Two of our authors offer thoughts about the meaning of the liturgy within the context of our daily lives.
What if we take medieval music pedagogy seriously? Do its methods have anything to offer us today?
My personal encounter with him left a strong impression, which I will share here.
When faced with restrictions on the size of the choir, history suggests that we can adapt music for smaller groups, including groups with only one singer.
On how tunes change over time, with a reflection on the sacred duty of hymn editors.
Charles Weaver is on the faculty of the Juilliard School…
Polyphonic settings from a thirteenth-century Italian convent teach us how we might add a second part to a piece of plainchant.