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Numero 2/2019

Music and the Sacred, 2/2019, vol. 41

Intro Antti-Ville Kärjä, guest editor Music, the sacred and the multiple forms to study them Articles Tuuli Lukkala The soundscape of Orthodox Christian worship and participants’ experiences – at the start of fieldwork Hilkka-Liisa Vuori Body, soul

Music, the sacred and the multiple forms to study them

Antti-Ville Kärjä, PhD, is Professor of Cultural Music Research at the Sibelius Academy of the University of the Arts Helsinki, Chair of the Finnish Society for Ethnomusicology, and guest editor of this issue of Musiikin Suunta. The title

Ritualization of Ritual and Religious Music: The Case of Priestess Barbara’s Peace Ritual at the Antioch Catholic Church

  Uğur Aslan is a lecturer at Trabzon University.   Defining ritual is one of the most complicated tasks in relation to functional behaviors in our daily life. What makes a categorization of behaviors a ritual? Is

Body, soul and sound workshop – A Meditative Approach to Hildegard of Bingen’s Chants

DMus Hilkka-Liisa Vuori is a teacher of Gregorian chant, a singer in duo Vox Silentii and a researcher.   Body, soul and sound workshop invited participants to experience meditation with sound, the sound being human voice. The

The soundscape of Orthodox Christian worship and participants’ experiences – at the start of fieldwork

Tuuli Lukkala is a doctoral student of Orthodox church music at the University of Eastern Finland in Joensuu.   At start a minor definitional note: when talking about worship as formal rites and ceremonies, I may use