BINCHOIS STUDIES

GEN 205.118

 

  • HAGGH B., Binchois and Sacred Music at the Brugundian Court, pp. 11-25

 

  • GALLAGHER S., After Burgundy: Rethinking Binchois’s Years in Soignies, pp. 27-48

 

  • WELLER P., Rites of Passage: Nove cantum melodie, the Burgundian Court, and Binchois’s Early Career, pp. 49-83

 

  • WRIGHT P., Binchois and England: Some Questions of Style, Influence, and Attribution in his Sacred Works, pp. 87-118

 

  • KIRKMAN A., Binchois the Borrower, pp. 119-135

 

  • GOZZI M., Wiser’s Codices and the Absconditus Binchois, pp. 137-160

 

  • SLAVIN D., The Binchois Game: Style and Tonal Coherence in Some Songs from the Mid-Fifteenth Century, pp. 163-180

 

  • BAILEY J. A., LEE-DE AMICI B. A., Bridging the Medial Caesura: Th Wraparound Rondeau, pp. 181-198

 

  • FALLOWS D., Binchois and the Poets, pp. 199-219

 

  • NOSOW R., Binchois’s Songs in the Feo Belcari Manuscripts, pp. 221-248

 

  • BROTHERS T., Accidentals in Binchois’s Songs, pp. 251-275

 

  • BENT M., The Use of Cut Signatures in Sacred Music by Binchois, pp. 277-312

 

  • PERKINS L. L., Towards a Theory of Text-Music Relations in the Music of the Renaissance, pp. 313-329
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