Jablonski, Marek (Michael)



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‘Music Manuscripts on Microfilm in the Hill Monastic Library at St. John’s Abbey and University’, Notes, xxxv (1978–9), 7–30

The Autograph Manuscripts of Francesco Cavalli (diss., Princeton U., 1980)

A Bibliography for Medieval and Renaissance Musical Manuscript Research: Secondary Materials at the Alcuin Library and the Hill Monastic Library, St. John’s University, Collegeville, Minnesota (Collegeville, MN, 1980)

‘A Four-Part In seculum Hocket and a Mensural Sequence in an Unknown Fragment’, JAMS, xxxvii (1984), 1–48

‘The Introduction of Psalmody into the Roman Mass by Pope Celestine I (422–432): Reinterpreting a Passage in the Liber pontificalis’, Archiv für Liturgiewissenschaft, xxvi (1984), 147–65

with D. Yates: Descriptive Inventories of Manuscripts Microfilmed for the Hill Monastic Manuscript Library, Austrian Libraries, ii: St Georgenberg-Fiecht (Collegeville, MN, 1985)

‘Chant East and West: Toward a Renewal of the Tradition’, Music and the Experience of God, ed. M. Collins, D. Power and M. Burnim (Edinburgh, 1989), 20–29

‘Jerusalem and Rome (and Constantinople): the Musical Heritage of Two Great Cities in the Formation of the Medieval Chant Traditions’, Cantus Planus IV: Pécs 1990, 163–74

‘The New Chantbooks from Solesmes’, Notes, xlvii (1990–91), 1039–63

‘The Sunday Office of Seventh-Century Jerusalem in the Georgian Chantbook (Iadgari): a Preliminary Report’, Studia liturgica, xxi (1991), 52–75

‘The Lost Chant Tradition of Early Christian Jerusalem: some Possible Melodic Survivals in the Byzantine and Latin Chant Repertories’, EMH, xi (1992), 151–90

Re-Envisioning Past Musical Cultures: Ethnomusicology in the Study of Gregorian Chant (Chicago, 1992)

with M.E. Fassler: ‘Christian Liturgical Music from the Bible to the Renaissance’, Sacred Sound and Social Change: Liturgical Music in Jewish and Christian Experience, ed. L.A. Hoffman and J.R. Walton (Notre Dame, IN, 1992), 82–123

‘Liturgical Chant Bibliography’, Plainsong and Medieval Music, i– (1992–) [cumulative list]

‘The Liturgical Year in the Ethiopian Deggwa (Chantbook)’, Eulogema: Studies in Honor of Robert Taft, S.J., ed. E. Carr (Rome, 1993), 199–234

with K.K. Shelemay and I.T. Monson: ‘Oral and Written Transmission in Ethiopian Christian Chant’, EMH, xii (1993), 55–117

‘The Earliest Christian Chant Repertory Recovered: the Georgian Witnesses to Jerusalem Chant’, JAMS, xlvii (1994), 1–38

‘Paradokson Mysterion: the Thought of Gregory the Theologian in Byzantine and Latin Liturgical Chant’, Greek Orthodox Theological Review, xxxix (1994), 187–98

‘Rome and Jerusalem: from Oral Tradition to Written Repertory in Two Ancient Liturgical Centers’, Essays on Medieval Music: in Honor of David G. Hughes, ed. G.M. Boone (Cambridge, MA, 1995), 207–47




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