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

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Subject Index
Accidentals. See Notation- Accidentals
Alta. See Saltarello
Altadanza. See Saltarello
Alternatim, 108. See also Style-Alternatim
Antiphon
Festal, 275
Marian. See Motet- Devotional
Ritual. See Motet- Ritual
Votive. See Motet- Votive
Appoggiatura, 108
Augenmuzik, 205
Ballade, 152
Ballo, 73, 170
Barzeletta, 281
Bassadanza, 72f, 144f, 170, 171, 178, 265, 367
Bergerette, 176, 368
Blokwerk, 100, 108. See also Grand jeu, Werck, Hintersatz
Brustwerk (Borstwerk), 205
Burgundy, duchy of, 4, 125
Cadence
Double leading-tone, 26
IV-I, 27
Four-voice, 27
Modal, 26
One leading-tone, 27
Sixth-chord, 25
Cadences (Continued)
Under-third, 25
Cambiata, 109
Canon, 151, 343. See also Style-Canonic
Mensuration, 111
Canon (rule), 28, 32, 342
Canti carnacialeschi, 280. See also Performance practices-Canti carnascialeschi
Cantus firmus. See Techniques-Cantus firmus
Cantus fractus. See Techniques-Cantus fractus
Conzona a ballo, 289
Conzone, 283
Capitolo, 282
Cardinalis. See Notation- Fermata
Carol, polyphonic, 49, 66, 280
Chanson, 68, 175ff, 284. See also Performance practices-Chan son
Combinative, 160f, 205f
Quadlibet, 176f, 285
Forme fixe, 284f
Instrumental, 284
Chapels, court
Burgundian, 7
at Ferrara, 224
French, 7, 223
at Innsbruck, 223
Italian, 7
at Naples, 7
at Vienna, 223

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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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