Between Modes and Keys: German Theory, 1592-1802
This study of music theory examines in detail the persistence of modal thinking in German-speaking areas, which coexisted with major-minor principles, and its impact on German music from the Baroque through the High Classical period.
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Chapter 1 The Legacy of the Sixteenth Century
Chapter 2 German Theorists Before Lippius
Chapter 3 Johannes Lippius
Chapter 4 The MidSeventeenth Century
Chapter 5 Toward TwentyFour Keys
Chapter 6 TwentyFour Keys
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