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This subject guide under construction from May 2021-
Surveys of Medieval Music
"Medieval Music" in Oxford Bibliographies Online by
Publication Date: February 2020
Major sections include: General Overviews; Reference Works & Journals; Music Theory; Latin Poetry; Western Plainchant; Monophony apart from Chant; Polyphony; Instrumental Music; Musicians; Compositional Process; Performance Practice; Music and the Visual Arts; Music in Cultural Contexts; and
"Medievalism and Music" in Oxford Bibliographies Online by
Publication Date: March 2018
Article concerns the cultural and intellectual afterlife of medieval music and the Middle Ages" by considering the intersection of medievalism and music in the revival and reception of medieval music; in popular music; on stage and screen; in literature; in constructs of race and ethnicity; gender; disability; religion; and nationality/geography.
Publication Date: January 2001
Divides into main sections: Terminology; Historiography; Defining "Medieval Music," Over 20 years out of date (especially bibliography) but still a valuable survey of the period.