The Voice of the Composer: Theory and Practice in the Works of Pietro Pontio, Volume 1

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The life, music, and theoretical writings of Pietro Pontio (1532-1596) yield considerable insight into questions of theory and practice in the late sixteenth century. The dissertation places Pontio within his musical and cultural milieu, and assesses his role as both theorist and composer. Volume Two presents an annotated works list for Pontio's compositions, transcriptions of archival documents used in the study, and transcriptions of representative musical compositions.

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xx, 427 leaves : ill.

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Murray, Russell Eugene December 1989.

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The life, music, and theoretical writings of Pietro Pontio (1532-1596) yield considerable insight into questions of theory and practice in the late sixteenth century. The dissertation places Pontio within his musical and cultural milieu, and assesses his role as both theorist and composer. Volume Two presents an annotated works list for Pontio's compositions, transcriptions of archival documents
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xx, 427 leaves : ill.

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The life, music, and theoretical writings of Pietro Pontio (1532-1596) yield considerable insight into questions of theory and practice in the late sixteenth century. The dissertation places Pontio within his musical and cultural milieu, and assesses his role as both theorist and composer. Volume Two presents an annotated works list for Pontio's compositions, transcriptions of archival documents used in the study, and transcriptions of representative musical compositions.

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Murray, Russell Eugene. The Voice of the Composer: Theory and Practice in the Works of Pietro Pontio, Volume 1, dissertation, December 1989; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc331433/: accessed July 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .