Music History during the Renaissance Period, 1425-1520: A Documented Chronology

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Supplemental Sources
for the Period from
ca. 1480 to ca. 1520

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Arnaut, Henry. Instruments de Musique du XVe Siècle. Edited and translated by G. Le Cerf and E. R. Labande . Paris: n.p., 1932.
Baillie, Hugh. Some biographical notes on English church musicians, chiefly working in London, 1485-1560. Royal Musical Association. Research Chronicle, no. 2. Cambridge: n.p., 1961-.
Bank, J. A. Tactus, tempo and notation in Medieval music from the 13th to the 17th century. Amsterdam: Annie Bank, [c. 1978].
Boydell, Barra. The Crumhorn and Other Renaissance Windcap Instruments: a Contribution to Renaissance Organology. Buren: Knuf, 1982.
Buckner, Alexander. Musical Instruments through the Ages. Translated by Iris Urwin. London: Spring Books, 1956.
Cattin, Giulio. "Church patronage of music in fifteenth- century Italy." In Music in Medieval and Early Modern Europe: Patronage, Sources, and texts, edited by Iain Fenlon, pp. 21-36. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, [c. 1981].
Curtis, Alan. Josquin and "La belle Tricotée In Essays in Musicology, in Honor of Dragon Plamenac on his 70th Birthday, edited by Gustave Reese and Robert Snow , pp. 1-8. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, [c. 1969].
Ferguson, Wallace K. The Renaissance. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc., 1940.
Gafurius, Franchinus. Extractus parvis musicae ex cod.Par. Palat. 1158

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Music History during the Renaissance Period, 1425-1520: A Documented Chronology
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Recent Titles in the Music Reference Collection ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Maps ix
  • Preface xi
  • The Period from Ca. 1425 to Ca. 1450 3
  • Supplemental Sources for the Period from Ca. 1425 to Ca. 1450 118
  • The Period from Ca. 1450 to Ca. 1490 125
  • Supplemental Sources for the Period from Ca. 1450 to Ca. 1490 211
  • The Period from Ca. 1480 to Ca. 1520 219
  • Supplemental Sources for the Period from Ca. 1480 to Ca. 1520 328
  • Appendix 1 Mannered Notation 341
  • Appendix 2 Intonation and Temperament 351
  • Appendix 3 Supplemental Material 365
  • Bibliography 373
  • Definition and Pronunciation 422
  • Index of Persons 469
  • Index of Works 475
  • Subject Index 483
  • About the Author 493
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