German secular polyphonic song in printed editions, 1570-1630
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German secular polyphonic song in printed editions, 1570-1630 Italian influences on the poetry and music by Sara E. Dumont

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Published by Garland Pub. in New York .
Written in English


  • Lied, Polyphonic.,
  • Part songs, Italian -- History and criticism.,
  • Part songs, German -- History and criticism.,
  • Music and literature.

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Edition Notes

StatementSara E. Dumont.
SeriesOutstanding dissertations in music from British universities
LC ClassificationsML2629 .D85 1989
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2209061M
ISBN 100824001931
LC Control Number89031427

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The structure of the polyphonic psalm in some Italian treatises of the sixteenth and seventeenth century / Marta Marullo; Polyphonic psalm structures in seventeenth-century Italian office music / Jeffrey Kurtzman; Johann Rosenmüllers Nisi Dominus für Solostimme: Beobachtungen zur dramatischen Musiksprache / . The Guitar and Its Music (Oxford Early Music) as many of the pieces were printed elsewhere in ensemble or part-song 14 Considering the number of Italian artists and musicians that were employed by the French crown, e.g. the 'school' of Fontainbleau, Leonardo daVinci, and Alberto da Ripa, it is not surprising to find so many Italianate items. Mar 26,  · History of the guitar. The Hutchinson Encyclopedia of the Renaissance Preface The Hutchinson Encyclopedia of the Renaissance is a reference book, with entries arranged in A–Z format. To go directly to a particular entry, click on the link in the table of contents. There are also links between entries – click on any underlined word to jump to the related entry.