From Chantre to Djak: Cantorial Traditions in Canada.

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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 [1916]," Isaac E. Lambertsen (translator, "Rubrics for the Chan of the Mass [1934]," "The Cantorial Tradition in Canada: A Bibliography," Klymasz. Very Good.

ISBN: 0-660-17834-6

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