Russian Church Singing, vol. II

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St Vladimir's Seminary Press, 1980 - Music - 400 pages
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Development and practice of liturgical chant in Russia: origins, extant manuscripts, composers, notation, language, performance and relationship to the liturgy.
  

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Contents

Introduction
3
VI
9
Summary
38
The Period of Kondakarian Singing
53
Major Centers of Liturgical Singing
71
Liturgical Practices in Monasteries
87
Pronunciation
102
Melodic Structure
116
The Tsars Singing Clerics
203
Put and Demestvo
230
The Period of Early Russian Polyphony
249
The Tsars Singing Clerics and the Patriarchal Singing Clerics
271
Demestvenny Notation
292
Put Notation
305
Liturgical Drama
324
A Period of Transition
339

Kondakarian Singing
129
The Period Dominated by Znamenny Chant
177
The Metropolitans
181

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