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Music and medieval manuscripts : paleography and performance : essays dedicated to Andrew Hughes / edited by John Haines and Randall Rosenfeld.


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Publication date:
Aldershot, Hants, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, c2004.
  • Book
  • xxxiv, 438 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index. "Publications of Andrew Hughes": p. [419]-427.
  • The script reform of Petrarch : an illusion / Albert Derolez
  • Tres digiti scribunt : a typology of late-antique and medieval pen grips / Randall Rosenfeld
  • Erasures in thirteenth-century music / John Haines
  • The musical stanzas in Martin Le Franc's Le champion des dames / Margaret Bent
  • Women's lament and the neuming of the classics / Jan M. Ziolkowski
  • Baghdadi rhythmic theories and practices in twelfth-century Andalusia / George Dimitri Sawa
  • Problems and possibilities in the performance of Trent 93's polyphonic introits / Brian E. Power
  • Music, rhetoric, and the Emperor's new clothes / Timothy J. McGee
  • Fifteenth-century Yorkshire drama : a hypothesis / Alexandra F. Johnston
  • Civic musicians in Wales and the Marches, 1430-1642 / David Klausner
  • A few odd visits : unusual settings of the Visitation sepulchri / Carol Symes
  • Dufay's motet Balsamus et munda cera and the papal ceremony of the Agnus Dei / Craig Wright
  • Origins and affiliations of the pre-Sarum office for Anne in the Stowe breviary / Sherry Reames
  • Early cycles of office chants for the Feast of Mary Magdalene / David Hiley
  • The Kenilworth missal (Chichester Cathedral, MS Med. 2) / Richard Pfaff.
Publisher's Summary:
These essays offer a focus on medieval manuscripts from a wide range of perspectives and will appeal to musicologists and medievalists alike.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Hughes, Andrew, 1937-2013
Haines, John.
Rosenfeld, Randall.

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