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Die "Musica speculativa" des Johannes de Muris: Kommentar zur Uberlieferung und Kritische Edition.

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After an overview of the major inheritances of the Greek music theory in the Byzantine, Arab, and Latin worlds, the chapter examines Boethius’ De institutione musica , the most influential work of music theory in Latin Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Attention is paid to how Boethius describes the ancient methodological approaches to musical sciences, starting with Pythagoras, and their presence in medieval treatises. The last section deals with the reception of Ptolemy, Aristoxenus and the pseudo‐Aristotelian Problemata in the late Middle Ages.
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