Late medieval liturgical offices in acrostic form

a catalogue and study
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Tina Marshall’s Late Medieval Liturgical Offices in Acrostic Form: A Catalogue and Study builds on the work of Clemens Blume, Andrew Hughes and other scholars in locating, describing and cataloguing 42 liturgical acrostic offices found throughout continental Europe, composed between the eleventh and sixteenth centuries.

The ‘rhymed office’ is a series of versified antiphons and responseries sung at. Late medieval liturgical offices in acrostic form: a catalogue and study / Tina Marshall. imprint Waterloo, Ont.: North Waterloo Academic Press, [], c Late Medieval Liturgical Offices in Acrostic Form; What is a Feast.

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evident from its title, Late Medieval Liturgical Offices in Acrostic Form: A Catalogue and Late medieval liturgical offices in acrostic form book ; indeed, much of the terminology and data are an outgrowth of Hughes's work. This book serves as an example of the kind of focused research it is now possible to undertake, deepening our understanding of late medieval saints' offices as a multi.

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The Breviarium (breviary), the book(s) used by the major clergy as well as men and women members of religious orders for the daily celebration of the Divine Office. Other liturgical books were also used, both in the earlier and later medieval periods, by others involved in liturgical activity, for example, those involved with liturgical music (the choir or chanters) or those charged with preparation for individual liturgical Author: Joanne M.

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Late Medieval Liturgical Offices in Acrostic Form: A Catalogue and Study Kate Helsen. Brent Miles. Heroic Saga and Classical Epic in Medieval Ireland Joanne Findon.

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Samu Niscanen. The Letter Collections of Anselm of Canterbury Giles. The Secular Liturgical Office in Late Medieval England is a thought-provoking and valuable contribution to the study of the liturgy. The work provides a great deal of evidence to demonstrate the variability of liturgical manuscripts, and it provides an important reminder that critical editions and printed versions of the liturgy mask local.

Late Medieval Liturgical Offices in Acrostic Form: A Catalogue and Study. (Kate Helsen) Brent Miles. Heroic Saga and Classical Epic in Medieval Ireland.

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Get this from a library. Late medieval liturgical offices: resources for electronic research: texts. [Andrew Hughes; Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies.] -- "The liturgical office for Thomas of Canterbury was sung from Norway to Hungary.

In versions for monasteries and for secular churches it survives nowadays in several hundred manuscripts. Late medieval saints' offices (transcribed the complete office of Babolenus, Simplicius et soc., as well as Brigid, Patrick, Columbanus, Findan, Virgilius of Salzburg, Canice, Columba, Gallus and Brendan as part of the project, Liturgical Veneration of Irish Saints, University of Maynooth.) Conference papers.

Abstract: Until recently, research on the late medieval English Office liturgy has suggested that all manuscripts of the same liturgical Use, including those of the celebrated and widespread Uses of Sarum and York, are in large part interchangeable and uniform.

From the High Middle Ages the dominance of Gregorian chant has obscured the fact that musical practice in early medieval Europe was far richer than has hitherto been recognized. Despite its historical importance, the "Gregorian" is not the most consistent and probably not the oldest form of Christian chant.

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Volume 23 / Journal: The Journal of Medieval Latin The Journal of Medieval Latin. Genre/Form: Electronic books Indexes Textes Index: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Hughes, Andrew, Late medieval liturgical offices. Toronto [Ont.]:. Late Medieval Liturgical Offices in Acrostic Form: A Catalogue and Study avg rating — 0 ratings — published Want to Read saving /5.

Genre/Form: Floppy disks Indexes: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hughes, Andrew, Late medieval liturgical offices. Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, © "The Secular Liturgical Office in Late Medieval England is a thought-provoking and valuable contribution to the study of the liturgy.

The work provides a great deal of evidence to demonstrate the variability of liturgical manuscripts, and it provides an important reminder that critical editions and printed versions of the liturgy mark local variations that appear in the : Matthew Cheung Salisbury.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title: LMLO ; late medieval liturgical offices. Description: x, pages ; 28 cm + 3 computer. The form and function of a book determined the overall appearance of a script - its aspect - the speed and care with which the letters were formed - its ductus - and the number of space-saving devices employed (notably ABBREVIATIONS).

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Seldom was the same grade of script used for, say, a liturgical manuscript and a document or SCHOOL BOOK. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

“Historical” Dates in Medieval Liturgical Calendars J. Frank Henderson Rose also refers to John J Bond, Hand-Book of Rules and Tables For Verifying Dates with the Christian Era. London: Ell and Daldy grading or a suggestion of a special office for the day.

But even where this is the case (asFile Size: 79KB. Late Medieval Liturgical Offices. Tools for Electronic Research. Texts. January Andrew Hughes This comprehensive study of a vast liturgical corpus provides indexed editions of the texts of some (mostly rhymed) offices in electronic form.

Footer Site Logo HTML. Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies. Address. 59 Queen’s Park. Seminar IX: Liturgical Books. Of the various kinds of medieval manuscript, liturgical books are among the most consistently individual and, therefore, potentially the most revealing about their makers and users.

There are three dimensions to this individuality. Late Medieval Liturgical Offices Search by Feasts. Presents on-screen a number of electronic files from the Texts database in Late Medieval Liturgical Offices, developed by Andrew Hughes (Faculty of Music and Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto).

This book critically explores ways in which our understanding of late medieval liturgy can be enhanced through present-day enactment. It is a direct outcome of a practice-led research project, led by Professor John Harper and undertaken at Bangor University between and in partnership with Salisbury Cathedral and St Fagans National History Museum, near : Hardcover.This story exemplifies some commonly accepted characteristics of late medieval female piety: liturgical devotion, embodiment, vernacularity, ecstatic experience, and community.

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