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Page, Christopher, Discarding Images: Reflections on Music and Culture in Medieval France, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1993

Page, Christopher, The Owl and the Nightingale: Musical Life and Ideas in France 1100-1300, Berkeley: University of California, 1989

Palisca, Claude, ed., Hucbald, Guido, and John on Music: Three Medieval Treatises, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1978

Perl, C. J., "Augustine and Music," Music Quarterly, xli, 1955

Perrot, J., The Organ from Its Invention in the Hellenistic Period to the End of the Thirteenth Century, London, 1971

Pirro, A., La musique à Paris sous le règne de Charles VI, Strasbourg, 1930

Pirrotta, Nino, "Back to Ars Nova Themes," Music and Context: Essays for John Ward, Cambridge, 1985, 166-179 [14th c Italian music and society]

Pirrotta, Nino, "Rhapsodic Elements in North-Italian Polyphony of the 14th Century," Musica Disciplina, 37, 1983, 83-99 {read}

Pirrotta, Nino, The Music of Fourteenth-Century Italy, X vols., Rome?, 1954-

Poirion, Daniel, Le pote et le prince: L'évolution du lyrisme courtois de Guillaume de Machaut, Paris: Charles d'Orléans, 1965

Polk, Keith, "Ensemble Performance in Dufay's Time," Papers Read at the Dufay Quincentenary Conference, ed. A. Atlas, Brooklyn: 1976, 64-71.

Polk, Keith, "Municipal Wind Music in Flanders in the Late Middle Ages," Brass and Woodwind Quarterly, 2, 1-2, 1969

Pope, Isabel, "King David and His Musicians in Spanish Romanesque Sculptures," in Aspects of Medieval and Renaissance Music, ed. Jan LaRue, New York, 1966, 6XX-7XX

Rahner, Hugo Greek Myths and Christian Mystery, London: Burns and Oates, 1963, 328-386 [sirens in medieval allegory]

Rastall, Richard, "Secular Musicians in Late Medieval England," PhD, University of Manchester, 1968

Rastall, Richard, "Some English Consort Groupings of the Late Middle Ages," Music and Letters, 55, 2, 1974, 187ff

Reaney, G., "Machaut's Influence on Late Medieval Music," The Monthly Music Record, 88, 1958,

Reaney, G., "Text Underlay in Early Fifteenth-Century Musical Manuscripts," Essays in Musicology in Honor of Dragan Plamenac, ed. G. Reese and R. J. Snow, Pittsburgh, 1969, 249-251

Reaney, G., "The Manuscript Chantilly, Musée Condé 1047," MD, 8, 1954, 76

Reaney, G., "Voices and Instruments in the Music of Guillaume da Machaut," Revue Belge de Musicologie, 10, 1956,

Reiss, J., "Pauli Paulirini de Praga Tractatus de Musica," Zeitschrift für Musikwissenschaft, 7, 1925, 259-264

Reynolds, Christopher, Papal Patonage and Music in St. Peters, 1380-1513, Berkeley: Un of Ca, 1993

Robertson, D.W., A Preface to Chaucer, 114-137

Rokseth, Yvonne, Polyphonies du XIIIe siècle, Paris, 4 vols., 1935-1948, 4., 46-48, on 13th c. texts praising singers for their high voices

Rosketh, Yvonne, "Une Source peu etudiée d'iconographie musicale," Revue de Musicologie, XIV, 1933, 74ff [music in the Apocalypse in medieval art]

Schaik, Martin van, "The Cymbala in Psalm 80 Initials: A Symbolic Interpretation," Imago Musicae, 5, 1988, 23-40

Schaik, Martin van, The Harp in the Middle Ages, 1992

Schrade, L., "Music in the Philosophy of Boethius," Musical Quarterly, 33, 1947, 188-200

Scilia, Charles, "Meaning and the Cluny Capitals: Music as Metaphor," Gesta, 27, 1/2, 1988, 133-148

Scott, Kathleen, "Sow-and Bagpipe Imagery in the Miller's Portrait," Review of English Studies, 18, 1967, 287-290

Sebesta, Judith, Carmina Burana: A Fascinating Look at Music in the Middle Ages, Wauconda: Bolchazy-Carducci, 1992?

