The age of humanism, 1540-1630

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Gerald Abraham
Oxford University Press, Dec 31, 1968 - Music - 978 pages
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Looks at ancient and oriental music and traces the history of western music from medieval times to the twentieth century

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Contents

THE FRENCH CHANSON By charles van
1
THE SIXTEENTHCENTURY MADRIGAL By edward
33
GERMAN SECULAR SONG By kurt gudewill Pro
96
SOLO SONG AND CANTATA By nigel fortune
125
LATIN CHURCH MUSIC ON THE CONTINENT1
218
6 France in the Sixteenth Century 15201610
237
Claude Goudimel
247
c Central Europe By h f redlich Professor of Music
253
LATIN CHURCH MUSIC ON THE CONTINENT3
370
PROTESTANT MUSIC ON THE CONTINENT
419
CHURCH MUSIC IN ENGLAND By frank ll Harri
465
EARLY BAROQUE CHURCH MUSIC By H F redlich
520
CONCERTED INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC By ernst
550
SOLO INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC By willi apel Pro
602
INSTRUMENTS AND INSTRUMENTAL NOTATION
709
EARLY ITALIAN OPERA By SIMON TOWN ELM formerly
821

e EASTERN EUROPE By GERALD ABRAHAM formerly
301
Bohemia
308
BIBLIOGRAPHY
845
CONTENTS OF THE HISTORY OF MUSIC
911

About the author (1968)

Gerald Abraham is author of fourteen books on musical subjects and is General Editor of The New Oxford History of Music.

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