Amy and Richard talk to Brown University’s Susan Ashbrook Harvey about her work, including liturgical aesthetics in late antiquity, and how St. Ephraim the Syrian’s choirs of women in fourth century Edessa might be helpful models for us today. Show Notes: Extract from Jacob of Serug’s Homily on St. Ephraim the Syrian [Hyperlink to the pdf which is attached to the email] More of Susan Ashbrook Harvey’s Work: Music as Liturgy: Models from Ancient Syriac Christianity: ISOCM Presentation ISOCM Publication Performance as Exegesis: Women’s Liturgical Choirs in Syriac Tradition On Mary’s Voice: Gendered Words in Syriac Marian Tradition Singing Women’s Stories in Syriac Tradition Revisiting the Daughters of the Covenant: Women’s Choirs and Sacred Song in Ancient Syriac Christianity Modern Syrian Women’s Choirs: Syriac Choir of Nouri Iskandar, Aleppo Choir of St. Petrus, Stockholm Syriac Music Institute

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