Glossary of Worship and Music - Quiz 2
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- "the Word of God" (3 senses)
- to refer to:
1) Jesus Christ
2) The Bible
3) The event of communication of God through human speech.
- Cathedral office/People's office
- Daily service of prayer and praise in the chief church of a city, attended by all Christians
- Monastic office
- a series of several daily services
- Responsories and Invitatories
- Dialogical prayers/Calls to prayer. Both are monastic, focussed on contemplation and edification.
- Roman Breviary of 1568
- popular breviary (portable, private, individual recitation from a single volume) reformed by Francisco de Quinones. Lasted until 1970s
- liturgy of the hours
- morning and evening (lauds and vespers) are the two hinges of the daily office. Ann office of readings, centering in scriptures and the fathers or readings about saints.
- Thomas Cranmer/morning prayer/evening prayer
- He eliminated anthems, responsories, invitatories that brokw the continual reading of the scripture. Common Book of Prayer.
- Common Book of Prayer
- psalms once a month, bible read through, Lord's prayer, versicles, psalms, 2 lessons, canticles, kyrie, creed, 3 closing collects.
- Taize Community
- Has developed its own daily office. Prayer through repetitive hymn singing and long silence.
- Instrumental music
- needs: bright sound, reverb, space
- Choral music
- 3 purposes: singing to/for/with the congregation.
- Congregational Song
(psalmody, hymnody, service music)
- an opportunity for all to express themselves (beauty is secondary.
- can communicate much. Depends on discipline, focus together, reflection, offering intercession.
- songs from other scriptures
- metrical hymn
- divided into stanzas, each iwth repetitive meters and number of lines.
- developed by monastics, it is austere and ascetic. Sung in unison. Embellishments avoided. Words shaped rhythm. Communcal and contemplative.
- Lutheran, Bach. Usually based on nonbiblcal texts. 4-part harmonized music written for both choir and congregation.
- metrical paraphrase
- John Calvin. Psalm translations. not exact, but in stanza form.
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