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Early Music, Vol. 40, No. 2

May 2012

http://em.oxfordjournals.org/content/vol40/issue2/index.dtl?etoc

EDITORIAL
Mar�a Gembero-Ust�rroz and Emilio Ros-F�bregas

MUSICAL �OTHERNESS� IN THE IBERIAN WORLD, 1500-1800

�Imagine all the people. . .�: polyphonic flowers in the hands and voices of Indians in 16th-century Mexico
Emilio Ros-F�bregas

Women as dedicatees of artes de canto in the early modern Iberian world: imposed knowledge or women�s choice?
Ascensi�n Mazuela-Anguita

Lo que un cantor debe saber: the Italian school of singing in Spanish music treatises, 1754-1799
Mar�a del Coral Morales Villar

�Qu� quita a lo noble un airecito de maja? National and gender identities in the zarzuela Clementina (1786) by Luigi Boccherini and Ram�n de la Cruz
Juan Pablo Fern�ndez-Cort�s

Integrating musical Otherness in a new social order: indigenous music from Moxos, Bolivia, under Spanish Governor L�zaro de Ribera (r.1786-1792)
Mar�a Gembero-Ust�rroz

Performance in San Marco: a picture and two puzzles
Frederick Hammond

Deus ex machina: a royal witness to the court -- origin of Purcell�s Dido and Aeneas
Andrew Pinnock

Time management at Turin�s Teatro Regio: Galuppi�s La clemenza di Tito and its alterations, 1759
Margaret R. Butler

OBSERVATION
The singularity of Alfred Deller (1912-1979)
Nicholas Clapton

PERFORMING MATTERS
Beethoven�s five-part scherzos: appearance and reality
Jonathan Del Mar

BOOK REVIEWS
The Mass as poetry
Kate Helsen

Mapping medieval music
Lisa Colton

Machaut in three dimensions
David Maw

Cherished chansonniers
Helen Deeming

Renaissance theory in practice
Richard Wistreich

The soft touch
David Ledbetter

Biblical music reconsidered
Jeremy Montagu

MUSIC REVIEWS
Motets and prosulas from the Notre Dame school
Eleanor Rutherford

Copious concertos by C. P. E. Bach
Francis Knights

RECORDING REVIEWS
Italian (and related) instrumental music of the 17th century
David R. M. Irving

Venus, Adonis and Orpheus in England: sacred and secular music from the fairest isle
Andrew H. King

A trove of Telemann
Steven Zohn

Mattheson oratorios and suites
Eric Cross

Existing threads and new leads in the Romantic repertory
Rohan Stewart-MacDonald

The Deller centenary
Francis Knights

Old meets new: �an encounter that creates eagerness�
Kim Ashton

REPORTS
Music and death before 1650
Thomas J. D. Neal

Dancing in Oxford
Jasmine Chiu

OBITUARY
Montserrat Figueras, by Tess Knighton

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