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Article on approaches to understanding the impact of research in the performing and creative arts written for the Council of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences as part of discussions in 2005 that influenced ERA (Australia) and REF (UK), and are relevant again today.
While it is common to find lists of subscribers in publications of 18th-century British music, there is relatively little written about how the subscription process worked and who was motivated to subscribe in advance to a publication, the quality of which they could not guarantee. Understanding the place of these subscribers helps to broaden our u...
Marin Mersenne's Harmonie universelle (Paris, 1636-37) provides a rare insight into French vocal practice of the early 17th c. Although he approaches singing as a teacher or composer, his comments also provide the performer with clues about ornamentation in early-17th-c. French vocal music. His examples of diminutions and explanations of individual...