Autumn 2008

Contents


Welcome and Foreword

 

Liturgical Renewal in the 20th and 21st Centuries

Roman Catholic Liturgical Renewal Forty-Five Years after Sacrosanctum Concilium: An Assessment               - Keith F. Pecklers, S.J.

A “Chapel on the Moon”: Reflections on Roman Catholic Liturgical Imagination in 1967 and in 2007               - Joanne M. Pierce

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The Loss of a Common Language: The End of Ecumenical-Liturgical Convergence? - Maxwell E. Johnson

“Missing the Forest for the Trees”?–The Centrality of the Paschal Mystery - Martin Stuflesser

 

Visual and Sonic Representations of the Sacred

Sacred Blood: The Liturgy of Human Sacrifice (in a Christian Context) - Jaime Lara

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The Future of Classical Music in the Church - Martin E. Marty

 

Britten’s War Requiem

Remembered Sins: The Poetry of Britten’s War Requiem - Lana Schwebel

Reflections on and around Britten’s War Requiem at Yale - Mervyn Cooke

 

Jewish Music between Tradition and Revival

Defending Salamone Rossi: The Transformation and Justification of Jewish Music in Renaissance Italy - Joshua R. Jacobson

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Jewish Music in the Age of Revival - Philip V. Bohlman

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Sephardic Liturgical Music: Liturgical Music of Middle Eastern Jews - Mark Kligman

 

Students Presenting in 2006-2007