Catherine Anne Bradley

Associate Professor - Department of Musicology
Image of Catherine Anne Bradley
Norwegian version of this page
Room ZEB 314
Username
Visiting address Sem Sælands vei 2 ZEB-bygningen 0371 OSLO
Postal address Postboks 1017 Blindern 0315 OSLO

Catherine A. Bradley completed her undergraduate and masters degrees at the University of Oxford and received her Ph.D. from The University of Cambridge in 2011. Following a postdoctoral position as a Research Fellow at The Queen’s College, Oxford, she was an Assistant Professor at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. In 2015, Catherine was a Visiting Fellow at St Catherine’s College Oxford and she was awarded the Music & Letters Westrup Prize in 2013. In the 2017-18 academic year she was a EURIAS fellow at the Institute of Advanced Studies in Paris. Her recent monograph, Polyphony in Medieval Paris: The Art of Composing with Plainchant (Cambridge University Press, 2018) challenges traditional evolutionary narratives of the genre of the motet though close analytical engagement with surviving musical evidence.

Tags: Musicology, Music History, Music Theory, Music Analysis

Publications

BOOKS

Polyphony in Medieval Paris: The Art of Composing with Plainchant (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018)

The Montpellier Codex: The Final Fascicle. Contents, Contexts, Chronologies, edited with Karen Desmond (Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer, 2018)

 

PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS

‘Choosing a Thirteenth-Century Motet Tenor: From the Magnus liber organi to Adam de la Halle’, Journal of the American Musicological Society 72/2 (forthcoming 2019)

'Origins and Interactions: Clausula, Motet, Conductus', in Jared Hartt (ed.), A Critical Companion to Medieval Motets (Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer, 2018): 43-60

‘Song and Quotation in Two-voice Motets for Saint Elizabeth of Hungary’, Speculum 92/3 (2017): 661-91

‘Re-workings and Chronological Dynamics in a Thirteenth-Century Latin Motet Family’, Journal of Musicology 32/2 (2015): 153-97

'Seeking the Sense of Sound’ [Review article of Emma Dillon, The Sense of Sound: Musical Meaning in France, 1260-1330 (2012)], Journal of the Royal Musical Association 139/2 (2014): 405-20

‘Comparing Compositional Process in Two Thirteenth-Century Motets: Deus omnium/REGNAT and Ne m’oubliez mie/DOMINO, Music Analysis 33/3 (2014): 263-90

‘Contrafacta and Transcribed Motets: Vernacular Influences on Latin Motets and Clausulae in the Florence Manuscript’, Early Music History 32 (2013): 1-70

‘Ordering in the Motet Fascicles of the Florence Manuscript’, Plainsong and Medieval Music 22/1 (2013): 37-64

‘New Texts for Old Music: Three Early Thirteenth-Century Latin Motets’, Music & Letters 93/2 (2012): 149-69 [awarded the Westrup Prize]

 

BOOK REVIEWS

Review of Anna Zayaruznaya, The Monstrous New Art: Divided Forms in the Late Medieval Motet (2015), Journal of the American Musicological Society 70/2 (2017): 528-32

Review of Yolanda Plumley, The Art of Grafted Song: Citation and Allusion in the Age of Machaut (2013), Music & Letters 96/1 (2015): 113-15

Review of Jennifer Saltzstein, The Refrain and The Rise of the Vernacular (2013), Early Music 42/2 (2014): 291-3

Review of Fred Büttner, Das Klauselrepertoire der Handschrift St-Victor (Paris, BN, lat. 15139): Eine Studie zur mehrstimmigen Komposition im 13. Jahrhundert (2011), Plainsong and Medieval Music 22/1 (2013): 98-101

Review of David J. Rothenberg, The Flower of Paradise: Marian Devotion and Secular Song in Medieval and Renaissance Music (Oxford, 2011), Early Music 40/3 (2012): 498-500

Published Aug. 8, 2017 1:30 PM - Last modified Oct. 29, 2018 6:47 PM