Seebass, Tilman, "The Visualization of Music Through Pictorial Imagery and Notation in Late Medieval France," Studies in the Performance of Late Medieval Music, ed. Stanley Boorman, Cambridge University Press, 1983, 19-34

Seebass, Tilman, Musikdarstellung und Psalterillustration im früheren Mittelalter, 2 vols., Bern: Francke Verlag, 1973

Setlak-Garrison, Hélène, "Reinterpreting the Capital of the Fourth Tone at St. Lazare, Autun," Early Music, 15, 1987, 365-376 [King David]

Spitzer, L., Classical and Christian Ideas of World Harmony, Baltimore, 1963,

Stäblein-Harder, Hanna, Fourteenth Century Mass Music in France, Rome, 1962

Steger, Hugo, David Rex et Propheta: König David als Vorbildliche Verkörperung des Herrschers und Dichters im Mittelalters, Nuremberg: H. Carl, 1961

Steger, Hugo, Philologia Musica: Sprachzeichen, Bild und Sache im literarisch-musikalischen Leben des Mittelalters, Munich: W. Fink, 1971

Steinle, Eric M, "Versions of Authority in the Roman de le Rose...," Mediaevalia, 13, 1987 or 1989, 189-203 [Orpheus]

Stephanz, David, "History at the Margins: Bagpipers in Medieval Manuscripts," History Today, 39, Aug. 1989, 42-48

Stevens, John, "The 'Music' of the Lyric: Machaut, Deschamps, Chaucer; J. A. W. Bennett Memorial Lect., Perugia, 1982-1983," in Piero Boitani and Anna Torti, eds., Medieval and Pseudo-Medieval Literature. Tübingen; Cambridge: Narr; Brewer, 1984; 1984. 109-129

Stewart. M., "Unfamiliar Sources - or Cooking with Music," Early Music, 2/3, July 1974, 157-159

Strunk, Oliver, Source Readings in Music History: Antiquity and the Middle Ages, New York, 1965

Tischler, H., The Earliest Motets: A Complete Comparative Edition, 3 vols., Yale, 1982 [13th c. motets]

Varty, Kenneth, "Deschamps' 'Art de dictier'," French Studies, 19, 1965, 164-168

Waesberghe, J. Smits van, Cymbala, Rome: American Institute of Musicology, 1951

Waesberghe, J. Smits van, Musikgeshichte in Bildern, Bd. 3, Musik des Mittelalters und der Renaissance, Leipzig: 1969,

Werf, Henrdik van de, authority on poetry and music

White, A., "Boethius in the Medieval Quadrivium", in Boethius: His Life, Thought, and Influence, ed. Margaret Gibson, Oxford, 1981, 162-205

Wilkins, Nigel, "A Pattern of Patronage: Machaut, Froissart and the Houses of Luxembourg and Bohemia in the Fourteenth Century," French Studies, 37, 3, 1983, 257-284

Wilkins, Nigel, "Music and Poetry at Court: England and France in the Late Middle Ages," in V. J. Scattergood, J. W. Sherborne, and J. A. Burrow, eds., English Court Culture in the Later Middle Ages, New York: St. Martin's, 1983, 183-204

Wilkins, Nigel, ed. One Hundred Ballades, Rondeaux, and Virelais from the Late Middle Ages, Cambridge, 1969

Wilkins, Nigel, Music in the Age of Chaucer, Cambridge, Eng., 1979

Williams, Sarah Jane, "The Lady, the Lyrics and the Letters," Early Music, 5, 1977, 462-468 [Machaut's "Voir dit"]

