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  • Chant 
    Giraud, Eleanor J. (SAGE, 2019)
    In many cultures, chant plays an important role in religious or ritual activities.  This encyclopedia entry examines a selection of the world's chant traditions, placing them in their historical and cultural contexts, in ...
  • Giraud, Eleanor J. (Brill, 2021)
    Only a handful of liturgical books survive from the English Dominican Province, and only one contains musical notation. Consequently, it is difficult to make any generalisations about English Dominican liturgical and musical ...
  • Giraud, Eleanor J. (Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften, 2015)
    Following the reform of the Dominican liturgy in 1256, there was a concerted effort at the Parisian convent of Saint-Jacques to produce several 'exemplars': compendia comprising all the books necessary for liturgical ...
  • Giraud, Eleanor J.; Linde, Cornelia (Brill, 2021)
    This chapter provides a survey of the history of scholarly engagement with the English Dominican Province in the Middle Ages and gives a brief overview of recent research on the Dominican Order as a whole. It first provides ...
  • Giraud, Eleanor J. (Centre d'Etude des Manuscrits, 2017)
     The neume-like signs found between text lines in many lectionaries are often over looked. Together with punctuation, these melodic lection marks helped readers to determine how a nd where to begin the melodic cadences ...
  • Giraud, Eleanor J.; Hamilton, Elina (Royal Musical Association, 2014)
    A short review of the conference Sources of Identity: Makers, Owners and Users of Music Sources before 1600 which took place at the University of Sheffield from 4th to 6th October.
  • Giraud, Eleanor J. (Oxford University Press, 2018)
    A key concern for the Dominican Order in the thirteenth century was the uniformity of its liturgy. In the middle of the century, the general chapter sought to consolidate the order s liturgical practices, issuing a ...

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