From Chantre to Djak: Cantorial Traditions in Canada.
Klymasz, Robert B., compiled and edited by.
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Hull, Quebec: Canadian Museum of Civilization, 2000. Octavo, glossy paper covers, viii, 185 pp., b/w photos Mercury Series, Canadian Centre for Folk Cultural Studies, Paper 73. Avant-Propos, Carmelle Begin. Introdcution by the editor. Preface by Natalie Kononenko. Papers are "Becoming a Cantor," Joseph Roll, "'How I Quit Being Cantor': Chanting Aesthetics and 'Mood Effect,'" Michael Owen Jones, "Pour la suite de la 'beaute': le parcours de Claude Gosselin, chantre de Quebec depuis 1943," Anne-marie Poulin, "Au-dela de la tradition... Role et fonction d'un chantre dans la survie d'une eglise a Montreal," Claudette Berthianume-Zavada, "Cantors and Grandparents in Ukrainian Folklore," Bohdan Medwisky, "'God is in front of Me': Cantors of the Ottawa Jewish Community, 1998," I. Sheldon Posen, "Cantor Albert Mahon and Canada's Anglican Plainsong Revival," Marcia Ostashewski, "Introduction to the Precenter's Companion ," Isaac E. Lambertsen (translator, "Rubrics for the Chan of the Mass ," "The Cantorial Tradition in Canada: A Bibliography," Klymasz. Very Good.