Journal Journal of the Alamire Foundation , vol. 11

JAF 11/1-2 Journal of the Alamire Foundation, 2019

Petrus Alamire's Musical Legacy: New Perspectives on Polyphony

  • Pages: 188 p.
  • Size:178 x 254 mm
  • Illustrations:36 col.
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2019

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  • ISBN: 978-2-503-58273-3
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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Petrus Alamire's Musical Legacy: New Perspectives on Polyphony

    David Burn & Zoe Saunders, Introduction

    Anne Margreet W. As-Vijvers, The Grotesque Initials in the Alamire Choirbooks

    Klaas van der Heide, How Many Paths Must a Choirbook Tread Before it Reaches the Pope?

    Trudie G. Ranson, Early Parody Masses, Their Composers, and the French Connection in Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Musica Ms. F

    Michael Alan Anderson, The Palatini Partbooks Revisited

    Honey Meconi, Range, Repertoire, and Recipient in the Alamire Manuscript

    Guillaume Bunel, The Notation of Fuga-Canons in Vienna, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Ms. Mus. 18746

    Keith Polk, Scribes, Patrons, Performers, and Spies: Petrus Alamire and the Instrumentalist Network in Renaissance Flanders

    Martin Ham, Joining the Dots: Tylman Susato and Manuscript Production after Alamire

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