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    • Elizabeth F. McLean LSC831-Final Project Fall 2009 The Magnificat: Facets and Research Paths “The Magnificat is such a beautiful prayer that the Church uses it every day at Evening Prayer, in the Liturgy of the Hours. It perfectly summarizes Mary's faith and trust in God and is also the longest direct quote from any woman in the New Testament. In the Women's Bible Commentary, author Jane Schaberg writes: "The Magnificat is the great New Testament song of liberation—personal and social, moral and economic—a revolutionary document of intense conflict and victory." (McCloskey, 2004. http://www.americancatholic.org/Messenger/May2004/Wiseman.asp) The sacred vocal setting of Luke 1, 46-55 has been a recurring compositional subject throughout the liturgical music history of the Roman Catholic religion. Apart from the Ordinary of the Mass, the Magnificat was the liturgical setting most often rendered polyphonically from the mid-15th century to the beginning of the 17th. From the earliest of mass settings, because the Magnificat holds such liturgical significance for the church, the text is used daily at Evening Prayer in the Liturgy of the Hours and is part of the Gospel for the Feast of the Visitation, May 31. Catholic and early Protestant music liturgists sought new settings often to match modes of the other mass parts on hand. It is a subject complete with all facets of musicological study and offers us an interesting example today of the resources that can point us to some of the oldest or newest works, settings, modalities, voicings & textures, performers or performance practices, composers and geographies, manuscripts, scores and recordings. 1. Music Reference and Research Materials: An Annotated Bibliography. Edited by Vincent H. Duckles, Ida Reed and Michael A. Keller. 5th ed. New York: Schirmer Books, 1997. The Sacred Music section contains recommendations for additional references located in various handbooks on hymnology since bibliographies of writings on Sacred Music are surprisingly few. One entry specific indexed as Magnificat (separate part in work) is a single source bibliography on the subject, in German. Study of this resource can show you what is abundant and what is not to further inform you on narrowing or broadening subject direction. Great place to begin research of a topic for undergraduate, graduate or DMA students as well as life-long learners and faculty. Balanced finding aid to mix of handbooks, sources, liturgical guides, theses and dissertations in Sacred Music, texts, international bibliographies, and geographic or religion subject areas. Also points to Dictionaries of musical themes by index reference to the subject of Oratorios. Useful to familiarize the researcher with the facets of the subject of study.
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 2. Ruth Steiner, et al. "Magnificat." In Grove Music Online. Oxford Music Online, http:// www.oxfordmusiconline.com/subscriber/article/grove/music/40076 (accessed December 15, 2009). Subject entry with summary of the form of the Magnificat, its style periods, liturgical and compositional practices. Edited by Magnificat subject experts (e.g. Kirsch, Steiner) who appear in Duckles and later in this bibliography. Article provides a basis from which to examine specific facets after establishing an understanding of the bigger picture. Mentions specific works, and three key factors of the development of form and style which lent the Magnificat setting in a mass part a distinct character apart from other forms or mass parts in the same mass. Discusses compositional settings of selected composers throughout the history of the canticle, highlighting for each style period the greater works and their composers. Has separate bibliography sections for Monophonic references and Polyphonic references with finding aid to additional bib references under Canticle and Divine Office. 3. Kirsch, Winfried. The Sources of Polyphonic Magnificat and Te Deum Settings Until the Middle of the 16th Century [Die Quellen der Mehrstimmigen Magnificat-und Te Deum-Vertonungen bis zur Mitte de 16.Jahrhunderts]. Tutzing: Verlag Hans Schneider, 1966. This is the only referenced bibliography by Vincent Duckles in his single subject entry for Magnificat. The author of this work, which is in German, is an author of the polyphonic section of the Grove subject entry. Examines polyphonic Latin, German and instrumental Magnificat works. Includes a chronological list of composers, countries and languages. Organized by general sources, specific sources and examines vocal texts and forms, verses and tablatures. Part two is a thematic catalog of Magnificat sources including incipits. Sources are listed alphabetically and include manuscripts and prints. Appendix includes German abbreviations. 