Plainsong & Medieval Music

(The TQCC of Plainsong & Medieval Music is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
Processional melodies in the Old Hispanic rite2
‘And lastly, one for Saint Blaise’: bishops, widows and patronage in a lost Office of Reginold of Eichstätt1
David Andrés Fernández and Jane Morlet Hardie, eds., Into the Diaspora: Essays on Medieval and Early Modern Liturgical Music Manuscripts at the University of Sydney, Musicological Studies 113. Kitchen1
The mimetic basis of pure music in Machaut's refrain songs: part 1, musical mimesis1
Revisiting ‘Toledo, Rome, and the Legacy of Gaul’: new evidence from the Divine Office1
Ornamental melismas in Aquitanian introits0
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Machaut's motets on secular songs0
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Rachel May Golden, Mapping Medieval Identities in Occitanian Crusade Song. New York: Oxford University Press, 2020. xviii + 284 pp. £35.99. ISBN 978 0 190 94861 0.0
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Zsuzsa Czagány (ed.), Antiphonale Varadinense: s. XV, vol. I: Proprium de tempore; vol. II: Proprium de sanctis et commune sanctorum; vol. III: Tanulmányok / Essays, Musicalia Dan0
Antonio Calvia, Stefano Campagnolo, Andreas Janke, Maria Sofia Lannutti and John Nádas, eds., The End of the Ars Nova in Italy: The San Lorenzo Palimpsest and Related Repertories, La Tradizione Musica0
Liturgical chant bibliography 290
Mediaeval Carols, transcribed and ed. by John Stevens, 3rd rev. edn prepared by David Fallows, Musica Britannica 4. London: Stainer & Bell and the Musica Britannica Trust, 2018. xxxiv + 180 pp. £90
The emergence of a medieval pitch concept0
Mass of the Blessed Virgin Mary According to the Use of Salisbury,I:Introduction and Choir Book;II:Priest's Book, Directory and Ordinal, ed. John Harper with Sally Harper and Matthew Che0
Liturgical chant bibliography 300
Songs materialising as music: medieval monophony in song books and music manuscripts0
Jerome of Moray: a Scottish Dominican and the evolution of Parisian music theory 1220–12800
Angela Mariani, Improvisation and Inventio in the Performance of Medieval Music: A Practical Approach. New York: Oxford University Press, 2017. xxi + 232 pp. £71 (hardback) / £18.99 (paperback)0
Preacher and prophet: intersecting voices of St John the Evangelist in late medieval ‘s-Hertogenbosch0
Commemorating the Virgin Mary at Barking Abbey: Cambridge, University Library, Dd.12.560
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Two early layers of Sanctus melodies0
Catherine A. Bradley, Polyphony in Medieval Paris: The Art of Composing with Plainchant, Music in Context 9. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018. xvii + 281 pp. £75. ISBN 978 1 108 41858 4.0
Benedictus es domine, the Ambrosian Canticle of the Three Children in the Fiery Furnace0
De rebus incertis: Stephen of Liège and the Divine Office0
Editorial endeavours: plainchant revision in early modern Italian printed graduals0
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Dealing with change: the Carthusians and Corpus Christi0
Differentiating hands in square chant notation0
Johannes de Muris's Musica speculativa cited by Jacobus de Ispania0
On dubious claims regarding the enigmatic Chilston0
Chevalier mult estes guariz and the ‘pre-chansonnier’ vernacular lyric0
Esperanza Rodríguez-García and Daniele V. Filippi, eds., Mapping the Motet in the Post-Tridentine Era. Abingdon and New York: Routledge, 2019. xvi + 287 pp. £95. ISBN 978 1 138 20710 3 (hardback); 9780
Beth Quitslund and Nicholas Temperley, The Whole Book of Psalms Collected into English Metre by Thomas Sternhold, John Hopkins, and Others: A Critical Edition of the Texts and Tunes, 2 vols., Medieval0
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Hidden colouration: deep metrical flexibility in Machaut0
Ainard of Dives and the Ste-Catherine-du-Mont office for St Katherine of Alexandria: ‘Inter praecipuos cantores scientia musicae artis’0
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Catherine Saucier, ed., Historia sancti Iohannis evangeliste (traditionibus Leodiensis et Boscudocis), Wissenschaftliche Abhandlungen/Musicological Studies 65, Historiae 34. Kitchener, ON: The Institu0
Eric Jas, Piety and Polyphony in Sixteenth-Century Holland: The Choirbooks of St Peter's Church, Leiden, Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Music 18. Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2018. xvi + 416 pp. £60
The mimetic basis of pure music in Machaut's refrain songs: part 2, musical abstraction0
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Michael Bernhard and Klaus-Jürgen Sachs (eds.), Musiklehre zwischen Mittelalter und Renaissance: Das Studienkonvolut des Stephan Roth (Zwickau, Ratsschulbibliothek 24.20.26), Studien zur Geschichte de0
The responsories of the Old Hispanic Night Office and their sources0
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Sarah Ann Long, Music, Liturgy, and Confraternity Devotions in Paris and Tournai, 1300–1550, Eastman Studies in Music. Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press; Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer, 20
Dwight F. Reynolds, The Musical Heritage of Al-Andalus, SOAS Studies in Music. Abingdon: Routledge, 2021. xiii + 260 pp. ISBN 978 0 367 24314 2 (hardback); 978 0 429 28165 5 (ebook).0
David Andrés Fernández and Alejandro Vera, Los Cantorales de la Catedral de Lima: Estudio, Reconstrucción y Catálogo. Madrid: Sociedad Española de Musicología, 2022. 594 pp. €35. ISBN 978 84 86878 92 0
Clyde W. Brockett, The Repertory of Processional Antiphons, De musicae cultu, 1. Turnhout: Brepols, 2018. lix + 774 pp. €135. ISBN 978 2 503 57452 3. - Laura Albiero, Repertorium Antiphonarum Processi0
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Owen Rees, The Requiem of Tomás Luis de Victoria (1603). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019. xiv + 262 pp. £75. ISBN 978 1 107 05442 4.0