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Singing Early Music

The Pronunciation of European Languages in the Late Middle Ages and Renaissance

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An invaluable resource on the pronunciation of historic European languages for singers, scholars, actors, and readers of early music and literature With CD Singing Early Music studies the principal languages of Europe as they were spoken from the twelfth to the seventeenth century: English, Scots, French, Occitan, Spanish, Galician-Portuguese, Italian, German, and Flemish as well as the Latin "dialect" of each area. Several sample texts in each language are printed in the original language and in transcription in the International Phonetic Alphabet and recorded on the accompanying CD.

Product code: 9780253210265

ISBN 9780253210265
Dimensions H254xW178
No. of pages 320
Publisher Indiana University Press
Series Music
An invaluable resource on the pronunciation of historic European languages for singers, scholars, actors, and readers of early music and literature With CD