`Delectabatur in hoc auris': Some fourteenth-century perspectives on aural perception

September 1998
Musical Quarterly;Fall/Winter98, Vol. 82 Issue 3/4, p466
Academic Journal
Discusses theories on musical hearing and listening by musicians in the fourteenth century in France. Analysis of fourteenth-century French polyphony; Theories of musician Engelbert of Admont on the faculty of hearing; Musician Jacques of Liege's comments on listening; Perspectives of musician Johannes Boen on hearing.


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