4. Walker, Diane Parr and Paul Walker. German Sacred Polyphonic Vocal Music between Schütz and Bach; Sources and Critical Editions. Michigan: Harmonie Park Press, 1992. Catalogs still existing German sacred vocal music for three or more voices from the second half of the seventeenth century, inclusive of end of the Thirty Years War in 1648 to the beginning of the careers of Bach and Handel in about 1700. For this time frame the work covers all German speaking lands and also includes several Italian composers who spent their careers primarily or entirely in German cities. This bibliography is intended for scholars who wish to study the music and for performers of the works. Anonymous works have only been included when they are clearly members of the chronological and geographical frameworks. Sources in this collection fall into three types: manuscript; published collections of works by individual composers; and published commemorative pamphlets containing event specific historic information. Individual German manuscripts come from four sources: the collection of the Erfurt Michaeliskirche and the collection of the Konigliche Landesshule in Grimma. Parts from these two major collections still display annotations for performance and dates. The other two sources of manuscripts used in this resource are the Bokemeyer collection (Berlin) and the Duben collection (Uppsala). The 2 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 source is organized alphabetically by composer and includes this information: Title of work, instruments, liturgical occasion, source location (number in RISM or REICH), modern editions, and notes. Following the introduction is a very easy to read bibliography of modern editions cited, with next a listing of older literature cited (which is quite extensive). 5. Martini, Johannes, Murray Steib, and Johannes Brebis. Sacred Music. Part 1 Hymns, Magnificats, Motets and Passions. Middleton, Wis: A-R Editions, 2009. Each edition in Recent Researches is devoted to works by a single composer or to a single genre, in this example that genre of interest is the sacred form Magnificat (Mary's Canticle, Mary's Song). This reference contains nine Magnificats, six composed by Johannes Martini (d. 1497) and one composed by Johnannes Brebis (d.1479), and two anonymous works which are considered to be either attributable to Brebis or Martini. There is further description of the Magnificats compiled in the introduction section on the subject. Evaluation of the Sources is included in this Introduction section, and this delves deeply into the provenance of the sources, citing the earliest of the sources of the Magnificats to be dated ca 1472-77 (Trent C91), the latest source (DresSL1/D/505) was copied ca.1510-1530. The reference includes a section on editorial methods titled Critical Commentary which describes methods of transcription, how note values have been reduced by half, modern clefs have been utilized and bar lines have been added to denote measures of one breve duration. Incipits are provided which include the name of the voice part, its clef, key, initial mensuration sign, and the first note or ligature as found in the primary source. Faulx bourdon is not written out in the original sources, but in this edition has been marked. In the Magnificats, where the chant melody repeats with differing syllables, editorial parentheses have been added. Original clef is used in the chant sections. All editorial accidentals are indicated above the staff. Translations are provided as a subset of the Critical Commentary section, primary sources for these are noted at the beginning of the textual translation from native (Latin) to English. An example for the Magnificat 1. toni "primary source. ModE M.1.11, fol. 42v. – text source Luke 1:46-55". This critical commentary section provides the scholar or researcher a way to look at primary sources with explanation for the abbreviations in this section. Additionally the resource lists a section in the Contents titled "Notes on Performance (xvii) and includes a section of Plates (xl). 6. Sharp, Avery T. and James Michael Floyd. Choral Music: A Research and Information Guide. Routledge Music Bibliographies. New York: Routledge, 2002. Annotated bibliography of book-length monographs and bibliographies, selected dissertations, works lists, choral music journals, databases and web sites pertaining to Choral music information in the Western tradition. Useful for conductors, scholars and researchers. Bibliographical reference guide divided into eight main sections, with additional appropriate subsections, with cross-references. Scope notes place most of the material as published or reprinted in the time frame between 1960 - 2000, with a few landmark works from earlier publication dates. Emphasis is placed on compiling works in English, with additional identification of important studies in German, French, Italian and Spanish, the greater number of these being in German. 