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Synonyms for plainsong

a liturgical chant of the Roman Catholic Church

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For the first time, we can examine a chronologically continuous series of works extending from the "broken" plainsong settings of the 1530s through the equal-note, chant-based works of the 1550s and 1560s to the dances and variations of Elizabeth's reign.
Answers are found in this substantial volume of essays, which opens with David Hiley's informative archival study of the Plainsong and Mediaeval Music Society.
Some of her best poetry dealt with women, love, and aging, themes apparent in The Unquiet Bed (1967), Plainsongs (1969), Ice Age (1975), and The Woman I Am (1977).