1 edition of The beginnings of harmony in the works of Dufay and his predecessors found in the catalog.
Written in English
Thesis (M.A.)--Boston University, 1941.
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Publication The earliest attempts at harmony of which there are any examples or any description, was the Diaphony or Organum which is described by Hucbald, a Flemish monk of the tenth century, in a book called 'Enchiridion Musicæ.' These consist for the most part of His three-part text, De diversis artibus (On diverse arts), written aroundgives a detailed description of "The Art of the Painter," "The Art of the Worker in Glass," and, obviously his personal favorite, claiming two-thirds of the entire book, "The Art of the Metalworker." He describes the appearance of the workshop, how to work at the Dufay owed his rich sound to harmonic techniques brought from England by his contemporary John Dunstable.
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