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Gerbert d'Aurillac [Silvester II]locked

  • Michel Huglo


(b Aquitaine, c940; d May 12, 1003). Scholar and pope. His influence in the history of thought was such that the 10th century has been called the ‘century of Gerbert’. His importance for music lies in his comments on Boethius's De musica institutione...

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