Report of the Eighth Congress: New York 1961 II

GEN. 205 29.2



-ARTHUR MENDEL, Evidence and explanation, pp. 3-18

-NANIE BRIDGAMN, Mécénat et Musique, pp. 19-30

-HELMUTH OSTHOFF, Der Durchbruch zum musikalischen Humanismus, pp. 31-39



-HIGINO ANGLÈS, Le Rythme dans la Monodie Lyrique Médiévale, pp. 41-47

-BRUNO STÄBLEIN, Modes of Underlaying a Text to Melismas : Trope, Sequence, and Other Forms, pp. 48-52

-KURT GUDEWILL, Origins and National Aspects of the Quodlibet, pp. 53-57

-GUSTAVE REESE, Awareness of Tonality in the Sixteenth Century, pp. 58-63

-MYROSLAW ANTONOWYTCH, The Present State of Josquin Research, pp. 64-66

-ANDRÉ VERCHALY, Verse Meter and Melodic Rhythm in the Age of Humanism, pp. 67-71

-JEAN JACQUOT, Lute Music, pp. 72-76

-ALLEN P. BRITTON, The Singing School Movement in the United States, pp. 77-79

-WILLIAM W. AUSTIN, Traditional Forms in New Musical Idioms, pp. 80-83

-EMANUEL WINTERNITZ, The Visual Arts as a Source for the Historian of Music, pp. 84-87

-ALBERT WELLEK, The Present State of Music Psychology and its Significance for Historical Musicology, pp. 88-92

-ERNST GLEN WEVER, The psychological Bases of Musical Hearing : Present state and Problems of Research, pp. 93-96

-KLAUS WACHSMANN, Criteria for Acculturation, pp. 97-100

-DENIS STEVENS, Problems of Editing and Publishing Old Music, pp. 101-104



-MARIUS SCHNEIDER, Origins of Western Polyphony, pp. 107-111

-KURT VON FISCHER, The Concept of the “New” in Music from the Ars nova to the Present Day, pp. 112-117

-KARL GUSTAV FELLERER, Relations between Religious and Secular Music in the 16th Century, pp. 119-121

-MARC PINCHERLE, Performance Practice in the 17th and 18th Centuries, pp. 122-126

-GEORG VON DADELSEN, Bach Problems, pp. 127-131

-HELMUTH HUCKE, The Neapolitan Tradition in Opera, pp. 132-134

-HANS ENGEL, Sources of the Classical Idiom, pp. 135-139

-ANNA AMALIE ABERT, Liszt, Wagner and the Relations between Music and Literature in the 19th Century, pp. 140-145

-FRANÇOIS LESURE, The Employement of Sociological Methods in Musical History, pp. 146-149

-LUIZ HEITOR CORREA DE AZEVEDO, The Cultivation of Various European Traditions in the Americas, pp. 150-152

-ANDRÉ SCHAEFFNER, The Contribution of Ethnomusicology to Historical Musicology, pp. 153-157

-HEINRICH HÜSCHEN, Past and Present Concepts of the Nature and Limits of Music, pp. 158-162

-HANS-PETER REINECKE, Musicology and the Phonograph Record, pp. 163-165

-GENEVIÈVE THIBAULT, GILBERT ORUGET, SOLANGE CORBIN, The Role of Improvised and Written Ornamentation in the Evolution of Musical Language, pp. 166-171