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Essays in musicology, in honor of Dragan Plamenac on his 70th birthday.

Author: Gustave Reese; Dragan Plamenac; Robert J Snow
Publisher: [Pittsburgh] : University of Pittsburgh Press, [1969]
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Additional Physical Format: Essays in musicology.
[Pittsburgh] : University of Pittsburgh Press, ©1969
(OCoLC)316797087
Online version:
Reese, Gustave, 1899-1977.
Essays in musicology.
[Pittsburgh] University of Pittsburgh Press [1969]
(OCoLC)639715998
Named Person: Dragan Plamenac
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Gustave Reese; Dragan Plamenac; Robert J Snow
ISBN: 0822910985 9780822910985
OCLC Number: 56095
Description: xiii, 391 pages : illustrations, facsimiles, music ; 24 cm
Contents: Josquin and 'La belle Tricotee" / Alan Curtis --
Jakob Zupan : the last master of the Slovenian Baroque / Dragotin Cvetko --
A group of English manuscript volumes at the University of Pittsburgh / Theodore M. Finney --
Repertorium der Quellen tschechischer Mehrstimmigkeit des 14. bis 16. Jahrhunderts / Kurt von Fischer --
Di una lauda nel codice pavese Aldini / Federico Ghisi --
Historical awareness in Anton Webern's Symphony, Op. 21 / Scott Goldthwaite --
Another Barbingant mass / Charles Hamm --
Fors seulement and the Cantus Firmus technique of the fifteenth century / Helen Hewitt --
The choir in fifteenth-century English music : non-mensural polyphony / Andrew Hughes --
Ockeghem à Notre-Dame de Paris (1463-1470) / François Lesure --
Ockeghem's Canon for thirty-six voices : an essay in music iconography / Edward Lowinsky --
Musical areas reconsidered / Bruno Nettl --
The duo texture of Mozart's K. 526 : an essay in classic instrumental style / William S. Newman --
Vincenzo Galilei's arrangements for voice and lute / Claud V. Palisca --
Early Venetian libretti at Los Angeles / Nino Pirrotta --
Text underlay in early fifteenth-century musical manuscripts / Gilbert Reaney --
An early seventeenth-century Italian lute manuscript at San Francisco / Gustave Reese --
Cherubini's Medee and the spirit of French Revolutionary opera / Alexander L. Ringer --
The mass-motet cycle : a mid-fifteenth-century experiment / Robert J. Snow --
New data about the Serbian chant / Dimitrije Stefanovic --
John Taverner / Denis Stevens --
The pre-English use of the term "virginal" / Milos M. Velimirovic --
Spanish musicians in sixteenth-century England / John Ward --
The nature and function of the sequence in Bruckner's symphonies / Eric Werner --
The publications of Dragan Plamenac / Thor Wood.
Responsibility: Edited by Gustave Reese and Robert J. Snow.

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