The Early Tudor Court and International Musical Relations
The histories of foreign musicians, performances, scores and treatises which run through the body of this volume need to be placed firmly within the broader story of foreign relations during the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, the contextual framework which eventually became a general interaction with European production.
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International Events and Musical Exchanges
Building a Foreign Musical Establishment at the Early Tudor Court
AngloContinental Relations in Music Manuscripts
English Music Theory and the International Traditions
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