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Hispania vetus: Musical-Liturgical Manuscripts from Visigothic Origins to the Franco-Roman Transition (9th-12th Centuries)
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Hispania vetus: Musical-Liturgical Manuscripts from Visigothic Origins to the Franco-Roman Transition (9th-12th Centuries)

  • ISBN: 978-84-96515-50-5
  • Editorial: Fundación BBVA
  • Encuadernación: Cartoné con sobrecubierta
  • Formato: 25,5x31
  • Páginas: 480
  • Idiomas: Inglés
  • Tipo: LIBRO

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One of the features particular to the liturgical history of the Iberian Península is the existence of a local tradition, the Hispanic rite (known also as the Visigothic or Mozarabic rite), whose structure was fully Consolidated by around the year 700. This book offers a detailed analysis of a key episode in Iberian liturgical history, the transition from the Hispanic to the Franco-Roman rite, in a process ranging from the first Visigothic sources to the newly introduced Franco-Roman ones. The period between the 9th and 12th centuries was one of profound change in the political, religious and sociocultural structures of the Iberian Peninsula, coinciding with a liturgical reform fostered by Rome and channelled through a broad network of centers throughout the Carolingian Empire.
In the first part of this study, nine leading researchers examine the Visigothic corpus and the process of transition from a range of disciplinary perspectives -textual and musical paleography, philology, history and musicology- making innovative contributions to the current state of research. The second part of the book complements this interdisciplinary approach with a description of a selected corpus of 89 liturgical-musical manuscripts, representing different formal typologpes, periods and cultural áreas in the Hispanic territories. The manuscripts are presented using the diferent systems of Iberian notation -Visigothic, Catalán, transition systems and Aquitaine- following a chronological order. The catalog description of the sources is accompanied by a painstaking full-page colour reproduction, allowing readers to enjoy a historical and artistic treasure which in most cases has never before been published.
The work will be of great interest to musicologists, philologists, paleographers, codicologists and historians, but also to a non-specialist public interested in learning more about a somewhat obscure part of written cultural heritage: a historical period marked by an ecclesiastical focus, paralleling a renewed Christian spirit and a fresh sense of European consciousness.

CONTENIDO:

Acknowledgments
Foreword (Anscari M. Mundó)
Introduction (Susana Zapke)

- Part One. Research
The Substitution of the Hispanic Liturgy by the Roman Rite in the Kingdoms of the Iberian Peninsula (Ludwig Vones)
The Musica Isidori Tradition in the Iberian Peninsula (Michel Huglo)
Some Incidental Notes on Music Manuscripts (Manuel C. Díaz y Díaz)
Paleographic Tendencies in 10th-12th Century Notated Liturgical Fragments from Portugal (María José Azevedo Santos)
The Hispanic Texts In Diem Circumcisionis Domini (Eva Castro Caridad)
Osanna Vox Laudabilia. Vocabulary and Compositional Forms in Sanctus TRopes in Iberian Liturgical Manuscripts (Gunilla Iversen)
From the Iudicii Signum to the Song of the Sybil: Early Testimony (Maricarmen Gómez Muntané)
The Historia for St. Dominic of Silos in British Library, Add. ms. 30850 (Barbara Haggh)
Notation Systems in the Iberian Peninsula: From Spanish Notations to Aquitanian Notation (9th-12th Centuries) (Susana Zapke)

- Part Two. Catalog of Manuscripts

Appendices
GlossaryList: Avbbreviations; Manuscripts, Dated Manuscripts and Printed Sources; Scribes
Index: Personal Names; Typological
Photographic Credits
About the Authors

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