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Interaction between polyphonic motets and monophonic songs in the thirteenth century

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Interactions between polyphonic motets and monophonic trouvère song in the long thirteenth century have been characterised in a number of different ways. Mark Everist and Gaël Saint-Cricq have focused on motets' use of textual and musical forms usually thought of as typical of song. Judith Peraino, on the other hand, has explored the influence of motets on a range of pieces found in manuscripts that mainly contain monophonic songs. This thesis re-examines motet-song interaction from first ...

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Music Faculty
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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2016-07-11

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