Encomium Musicae

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Pendragon Press, 2002 - Music - 765 pages
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Professor Snow's auspicious debut in musicology came in 1958 as the author of the chapter on Old Roman chant in Willi Apel's Gregorian Chant. He completed his doctorate at the University of Illinois in 1968, and his major faculty appointments have been at the University of Pittsburgh, University of Illinois, and University of Texas. His publications range from the medieval era to the baroque, most of them dealing with sacred music in Spain, Portugal, the Hispanic New World, and eastern Europe. Encomium Musicae will present over 40 articles by scholars from seven different countries, most of them specialists in the music of Spain, Portugal, or the Hispanic New World
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Cristóbal de Morales Circumdederunt me an Alternate
27
Rediscovered Works of Philippe Rogier in Spanish
47
Some
75
Reexamining the a Cappella Choral
91
An EighteenthCentury Musical Odyssey
127
A propósito de los cincuenta años de la Revista Musical
143
Organería Medieval en Aragón
175
Emulation
365
El Maestro de Capilla Diego de Bruceña 15671623 y
435
Los Motetes de Miguel de Irízar
471
A Poster Child
493
Francisco
509
Spanish Folk Modes and Their Transformations in the Music
529
Sobre el Discanto y el Repertorio Polifónico
561
Intervallic and Cantus Firmus Treatment in Late
593

A Handlist
191
Juan de Anchieta ca 14621523 y los Salmos del CMV
209
Francesco de Penalosa New Works Lost and Found
231
Phantom Attributions or New Works by Antoine
259
Wanted one Maestro de Capilla
269
ca 15201544
285
Imitation
305
The Transmission of Secular Polyphony in Renaissance Spain
321
Patronazgo Musical en la Capilla Real de Granada durante
341
Thomas Crecquillon and the Chanson Cycle
615
A Brief Survey
637
ComposerPublisher Relations
663
Bringing
693
The Romanov Familys Patronage of Music 18201880
717
Is Female to Male as Postmodern is to Modern?
733
The Literary Estate of Robert J Snow
749
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