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Music and Instruments of the Middle Ages: Essays in Honour of Christopher Page

  • Author: Knighton, Tess
  • Author: Skinner, David

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Contents

  • Introduction - Tess Knighton and David Skinner
  • The Progeny of Bernart de Ventadorn's Can vei la lauzeta mover - Elizabeth Aubrey
  • Medieval Iberian Song in its Mediterranean Context: From Andalusian muwashshahat to the Cantigas de Santa Maria - Manuel Pedro Ferreira
  • The estampies of Douce 308 - Elizabeth Eva Leach
  • Anonymous IV and the Antiqui - Rob C. Wegman
  • The Development of the Latin Liturgical Psalter in England - John Caldwell
  • Forgotten Levers of Harmony: Where Are the Grammarians' Claviculi? - Crawford Young
  • The Variable-Voice Conductus - Mark Everist
  • Making Sense of Omnis / Habenti: An Ars Nova Motet in England - Lisa Colton
  • Super omnes speciosa: Machaut Reading Vitry - Alice V. Clark
  • 'The spirit moves me to speak of forms changed into new bodies': Anton Webern, Philippe de Vitry, and the Reception of the Ars Nova Motet - Lawrence Earp
  • La belle se siet: Where Dufay and Josquin Meet - David Fallows
  • In Search of Medieval Music in Non-Western Countries - Anna Maria Busse Berger
  • Where Did Our Musical Instruments Come From? - Jeremy Montagu
  • Instrumentalists and Changing Performance Contexts, c. 1500 - Keith Polk
  • Non-mensural Polyphony: Performing Plainsong - Reinhard Strohm
  • 'UEbersingen' and 'Quintieren': Non-Mensural Polyphony in Secular Repertories: Oswald von Wolkenstein and the Monk of Salzburg - Marc Lewon
  • From Page to Sound: Performing the Masses of Walter Frye - Andrew Kirkman