Early Music History: Volume 22

Early Music History: Volume 22

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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 22 include: O Quelle Armonye: dialogue singing in late Renaissance France; Ars Subtilior and the patronage of French princes; Laboring in the midst of wolves: reading a group of Fauvel motets; Watermarks and musicology: the genesis of Johannes Wiser's collection.sung polyphony, and sometimes religious music (in Henri Hia#39;s confraternities, and for table blessings and other similar occasions for ... As in Italy, the importance of courtly divertissements and of a#39;privatea#39; settings and mixed-sex sociability (following the model of civility manuals) to the courtly ... Scion of an aristocratic Mantuan family, Striggio spent most of his career as a courtier- musician in Florence.

Title:Early Music History: Volume 22
Author:Iain Fenlon
Publisher:Cambridge University Press - 2003-10-16


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