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|Genre/Form:||Criticism, interpretation, etc|
|Material Type:||Conference publication|
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|Notes:||Proceedings of the second Isham Conference, Isham Memorial Library, September 13-14, 1961.
The "Musical examples" (p.-255) include a number of complete vocal compositions from mss. or sixteenth-century printed sources, almost all of which appear here for the first time in a modern edition.
|Description:||266 pages ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||The genesis of a style: The Parisian chanson, 1500-1530 by H.M. Brown.--From frottola to madrigal: the changing pattern of secular Italian vocal music, by W.H. Rubsamen.--Les gouts réunis, or the words of the madrigal and chanson confronted, by D. Heartz.|
|Series Title:||Isham Library papers, 2|
|Responsibility:||edited by James Haar.|