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The Chansons of Orlando Di Lasso and Their Protestant Listeners : Music, Piety, and Print in Sixteenth-Century France (Eastman Studies in Music) Hardcover – March 3, 2001


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A very useful volume for the study of this period of musical history. CHOICE A well-researched and informative study. EARLY MUSIC Freedman's sensitive exposition of musico-textual meaning serves as a model for how to approach any texted sixteenth-century genre. . . Freedman's book is a uniquely positioned reception study that draws on a sixteenth-century audience's own responses to the realms of meaning inherent in a specific oeuvre. JOURNAL OF AMERICAN MUSICOLOGICAL SOCIETY

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Vincent A. Lenti is Eastman School historian, a graduate of the school (BM '60, MA '63), member of the faculty since 1963, and author of For the Enrichment of Community Life: George Eastman and the Founding of the Eastman School of Music.
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