Williams, Sarah Jane, "Vocal Scoring in the Chansons of Machaut," Journal of the American Musicological Society, 21, 1968,

Williamson, Magnus, The Musician in Medieval England, Sutton Publishing, 1998

Wimsatt, James, Chaucer and His French Contemporaries: Natural Music in the Fourteenth Century, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1992

Winternitz, Emanuel, "Bagpipes for the Lord," Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, June, 1958, 278-286

Winternitz, Emanuel, "Secular Musical Practice in Sacred Art," Early Music, 3, 1975, 221-226

Wright, Dorena Allen,. "From Sir Orfeo to King Orpheus," Parergon, 27, 1980, 9-11 [med and ren]

Wright, Dorena, "Henryson's 'Orpheus' and Eurydice and the Tradition of the Muses," Medium Aevum, 40, 1971, 41-47

Young, Karl, "The 'Dit de la harpe' of Guillaume de Machaut," Essays in Honor of Albert Feuillerat, New Haven: 1943, 1-20

Zaerr, Linda, "The Tournament of Tottenham: Music as Enhancement of the Prosody," Fifteenth-Century Studies, 16, 1990, 239-252

Zumthor, Paul, articles in NLH, 10, Winter 1979, 231-63; 12, Spr 1981, 493-508


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15TH* & 16TH CENTURIES [Renaissance]


Anonymous, The Praise of Musicke, Oxenford, 1586 (longest and most exhaustive defense of music in 16th-century England; other tracts in Austern, 1989, 423)

Arieti, James, "The Machiavellian Chiron: Appearance and Reality in 'The Prince'," Clio, 24, 4, 1995, 381-397

Austern, Linda, "'Alluring the auditorie to effeminacie': Music and the Idea of the Feminine in Early Modern England," Music and Letters, 74, 3, 1993, 343-354

Austern, Linda, "'Sing againe Syren': The Female Musician and Sexual Enchantment in Elizabethan Life and Literature," Renaissance Quarterly, 42, 1989, 420-448

Austern, Linda, "Sweet Meats with Sour Sauce: The Genesis of Musical Irony in English Renaissance Drama After 1600," Journal of Musicology, 4, 1985-6, 472-490

Bagley, Ayers, "Chiron the Educator," in Alison Adams, ed., Emblems in Glasgow, Glasgow: Univ. of Glasgow, 1992, 1-24

Bain, Susan, "Music Printing in the Low Countries in the Sixteenth Century, Ph.D., Cambridge, 1974

Barnard, Mary, "Garcilaso's Poetics of Subversion and the Orpheus Tapestry," PMLA, 102, 1987, 316-325

Baskins, Cristelle, "Typology, Sexuality and the Renaissance Esther," in Sexuality and Gender in early Modern Europe, ed. James Turner, Cambridge Un Press, 1993, 31-54

Baskins, Cristelle,

Baskins, Cristelle, book on gender and Renaissance cassone, Cambridge Un Press, 2000

Becherini, B., "Il 'Cortegiano' e la musica," La Bibliofilia, 45, 1943, 84-96 [Castiglione]

Bjurström, Per, "Etienne Delaune and the Academy of Poetry and Music," Musica Disciplina, ??, 4, 1996, 351-364

Blazekovic, Zdravko, "Music in Medieval and Renaissance Astrological Imagery," Ph.D., City University of New York, 1991?