3 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 1. General Music Reference (Dictionaries and Encyclopedias, Bibliographies of Music Literature, Indices of Literature and Periodicals, dissertations and master's theses, performance practice 2. Choral Music Reference (same items above only specifically aimed at Choral works including Special and Subject Bibliographies of Choral Music) 3. Choral and Church Music Periodicals 4. Choral Technique 5. Surveys of Choral Music, Sacred and Secular 6. Studies of Choral Genres (Magnificat page 142) 7. Studies of Individual Composers and Works, 8. Choral Music Web Sites This reference bibliography includes a subject index, author index and title index. The individual composers with works selected are: Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Byrd, Handel, Haydn, Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Palestrina, Purcell and Michael Tippett. Conductors can seek by genre. 7. Hill, George R. and Norris L. Stephens. Collected Editions, Historical Series and Set, and Monuments of Music. Berkeley: Fallen Leaf Press, 1997. This is the reference for historical sets and collected editions that is recommended by Laurie Sampsel as the easiest to use and the one with the most complete listings. It is arranged by Library of Congress subject headings. The online version is recommended as the best available source for finding music monuments and historical sets (M2s). Index to Printed Music is the online subscription based version and the advanced search option is recommended for best results. Lists complete works’ citations only which include author, title and series entries with cross references. Updated quarterly, with over 9,300 citations and include composition titles, sometimes cross references are confusing. Hill & Stephens edition is a descendant of Heyer’s work of 1980 titled Historical Sets, Collected Editions, and Monuments of Music: A Guide to their Contents (3rd ed, 2 vols.). Because the online IPM has not completely migrated all content from Heyer and Hill’s editions, it is recommended to check all of these to locate individual works within some series. 8. RISM Online: Series A/II, Music Manuscripts after 1600. EBSCO Publishing, 2002-. http://www.ebscohost.com/thisTopic.php?marketID=1&topicID=1121 RISM documents what exists and where it is stored. A comprehensive annotated index and guide to the world’s music manuscripts or printed music, literature about theory and libretti from the period of 1600 to 1850. Founded in Paris in 1952. Serves as a finding aid for the locations which range from libraries, archives, monasteries, schools and private collections. This is the only international entity that comprehensively catalogs musical sources. This source would be ideal for the researcher who is looking for a geographic variety as a facet of interest. Contains more than 620,000 manuscript records by over 22,500 composers found in over 800 libraries and archives in 32 countries. Browse the index according to: Key, Language, Library Name, Library Sigla, Literature Sigla (code representing secondary sources cited), Names (composer, variations 4 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 on composer name, author, provenance, arranger), Role, Title (title of the manuscript), Limiters: Document Type and year of publication. Reference-source Authority files: Composers, Library Sigla, and Literature. 9. Kaut, Thomas. "Die Lieder Des Magnifikat Lk 1, 46-55." Chap. 5., In Befreier Und Befreites Volk: Traditions-Und Redaktionsgeschichtliche Untersuchung Zu Magnifikat Und Benedictus Im Kontext Der Vorlukanishen Kindheitsgeschchte. Vol. 77, 266-329. Frankfurt: Anton Hain, 1990. This work, published initially as a dissertation, is found in the Theology subject area and is entirely in German. It provides a section devoted to the Magnificat and opens this section with debate about how liturgically the veneration of Mary came to be. The work here is interesting from the sociological facets of the religious cultural developments and arguments about what has evolved. Contains numerous footnotes of sources of religious cites and musical cites. Takes the topic from the religious, liturgical perspective first, musical aspects are secondary. 10. Hawkshaw, Paul. Psalmen Und Magnificat Resionsbericht Anton Bruckner. Anton Bruckner Gesamtausgabe - Musikwissenschaftlicher Verlag Der Int. Bruckner- Gesellschaft Wien. [Musicological publication of the International Bruckner Society]. Edited by Leopold Nowak. revised ed. Vol. 20der Int. Bruckner Gesellschaft Wien, 2002. German bibliographic sources and writings and manuscript drafts, with an English introduction. The Magnificat in this resource is dated with certainty to the summer of 1852, with notes about the circumstances of the composition itself, performances, discussion about how the parts provide valuable insight to the composer concerns in his early years as a performer of his own music. This reference has bibliographic source entries that include letters from the composer, drafts and copies of the composers works, with other notes about how sources were being preserved and planned for publication through the auspices of the Music Collection of the Austrian National Library. Has a companion score published for review in a separate record. 