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Marie-Noël Colette and Gunilla Iversen , La parole chantée: Invention poétique et musicale dans le haut moyen âge occidental. Turnhout: Brepols, 2014. 497 pp. + 6 colour plates + CD. €75. ISBN 978 2 503 55161 6.

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  25 September 2015

JOSEPH DYER*
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1 A small correction: tracks 8, 9 and 11 are performances of pieces 34, 42 and 37, respectively, in the Florilège.

2 ‘Ergo ad tantum et talem officium cor pariter cum lingua conveniat cum timore Domino cottidianum debitum redibere. Non solum vocibus, sed et corde ad Deum clamare.’ Regula Magistri 47:14–20, ed. Adalbert de Vogüé, La Régle du Maître, Sources Chrétiennes 105–7 (Paris, 1964), 106:214–16; there is an English translation by Eberle, Luke, The Rule of the Master, Cistercian Studies 6 (Kalamazoo, 1977), 206–7Google Scholar.

3 Translated into English by Flynn, William as Laus angelica: Poetry in the Medieval Mass, ed. Flynn, Jane (Turnhout, 2010)Google Scholar.

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