Decadent Enchantments

Decadent Enchantments – MusicaSacra Church Music Forum

Who here has read the Katherine Bergeron book Decadent Enchantments about the solesmes chant restoration? It presents a few questions to my mind: 1. If music notation has been more solidified in the 1800s, would square notation have even been used by solesmes? 2. Would more choirs (congregations) sing chant today if it were in modern notation? 3.

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Decadent Enchantments: The Revival of Gregorian Chant at Solesmes. By Katherine Bergeron. [California Studies in 19th Century Music, 10.] (Berkeley: University of California Press. 1998. Pp. xv, 196. $35.00.) Gregorian chant, the oldest written form of European music, is seen in a stimulating new perspective in Bergeron’s study.

Published in: Catholic Historical Review · 2001Authors: David Benedict Mcculloch

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Jul 11, 1998 · Decadent Enchantments has 4 ratings and 0 reviews. The oldest written tradition of European music, the art we know as Gregorian chant, is seen from an en

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The oldest written tradition of European music, the art we know as Gregorian chant, is seen from an entirely new perspective in Katherine Bergeron’s engaging and literate study. Bergeron traces the history of the Gregorian revival from its Romantic origins in a community of French monks at Solesmes, whose founder hoped to rebuild the moral foundation of French culture on the ruins of the

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«Decadent Enchantments is an essay in culture history about chant scholarship as a phenomenon, an engaging, lively, and stimulating case study of Romantic and post-Romantic historicism run rampant, with brilliant aperçues and colorful analogies on almost every page.»―Harold Powers,

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The oldest written tradition of European music, the art we know as Gregorian chant, is seen from an entirely new perspective in Katherine Bergeron’s engaging and literate study. Bergeron traces the history of the Gregorian revival from its Romantic origins in a community of French monks at Solesmes, whose founder hoped to rebuild the moral foundation of French culture on the ruins of the

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Decadent Enchantments: The Revival of Gregorian Chant at Solesmes. By Katherine Bergeron. [California Studies in 19th Century Music, 10.] (Berkeley: University of California Press. 1998.

Published in: Catholic Historical Review · 2001Authors: David Benedict Mcculloch