Period Histories

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  1. Book ImageRenaissance Music: Music in Western Europe, 1400–1600

    Allan W. Atlas

    Renaissance Music, by Allan W. Atlas, is a formidable new addition to Norton’s Introduction to Music History series.More

  2. Book ImageAnthology of Renaissance Music

    Allan W. Atlas

    In this carefully selected anthology—the author of Renaissance Music presents full scores for all the music highlighted in the companion text—a total of 102 works of complete movements by some 75 composers.More

  3. Book ImageAnthology for Music in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries

    Joseph Auner, Walter Frisch

    A concise anthology including a wide range of music from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.More

  4. Book ImageMusic in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries

    Joseph Auner, Walter Frisch

    The music of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries in its cultural, social, and intellectual contexts.More

  5. Book ImageCantata No. 140

    Johann Sebastian Bach, Gerhard Herz

    An original concept: in one volume, a study-size score of a major musical work, and a comprehensive body of tools for the study of that work.More

  6. Book ImageCantata No. 4

    Johann Sebastian Bach, Gerhard Herz

    An original concept: in one volume, a study-size score of a major musical work, and a comprehensive body of tools for the study of that work.More

  7. Book ImageSymphony No. 5 in C Minor

    Ludwig Van Beethoven, Elliot Forbes

    An original concept: in one volume, a study-size score of a major musical work, and a comprehensive body of tools for the study of that work.More

  8. Book ImageFantastic Symphony

    Hector Berlioz, Edward T. Cone

    An original concept: in one volume, a study-size score of a major musical work, and a comprehensive body of tools for the study of that work.More

  9. Book ImageRenaissance and Baroque Music: A Comprehensive Survey

    Frederich Blume, M. D. Herter Norton

    These two essays were written by Professor Blume for the monumental encyclopedia of which he was the editor, Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart. In the first study he examines the concept of the term 'Renaissance, ' summing up the views of art historians and others; the Renaissance attitude toward music: the treatment of the Renaissance as a period in music history: the various national styles and the types of composition in that period (this section constitutes about half of the essay); and finally the accomplishments of the Renaissance in music.More

  10. Book ImageThe Women Troubadours

    Meg Bogin

    An introduction to the women poets of 12th-century Provence and a collection of their poems.More

  11. Book ImageSymphony No. 4 in E Minor, Op. 98

    Johannes Brahms, Kenneth Hull

    The Norton Critical Score of Brahm's Fourth Symphony is the latest volume in this highly-regarded series, in which an authoritative score--here the first edition as corrected by the composer--is combined with illuminating essays and documents for an in-depth study of the work.More

  12. Book ImageThe Norton Anthology of Western Music

    J. Peter Burkholder, Claude V. Palisca

    Seventh Edition / Volume(s): 1 / Ancient to Baroque

    A comprehensive collection of 220 works from antiquity to the present.More

  13. Book ImageThe Norton Anthology of Western Music

    J. Peter Burkholder, Claude V. Palisca

    Seventh Edition / Volume(s): 2 / Classic to Romantic

    A comprehensive collection of 220 works from antiquity to the present.More

  14. Book ImageThe Norton Anthology of Western Music

    Claude V. Palisca, J. Peter Burkholder

    Seventh Edition / Volume(s): 3 / The Twentieth Century and After

    A comprehensive collection of 220 works from antiquity to the present.More

  15. Book ImagePreludes, Op. 28

    Frédéric Chopin, Thomas Higgins

    An original concept: in one volume, a study-size score of a major musical work, and a comprehensive body of tools for the study of that work.More

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