Borthwick, E. K., "The Riddle of the Tortoise and the Lyre," Music and Letters, 51, 1970, 373-387 [early modern riddles about Mercury's invention of the lyre from a tortoise]

Bowers, Jane, "The Emergence of Women Composers in Italy, 1566-1700," in Jane Bowers and Judith Ticks, eds., Women Making Music: The Western Art Tradition 1150-1950, Champaigne and Chicago: 1987, 116-162

Bowles, Edmund, Musical Ensembles in Festival Books, 1500-1800: An Iconographic and Documentary Survey, Ann Arbor, 1989

Boyd, Morrison, Elizabethan Music and Music Criticism, 2nd ed., Philadelphia, 1966,

Brobeck, John, "Musical Patronage in the Royal Chapel of France under Francis I," JAMS, 48, 2, 1995, 187-239

Brooks, Jeannice, "Catherine de Médicis, Nouvelle Artémise: Women's Laments and the Virtue of Grief," Early Music, 27, August 1999, 419-435

Brooks, Jeanice, "Italy, the Ancient World and the French Musical Inheritance in the Sixteenth Century: Arcadelt and Clereau in the Service of the Guises," Journal of the Royal Musical Association, 121, 1996, 147-190

Brooks, Jeanice, "Jean de Castro, the Pense Partbooks and Musical Culture in Sixteenth-Century Lyons," Early Music History, 11, 1992, 91-149

Brooks, Jeanice, "Manuscripts of Jean de Castro in the Parisian Library of Justienne Pense," Revue Belge de Musicologie, 50, 1996, 25-34

Brooks, Jeanice Courtly Song in Late Sixteenth-Century France, Chicago: Univ. of Chicago, 2000 ($80.00)

Brooks, Nigel George, "The Triumph of Orpheus: Monarchy and Culture in Tudor and Stuart Entries and Entertainments," PhD thesis, 1983

Brown, Howard, "Choral Music in the Renaissance," Early Music, 6, 1978, 164-

Brown, Howard, "Emulation, Competition, and Homage: Imitation and Theories of Imitation in the Renaissance," Journal of the American Musicological Society, 35, Spring, 1982, 1-48

Brown, Howard, "Guillaume Dufay and the Early Renaissance," Early Music, 2, 1974, 219-233

Brown, Howard, "The Madrigalian and the Formulaic in Andrea Gabrieli's Pastoral Magridals," in John Dixon Hunt, ed., The Pastoral Landscape, Washington: National Gallery, 1992, 89-109

Brown, Howard, "Women Singers and Women's Songs in 15th-Century Italy," in Jane Bowers and Judith Ticks, eds., Women Making Music: The Western Art Tradition 1150-1950, Champaigne and Chicago: 1987, 62-89

Brown, Howard, Music in the French Secular Theater, 1400-1550, Cambridge, 1963

Brown, Howard, Music in the Renaissance, Prentice-Hall, 1975?

Brown, James N., "The Bryttane Orpheus: The Orpheus Myth in the Poetry of Edmund Spenser," Ph.D. thesis, 1974

Bullard, Beth, "Musical Instruments of the Early Sixteenth Century: A Translation and Historical Study of Sebastian Virdung's 'Musica Getutscht' (Basel, 1511)," Ph.D., Univ. of Penn, 1987

Buszin, Walter, "Luther on Music,' Musical Quarterly, 32, 1946, 80-97

Cain, Thomas, "Spenser and the Renaissance Orpheus," University of Toronto Quarterly, 41, 1971, 24-47

Carpenter, N. C. Rabelais and Music, Chapel Hill, 1954

Carpenter, N. C., Music in the Medieval and Renaissance Universities, Norman, 1958

Carpenter, Nan, ""Spenser and Timotheus," PMLA, 7, 1956, 1141-1151 [on widespread circulation of legend of Tomotheus, whose music inflamed and soothed human passions]

Cazeaux, I., French Music in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries, Oxford, 1975

Chan, Mary, Music in the Theater of Ben Jonson, Oxford, 1980

Cheney, Liana, "Vasari's Pictorial Musing on the Muse: The Chamber of Apollo of the Casa Vasari," Studies in Iconogreaphy, 15, 1993, 135-176

Cochrane, Kirsty, "Orpheus Applied: Some Instances of His Importance in the Humanist View of Language," Review of English Studies, 19, 1968, 1-13

