The ten-volume "New Oxford History of Music" represents a complete survey of music from the earliest times until 1960. This volume presents an up-to-date picture of music from the fourth century AD to 1300. Beginning with Christian chant in the Mediterranean, the book continu es through Latin (Gregorian) chant, liturgical drama, medieval song, instrumental music and early polyphony down to the monumental organa composed at the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris in the 12th century.
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Number of pages: 816
Dimensions: 245 x 150 mm
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