The science and art of Renaissance music / James Haar ; edited by Paul Corneilson.
"As a distinguished scholar of Renaissance music, James Haar has had an abiding influence on how musicology is undertaken, owing in great measure to a substantial body of articles published over the past three decades. Collected here for the first time are representative pieces from those years...
Princeton, N.J. :
Princeton University Press,
- MUSIC IN THE SIXTEENTH-CENTURY: A Sixteenth-century attempt at music criticism
- The courtier as musician: Castiglione's view of the science and art of music
- Cosimo Bartoli on music
- ASPECTS OF RENAISSANCE MUSIC THEORY: The frontispiece of Gafori's Practica Musicae (1496)
- False relations and chromaticism in Sixteenth-Century music
- Zarlino's definition of fugue and imitation
- Lessons in theory from a Sixteenth-Century composer
- Josquin as interpreted by a Mid-Sixteenth-Century German musician
- ON THE ITALIAN MADRIGAL: The Note Nere Madrigal
- The "Madrigale Arioso": a mid-century development in the Cinquecento Madrigal
- Giovanthomaso Cimello as madrigalist
- ANTONFRANCESCO DONI: WRITER, ACADEMICIAN, AND MUSICIAN: Notes on the Dialogo della Musica of Antonfrancesco Doni
- A gift of madrigals to Cosini I: The Ms. Florence, Bibl. Naz. Centrale, Magl. XIX, 130
- The Libraria of Antonfrancesco Doni
- RENAISSANCE MUSIC IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY EYES: Berlioz and the "First Opera"
- Music of the Renaissance as viewed by the Romantics.