Music and Musicians at the Collegiate Church of St Omer

Crucible of Song, 1350-1550

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Offers unparalleled insight into the function of music in worship, ritual and society in late medieval Europe.

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Dedication; Acknowledgements; List of plates; Note on editorial policy, currency and dates; Prologue: Saint-omer and the growth of urban power; 1. The maitrise; 2. Identities and career patterns; 3. Masters and master singers; 4. The organs; 5. The bells; 6. Loose canons? Music and the craft of ecclesiastical power; Epilogue. A cloistered art: connoisseurship and private music-making; Appendix. Documents pertaining to the suppression of benefices for the upkeep of the master and choirboys; Bibliography.