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  • Ecce Lignum Crucis — Medieval Piety, Ingenuity, and Music: A Transcription and Translation of the Good Friday Liturgy in the Jennings MS 9 

    Dodson, Zerek
    Music has played a crucial role in Christian worship since the beginning of Christianity itself. Over the course of the first millennium of this era, a large repertory of monophonic chants was developed and disseminated ...
  • Lectio divina. 

    Crites, Margaret. (2010-06-23)
    Lectio Divina is a musical exploration of the contemplative prayer and scripture‐reading practice called "Lectio Divina". The work is written for a chamber ensemble: flute, clarinet, violin, cello, piano and percussion. ...
  • Music and the Mind: How the Brain is Affected by Music 

    Shan, Elaine (2012-05-03)
    Music is often thought of as a nonverbal language, capable of communicating emotional messages. Areas of the brain have been identified that, when damaged, affect only musical skills. At the same time, while the initial ...
  • Structure and content in Whiteout. 

    Sakamoto, Dale. 1989- (2015-04-15)
    Whiteout creates an atmosphere of unrest and tension through the use of Z-cells, an eight-tone constructed scale and rotating octatonic scales. Combined with a complex collection of related sets, the harmonic language ...