Mode and Polyphony around 1500: THEORY AND PRACTICE

Bergquist, Peter
January 1967
Columbia University Press Music Forum Volume One;1967, p99
The article offers information on music and polyphony around 1500. It states that esthetic, ethical and philosophical aspects of music were of great importance in their own right, however, it doesn't contributes to an understanding of structure. It mentions that the aspects of Renaissance theory are directly concerned with tonal structure.


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