11. Cooper, David Edwin. International Bibliography of Discographies. Keys to Music Bibliography. No. 2 ed. Littleton Colorado: Libraries Unlimited Inc., 1975. C160 Choral music. Part 1 of this source addresses classical music with three sections: 1)general guides buyers guides, and subjects / genres; 2) classical historical recordings with a label discography; and 3) by classical composer or performer. Discographies serve a function similar to that of the song indexes for score anthologies, and provide access to information about individual tracks that would not necessarily be found in the main Title record. This source is not annotated and contains about 1,900 entries. At the end of the book is a summary of national discographies, catalogs and major review sources organized by country. Be sure to check on online service such as NAXOS in addition to this work, as the publication is dated. Any researcher of the subject should listen as well as learn, but discographies offer insights of historical and musicological nature. 5 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 12. Naxos. Naxos Music Library. http://www.naxosmusiclibrary.com (Accessed November 2009). Subscription digital streaming audio service, largest available. Figures At A Glance Disc Count: 38,905 Track Count: 556,773 as of December 16, 2009 Representing about 7,000 composers. Styles are diverse, includes independent labels. A researcher can search for liner notes and/or obtain a package that includes digital scores from Sheet Music Now. Ideal for easy location of recording to listen while doing all that reading! Try the Monteverdi after first logging in via the CUA Music Library. 13. Bach, Johann Sebastian. Magnificat in D and the Six Motets in Full Score. Compiled by Stanley Applebaum. Dover ed. New York: Dover Publications, Inc., 1995. Music full score for study. Editors published bibliographical note referencing back to primary sources, dates, and what differences in editing are included in this Dover edition. Any student who is reading and listening on the topic needs to view a score like this one – a representational composition of one of the most famous of Magnificats. 14. Fernandez, Gaspar. El Magnificat [Magnificat]. Guatemala: Universidad Rafael Landivar, 2002. Musical score for SI, SII, A, B. Original work composed in Santiago de Guatemala in 1602. This edition revised by Dieter Lenhoff, 1985/2002. Preceding the composition is a two page writing in Spanish about the work and the composer, his life, dates and the text setting. Interesting representation of the form from a country we don’t often study. Bibliography has cites from music history sources of Guatemala and Lisbon, Madrid. 15. ProQuest. Dissertations Abstracts International. Ann Arbor, MI: UMI, 2005 -. http://proquest.umi.com.proxycu.wrlc.org/login? COPT=REJTPUcyODcrM2IwZiZTTUQ9NCZJTlQ9MCZWRVI9Mg==&clientId=3 1807 (Accessed December 15, 2009) Subscription based dissertation index for CUA Music Library. UMI is the designated official US repository for electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs). Use keyword searching in combination with either “music” or “music education” (music education is not applicable in our project). Dissertations from CUA may be downloaded for free. Others maybe partially viewed or delivered for a fee. The important aspects of researching ETD indices or databases is to learn more about the sources accessed in the writing on the topic, to see how much has or has not been covered on the specialized aspects of the topic. A list of dissertations that I located guided by references to them follows in Appendix A. Researchers will see a variety of possible topics and embedded sources for any narrowing facets of interest for this broad topic. 6 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 16. CUA Librarians. "Religious Studies and Humanities Web Search." http://libraries.cua.edu.proxycu.wrlc.org/relicoll/websearch.html (accessed December 12, 2009). Web search interface site with Google Custom Search functionality - search for information on web sites authenticated by a Religious Studies and Humanities CUA librarian. Not for books or journal articles. A search on the subject Magnificat returned top results from Open Library.org, memory.loc.gov, clerus.org, loc.gov/exhibits & Stanford.edu. This is a survey of the first page of several pages results set. Demonstrates another resource that is available here at CUA for some initial broad information seeking. Not to be used as a comprehensive tool, but an augmentation tool. 17. Catalano, Peter. “Concerts Everywhere: Boston - Musica Sacra: Pinkham "Magnificat" [Premiere]." American Record Guide 67, no. 4 (July; July-August 2004, 2004): 40-1, http://gateway.proquest.com.proxycu.wrlc.org/openurl? url_ver=Z39.88-2004&res_dat=xri:iimp:&rft_dat=xri:iimp:article:citation:iimp0032738 7. Reviews the premiere production of the church music "Magnificat" for choir, soprano soloist and wind quintet, composed by Daniel Pinkham and performed by the Musica Sacra chamber ensemble at the First Congregational Church in Boston, Massachusetts on March 20, 2004. Discusses the occasion for the performance, the composer's 80th birthday. Describes the