Music and the Early Modern Imagination

Music and the Early Modern Imagination invites the work of scholars interested in interdisciplinary approaches to early modern music - broadly defined as ranging from the 14th through the early 18th centuries. The series emphasizes studies that center on highly specific topics - single works or their equivalent, important concepts, single events, or important texts in music history - and considers them from a broad spectrum of approaches, from cultural history to specific critical modes like gender, politics, sexuality, patronage, subjectivity, voice, and a variety of literary approaches. Inquiries and submissions may be sent to series editor Massimo Ossi (mossi@indiana.edu) and Acquisitions Editor Janice Frisch (frischj@indiana.edu).

Massimo Ossi, editor
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Beyond Boundaries

Rethinking Music Circulation in Early Modern England

Paperback  $35.00 
Hardback  $80.00 
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Mary, Music, and Meditation

Sacred Conversations in Post-Tridentine Milan

Getz, Christine

Hardback  $45.00 
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Music and the Language of Love

Seventeenth-Century French Airs

Gordon-Seifert, Catherine

Hardback  $44.95 
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Singing Games in Early Modern Italy

The Music Books of Orazio Vecchi

Schleuse, Paul

Hardback  $50.00 
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Singing Jeremiah

Music and Meaning in Holy Week

Kendrick, Robert L.

Hardback  $50.00