Early Music History: Volume 20: Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Music

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Iain Fenlon
Cambridge University Press, Apr 8, 2002 - Music - 330 pages
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Early Music History is devoted to the study of music from the early Middle Ages to the end of the seventeenth century and includes manuscript studies, textual criticism, iconography, studies of the relationship between words and music, and the relationship between music and society. Articles in volume 20 include: The Footnote Quarrels of the Modal Theory: A Remarkable Episode in the Reception of Medieval Music; The Vatican Organum Treatise Re-examined; Ludwig Senfl and the Judas Trope: Composition and Religious Toleration at the Bavarian Court; Who 'Made' the Magnus liber?
 

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QUOTATIONS AND THEIR FUNCTION IN MACHAUTS MOTETS
1
A REMARKABLE EPISODE IN THE RECEPTION OF MEDIEVAL MUSIC
87
THE VATICAN ORGANUM TREATISE REEXAMINED
121
A NEW LOOK AT OLD ROMAN CHANT II
173
COMPOSITION AND RELIGIOUS TOLERATION AT THE BAVARIAN COURT
199
WHO MADE THE MAGNUS LIBER?
227
REVIEWS
267
The LaterSeventhCentury Creation of the Roman Mass Proper
279
Hearing with the Eyes
309
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