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In 1993 and 1994, the Centre for Christianity and the Arts at the Institute of Church History, University of Copenhagen, arranged symposia with liturgy and the arts of the Middle Ages as the uniting theme. Scholars with different professional backgrounds and from different European countries as well as from the United States of America presented papers of which 11 have been collected for this book.
Specific parts of the medieval Mass and particular liturgical subjects are the topics of some of the papers, while others deal with liturgy both as text and action in relation to the medieval drama, to poetry, visual arts and music.
The book is dedicated to late professor C. Clifford Flanigan, Indiana University, USA, who played a crucial role in establishing and organizing the first symposium.
C. Clifford Flanigan: Medieval Liturgy and the Arts. Visitatio Sepulchri as Paradigm
Owain Tudor Edwards: Dynamic Qualities in the Medieval Office
Pierre-Marie Gy o.p.: The Meaning and the Function of the Introit
Jørgen Raasted: Length and Festivity. On some prolongation techniques in Byzantine Chant
Christian Troelsgaard: Stational Liturgy and Processional Antiphons in the Ambrosian Rite
Gunilla Iversen: Supera agalmata. Angels and the celestial hierarchy in sequences and tropes
Brian Møller Jensen: Beata Maria semper virgo in Piacenza, Biblioteca Capitulare c. 65
Knud Ottosen: Liturgy as a Theological Place. Possibilities and limitations in interpreting liturgical texts as seen in the Office of the Dead
Nils Holger Petersen: Liturgical representation and Late Medieval Piety
Eva Louise Lillie: O vos omnes qui transitis per viam... The quotation form the Lamentations 1, 12 in Danish medieval visual art
Lena Liepe: On the Connection between Medieval Wooden Sculpture and Murals in Scanian Churches
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