ABSTRACT. Pesce emphasizes that Liszt contains the length of the Mass for Male Voices as a whole by concentrating on homophony and unison writing. Lodes maintains that Beethoven lived at a time when Christianity and its institutions were losing much of their power. Zaslaw argues that as long as Mozart lived in Salzburg, he was involved with music for the Catholic church. Drillock asserts that the compositional process for the Byzantine church musician consisted in fitting together short melodic patters of formulae which constitute the substance of the hymn.



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