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Mark Lindley on Dufay‘s tuning systems

As usual Christian Meyer used to hide jealously, whatever I post on his entries (see Dufay). So I have to post it a second time here so that we can share:

You might be also interested in Mark Lindley‘s contribution to the topic:

I am curious, if Meyer's edition confirms his ideas.

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Tags: Articles en-ligne, Dufay, Renaissance, Théorie musicale

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Comment by David Frederick Dahlgren on November 9, 2013 at 15:45

I am wondering if there is anything by Ed Lack in the literature on Dufay.


Comment by Oliver Gerlach on November 9, 2013 at 7:33

As far as this was adressed to Lindley (2004), you have to consult the Jahrbuch which has plenty partitions and facsimiles (see the author's description). The typoskript of 1980 has them all.

Comment by Michel Séné on November 9, 2013 at 4:15

Comme d'habitude,que du texte et jamais,jamais de partitions!


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