9782884491419

Songs of the Dove and the Nightingale : Sacred and Secular Music, c.900-c.1600

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    9782884491419

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    2884491414

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  • Copyright: 1995-03-01
  • Publisher: Routledge
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Table of Contents

Editor's Preface
Acknowledgements
Introduction to the Series
The Musical Repertories of the Liturgy of Southern Italy and Beneventan Sourcesp. 1
A New Source for the Antiphonale Missarump. 33
The Missal of a Church Adjacent to the Lateran: Roma Archivio Di Stato, Ms Sanctissimo Salvatore 997p. 63
Regino Prumiensis and the Tonesp. 74
What the Dove Could Not Yet Sing: Alleluia Melodies After 1100p. 90
Interrelationships Between Text and Music in the Refrain Forms of Guillaume De Machautp. 105
Semantics, Structure or a Manner of Speaking?p. 124
A Hard Look at Trouvere Melodic Stylep. 145
From Oral to Written: Change in Transmission of Instrumental Music in Fifteenth-Century Europep. 160
Sir John Davies' Orchestra as a Dance Historical Sourcep. 176
Two Motets Attributed to Tomas Luis De Victoria in Italian Sources: An Introductory Studyp. 213
Symposium Concert Programme
Tropes for Pentecostp. 243
A Note on the First Introitp. 245
Mass for the Feast of Pentecost
Introit with Tropep. 246
Matins Hymnp. 246
Introit with Tropep. 247
Alleluia and Sequencep. 248
Offertory with Trope and Prosula
Communion with Trope Factus est repentep. 250
Vespers Hymnp. 251
Vespers Antiphonp. 251
Artificial Languagesp. 252
Seven Pious Piecesp. 252
The Astra Choirp. 254
Contributorsp. 255
Index of Manuscripts citedp. 258
General Indexp. 264
Additional Illustrationsp. 269
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