Chapter 9 Bibliography

Works Cited in Music in the Medieval West

Baltzer, Rebecca A. “The Polyphonic Progeny of an Et gaudebit: Assessing Family Relations in the Thirteenth-Century Motet.” In Hearing the Motet: Essays on the Motet of the Middle Ages and Renaissance, edited by Dolores Pesce, 17–27. New York: Oxford University Press, 1997.

Bonaventure. The Mind’s Road to God. Translated by George Boas. New York: Liberal Arts Press, 1953.

Everist, Mark. “From Paris to St. Andrews: The Origins of W1.” Journal of the American Musicological Society 43 (1990): 1–42.

Farmer, Sharon. Surviving Poverty in Medieval Paris: Gender, Ideology, and the Daily Lives of the Poor. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2002.

Fassler, Margot E. Gothic Song: Victorine Sequences and Augustinian Reform in Twelfth-Century Paris, revised edition. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 2011.

Gaposchkin, M. Cecilia. The Making of Saint Louis: Kingship, Sanctity, and Crusade in the Later Middle Ages. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2008.

Gross, Guillaume. “Organum at Notre Dame in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries: Rhetoric and Music.” Plainsong and Medieval Music 15 (2006): 87–108.

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

Haines, John. “Anonymous IV as an Informant on the Craft of Music Writing.” Journal of Musicology 23 (2006): 375–425.

Horste, Kathryn. “‘A Child Is Born’: The Iconography of the Portail Ste.-Anne at Paris.” Art Bulletin 69 (1987): 187–210.

Huglo, Barbara Haggh, and Michel Huglo. “Magnus liber, maius munus: Origine et destinée du manuscrit F.” Revue de musicologie 90 (2004): 193–230.

Huot, Sylvia. Allegorical Play in the Old French Motet: The Sacred and the Profane in Thirteenth-Century Polyphony. Stanford, California: Stanford University Press, 1997.

Maurey, Yossi. “Heresy, Devotion, and Memory: The Meaning of Corpus Christi in Saint-Martin of Tours.” Acta Musicologica 78 (2006): 159–96.

Minnis, Alastair, and Rosalynn Voaden, eds. Medieval Holy Women in the Christian Tradition c. 1100–c. 1500. Turnhout: Brepols, 2010.

Mulder-Bakker, Annecke B. ed. Mary of Oignies: Mother of Salvation. Turnhout: Brepols, 2006.

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

Pesce, Dolores. “The Significance of Texts in Thirteenth-Century Latin Motets.” Acta Musicologica 58 (1986): 91–117.

Philip the Chancellor, Motets and Prosulas, edited by Thomas B. Payne. Middleton, WI: AR Editions, 2011.

Planchart, Alejandro Enrique. “The Flower’s Children.” Journal of Musicological Research 17 (2003): 303–48.

Rankin, Susan. “Some Medieval Songs.” Early Music 31 (2003): 331–44.

Roesner, Edward H. “Who ‘Made’ the ‘Magnus Liber’?” Early Music History 20 (2001): 227–66.

Roesner, Edward. “Codex Calixtinus and the Magnus Liber Organi: Some Preliminary Observations.” In El Códice Calixtino y la música de su tiempo, edited by José López-Calo and Carlos Villanueva, 135–61. A Coruña: Fundación Pedro Barrié de la Maza, 2001.

Roesner, Edward. Magnus Liber Organi: Parisian Liturgical Polyphony from the 12th and 13th Centuries, 7 vols. With editorial work by Mark Everist, Edward Roesner, Rebecca Baltzer, and Thomas Payne.            Monaco: Editions de l’Oiseau-Lyre, 2010.

Rothenberg, David. “The Marian Symbolism of Spring, ca. 1200–ca. 1500: Two Case Studies.” Journal of the American Musicological Society 59 (2006): 319–98.

Rothenberg, David. The Flower of Paradise: Marian Devotion and Secular Song in Medieval and Renaissance Music. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011.

Rouse, Richard and Mary Rouse. “The Early Library of the Sorbonne.” In Authentic Witnesses: Approaches to Medieval Texts and Manuscripts, 370–72. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 1991.

