Nine essays from a conference held in April 1999 at the University of New Hampshire explore the life, music, and times of 16th-century Antwerp composer and trombonist Susato. The topics include new insights into his career and musical contributions, performer and spy Hans Nagel in England and Flanders about 1490-1531, and music and the cultures ofAt one level, the letters demonstrate a routine haggling over price - but underlying the bargaining exchange we can make out ... above instruments), ten crumhorns, and motet books for six to eight voices, as well as damask and silk to be used as banners for the trumpets. ... but at much less risk to himself, as he did not have to be directly responsible for the costs of the materials nor of the production of theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Tielman Susato and the Music of His Time|
|Publisher||:||Pendragon Press - 2005-01-01|