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  • Lewis Lockwood


In the conventional periodization of Western music history, a term denoting the era from about 1430 to about 1600; this period coincides with the later phases of the broad historical development in Western culture, society, art and technology (c1300–1600) for which the French term ‘Renaissance’ has been in use since Michelet (...

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