The Musical Culture Of The Low Countries In The Early Modern Period Was A Flourishing One, Apparent Beyond The Big Cathedrals And Monasteries, And Reaching Down To Smaller Parish Churches Unfortunately, Very Few Manuscripts Containing The Music Have Survived From The Period, And What We Know Rests To A Considerable Extent On Six Music Books Preserved From St Peter S Church, Leiden This Volume Presents A Study Of The Books, Putting Them Into A Wider Context, Looking At Their Contents Including Works By Such Composers As Josquin Des Prez And Clemens Non Papa , And Showing How They Were Used It Also Offers Insights Into The Laity S Involvement With Music And The Church At The Time
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- 304 pages
- Piety and Polyphony in Sixteenth-Century Holland
- Eric Jas
- 12 October 2018 Eric Jas