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Treasures of the golden age; essays in honor of Robert M. Stevenson.


Treasures of the golden age; essays in honor of Robert M. Stevenson.

Ed. by Michael B. O'Connor and Walter Aaron Clark.

Pendragon Press


330 pages



Festschrift series; no.27


Scholars of early modern Iberian music honor Stevenson, a stalwart in the field, with 15 essays on Iberian cathedral music, the unexpected and reassessed, and foreign influences and intersections. Among the topics are the University of Sydney Fisher Rare Book additional manuscript 327, the Cantum ecclesiasticum of Filipe de Magalhaes, Tomas Luis de Victoria's Marian antiphon settings, Judith's Song: creating the warrior priestess, and Luys de Narvaez and the intabulation tradition of Josquin's Mille regretz.

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Title Annotation:Festschrift series, no. 27
Publication:Reference & Research Book News
Article Type:Book review
Date:Dec 1, 2012
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