Text and Act : Essays on Music and Performance: Essays on Music and Performance
Oxford University Press, Jul 27, 1995 - Music - 392 pages
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Last Thoughts First
On Letting the Music Speak for Itself
Down with the Fence
The Pastness of the Present and the Presence of the Past
Whator WhereIs the Original?
An Icon for Our Time
A Mozart Wholly Ours
Old New Instruments New Old Tempos
Backslide or Harbinger?
Facing up Finally to Bachs Dark Vision
The Crooked Straight and the Rough Places Plain
The International Josquin Festival Conference 2125 June 1971
The Modern Sound of Early Music
Tradition and Authority
The New Antiquity
Resisting the Ninth
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