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Title Re-forming texts, music, and church art in the Early Modern North / edited by Tuomas M.S. Lehtonen and Linda Kaljundi.
Imprint Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, [2016]

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Description 1 online resource (482 pages) : illustrations
Series Crossing boundaries: Turku medieval and early modern studies ; 2
Crossing boundaries: Turku medieval and early modern studies ; 2.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Print version record.
Subject Reformation -- Finland.
Reformation -- Sweden.
Finnish literature -- History and criticism.
Music -- Finland -- History and criticism.
Church decoration and ornament -- Sweden -- History and criticism.
Church decoration and ornament -- Finland -- History and criticism.
Finland.
Sweden.
Nordeuropa
Genre Electronic books.
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Contents Cover; Table of Contents; A Note on Terms and Names; Acknowledgments; Introduction / Tuomas M.S. Lehtonen and Linda Kaljundi; Part I -- Contextualizations and Thematizations; 1. Popular Belief and the Disruption of Religious Practices in Reformation Sweden / Martin Berntson; 2. Trade and the Known World: Finnish Priests' and Laymen's Networks in the Late Medieval Baltic Sea Region / Ilkka Leskelä; 3. Diglossia, Authority and Tradition: The Influence of Writing on Learned and Vernacular Languages / Marco Mostert; Part II -- Music and Religious Performances.
4. Changes in the Poetics of Song during the Finnish Reformation / Kati Kallio5. Vernacular Gregorian Chant and Lutheran Hymn-singing in Reformation-era Finland / Jorma Hannikainen and Erkki Tuppurainen; 6. Pious Hymns and Devil's Music: Michael Agricola (c. 1507-1557) and Jacobus Finno (c. 1540-1588) on Church Song and Folk Beliefs / Tuomas M.S. Lehtonen; 7. The Emergence of Hymns at the Crossroads of Folk and Christian Culture: An Episode in Early Modern Latvian Cultural History / Māra Grudule; Part III -- Church Art and Architecture.
8. Reform and Pragmatism: On Church Art and Architecture during the Swedish Reformation Era / Anna Nilsén9. Early Lutheran Networks and Changes in the Furnishings of the Finnish Lutheran Parish Church / Hanna Pirinen; 10. Continuity and Change: Reorganizing Sacred Space in Post-Reformation Tallinn / Merike Kurisoo ; Part IV -- The 'Other' and the Afterlife; 11. Pagans into Peasants: Ethnic and Social Boundaries in Early Modern Livonia / Linda Kaljundi; 12. Est vera India septemtrio: Re-imagining the Baltic in the Age of Discovery / Stefan Donecker.
13. Transformations of Saint Catherine of Alexandria in Finnish Vernacular Poetry and Rituals / Irma-Riitta Järvinen14. Agricola's List (1551) and the Formation of the Estonian Pantheon / Aivar Põldvee; Index; List of Maps, Figures, Tables, and Musical Examples; Maps; Map 1 -- Baltic Sea region; Map 2 -- Baltic Sea region, 1530; Map 3 -- Baltic Sea region, 1580; Map 4 -- Baltic Sea region, 1630; Map 5 -- The Swedish provinces; Figures; Figure 5.1 -- A fragment from Graduale F.m. II 44 in the National Library of Finland, with Finnish translation added for the Gloria.
Figure 5.2 -- The end of the antiphon O Kunnian Kuningas (O Rex gloriose) in the Codex WesthFigure 5.3 -- The introit Nos autem in the Codex Westh; Figure 5.4 -- The trope Benedicamus parvulo nato in a manuscript from Hämeenkyrö; Figure 5.5 -- The hymn O fadher wår wij bidhie tigh in the Loimijoki manuscript (c. 1600); Figure 8.1 -- Gustav Vasa as the Bysta Master saw him in about 1550; Figure 8.2 -- Gustav Vasa's Bible, 1541; title page; Figure 8.3 -- St. Erik. Uppsala Cathedral Chapter's counter-seal from 1275, believed to represent his statue.
Figure 8.4 -- The Seven Sacraments. Altarpiece painted by Rogier van der Weyden, 1440-1445. Detail of the central panel, showing the Eucharist.
Summary Our historical understanding of the Reformation in northern Europe has tended to privilege the idea of disruption and innovation over continuity--yet even the most powerful reformation movements drew on and exchanged ideas with earlier cultural and religious practices. This volume attempts to right the balance, bringing together a roster of experts to trace the continuities between the medieval and early modern period in the Nordic realm, while enabling us to see the Reformation and its changes in a new light.
Other Author Lehtonen, Tuomas M. S., editor.
Kaljundi, Linda, editor.
Other Title Print version: Re-forming texts, music, and church art in the Early Modern North. Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, [2016] 9789089647375