Connolly, Thomas, Mourning into Joy: Music, Raphael and Saint Cecilia, New Haven: Yale, 1995 [also see Mossakowski, Mirimonde]

Costa, Gustavo, "Giovanni Pontano and the Orpheus Myth: Poetry and Magic in the Age of Humanism," Revista di Studi Italiani, 4, 1986, 1-17 [Toronto publication]

Cumming, Julie, "Concord out of Discord: Occasional Motets of the Early Quattrocento," PhD, Berkeley, 1987 [RILM 87.9657] polyphonic motet as image of good government in late medieval politics and music. discordia concors]

Cumming, Julie, "Music for the Doge in Early Renaissance Venice," Speculum, 67, Apr. 1992, 324-364

Cummings, Anthony M., The Politicized Muse: Music for Medici Festivals, 1512-1537, Princeton: Princeton Univ. Press, 1992

Cunningham, David, "Musical Notation in Netherlandish Painting of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries," Ph.D., Ohio State University, 1978,

Cuyler, Louise, The Emperor Maximilian and Music, London, Oxford University Press, 1973

Danner, P., "Before Petrucci: The Lute in the Fifteenth Century," Journal of the Lute Society of America, 5, 1972, 4-17

Davis, Betty J., "The Harp, the Lyre, and the Lute in Du Bellay's Les Antiquitez de Rome," Literary Onomastics Studies, 1987, 14, 151-167.

De Rachewiltz, Siegfried Walter. De sirenibus: An Inquiry into Sirens from Homer to Shakespeare. Ann Arbor: UMI Press, 1989.

De Tolnay, Charles, "The Music of the Universe," Journal of the Walters Art Gallery, VI, 82-104 [on replacement of Orpheus as cosmic musician by King David and his appearance in a painting of the Annunciation by Lorenzo Ricci]

Dersofi, Nancy, "The Paradox of Snaturalite: in a Mondo Roesso" Yearbook of Italian Studies, 1971, 142-155 [nature's cosmic music in Ruzzante]

Dobbins, Frank, Music in Renaissance Lyons, Oxford, 1992

Doran, Madeleine, "The Macbeth Music," Shakespeare Studies, 16, 1983, 153-173

Egan, Patricia, "Concert Scenes in Musical Paintings of the Italian Renaissance," Journal of the American Musicological Society, 14, 1961, 184-195

Einstein, Alfred, The Italian Madrigal, Princeton, 1949, 1971

Elders, Willem, "Guillaume Dufay as Musical Orator," Tijdschrift van de Vereniging voor Nederlandse Muziekgeschiedenis, 31, 1981, 1-15

Elders, Willem, Composers of the Low Countries, Oxford and New York: Clarendon Press, 1991

Elias, Cathy, "Musical Performance in Sixteenth-century Italian Literature: Straparola's 'Le piacevoli notti'," Early Music, 17, May 1989, 161-173

Feldman, Martha, City Culture and the Madrigal at Venice, 1995

Feldman, Martha, “Music and the Order of the Passions,” in Richard Meyer, ed., Representing the Passions, Getty Researrch Institute, 2003

Feldman, Martha, Opera and Sovereignty, 1759-1797, forthcoming

Feldman, Martha, "The Academy of Domenico Venier, Music's Literary Muse in Mid-Cinquecento Venice," Renaissance Quarterly, 44, 3, 1991, 476-512

Fellerer, K. G., "Church Music and the Council of Trent," Musical Quarterly, 39, 1953,

Fenlon, Ian, "Music in Italian Renaissance Paintings," in Tess Knighton and David Fallows, eds., Companion to Medieval and Renaissance Music, New York: Schirmer Books, 1992, 189-209

Fenlon, Ian, ed., Music in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, Cambridge, 1981, 227-248 ???

