Music & Letters. A Quarterly Publication Volume 57

By: Arnold, Denis & Olleson, Edward

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NOS 1-4 with loosely inserted index. 462pp. Contents include: -The Concept of 'Aléa' in Boulez's 'Constellation-Miroir'; Sir Henry Fanshawe and Two Sets of Early Seventeenth Century Part-books at Christ Church, Oxford; Mozart and Freemasonry; Music and Metre: Browning's 'Pietro of Abano'; New Light on Songs by William Lawes and John Wilson. The Genesis of Bartok's Viola Concerto; The Rösler-Rosetti Problem; Gilbert Talbot, Seventh Earl Of Shrewsbury: an Elizabethan Courtier and his Music; Bach's C major Orchestral Suite. Joan Albert Ban and Mersenne's Musical Competition in 1640; Giovanni Antonio Rigatti and the Development of Venetian Church Music in the 1640s; The Rehabilitation of Metastasio; The Shakespeare Berlioz Saw. Edward J. Dent: A Centenary Tribute; Motive and Motif: Méhul before 1791; John Coprario's Five- and Six-part Pieces; The Growth of Padre Martini's Library; Sir Walter Scott, Robert Jamieson and the new 'Minstrelsy'; Unknown Gavottes by Brahms.

Title: Music & Letters. A Quarterly Publication Volume 57

Author Name: Arnold, Denis & Olleson, Edward

Categories: Schubert, Music & Letters,

Publisher: Oxford University Press: 1976

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good+

Seller ID: 11957

Keywords: Classical Music Pierre Boulez Mozart William Lawes John Wilson Bela Bartok Gilbert Talbot, Seventh Earl Of Shrewsbury Joan Albert Ban Marin Mersenne,