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  • 1.
    Abel, Ulf
    Stockholm University.
    Carl Milles: form, idé, medaljkonst1980Doctoral thesis, monograph (Other academic)
  • 2.
    Andrews Johansson, Ann-Katrin
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Humanities, Department of French, Italian and Classical Languages.
    Tropes for the proper of the mass, 4: The feasts of the blessed Virgin Mary1998Doctoral thesis, monograph (Other academic)
  • 3.
    Björkvall, Gunilla
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Humanities, Department of French, Italian and Classical Languages.
    Corpus Troporum XI. Prosules de la messe 3: Prosules de l'offertoire, édition des textes2009Book (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    The present Corpus Troporum volume is a text edition of the Latin liturgical chants called prosulas that embellish the offertory chants of the medieval Roman mass. Up to about 1100 the offertories were sung as an extended chant comprising an antiphon and often several verses. The verses in particular, but sometimes also the antiphons, have an elaborate musical style characterized by long wordless melismas. The melismas received new texts, prosulas, that were incorporated into the offertories. These new texts can be found in manuscripts as early as the tenth century, and the genre continued to flourish until the twelfth century, when prosulas begin to disappear from the sources together with the verses. Only a small number of offertory prosulas appear in later manuscripts.

    Sofar the majority of the offertory prosulas have not been edited in a modem text edition. The present edition comprises 252 different prosulas related to 84 offertory chants that were sung during the ecclesiastic year. It is notable that a number of prosulas were sung during the cycle of Lent, a time usually deprived of embellishments. The edition is based on 74 manuscripts dating from the tenth to the fourteenth century, the majority being from before 1100 and coming from many different regions of Europe. In addition, the volume offers an introduction and a commentary in French, as well as a table and an overview of the sections in the manuscripts containing the prosulas.

    The editor Gunilla Björkvall is a Latin philologist and a member of the Corpus Troporum research team at Stockholm University.

  • 4.
    Jacobsson, Ritva Maria
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Humanities, Department of French, Italian and Classical Languages.
    Tropes du propre de la messe 5: Fétes des Saints et de la Croix et de la Transfiguration2011Book (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    The present Corpus Troporum edition, CT X, volumes A and B, contains the tropes of the proper of the Mass for the feasts of the Saints, of the Holy Cross and of the Transfiguration. The edition (Proper tropes number 5) is part of the editorial program of the Corpus Troporum and completes the cycles of proper tropes of Christmas (CT I), of Easter (CT III) and of The Blessed Virgin Mary (CT IX).

    Tropes are Latin chants--words and music--embellishing the Medieval mass chants; those of the proper concern the antiphons of the moveable feasts. Their verses were sung as introductions to and interpolations between those of the introit, the offertory and the communion.

    The edition comprises 1,662 trope units (called éléments ) and is based on 134 manuscripts written throughout Europe, the majority dating from the tenth through the twelfth centuries, but some even later.

    Volume A contains a general introduction explaining the principles of the edition and analyzing various problems. The feasts and the calendar as well as the antiphons are discussed. Special chapters take up the complicated story of the Saint Martial tropes in the Limoges manuscripts as well as the strange offertory hymn-like trope

    Solve lingua. For each antiphon a system of tables shows all trope elements in each manuscript source, in the exact order of their occurrence. Here also the versification of elements is indicated. A detailed text commentary follows, in which philological, liturgical, and other relevant questions are discussed. Several difficult texts are translated into French. Three different indexes show the interrelations: which saints are found in which manuscripts, which antiphons and verses belong to which saints, which verses are linked to which antiphons, etc. A selection of tropes, “Tropi Selecti”, presents the particular tradition of single manuscript sources. There is also a map showing the origin/provenance of the manuscripts, and thirteen facsimiles from manuscripts and a select bibliography complete this volume.

    Volume B contains the proper edition: the Latin trope texts of Saints appear as elements in alphabetical order, with an apparatus showing all the variant readings, with cross references to tropes, with parallel passages, above all scriptural and liturgical ones, and with references to extant published editions. Also trope texts appearing without musical notation in the manuscripts are identified. Five special sections complete the edition of tropes : 1) The Holy Cross, 2) The Transfiguration, 3) a few supplementary saints’ tropes 4) the tropes from Santiago de Compostela, and 5) texts of uncertain genre. An additional section, the addenda et corrigenda, contains tropes which ought to have been included in earlier editions.

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