Cover

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Title Page, Copyright

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pp. i-iv

Contents

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p. v

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Acknowledgments

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p. vii

This project of editing and translating the Ars musice of Johannes de Grocheio was generated within an interdisciplinary medieval Latin reading group within the School of Historical Studies at Monash University (in Melbourne, Australia), that brought together specialists in intellectual history, musicology, and history of science. ...

Abbreviations

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p. ix

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Introduction

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pp. 1-31

These comments of Johannes de Grocheio (Jean de Gruchy) about the difficulty of describing music illustrate a driving concern of a remarkable treatise, composed in Paris during the late thirteenth century, quite possibly in the 1270s.1 Grocheio is aware of the enormous range of types of music performed in different ways in different places. ...

Outline of the Ars musice

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pp. 33-40

Ars musice: Text and Translation

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pp. 41-129

Lexicon

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pp. 131-154

Works Cited

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pp. 155-165

Index of Names, Works, and Places

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pp. 167-168

Back Cover

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