Boston ensemble Musica Sacra's performance, the genesis of the Magnificat's text, reviews metric and harmonic intricacies. Interesting to read for consideration of modern American composers, premiers, and the subject form enduring to our current time and country. Selection of the Magnificat as a subject for further scholarly research is a broad, deep and rich tapestry of potential facets to explore further. The monophonic and polyphonic forms of the early Magnificats contrast hugely with more contemporary settings such as John Rutter or Daniel Pinkham. Countries all around the globe have composers who have rendered this treasured canticle setting using their unique musical attributes but remaining steadfast to the text historically. Treatment of form, modalities, voicings, instrumentation, performance practices, performers and even the study of the composers themselves all offer potential direction for further review. 7 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 The present day resources at our disposal, whether digital or manuscripts, all have something important to tell us about this enduring, simple but spiritually powerful Mary’s Song. Choose a variety of types of sources when assembling the threads of your tapestry and don’t forget to do a lot of listening! 8 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 Bibliography Music Reference and Research Materials: An Annotated Bibliography. Edited by Vincent H. Duckles, Ida Reed and Michael A. Keller. 5th ed. New York: Schirmer Books, 1997. Bach, Johann Sebastian. Magnificat in D and the Six Motets in Full Score. Compiled by Stanley Applebaum. Dover ed. New York: Dover Publications, Inc., 1995. Banta, Carolyn Jane. Psalm, Three Motets, and Magnificat by Boesset. D.M.A., University of Missouri - Kansas City, 1995, http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb? did=741128331&Fmt=7&clientId=31807&RQT=309&VName=PQD. Bloesch, Richard John. The Eighteenth-Century Italian Magnificat: A Survey of Representative Settings (Ca. 1700 - Ca. 1750) with an Analysis and Edition of Six Works. D.M.A., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1971, http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb? did=757590201&Fmt=7&clientId=31807&RQT=309&VName=PQD. Borton, Bruce Erol. The Sacred Choral Works of Domenico Scarlatti (Italy). D.M.A., University of Cincinnati, 1983, http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb? did=753569961&Fmt=7&clientId=31807&RQT=309&VName=PQD. Bowen, Richard Leon. Tonal Structure in the Polyphonic Magnificat of the Sixteenth Century. Ph.D., University of Cincinnati, 2001, http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb? did=728446171&Fmt=7&clientId=31807&RQT=309&VName=PQD. Cammarota, Robert Michael. The Repertoire of Magnificats in Leipzig at the Time of J. S. Bach: A Study of the Manuscript Sources. (Volumes i and Ii). Ph.D., New York University, 1986, http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb? did=753676351&Fmt=7&clientId=31807&RQT=309&VName=PQD. Carver, Anthony F. Cori Spezzati. [Split Choirs.]. Vol. 1 & 2. Cambridge England: Cambridge University Press, 1988. Catalano, Peter. “Concerts Everywhere: Boston - Musica Sacra: Pinkham "Magnificat" [Premiere]." American Record Guide 67, no. 4 (July; July-August 2004, 2004): 40-1, http:// gateway.proquest.com.proxycu.wrlc.org/openurl? url_ver=Z39.88-2004&res_dat=xri:iimp:&rft_dat=xri:iimp:article:citation:iimp00327387. Cooper, David Edwin. International Bibliography of Discographies. Keys to Music Bibliography. No. 2 ed. Littleton Colorado: Libraries Unlimited Inc., 1975. Crook, David W. "Orlando Di Lasso's Magnificats Ad Imitationem. Ph.D., Princeton University, 1991, http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb? did=747139691&Fmt=7&clientId=31807&RQT=309&VName=PQD. 9 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 Crutchfield, Jonathan Eric. A Conductor's Analysis of Gerald Finzi's "Intimations of Immortality"; "Lo, the Full, Final Sacrifice"; and "Magnificat. D.M.A., The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1994, http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb? did=741946201&Fmt=7&clientId=31807&RQT=309&VName=PQD. CUA Librarians. Religious Studies and Humanities Web Search. http://libraries.cua.edu.proxycu.wrlc.org/relicoll/websearch.html (accessed December 12, 2009). Davison, Joseph Frederick,III. Ancient Texts, New Voices. D.M.A., University of California, Los Angeles, 2002, http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb? did=764705421&Fmt=7&clientId=31807&RQT=309&VName=PQD. Dougherty, M. Exegesis and Eisegesis: The Choral Composer as Scriptural Interpreter with Special Reference to Settings of "the Magnificat. D.M.A., The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2008, http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb? did=1650504271&Fmt=7&clientId=31807&RQT=309&VName=PQD. Eaton, Frank Allen. The Origins of Cantus Firmus used in the English Magnificat from the Fourteenth to the Seventeenth Centuries. D.M.A., University of Washington, 