Counterpoint and Compositional Process in the Time of Dufay

Counterpoint and Compositional Process in the Time of Dufay : Perspectives from German Musicology

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First Published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 430 pages
  • 138 x 216mm | 789g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • ROUTLEDGE
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 113896686X
  • 9781138966864

Table of contents

"Toward a Comprehensive View of Compositional Priorities in the Music of Dufay and His Contemporaries," Kevin N. Moll * "Dufay-Creator of Fauxbourdon," from Acta Musicologica, Heinrich Besseler * "Toward a History of the Genesis of Fauxbourdon," from Acta Musicologica, Rudolf von Ficker * Tonal Harmony and Full Sonority: A Reply to Rudolf von Ficker," from Acta Musicologica, Heinrich Besseler * Harmony in the Cantus-Firmus Compositions of the Fifteenth Century," from Archiv fÿr Musikwissenschaft, Bernhard Meier * The 'Tonal Discant' and 'Free Discant' Techniques of Composition in the Fifteenth Century," from Archiv fÿr Musikwissenschaft, Ernst Apfel * The Cantus-Firmus Question in the Fourteenth and Early Fifteenth Centuries," from Archiv fÿr Musikwissenschaft, Gÿnther Schmidt * The Origin of True Four-Voice Counterpoint in England," from Archiv fÿr Musikwissenschaft, Ernst Apfel"Four-Voice Counterpoint in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries," from Archiv fÿr Musikwissenschaft, Ernst Apfel * The Harmonic Structure of Late Medieval Music as a Foundation of Major-Minor Tonality," from Die Musikforschung, Ernst Apfel * Late Medieval Harmonic Structure and Major-Minor Tonality," from Die Musikforschung, Ernst Apfel * Tonality and Harmony in the French Chanson between Machaut and Dufay," from Archiv fÿr Musikwissenschaft, Wolfgang Marggraf * The Effect of Medieval English Polyphony upon the Development of Continental and Cantus-Firmus Techniques and Tonal Structure," from Archiv fÿr Musikwissenschaft, Ernest H. Sanders Index. Appendix. Bibliographyshow more