Why Josquin? And why Rome? The Introduction addresses these questions while situating the Sistine Chapel in a wider culture of artistic patronage and papal politics. It also explains the book’s focus on “hearing and composing” by discussing the roles of musical analysis, performance, and the companion recordings.
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