Brill's Companions to the Musical Culture of Medieval and Early Modern Europe

Brill’s Companions to the Musical Culture of Medieval and Early Modern Europe is a peer reviewed series of research companion volumes providing high-level and up-to-date surveys of current research into all aspects of medieval and early modern musical culture in Europe, including composers, schools, genres, instruments, education, dance, musical manuscripts and early musical printing, and the musical cultures of given cities, chapels, religious orders and courts. Written by the foremost specialists in the respective fields, they offer balanced accounts along with an overview of the state of scholarship and a synthesis of debate, pointing the way for future research. The books are normally multi-author volumes, thoroughly planned out at an editorial level to ensure comprehensiveness and cohesion, maximising their value to the student and scholar.

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Readership

Aimed at students (advanced undergraduate, graduate) and scholars in medieval and early modern studies with an interest in musical cultures.

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