Composers on music: eight centuries of writings

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Northeastern University Press, 1997 - Music - 512 pages
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Sam Morgenstern's classic anthology, now thoroughly updated with new selections and commentary reflecting recent music scholarship.

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This volume is a greatly expanded version of the classic 1956 anthology by Sam Morgenstern. Fisk has added 30 composers to the roster, mostly in the pre-Baroque and contemporary eras, and has taken ... Read full review

Composers on Music: Eight Centuries of Writings (Music)

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This volume is a greatly expanded version of the classic 1956 anthology by Sam Morgenstern. Fisk has added 30 composers to the roster, mostly in the pre-Baroque and contemporary eras, and has taken ... Read full review

Contents

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1
Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
8
Claudio Monteverdi
15
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Jeff Nichols is Associate Professor of History at Westminster College, Salt Lake City, and the author of "Prostitution, Polygamy, and Power: Salt Lake City, 1847?1918".

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