An urgently needed guide to understanding medieval music to be used as a text for the university undergraduate, graduate students in music and interdisciplinary medieval studies, and for the professional musicologist and medievalist. This book will also be appreciated by everyone interested in early music.
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Music was crucial to the learning process itself in the Middle Ages—and beyond. One learned basic concepts by doing them, and learned them well because music was "delicious" to the taste—a medieval insight that should be reclaimed.About the Author:
Nancy van Deusen is professor of music at The Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA.
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