Early Medieval Music Up to 1300
Oxford University Press, Anselm Hughes, Jack Allan Westrup, Martin Cooper
Oxford University Press, 1954 - 434 páginas
Deals with the music from early Christian times to the end of the thirteenth century, embracing the change from monody to polyphony and from a free rhythm to rhythmic regularity, two of the revolutions in style which have determined the character of modern Western music.
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a MUSIC OF THE EASTERN CHURCHES BY EGON
AN ABYSSINIAN HYMN BOOK facing p
6 RUSSIAN CHANT BY ALFRED J SWAN Professor of Music
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