Finney, Gretchen Ludke, Musical Backgrounds for English Literature, 1580-1650, Westport: Greenwood Press, 1962

Finney, Gretchen, "Ecstasy and Music in 17th-Century England,"Journal of the History of Ideas, 8, 1947, 153-186

Fleinghaus, Helmut, "Die Musikanschauung des Erasmus von Rotterdam," Ph.D., Cologne, 19XX

Forney, Kristine, "Music, Ritual and Patronage at the Church of Our Lady, Antwerp," Early Music History, 7, 1987, 1-51

Forney, Kristine, "New Documents on the Life of Tielman Susato, Sixteenth-Century Music Printer and Musician," Revue Belge de Musicologie, 36-38, 1982-84, 18-52

Forney, Kristine, "Orlando di Lasso's 'Opus 1': The Making and Marketing of a Renaissance Music Book," Revue Belge de Musicologie, 39-40, 1985-86, 33-60

Forney, Kristine, Tielman Susato: Sixteenth Century Music Printer, Ph.D., University of Kentucky, UMI, 1987

Friedman, Lawrence, "Words into Power: Renaissance Expression and Thomas Campion," English Studies, 69, April, 1988, 130-145

Garrard, Mary, "Here's Looking at Me: Sophonisba Anguissola and the Problem of the Women Artist," Renaissance Quarterly, 47, 3, 1994, esp. 556-622 pp. 589-597

Glareanus, Heinrich, Dodecachordon, Basel, 1547, trans. C. A. Miller, Musicological Studies and Documents, 6, Rome: American Institute of Musicology, 1965

Godt, Irving, "Ercole's Angel Concert," Journal of Musicology, 7, 1989, 327-342

Gore, G. L., The Works of Philippe Basiron, Diss. West Virginia University, 1978

Gros-Louis, Kenneth, "The Triumph and Death of Orpheus in the English Renaissance," SEL: Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, 9, 1969, 63-80

Haar, James, "Astral Music in Seventeenth-Century Nuremberg: The Tugendsterne of Harsdörffer and Staden," Musica Disciplina, 16, 1962, 175-189

Haar, James, "Music of the Renaissance as Viewed by the Romantics," Music and Context: Essays for John Ward, Cambridge, 1985, 126-144

Haar, James, "Musica mundana: Variations on a Pythagorean Theme," Ph.D., Harvard, 1960

Haar, James, "On Musical Games in the Sixteenth Century," Journal of the American Musicological Society, XV, 1962, 22-34

Haar, James, "Pace non trovo: A Study in Literary and Musical Parody," Musica Disciplina, XX, 1966, 95-150, esp. 122

Haar, James, "Pythagorean Harmony of the Universe," Dictionary of the History of Ideas, New York: Scribners, 1973, vol. 4, 38-42

Haar, James, "The Courtier as Musician: Castiglione's View of Science, Art, and Music," in R. W. Henning and David Rosand, eds., Castiglione: The Idea and Real in Renaissance Culture, New Haven, 1983,

Haar, James, "The Frontispiece of Gafori's 'Practica musicae (1496)," Renaissance Quarterly, 27, 1974, 7-22

Haar, James, Essays on Italian Poetry and Music in the Renaissance, 1350-1600, Berkeley and London, 1986

Haggh, Barbara, "Music, Liturgy, and Ceremony in Brussels: 1350-1500," Ph.D., Univ. of Illinois, 1988

Harran, Don, “Guido Casoni on Love as Music: A Theme ‘for All Ages and Studies’,” Renaissance Quarterly, LIV, 3, 2001, 883-913

Harran, Don, "Towards a Definition of the Early Secular Dialogue," Music and Letters, 51, 1970, 37

Harran, Don, "The Sack of Rome Set to Music," Renaissance Quarterly, 23, 1970, 412

Harran, Don, "Verse Types in the Early Madrigal," JAMS 22, 1969, 27

Harran, Doug, "Elegance as a Concept in Sixteenth-Century Music Criticism," Renaissance Quarterly, 41, 1988, 413-438

