Studies in the performance of late mediaeval music / edited by Stanley Boorman.

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Boorman, Stanley, 1939-
Format: Book
Published: Cambridge, [England] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1983.
Table of Contents:
  • Fifteenth-century northern book painting and the a capella question : an essay in iconographic method / James W. McKinnon
  • The visualization of music through pictorial imagery and notation in late mediaeval France / Tilman Seebass
  • The trecento harp / Howard Mayer Brown
  • The 'reconstruction' of instrumental music : the interpretation of the earliest practical sources / Wulf Arlt
  • Minesis and woodwind articulation in the fourteenth century / Margaret Paine Hasselman and David McGown
  • Specific information on the ensembles for composed polyphony, 1400-1474 / David Fallows
  • The performing ensemble for English church polyphony, c. 1320-c. 1390 / Roger Bowers
  • Some evidence for French influence in northern Italy, c. 1400 / Anne Hallmark
  • Parts with words and without words : the evidence for multiple texts in fifteenth-century Masses / Alejandro Enrique Planchart
  • Fourteenth-century music with texts revealing performance practice / Ursula Günther.