French music in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries
New York, Praeger Publishers, 1975
(24 cm), xiii (1), 312 pp. Publisher’s boards, dust jacket. - The author is especially concerned with the place of music in extra-musical contexts, i.e. when music accompanied some other cultural or social activity, such as processions, hunting, and military operations. Chapters are devoted to book production, theoretical and practical music manuals. ¶ Excellent, unmarked copy.