Heartz, Daniel, "'Au pres de vous' - Claudin's Chanson and the Commerce of Publisher's Arrangements," Journal of the American Musicological Society, 24, 1971

Heartz, Daniel, "'Au pres de vous': Claudin's Chanson and the Commerce of Publisher's Arrangements," JAMS, 24, 1971, 214-222

Heartz, Daniel, "An Elizabethan Tudor for the Guitar," Galpin Society Joaurnal, 16, 1963, 3-21

Heartz, Daniel, "Mary Magdalen, Lutenist," Journal of the Lute Society of America, 5, 1972 [early 16th c. Flemish half-length paintings of Magdalen]

Heartz, Daniel, "Parisian Music Publishing Under Henri II: A Propos of Four Recently Discovered Guitar Books," Musical Quarterly, 46, 4, 1960, 448-467

Henderson, W. J., Some Forerunners of Italian Opera, New York: Holt and Co, 1911 [Poliziano etc]

Heninger, S. K., Touches of Sweet Harmony: Pythagorean Cosmology and Renaisssance Poetics, San Marino, 1974

Henning, B. Russano, "Glorious Apollo: Poetic and Political Themes in the First Opera," Renaissance Quarterly, 32, 1979, 485-513

Henning, Uta, Musica Maximiliana: die Musikgraphiken in den bibliophilen Unternehmungen Kaiser Maximilians I, Neu-Ulm: Stegmiller, 1987 [with Eng summary]

Higgins, Paula, "Antoine Busnois and Musical Culture in Late Fifteenth-Century France and Burgundy," Ph.D., Princeton, 1987 [Higgins is now in Durham, NC]

Higgins, Paula, "Music and Musicians at the Sainte-Chapelle of the Bourges Palace, 1405-1515," Atti del XIV Congresso della Societa Internazionale di Musicologia, Bologna, 1987, Turin, 1990, 689-701

Hollander, John, The Untuning of the Sky: Ideas of Music in English Poetry, 1500-1700, Princeton, 1961

Hutton, James, "Some English Poems in Praise of Music," English Miscellany, 2, 1951, 1-63 [on the "praise of music" as a literary topic in early modern literature and in classical antecedents]

Iannucci, Amilcare, ""Casella's Song and the Tuning of the Soil," Thought, 65, March, 1990, 27-46

Ingman, Heather, "Machiavelli and the Interpretation of the Chiron Myth in France," Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, 45, 1982, 217-225

Istel, Edgar, "Music in 'Don Quixote'," Musical Quarterly, 1927, 434-450

Jeffrey, Brian, "The Idea of Music in Ronsard's Poetry," in Terence Cave, ed., Ronsard the Poet, London: Methuen & Co., 1973, 209-240

Jensen, Richard, "Birdsong and the Imitation of Birdsong in the Music of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance," Current Musicology, 40, 1985, 50-65

Joldersma, Hermina, "Popular Song-Books in the Sixteenth-Century Lowlands," in Margriet Lacy, ed., The Low Countries: Multidisciplinary ..., Lanham: University Press of America, 1990, 247-255, esp. p. 252

Kiang, Dawson, "Bramante's Heraclitus and Democritus: The Frieze," Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte, 51, 2, 1988, 262-268

King, Alan, "Morality and Music: A Study of a Flemish Transformation Scene of the Later 16th Century," Early Music, 16, 4, 1988, 553-557 [1580s images of 'Mankind Before Flood"] Bruegel

Knighton, Tess and David Fallows (see MEDIEVAL)

Knighton, Tess and David Fallows, eds., Companion to Medieval and Renaissance Music, Berkeley, 1997 [428 pp.]

Kushner, Eva, "Musique et sens chez Pontus de Tyard," in Nichole Cazauran, ed., Musique et humanisme à la Renaissance, Paris, 1993, 107-117

Leclerc, Helene, "Du mythe platonicien aux fetes de la renaissance", Revue d'Histoire du Theatre, 1959, II, 107/171. (sections on musical cosmos w. citations from Plato and Ficino).

