Musical Humanism and Its Legacy: Essays in Honor of Claude V. Palisca

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Claude V. Palisca, Nancy Kovaleff Baker, Barbara Russano Hanning
Pendragon Press, Jan 1, 1992 - Music - 543 pages
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Contents

Hermes or Clio? The Transmission of Ancient Greek
3
The Nature of the Crime
37
Eriugena Boethius and the Neoplatonism oiMusica
53
On Vicentino and His Ancient
79
Hobbes and Stoic Naturalism III
109
A Bridge
129
A Study in Terminology
145
Tim Carter
171
Rameau and the Comedie
297
Two Episodes in a Durable Relationship
321
On Text and Meaning
355
A Crucial Dilemma for German
381
ANALYTICAL
395
Fundamental Poetic Forms
451
Generative Processes in a Debussy Prelude
471
A Tribute to Schoenberg
487

The Secondapratica or The Imperfections of
195
Why Clemens non Papa Did Not Need a Secret
213
MUSIC
241
Carissimis Oratorios in Search of a Genre
279
The Early Years
503
Writings by Claude V Palisca
517
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