The Journal of Seventeenth-Century Music (JSCM) is published
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forum for scholarly studies of the musical cultures of the seventeenth century.
These include historical and archival studies, performance practice, music
theory, aesthetics, dance and theater. The JSCM also publishes critical
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VOLUME 6 (2000) NUMBER 1
The Patronage of Sacred Music in Seventeenth-Century Italy
A Special Issue Dedicated to the Memory of Jean Lionnet
Jeffrey G. Kurtzman, editor.
Table of Contents
JEFFREY G. KURTZMAN, Preface
- NOEL O'REGAN, Asprilio Pacelli, Ludovico
da Viadana and the Origins of the Roman Concerto Ecclesiastico
- ROBERT R. HOLZER, Response to Noel O'Regan
- EDMOND STRAINCHAMPS, Marco da
Gagliano in 1608: Choices, Decisions, and Consequences
- SUSAN PARISI, Response to Edmond Strainchamps
- KIMBERLYN MONTFORD, LAnno
santo and Female Monastic Churches: The Politics, Business and Music
of the Holy Year in Rome (1675)
- ROBERT KENDRICK, Response to Kimberlyn
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