Alison I. Beach

Medieval Cantors & their Craft: Music, Liturgy & the Shaping of History, 800-1500

This volume seeks to address the fundamental question of how the range of cantors' activities can help us to understand the many different ways in which the past was written and, in the liturgy, celebrated across the Middle Ages. Its essays are studies of constructions, both of the building blocks of time and of the people who made and performed them, in acts of ritual remembrance and in written records

New Report