Machaut's "Messe de Notre Dame" stands as an enduring monument of medieval musical art. As such it is one of the most widely studied and performed works of music written before 1600. The Mass itself, however, is surrounded by uncertainty. Its date of composition is unknown, its purpose is unclear and its construction yields much ambiguity. Daniel Leech-Wilkinson has now prepared a modern performing edition of this work, and this companion volume defines his editorial methods in the context of the controversies surrounding the principles of editing music of this period, and indeed of the many different interpretations of the compositional structure and function of the music.
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