1987, http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb? did=752321961&Fmt=7&clientId=31807&RQT=309&VName=PQD. Ferlazzo, Edgar Louis,Jr. The Shorter Sacred Choral Works of Herbert Norman Howells. D.M.A., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1997, http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb? did=736601261&Fmt=7&clientId=31807&RQT=309&VName=PQD. Fernandez, Gaspar. El Magnificat [Magnificat]. Guatemala: Universidad Rafael Landivar, 2002. Fleitas-Gonzalez, Patricia. A Study of Selected Choral Works of Heitor Villa-Lobos. D.M.A., The University of Texas at Austin, 1996, http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb? did=739423481&Fmt=7&clientId=31807&RQT=309&VName=PQD. Garcia, Maria Marcela. Music from the Old World Preserved in the New World: A Transcription with Analysis of Rodrigo De Ceballos's Magnificat Cycle on the Eight Tones, as found in Bogota, Colombia. Ph.D., University of Oregon, 2002, http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb? did=765050081&Fmt=7&clientId=31807&RQT=309&VName=PQD. Green, Francis Marion."Magnificats of Orlandus Lassus. D.M.A., University of Southern California, 1968, http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb? did=756733391&Fmt=7&clientId=31807&RQT=309&VName=PQD. Grigsby, John Roland. A Study of the Magnificat and an Analysis and Performance of Selected Settings. Educat.D., Columbia University, 1972, http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb? did=757677181&Fmt=7&clientId=31807&RQT=309&VName=PQD. 10 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 Hawkshaw, Paul. Psalmen Und Magnificat Resionsbericht Anton Bruckner. Anton Bruckner Gesamtausgabe - Musikwissenschaftlicher Verlag Der Int. Bruckner-Gesellschaft Wien. [Musicological publication of the International Bruckner Society]. Edited by Leopold Nowak. revised ed. Vol. 20der Int. Bruckner Gesellschaft Wien, 2002. Hill, George R. and Norris L. Stephens. Collected Editions, Historical Series and Set, and Monuments of Music. Berkeley: Fallen Leaf Press, 1997. Johnson, Axie Allen."Choral Settings of the Magnificat by Selected Twentieth Century American Composers. D.M.A., University of Southern California, 1968, http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb? did=756116501&Fmt=7&clientId=31807&RQT=309&VName=PQD. Johnson, Robert Manley. The Magnificats of Francisco Lopez Capillas (1615-1673), Mexico City Cathedral 'Maestro Di Capill'. D.M.A., Arizona State University, 1990, http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb? did=747118411&Fmt=7&clientId=31807&RQT=309&VName=PQD. Jordan, Cheri Brown. Settings of the "Magnificat" for the Female Solo Voice: Recital Document. D.M.A., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1985, http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb? did=749045881&Fmt=7&clientId=31807&RQT=309&VName=PQD. Jurgensmeier, Charles Lee. The Magnificat in D Major, BWV 243 by Johann Sebastian Bach: A Study in Performance and Analysis. D.M.A., University of Southern California, 2000, http:// proquest.umi.com/pqdweb? did=954109731&Fmt=7&clientId=31807&RQT=309&VName=PQD. Kaut, Thomas. Die Lieder Des Magnifikat Lk 1, 46-55." Chap. 5., In Befreier Und Befreites Volk: Traditions-Und Redaktionsgeschichtliche Untersuchung Zu Magnifikat Und Benedictus Im Kontext Der Vorlukanishen Kindheitsgeschchte. Vol. 77, 266-329. Frankfurt: Anton Hain, 1990. Kirsch, Winfried. The Sources of Polyphonic Magnificat and Te Deum Settings Until the Middle of the 16th Century [Die Quellen der Mehrstimmigen Magnificat-und Te Deum- Vertonungen bis zur Mitte de 16.Jahrhunderts]. Tutzing: Verlag Hans Schneider, 1966. Martini, Johannes, Murray Steib, and Johannes Brebis. Sacred Music. Part 1 Hymns, Magnificats, Motets and Passions. Sacred Music. Middleton: A-R Editions, 2009. McCloskey O.F.M, Father P. "Basis for the Magnificat." American Catholic.org. http://www.americancatholic.org/Messenger/May2004/Wiseman.asp (accessed December 15, 2009). 11 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 Mccray, James Elwin. The British Magnificat in the Twentieth Century. Ph.D., The University of Iowa, 1968, http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb? did=756710871&Fmt=7&clientId=31807&RQT=309&VName=PQD. Ouvrard, Jean-Pierre. Magnificat Primi Toni. Palestrina. . Compact disc notes. 2002. Pereira, Hoffmann Urquiza. A Conductor's Study of Villa-Lobos's "Magnificat-Alleluia" and "Bendita Sabedoria. D.M.A., Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College, 2005, http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb? did=885697181&Fmt=7&clientId=31807&RQT=309&VName=PQD. ProQuest. "Dissertation Abstracts International." ProQuest. http://proquest.umi.com.proxycu.wrlc.org/login? COPT=REJTPUcyODcrM2IwZiZTTUQ9NCZJTlQ9MCZWRVI9Mg==&clientId=31807 (accessed December 15, 2009). Semingson, John Wesley. Compositional Techniques in Monteverdi's Magnificats: Their Relationship to Text and Changing Aesthetics. D.M.A., The University of Alabama, 2002, http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb? did=765121931&Fmt=7&clientId=31807&RQT=309&VName=PQD. Sharp, Avery