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Sacred music and liturgical reform : treasures and transformations

Print Book, English, 2007
Hillenbrand Books, Chicago, 2007
xvii, 682 pages ; 24 cm
9781595250216, 1595250212
Part I. The role, purpose, and characteristics of music in the liturgy
1. The nature of the liturgy and the nature of music
2. The purpose of liturgical music based on the nature of the liturgy
3. The characteristics of liturgical music
Part II. The development of musical historical consciousness
4. Music and history
5. Worship music new and old in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries
6. The nineteenth-century Cecilian turn to the past
7. The nineteenth-century Gregorian chant revival
8. The twentieth-century German Lutheran rebirth of church music
9. The early music and authentic performance movements
10. Musical historical consciousness and a theology of tradition
Part III. The Liturgical Movement and liturgical music traditions
11. The Liturgical Movement
12. Liturgy and music at cross purposes
Part IV. The treasury of sacred music in the Roman documents on worship music of the twentieth century
13. The Motu proprio, tra le sollecitudini (1903) and its aftermath
14. Roman documents, 1947-1958
15. The Second Vatican Council: Sacrosanctum concilium (1963)
16. Musicam sacram (1967)
Part V. The treasury of sacred music in the reformed Roman Eucharistic liturgy
17. Problem area I: active participation and listening
18. Problem area II: the role of the choir
19. Problem area III. The liturgical composer
20. Using inherited genres I: Gregorian chant
21. Using inherited genres II: the polyphonic Mass Ordinary
22. Using inherited genres III: the motet
23. Using inherited genres IV: the vernacular congregational hymn