong and Medieval Music 13 (2004): 127–40.

Givens, Jean A. Observation and Image-Making in Gothic Art. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2005.

Haines, John and Patricia de Witt. “Johannes de Grocheio and Aristotelian Natural Philosophy.” Early Music History 27 (2008): 47–98.

Haines, John. Medieval Song in Romance Languages. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010.

Huot, Sylvia. From Song to Book: The Poetics of Writing in Old French Lyric and Lyrical Narrative Poetry. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1987.

Katz, John, and John E. Keller, eds. International Symposium on the Cantigas de Santa María, 1981. New York, N.Y. Madison, WI: Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies, 1987.

Koenig, V. Frederic, ed. Les Miracles de Notre Dame par Gautier de Coinci. Paris: Librairie Minard, 1961.

Loewen, Peter. “Francis the Musician and the Mission of the Joculatores Domini in Medieval German Lands.” Franciscan Studies 60 (2002): 251–90.

McGee, Timothy. Medieval Instrumental Dances. Indianapolis: University of Indiana Press, 1989.

Nichols, Stephen G. “‘Art’ and ‘Nature’: Looking for (Medieval) Principles of Order in Occitan Chansonnier N (Morgan 819).” In The Whole Book: Cultural Perspectives on the Medieval Miscellany, edited by Stephen G. Nichols and Siegfried Wenzel. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1996.

Novikoff, Alex J. “Toward a Cultural History of Scholastic Disputation.” American Historical Review 117 (2012): 331–64.

Page, Christopher. Voices and Instruments of the Middle Ages: Instrumental Practice and Songs in France, 1100–1300. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1986.

Payne, Thomas B. “‘Aurelianis civitas’: Student Unrest in Medieval France and a Conductus by Philip the Chancellor.” Speculum 75 (2000): 589–614.

Rimmer, Joan. “Medieval Instrumental Dance Music.” Music and Letters 72 (1991): 61–68.

Saltzstein, Jennifer. “Relocating the Thirteenth-Century Refrain: Intertextuality, Authority and Origins.” Journal of the Royal Musical Association 135 (2010): 245–79.

Schaffer, Martha E. “The ‘Evolution’ of the Cantigas de Santa María: The Relationships between MSS T, F, and E.” In Cobras e son: Papers on the Text, Music, and Manuscripts of the “Cantigas de Santa María.” edited by Stephen Parkinson, 186–213. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000.

Symes, Carol. “The Appearance of Early Vernacular Plays: Forms, Functions, and the Future of Medieval Theater.” Speculum 77 (2002): 778–831.

Symes, Carole. A Common Stage: Theater and Public Life in Medieval Arras. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2007.

Thomas of Celano. First Life of St. Francis. London: Methuen, 1908.

Walch, James Joseph. The Thirteenth: Greatest of Centuries. New York: Fordham University Press, Mullen, 1952.


Chapter 8 Suggestions for Further Reading

Alfonso X. Las cantigas de Santa María: Códice rico, Ms. T-1-1, Real biblioteca del Monasterio de San Lorenzo de El Escorial, edited by Laura Fernández Fernández and Juan Carlos Ruiz Souza. Madrid: Patrimonio Nacional: Testimonio Compañía Editorial, 2011.

Bracken, Paul. “The myth of the medieval minstrel: an interdisciplinary approach to performers and the chansonnier repertory.” Viator 33 (2002): 100– 116.

Brewer, Charles E. “The Cantigas d’amigo of Martin Codax in the Context of Medieval Secular Latin Song.” La Corónica: A Journal of Medieval Spanish Language and Literature 26 (1998): 17– 28.

Classen, Albrecht. “The Carmina Burana: A Mirror of Latin and Vernacular Literary Traditions from a Cultural-Historical Perspective: Transgression is the Name of the Game.” Neophilologus 94 (2010): 477–497.

Doss-Quinby, Eglal, Samuel N. Rosenberg, and Elizabeth Aubrey, eds. The Old French Ballette: Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Douce 308. Geneva: Librairie Droz, 2006.

Galvez, Marisa. Songbook: How Lyrics became Poetry in Medieval Europe. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2012.

Lipton, Sara. “Where are the Gothic Jewish women? On the Non-iconography of the Jewess in the Cantigas de Santa Maria.” Jewish History 22 (2008): 139– 177.

Lower, Michael. “The burning at Mont-Aimé: Thibaut of Champagne’s preparations for the Baron’s Crusade of 1239.” Journal of Medieval History 29 (2003): 95– 108.

Njus, Jesse. “What Did It Mean to Act in the Middle Ages?: Elisabeth of Spalbeek and Imitatio Christi.” Theatre Journal 63 (2011): 1– 21.

O’Neill, Mary. Courtly Love Songs of Medieval France: Transmission and Style in the Trouvère Repertoire. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006.

O’Sullivan, Daniel E. “Editing Melodic Variance in Trouvère Song.” Textual Cultures 3 (2008): 54– 70.

Page, Christopher. “Listening to the Trouvères.” Early Music 25 (1997): 638– 650, 653– 656, and 659.

Peraino, Judith A. Giving Voice to Love: Song and Self-Expression from the Troubadours to Guilllaume de Machaut. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011.

Stevens, John E. Words and Music in the Middle Ages: Song, Narrative, Dance, and Drama, 1050– 1350. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1986.

Waldbröl, Dirk van Betteray. “The sequence ‘Nature Victime novali zynke ses’ – a melodical restitution in accordance with the neumes.” In Hortus troporum: Florilegium in honorem Gunillae Iversen. A Festschrift in Honour of Professor Gunilla Iversen, edited by Alexander Andrée and Erika Kihlmann, 12– 20. (Acta Universitatis Stockholmiensis: Studia Latina Stockholmiensia, 54). Stockholm: Stockholms Universitet, 2008.