T. and James Michael Floyd. Choral Music: A Research and Information Guide. Routledge Music Bibliographies. New York: Routledge, 2002. Smith, James Arthur. "The 16 Magnificats of Cristobal De Morales: Elements of Style and Performance Practice." D.M.A., The University of Texas at Austin, 1976, http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb? did=756452711&Fmt=7&clientId=31807&RQT=309&VName=PQD. Steiner, Ruth, Falconer, Keith, Kirsch, Winfried and Bullivant, Roger. "Magnificat." Oxford Music Online. http://www.oxfordmusiconline.com.proxycu.wrlc.org/subscriber/article/grove/music/40076 #F921219 (accessed December 15, 2009). Walker, Diane Parr and Paul Walker. German Sacred Polyphonic Vocal Music between Schutz and Bach; Sources and Critical Editions. Michigan: Harmonie Park Press, 1992. Wherry, Mark Emery. An Analysis of Magnificat Settings by Selected American Composers since 1960. D.A., University of Northern Colorado, 2002, http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb? did=727403541&Fmt=7&clientId=31807&RQT=309&VName=PQD. Wojcicka, Lucy. The Magnificats by Tomas Luis De Victoria in Toledo Biblioteca Capitular MS. B-30 a Comparison with the Printed Editions (1576, 1581 and 1600). M.A., University of Calgary (Canada), 1989, http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb? did=767351361&Fmt=7&clientId=31807&RQT=309&VName=PQD 12 of 40 4/10/2010
    • Elizabeth F. McLean LSC831-Final Project Fall 2009 Appendix A – A selection of Dissertation/Theses for Consideration Ref ID: 86 Dissertation/Thesi s (Electronic) Reference 12 of 43 Magnificat Vie w Edit
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 Title: A conductor' s study of Villa- Lobos's "Magnific at- Alleluia" and "Bendita Sabedoria" Authors: Pereira,Ho ffmann Urquiza Source: 2005, 223, Louisiana State University and Agricultur al & Mechanica l College, United States -- Louisiana, D.M.A. Ref ID: 87 Dissertation/Thesi s (Electronic) Reference 13 of 43 Magnificat Vie w Edit 14 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 Title: An analysis of Magnificat settings by selected American composers since 1960 Authors: Wherry,M ark Emery Source: 2002, 260, University of Northern Colorado, United States -- Colorado, D.A. Ref ID: 88 Dissertation/Thesi s (Electronic) Reference 14 of 43 Magnificat Vie w Edit 15 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 Title: Ancient texts, new voices Authors: Davison,Jo seph Frederick,I II Source: 2002, 54, University of California, Los Angeles, United States -- California, D.M.A. Ref ID: 89 Dissertation/Thesi s (Electronic) Reference 15 of 43 Magnificat Vie w Edit 16 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 Title: Compositi onal techniques in Monteverd i's Magnificat s: Their relationshi p to text and changing aesthetics Authors: Semingson ,John Wesley Source: 2002, 107, The University of Alabama, United States -- Alabama, D.M.A. Ref ID: 90 Dissertation/Thesi s (Electronic) Reference 16 of 43 Magnificat Vie w Edit 17 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 Title: Music from the Old World preserved in the New World: A transcripti on with analysis of Rodrigo de Ceballos's Magnificat cycle on the eight tones, as found in Bogota, Colombia Authors: Garcia,Ma ria Marcela Source: 2002, 270, University of Oregon, United States -- Oregon, Ph.D. 18 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 Ref ID: 91 Dissertation/Thesi s (Electronic) Reference 17 of 43 Magnificat View Edit Title: Tonal structure in the polyphoni c Magnificat of the sixteenth century Authors: Bowen,Ric hard Leon Source: 2001, 1178, University of Cincinnati, United States -- Ohio, Ph.D. 19 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 Ref ID: 92 Dissertation/Thesi s (Electronic) Reference 18 of 43 Magnificat View Edit Title: The Magnificat in D Major, BWV 243 by Johann Sebastian Bach: A study in performan ce and analysis Authors: Jurgensme ier,Charles Lee Source: 2000, 81, University of Southern California, United States -- California, D.M.A. 20 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 Ref ID: 94 Dissertation/Thesi s (Electronic) Reference 19 of 43 Magnificat View Edit Title: The shorter sacred choral works of Herbert Norman Howells Authors: Ferlazzo,E dgar Louis,Jr. Source: 1997, 354, Southwest ern Baptist Theologic al Seminary, United States -- Texas, D.M.A. 21 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 Ref ID: 95 Dissertation/Thesi s (Electronic) Reference 20 of 43 Magnificat View Edit Title: A study of selected choral works of Heitor Villa- Lobos Authors: Fleitas- Gonzalez, Patricia Source: 1996, 112, The University of Texas at Austin, United States -- Texas, D.M.A. 22 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 Ref ID: 96 Dissertation/Thesi s (Electronic) Reference 21 of 43 Magnificat View Edit Title: Psalm, three motets, and Magnificat by Boesset Authors: Banta,Car olyn Jane Source: 1995, 130, University of Missouri - Kansas City, United States -- Missouri, D.M.A. 23 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 