Sacred Music and Liturgical Reform: Treasures and Transformations

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LiturgyTrainingPublications, Jan 1, 2007 - Music - 682 pages
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Contents

The Role Purpose and Characteristics of Music in the Liturgy
1
The Purpose of Liturgical Music Based on the Nature
8
The Characteristics of Liturgical Music
19
The Motu Proprio Tra Le Sollecitudini 1903
28
The Development of Musical Historical Consciousness
55
Worship Music New and Old in the Seventeenth
64
The NineteenthCentury Cecilian Turn to the Past
75
The NineteenthCentury Gregorian Chant Revival
108
The Second Vatican CouncilSacrosanctum Concilium
314
Musicam Sacram 1967
339
The Treasury of Sacred Music in the Reformed Roman
359
Problem Area II The Role of the Choir
382
Problem Area III The Liturgical Composer
417
Using Inherited Genres I Gregorian Chant
466
Using Inherited Genres II The Polyphonic
508
Using Inherited Genres III The Motet
545

The TwentiethCentury German Lutheran Rebirth
130
The Early Music and Authentic Performance
155
Musical Historical Consciousness and a Theology
181
The Liturgical Movement and Liturgical Music Traditions
193
Liturgy and Music at Cross Purposes
243
Roman Documents 19471958
293
Using Inherited Genres IV The Vernacular
563
Conclusion
603
Bibliography
613
Index
661
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