The Nidaros Office of the Holy Blood. Liturgical Music in Medieval Norway. Utgitt av Gisela Attinger & Andreas Haug (eds.)
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Hvordan referere

Taitto, Ilkka. 2008. «The Nidaros Office of the Holy Blood. Liturgical Music in Medieval Norway. Utgitt Av Gisela Attinger & Andreas Haug (eds.)». Collegium Medievale 21 (november). Oslo, Norge. http://ojs.novus.no/index.php/CM/article/view/74.

Sammendrag

In any study of the past, it is all important to try and find previously undiscovered sources or to discover new interpretations that expand as well as add to the contemporary view. This cliché, as I would like to call it, holds true in an exciting way in the field of medieval Latin chant. Especially in relation to the 16th century Tridentine vision of the liturgy which pushed aside a large number of local and provincial cults such as saints, texts, music and knowledge. So that even today there are hundreds of manuscripts that still await the eyes of a scholar. Because these manuscripts and other artefacts come complete with the fundamental significance of the Middle Ages to today's Western culture. It is easy to understand why any scholar would find the chance to research, study or even write a short article on the subject something well worth the effort.
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