Music History during the Renaissance Period, 1520-1550: A Documented Chronology

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Subject Index
Act of Supremacy, 295
An Act for the Uniformity of Service, 303, 304, 463, 472
Anglican church music
Form and style, 360
Composers, 361–364
Antiphon Ritual, 353–354
Composers of, 354
Processional, 343
Votive, 308–317, 344
Composers of, 309–317
General style of, 308–309
Art song, 446–451
Court song (Hofweisen), 447
German Lied, 449–450
Sources of, 450–451
Gesellschaftlied, (Tenor song), 447–448
Metrical ode, 446
Song motets, 448–450
Bohemian-Moravian Brethem, 292
__Songbooks, 292–293
Calvinist church music, 285–288
__in Southern Switzerland, 285, 286287
Psalters Monophonic, 288–290
Polyphonic, 290–291
by Bourgeois, 287, 290–291
__in Strasbourg, 286
Canticles, see Office music
Canzona (keyboard), 456–457
Canzona d'organo, 457
Canzonafrancese, 456
Carmen, 456
Canzone, Italian
Definition of the, 393
__in the theater, 394–395
Music of the, 393–394
Poetry of the, 393
Chanson Franco-Flemish (Netherlandish)
General style of, 367
Netherlandish style, 373
Composers of, 378–382
French General style, 367–368
of poetry, 368–369
of music, 369–370
Parisian Composers of, 373–376
General style of, 370–371
Lyrical style, 371
Program style, 371–372
Narrative style, 372
Provincial Composers of, 377–378
General style of, 372–373
Performance of the, 382–383
__in the theater, 383–385
Printed sources of the, 385–393
Chantries Act of 1547, 302
Choralmotette, 279
Chromaticism: "Chain Reactions", 168169
Chromaticism: Musicaficta, 154

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Table of contents

  • Recent Titles in the Music Reference Collection ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface ix
  • Part I - Reference Material xi
  • Bibliography 1
  • Part II: Historical Outline and Study Guide 122
  • Theorists and Theoretical Sources 123
  • Musica Theorica: Science of Music 137
  • Musica Practica: Performance Didactics 154
  • Musica Poëtica: Composition 177
  • Notation 184
  • Sacred Latin Music for the Catholic Church on the Continent 199
  • Sacred Music for the Reformed Church on the Continent 256
  • Sacred Latin and Vernacular Music in England 295
  • Secular Vocal Music 366
  • Instrumental Music 455
  • Index of Persons 507
  • Index of Works 511
  • Subject Index 527
  • About the Author 537
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