Simon, Walter. “Beguines, Liturgy, and Music in the Middle Ages: An Exploration.” In Beghinae in cantu instructae: Music Patrimony from Flemish Beguinages (Middle Ages–Late-18th Century), edited by Pieter Mannaerts, 15–26. Turnhout: Brepols, 2009.

Smith, Damian J. Crusade, Heresy and Inquisition in the Lands of the Crown of Aragon (c. 1167–1276). Boston: Brill, 2010.

Tanay, Dorit E. Noting Music, Marking Culture: The Intellectual Context of Rhythmic Notation, 1250–1400. Holzgerlingen: Hänssler, 1999.

Walters, Barbara R., et al. The Feast of Corpus Christi. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2006.

Wright, Craig. Music and Ceremony at Notre Dame of Paris, 500–1550. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989.

Yudkin, Jeremy. “The Anonymous of St. Emmeram and Anonymous IV on the Copula.” Musical Quarterly 70 (1984): 1–22.

Suggestions for Further Reading

Atkinson, Charles M. “Franco of Cologne on the rhythm of organum purum.” Early Music History 9 (1990): 1–26.

Baumann, Dorothea. “Acoustics in Gothic cathedrals: Theory and practical experience in the Middle Ages.” In Les orgues gothiques: Actes du colloque de Royaumont, 1995, edited by Marcel Pérès, 37–48. Paris: Créaphis, 2001.

Binski, Paul. “The Heroic Age of Gothic and the Metaphors of Modernism.” Gesta 52 (2013): 3–19.

Bradley, Catherine A. “New Texts for Old Music: Three Early Thirteenth-Century Latin Motets.” Music & letters 93 (2012): 149–169.

Busse Berger, Anna Maria. “Mnemotechnics and Notre Dame Polyphony.” The Journal of Musicology 14 (1996): 263–298.

Everist, Mark, ed. Music before 1600: Models of Musical Analysis. Oxford: Blackwells, 1992. [This volume includes analyses by Norman Smith of a thirteenth-century motet; by Leo Treitler of lyrical songs; and by Sarah Fuller of a Machaut ballade, “De toutes flors.”]

Fassler, Margot E. “Music and the Miraculous: Mary in the Mid-Thirteenth-Century Dominican Sequence Repertory.” In Aux Origines de la Liturgie Dominicaine: Le Manuscrit Santa Sabina XIV L1., edited by Leonard E. Boyle and Pierre-Marie Gy, 229–278. Paris and Rome: Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, 2004.

Immel, Steven C. “The Vatican Organum Treatise Re-examined.” Early Music History 20 (2001): 121–172.

Haines, John. “The Footnote Quarrels of the Modal Theory: A Remarkable Episode in the Reception of Medieval Music.” Early Music History 20 (2001): 87–120.

Mannaerts, Pieter. “An exception to the rule? The thirteenth-century Cistercian Historia for Mary of Oignies.” Journal of the Alamire Foundation 2 (2010): 233–269.

Pesce, Dolores. “The Significance of Text in Thirteenth-Century Latin Motets.” Acta musicologica 58 (1986): 91–117.

Rankin, Susan. “Thirteenth-century Notations of Music and Arts of Performance.” In Vom Preis des Fortschritts: Gewinn und Verlust in der Musikgeschichte, edited by Andreas Haug and Andreas Dorschel, 110–141. Graz: Universal Edition, 2008.

Roesner, Edward H. “The Emergence of Musica Mensurabilis.” In Studies in Medieval Sources and Style: Essays in Honor of Jan LaRue, edited by Eugene K. Wolf and Edward H. Roesner, 41–74. New York, Madison A-R, 1990.

Simon, Walter. “Beguines, liturgy, and music in the Middle Ages: An exploration.” In Beghinae in cantu instructae: Music patrimony from Flemish beguinages, edited by Pieter Mannaerts, 15–26. Turnhout: Brepols, 2009.

Treitler, Leo. “Regarding meter and rhythm in the Ars antiqua.” Musical Quarterly 65 (1979): 524–58.

Williams, Kallan. “The ‘Magnus liber organi’: An annotated bibliography.” Music reference services quarterly 11 (2008): 37–65.

Whitcomb, Pamela. “Teachers, booksellers and taxes: reinvestigating the life and activities of Johannes de Garlandia.” Plainsong and Medieval Music 8 (1999): 1–13.