Part of the ISM’s Liturgy Symposium
ISM Great Hall, 409 Prospect Street, New Haven
Medieval historians in the tenth through the twelfth centuries were of many stripes, and hence created the past using a great variety of materials. This paper outlines the importance of liturgical sources and methods, as well as the roles of cantors and other liturgists, in both the recreation and representations of the past, as well as in the writing of history.
Margot Fassler is Director of Yale Institute of Sacred Music and Robert S. Tangeman Professor of Music History
Refreshments for mind, body, and spirit will be served.