La messe de Notre Dame: for 4 mandsstemmer

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Oxford University Press, Aug 2, 1990 - Music - 40 pages
for AATT unaccompanied
The Mass is a work of enormous historical important - one of the earliest polyphonic settings of the Mass Ordinary. It is a mature work of great craftsmanship, and one of the greatest achievements of any medieval composer.

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About the author (1990)

Daniel Leech-Wilkinson is a writer and broadcaster on medieval music. He is Reader in Historical Musicology at King's College, London and his previous books include studies and editions of the fourteenth-century poet and composer Guillaume de Machaut.

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