By Robert Stewart

this can be a tune thought textual content that offers a scientific method of polyphonic composition within the ecclesiastical variety of Palestrina. it truly is designed to be used in starting and intermediate point classes in modal counterpoint and is helping scholars increase a scientific and trustworthy way to examine person composers and stylistic tendencies of the Renaissance. It encompasses a finished number of Palestrina's works in addition to choices from Lassus. Tear-out routines can be utilized along with the text.

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