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

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Index of Works
Adieu m'amour, Dufay, 91
Alas, alas, alas is my chief song, Frye, 184
Alma Redemptoris Mater, antiphon, 66; Dufay, 89
Älteres Nürnberger Liederbuch, see Lochamer Liederbuch
A ma damme playsant et belle, Hugo de Lantins, 74
Angelicum ac divinum opus musicae. SeePractica musicae
Anima mea liquefacta est, Dufay, 88
Anna mater matris, Plummer, 94
Apologia adversus Joannem Spatarium et complices musicos Bononiensis, Gaffurius, 240
Apologia doctae ignorantiae, Nicolaus Cusanus, 9
Ars nova Philippe de Vitri, 31
Ascendo ad Patrem meum, Organ setting, 265
Ave Regina caelorum Antiphon, 66; Dufay, 89, 182, 154; Power, 43
Ave Regina. . . Mater Regis, Frye, 184, 369
Ave verum corpus, Johannes Reson, 74
Barbieri Cancionero. See Cancionero musical de Palacio
Beata es, Maria, Antiphon, 181
Beata progenies, Power, 43
Berliner, Liederbuch. See Glogauer Leiderbuch
Bonus tenor Leohardi, 58
Brevis summula proportionum quantum ad musicam pertinet, Beldemandis, 13
Buxheimer Orgelbuch, 149, 167. See also Manuscripts-Munich
Cancionero musical de la Colombina, 263. See also Manuscripts-Seville
Cancionero musical de Palacio, 263, 264. See also Manu Madrid
Canti B, numero cinquanta, ( Petrucci), 225, 269, 369
Canti C numero cento cinquanta. ( Petrucci), 225, 269
Canzoni nove con alcune scelte/de varii libri di canto, ( Antico), 270
Canzoni, Sonetti, Strambotti et, Frottole, Petrus Sambonettus, 225
Canzoni, Sonetti, Strambotti

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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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