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Published by G. Henle in München .
Written in English


  • Music theory -- History -- 500-1400 -- Manuscripts -- Bibliography,
  • Music theory -- History -- 15th century -- Manuscripts -- Bibliography

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Other titlesTheory of music
StatementEdited by Joseph Smits van Waesberghe, with the collaboration of Peter Fischer and Christian Maas
SeriesInternational inventory of musical sources. [B -- III, 1-<3 >, International inventory of musical sources -- 3
ContributionsFischer, Pieter, Maas, Chris
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Open LibraryOL16649761M
LC Control Number62005034

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  The Theory of Music from the Carolingian Era up to Descriptive Catalogue of Manuscripts ML I6 ser.B III () (6 vols.) In ML may be found bibliographies dedicated to specific composers (which cite, among other literature, theoretical analyses of individual works).   Free Online Library: The Theory of Music, vol. 4, Manuscripts from the Carolingian Era up to c. in Great Britain and in the United States of America. by "Notes"; Library and information science Book reviews Books. Get this from a library! From the Carolingian era up to = descriptive catalogue of manuscripts: ed. by Joseph Smits van Waesberghe.. [Joseph Smits van Waesberghe; International Musicological Society.;] -- Betrifft die Handschriften Codd. 16 (f. 62r; 81vr), 36 (f. 25rv), A 50 (f. rv), B 56 (f. 2v-3r), A 91#, #1, (f. r) und (f. 46rv) der Burgerbibliothek.   Author of Gregorian chant and its place in the Catholic liturgy, Muziekgeschiedenis der middeleeuwen, A textbook of melody, Dia-pason =, The theory of music from the Carolingian era up to , De melodieën van Hendrik van Veldekes liederen, De musico-paedagogico et theoretico Guidone Aretino eiusque vita et moribus, Klokken en klokkengieten in de middeleeuwen.

The Medieval Period of music is the period from the years c to It is the longest “period” of music (it covers years!!) and runs right through from around the time of the fall of the Western Roman Empire to the beginning of the Renaissance. Here is an overview of several features of Medieval music that is good for you to have an understanding of. History of Europe - History of Europe - The Frankish ascendancy: In the late 5th and early 6th centuries, Clovis (c. –), the warrior-leader of one of the groups of peoples collectively known as the Franks, established a strong independent monarchy in what are now the northern part of France and the southwestern part of Belgium. He expanded into southern Gaul, driving the Visigoths. The Renaissance Era (about CE) saw a huge explosion in prolific sacred music composers, and the style sure did change! It was primarily polyphonic, with its simultaneous melodies. Carolingian dynasty (– CE), family of Frankish aristocrats and the dynasty that they established to rule western Europe. The family came to power as hereditary mayors of the palace of the kingdom of Austrasia. The dynastic name derives from the large number of .