Lesure, R., Musique et musiciens français du xvie siècle, Geneva, 1976

Lowinsky, E., Secret Chromatic Art in the Netherlands, New York, 1946

Lowinsky, Edward, "The Goddess Fortuna in Music," Musical Quarterly, 29, 1943, 45-47

Macey, Patrick, "Savoronorola and the Sixteenth-Century Motet," Journal of the American Musicological Society, 36, Fall, 1983, 422-452

MacNeil, Anne, "The Divine Madness of Isabella Andreini," Journal of the Royal Musical Association," 120, 1995, 195-215 [in the 1589 comedy 'La pazzia d'Isabella"]

MacNeil, Anne, "Weeping at the Water's Edge," Early Music, 27, August 1999, 407-417

MacQueen, John, "Neoplatonism and Orphism in 15th Century Scotland: The Evidence of Henryson's 'New Orpheus,'" Scottish Studies, 20, 1976, 69-89

Marix, J., Les musiciens de la cour de Bourgogne au XVe siècle (1420-1467), Paris, 1937

Marotta, Joseph, "Amphion: The Hero as Rhetorician," Centerpoint, 2, 2, 1977, 63-71

Mather, Christine, "Maximilian I and His Instruments," Early Music, 3, 1975, 42-46

McGeary, Thomas, "Harpsichord Decoration - A Reflection of Renaissance Ideas About Music," Explorations in Renaissance Culture, 6, 1980, 1-27

McGeary, Thomas, "Harpsichord Mottoes," Journal of the American Musical Instrument Society, 7, 1981, 5-35

McGowan, Keith, "The Prince and the Piper: Haut, bas, and the Whole Body in Early Modern Europe" Early Music, May, 1999, 211-232

McIver, Katherine, "Maniera, Music, and Vasari," Sixteenth Century Journal, 28, 1, 1997, 45-55

McIver, Katherine, article on music in self-portraits of Sofonisba Anguissola, Women's Art Journal, 19, 1, 1998

McIver, Katherine, "Music in Sixteenth-Century Italian Painting," PhD, UC Santa Barbara, 1992; 45 Palomares Ave / Ventura CA 93003

McTaggart, Timothy, "Hubert Waelrant's Chanson Edition 'Jardin musical' (1556): Progressive Tendencies in the Mid-Sixteenth-Century Franco-Flemish Chanson," Ph.D., Musicology, University of Chicago

Medina, Angel and Joyce Medina, "Orpheus: Nature and Psyche, from Allegory to Symbol in Titian, Rubens and Poussin," in Ronald Bogue and Mihai Spariosu, eds., The Play of the Self, Albany: State Univ of New York, 1994, 221-250

Meyer, Kathi, "St Job as a Patron of Music," Art Bulletin, 36, 3, 1954,

Meyer-Baer, Kathi, Music of the Spheres and the Dance of Death: Studies in Musical Iconography, Princeton, 1970

Meyer-Kathi, "Musical Iconography iin Raphael's Parnassus," The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 8, 2, Dec. 1949, 87-96

Miller, C. A., "Erasmus on Music," Musical Quarterly, LII, 1966, 332-349

Miller, C. A., "The Dodoecachorden in Renaissance Musical Thought," Musica Disciplina, 15, 1961

Mirimonde, A.P. de, Sainte-Cécile: Metamorphosis d'un thème musical, Geneva, 1974 [Cecilia, also see Connolly, Mossakowski]

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Moens, Karl, De vrouw in de huismuziek. Een iconographische studie naar 16de- en 17de-eeuwse schilderijen en prenten uit de Nederlanden,” De eodem et diverso. Jaarboek van het Vlams Centrum voor oude muziek, 2, 1986, 43-63

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