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

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Index of Persons
Agricola, Alexander, 157, 162, 223, 266, 269, 299f
Agricola, Martin, 150
Albert II. See Hapsburg, House of
Alexander VI, 220, 226
Alphonso I. See Este, House of
Alphonso V. See Aragon, House of
Amadeus VIII ( Felix V), duke of Savoy, 6
Angelico, Fra, 8
Anjou, Neapolitan family
Louis III, King, 7
René, King, 7
Anonymous XI, 142f
Antico, Andres, 226, 266, 270, 273
Apel, Willi, 87, 266, 369
Aragon, House of
Alphonso V, 7
Fernando II (Ferdinand the Catholic), 220, 222
Ferrante ( Ferdinand 1), 127
Juan II, 128
Archytas, 353
Aristides Quintilianus, 8, 224, 321
Aristotle, 12, 18
Aristoxenus, 321
Arnout de Zwolle, Henri, 20f
Aron, (Aaron) Pietro, 181, 363, 368
Ascanio, Cardinal. See Sforza ( Milan)
Atlas, Allan, 366
Attaignant (Attain), Pierre, 306
Augustine, St., 8
Bacchius, 224
Banaster, Gilbert, 154
Barbingant, 161, 162, 369
Barbireau, Jacobus, 189, 369
Battre, H., 94, 158
Beatrice, daughter of Ercole I, 222
Bedford, duke of, 3
Bedingham (Bedyngham), John, 51, 75f, 159, 160, 165
Bellerman's anonymous, 224
Bellinis, Jacopo, 129
Benet, John, 75
Benoit, Guillaume, 53
Bent, Margaret, 365, 367
Boethius
Refutation of, 139
Binchois, Gilles, 4, 47, 48, 52, 53, 55, 64, 76, 80f, 84, 136, 155, 160, 161, 162, 163, 176
Borso. See Este, House of
Botticelli, Alissandro, 129
Bowers, Roger, 367
Brassart (Brasart), Jean (Johannes), 52, 53, 92f
Brebis, Johannes, 293
Brooks, C. V., 368
Browne, John, 307
Brumel, Antoine, 267, 312f

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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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