Liturgy and the Arts in the Middle Ages: Studies in Honour of C. Clifford Flanigan
In 1993 and 1994, The Centre for Christianity and the Arts at the Institute of Church History, University of Copenhagen, arranged symposia with liturgy and the arts in the Middle Ages as the uniting theme. Scholars, with different professional backgrounds and from different European countries, as well as from the USA, presented papers of which 11 are collected and published in this book.
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Dynamic Qualities in the Medieval Office
The Meaning and the Function of the Introit
Length and Festivity On some prolongation techniques
Stational Liturgy and Processional Antiphons in
Supera agalmata Angels and the celestial hierarchy
Beata Maria semper virgo in Piacenza Biblioteca
Liturgy as a Theological Place Possibilities and limitations
Liturgical representation and Late Medieval Piety
O vos omnes qui transitis per viam The quotation
On the Connection between Medieval Wooden Sculpture
16th century agalmata Alain de Lille Alleluia altar Ambrosian angeli angelorum angels antiphon biblical Byzantine caeli Carolingian cathedral celebrated celestial orders ceremony chancel chant choir Christ Christmas church Clangat hodie Clifford Flanigan connection crucifix cult images Danmarks Kirker Deus Dominus Easter eius example feast function Gloria Gregorian Gregorian Chant Hildegard of Bingen Hiley Holy hymn images improperia inscription Introit Italian Last Judgment late medieval Lauds liturgical texts liturgy Lord manuscripts Mary mass Matins medieval liturgy melisma melody Middle Ages Moissac monastic murals Nativitas Mariae nave nobis Notker's omnes painted Piacenza praise prayer procession psallendae psalms PUER NATUS quaeritis quia quotation reading references reredos responsory rite ritual Roman saints Sanctus sepulcher singing song stanza stichera sticheron sung symphonia theological thuribles tion tradition tropes vault verse versicle Virgin virgo virtutes Visitatio Sepulchri wall-paintings wooden sculpture words