Oracy, literacy, and the music of Adam de la Halle: the evidence of the manuscript Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale F.Fr.25566

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This study examines the thirteenth century Artesian trouvère Adam de la Halle in the manuscript Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale f.fr 25566 as it pertains to the oral/literate model for explaining characteristics of musical traditions. The fortuitous collaboration of a single scribe with a single composer on a musical collection encompassing a cross-section of thirteenth-century styles and idioms make this repertoire uniquely appropriate to a comparison of musical oracy and literacy.

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Keyser, Dorothy August 1996.

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This study examines the thirteenth century Artesian trouvère Adam de la Halle in the manuscript Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale f.fr 25566 as it pertains to the oral/literate model for explaining characteristics of musical traditions. The fortuitous collaboration of a single scribe with a single composer on a musical collection encompassing a cross-section of thirteenth-century styles and idioms make this repertoire uniquely appropriate to a comparison of musical oracy and literacy.

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Keyser, Dorothy. Oracy, literacy, and the music of Adam de la Halle: the evidence of the manuscript Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale F.Fr.25566, dissertation, August 1996; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc332454/: accessed August 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .