music of the seventeenth century by Parry, Charles Hubert, Sir

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Statementwith revisions and an introductory note by Edward J. Dent.
SeriesThe Oxford history of music -- 3.
ContributionsDent, Edward Joseph, 1876-1957
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LC ClassificationsML16009821973 .V.3
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Paginationxi, 486 p.
Number of Pages486
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Open LibraryOL21090291M
ISBN 100815404719
LC Control Number72-97073

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xi, pages music 22 cm. Contents: Antecedents --Links between the old art and the new --Diffusion of new principles --Signs of change in England --The influence of French taste --English music after the Commonwealth --Foundations of modern instrumental music --Tendencies of Italian art --The beginning of German music.

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