Oral, Written, and Literate Process in the Transmission of Medieval MusicArticle author querytreitler l [Google Scholar]

Speculum 56 (3):471-491 (1981)
This paper is about ways of understanding how music was made and how it circulated in the European Middle Ages. My intent is theoretical: to pose the problem, sharpen the concepts, and identify the pertinent categories of evidence. I shall propose a broad historical view of the subject, not for its own sake, but to provide a perspective for the task of interpreting medieval documents. jQuery.click { event.preventDefault(); })
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DOI 10.2307/2847738
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