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Visions of Liturgy and M. Making the ministerial function of music and song his point of reference?and the key to all questions?he discusses every musical aspect, from processions, acclamations, and responsorial psalms, to hymns, the credo, and the cantillation of the readings.
Translation of an unpublished m. La vision de la musique et de la liturgique. by. Deiss, Lucien; Burton, Jane . A; Molloy, Donald. Catholic Church, Church music, Gregorian chants.
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Jane M. A. Burton (translator) Lucien Deiss Donald Molloy (Ed. data. new books · special offers · used books. Availability as of the date/time indicated. Father Deiss take us step by step through the Eucharistic celebration of the Mass, paying atten-tion not only to the liturgy's repertoir of music and song but also to its participants as well; the roles of the priest, the choir, and congregation.
Published 1996 by Liturgical Press in Collegeville, Minn. In library, History and criticism, Liturgy, Gregorian chants, Church music, Catholic Church. Includes bibliographical references and index. Translation of an unpublished m.
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In a manner that refelcts his broad historical and musical knowledge of the Church's liturgy, Father Deiss takes us step-by-step through the Eucharistic celebration of the Mass, paying attention not only to the liturgy's repertoire of music and song but also to its participants as well: the roles of the priest, the choir, the music director, the organist, the cantor - even the singing congregation! He discusses every musical aspect and offers suggestions for improvement and sound, creative ideas about what the future may hold for Christian liturgy as we enter the twenty-first century.