Ref ID: 97 Dissertation/Thesi s (Electronic) Reference 22 of 43 Magnificat View Edit 24 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 Title: A conductor' s analysis of Gerald Finzi's "Intimatio ns of Immortalit y"; "Lo, the Full, Final Sacrifice"; and "Magnific at" Authors: Crutchfiel d,Jonathan Eric Source: 1994, 194, The Southern Baptist Theologic al Seminary, United States -- Kentucky, D.M.A. 25 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 Ref ID: 98 Dissertation/Thesi s (Electronic) Reference 23 of 43 Magnificat View Edit Title: Orlando di Lasso's Magnificat s ad imitatione m Authors: Crook,Dav id W. Source: 1991, 402, Princeton University, United States -- New Jersey, Ph.D. Ref ID: 99 Dissertation/Thesi s (Electronic) Reference 24 of 43 Magnificat View Edit 26 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 Title: The Magnificat s of Francisco Lopez Capillas (1615-167 3), Mexico City Cathedral 'maestro di capilla' Authors: Johnson,R obert Manley Source: 1990, 282, Arizona State University, United States -- Arizona, D.M.A. Ref ID: 101 Dissertation/Thesi s (Electronic) Reference 25 of 43 Magnificat View Edit 27 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 Title: The magnificat s by Tomas Luis de Victoria in Toledo Biblioteca capitular MS. B-30 a compariso n with the printed editions (1576, 1581 and 1600) Authors: Wojcicka, Lucy Source: 1989, University of Calgary (Canada), Canada, M.A. 28 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 Ref ID: 103 Dissertation/Thesi s (Electronic) Reference 27 of 43 Magnificat View Edit Title: The Origins of Cantus Firmus used in the English Magnificat from the Fourteenth to the Seventeenth Centuries Authors: Eaton,Frank Allen Source: 1987, 424, University of Washington, United States -- Washington, D.M.A. 29 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 Ref ID: 104 Dissertation/Thesi s (Electronic) Reference 28 of 43 Magnificat View Edit Title: The Repertoire of Magnificats in Leipzig at the Time of J. S. Bach: a Study of the Manuscript Sources. (Volumes i and Ii) Authors: Cammarota,Rober t Michael Source: 1986, 584, New York University, United States -- New York, Ph.D. 30 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 Ref ID: 105 Dissertation/Thesi s (Electronic) Reference 29 of 43 Magnificat View Edit Title: Settings of the "Magnificat" for the Female Solo Voice: Recital Document Authors: Jordan,Cheri Brown Source: 1985, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, United States -- Texas, D.M.A. 31 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 Ref ID: 108 Dissertation/Thesi s (Electronic) Reference 30 of 43 Magnificat View Edit Title: The Sacred Choral Works of Domenico Scarlatti (Italy) Authors: Borton,Bruce Erol Source: 1983, 377, University of Cincinnati, United States -- Ohio, D.M.A. 32 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 Ref ID: 112 Dissertation/Thesi s (Electronic) Reference 31 of 43 Magnificat View Edit Title: The 16 Magnificats of Cristobal De Morales: Elements of Style and Performance Practice Authors: Smith,James Arthur Source: 1976, 173, The University of Texas at Austin, United States -- Texas, D.M.A. 33 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 Ref ID: 113 Dissertation/Thesi s (Electronic) Reference 32 of 43 Magnificat View Edit Title: A Study of the Magnificat and an Analysis and Performance of Selected Settings Authors: Grigsby,John Roland Source: 1972, 262, Columbia University, United States -- New York, Educat.D. 34 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 Ref ID: 114 Dissertation/Thesi s (Electronic) Reference 33 of 43 Magnificat View Edit Title: The Eighteenth- Century Italian Magnificat: a Survey of Representative Settings (Ca. 1700 - Ca. 1750) with an Analysis and Edition of Six Works Authors: Bloesch,Richard John Source: 1971, 508, University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign, United States -- Illinois, D.M.A. 35 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 Ref ID: 115 Dissertation/Thesi s (Electronic) Reference 34 of 43 Magnificat View Edit Title: Choral Settings of the Magnificat by Selected Twentieth Century American Composers Authors: Johnson,Axie Allen Source: 1968, 172, University of Southern California, United States -- California, D.M.A. 36 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 Ref ID: 116 Dissertation/Thesi s (Electronic) Reference 35 of 43 Magnificat View Edit Title: Magnificats of Orlandus Lassus Authors: Green,Francis Marion Source: 1968, 271, University of Southern California, United States -- California, D.M.A. 37 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 Ref ID: 117 Dissertation/Thesi s (Electronic) Reference 36 of 43 Magnificat View Edit Title: The British Magnificat in the Twentieth Century Authors: Mccray,James Elwin Source: 1968, 306, The University of Iowa, United States -- Iowa, Ph.D. 38 of 40 4/10/2010
    • LSC831—Music Bibliography Final Project Elizabeth F. McLean December 15, 2009 39 of 40 4/10/2010
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