Mensuration and proportion signs : origins and evolution
Anna Maria Busse Berger
In the fourteenth century composers and theorists invented mensuration and proportion signs that allowed them increased flexibility and precision in notating a wide range of rhythmic and metric relationships. The origin and interpretation of these signs is one of the least understood and most comple...
|Series:||Oxford monographs on music|
|Physical Description:||xi,271 p. ; 24 cm.|
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