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Thomas B. Payne

music. He is often confused in some of the early literature with Philippe de Grève, a dean of Sens ( d 1220 ), who left no known writings. Works Editions The Montpellier Codex , i–viii, ed. H. Tischler, RRMMA, ii–vii (1978–85) [MC] Notre Dame and Related Conductus: Opera omnia , ed. G.A. Anderson (Henryville, PA, 1979–) [ND] The Earliest Motets (to circa 1270): a Complete Comparative Edition , ed. H. Tischler (New Haven, CT, 1982) [EM] Secular Medieval Latin Song: an Anthology , ed. B. Gillingham (Ottawa, 1993) [SM] Philip the Chancellor: Motets and

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corpus survives among the manuscripts from the basilica. Of his seven masses, only one, the Missa Dominicalis , was published during his lifetime. This appeared in a collection of six alternatim settings all based on the chant Kyrie orbis factor , and all by composers connected in some way or other with S Barbara and Mantua. Between them, these seven masses cover all the liturgical festal categories for which polyphonic masses are specified in the S Barbara Ceremoniale drawn up in 1583 . Of the various collections of hymns that were specially commissioned for S

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John Tyrrell

klášteře a městě Žďáru nad Sázavou od 13. do počátku 19. století’ [Music in the monastery and town of Žďar nad Sázavou from the 13th century to the beginning of the 19th], Dějiny Žďáru nad Sázavou , 3, ed. M. Zemek (Brno, 1974), 277–308 ‘Počátky opery na Moravě’ [The beginnings of opera in Moravia], O divadle na Moravě (Prague, 1974), 55–77 ‘Nové příspěvky k dějinám hudby na Moravě v 17. a 18. století’ [New contributions to the music history of Moravia in the 17th and 18th centuries], ČMm , 60 (1975), 159–80 ‘Písně Adama Michny z Otradovic (1600–1676)’ [Michna’s

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Mimi S. Daitz

overtly anti-Soviet choral works not performed in public. Despite this situation, he was commissioned in 1980 to write one of his major works, the ballet/cantata Eesti ballaadid . Although Tormis has written a well-crafted opera and various instrumental pieces (including film scores), his special voice is heard in his choral works. Almost all of these are based on ancient Estonian folksongs ( regi laulud ), either integrally or derivatively. The works may be divided into three categories: (1) those setting texts by 20th-century Estonian poets; (2) those using traditional

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Bernarr Rainbow and Charles Edward McGuire

had little sympathy, including women’s suffrage and the Salvation Army, used the notation. And other publishers, such as Novello, William Hamilton, George Gallie, Bayley & Ferguson, and Burns and Lambert, published Tonic Sol-fa scores in genres that the Curwen Press avoided, such as opera and operetta. (iii) Tonic Sol-fa after the Curwens (1916 to the present). No other charismatic leader took over the promotion of Tonic Sol-fa after Spencer Curwen’s death in 1916 . The rebukes by Macfarren, Stanford and others, as well as the failure of some of the more radical adherents

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Erkki Salmenhaara and Heikki Poroila

free of his influence. Hints of Impressionism and Expressionism are present in his symphonies, as is the imprint of Mahler. The Fifth Symphony by Melartin is perhaps his most masterly, the last movement combining all the work's main themes in a four-part fugue in a summary of the composer's polyphonic skills. His theosophical outlook is reflected in the opera Aino , which is built on post-Wagnerian leitmotifs. Works Stage 22 Prinsessa Ruusunen [Sleeping Beauty] (incid music, Z. Topelius, after J.L.C. and W.C. Grimm), 1904, unpubd;

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Laurence Libin, Arnold Myers, Barbara Lambert and Albert R. Rice

instrument families in all pitch ranges made it desirable to obtain complete consorts, adding new varieties as they became fashionable. Fulfilling aristocratic demands for instruments of utmost magnificence, makers produced art objects worthy of display in private musei and Wunderkammern ; an impression of these studios survives in the intarsias that lined Federigo da Montefeltro's studios at Urbino and Gubbio. By commissioning elegant instruments towns and churches joined the nobility and rich merchants in demonstrating prosperity and good taste. All these factors encouraged