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Journal of the Alamire Foundation 1- 2009
Music Sources in Private and Civic Contexts (c. 1480-1550): Lay Confraternities and the Liturgy

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160 p., 9 b/w ill. + 10 colour ill., 178 x 254 mm, 2009
ISBN: 978-2-503-53246-2
Languages: English
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Music in Private and Civic Contexts (c. 1480-1550): Lay Confraternities and the Liturgy

Editorial
Introduction
, Nele Gabriëls

Thomas Schmidt-Beste, Private or Institutional – Small or Big? Towards a Typology of Polyphonic Sources of Renaissance Music – Gioia Filocamo, Democratizing the Requiem: Mercantile Mentality and the Fear of Death in Italy – Sarah Long, In Praise of St. Nicholas: Music, Text, and Spirituality in the Masses and Offices of Parisian Trade Confraternity Manuscripts - Lenka Mrácková, Codex Franus—a Mirror of the Musical Practice of the Bohemian Utraquist Church around 1500?
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Research and Performance Practice Forum

Theodor Dumitrescu, The Material Digital: Strategies of Making and Reading the Early Music Edition, Then and Now

 

Interest Classification:
Fine Arts & Performing Arts
Musicology
Medieval & Renaissance (up to c. 1600)
Performing practice, performers & platforms

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