|Book's title:||Essays on music in the Western World [by] Oliver Strunk ; foreword by Lewis Lockwood.|
|Library of Congress Control Number:||74005414 /MN/r85|
|International Standard Book Number (ISBN):||0393021785|
|System Control Number:||(Sirsi) 599437|
|System Control Number:||0629-88560|
|Cataloging Source:||DLC eng Caotmcl|
|Library of Congress Call Number:||ML60.S862 E8|
|Dewey Decimal Classification Number:||780/.8|
|Personal Name:||Strunk, W. Oliver (William Oliver), 1901-|
|Edition Statement:||[1st ed.]|
|Publication, Distribution, etc.:||New York . W.W. Norton, (c)|
|Physical Description:||xxii, 200 p. : illus.|
|General Note:||"The majority of the essays in this volume were written between the late 1920s ... and 1950."|
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||Includes bibliographical references.|
|Formatted Contents Note:||Erich Hertzmann (December 14, 1902-March 3, 1963)|
The historical aspect of musicology.
Sources and problems for graduate study in musicology.
Vergil in music.
On the date of Marchetto da Padova.
Church polyphony apropos of a new fragment at Grottaferrata.
The music of the Old Hall manuscript; a postscript.
The Ordinarium missae in settings by Dufay and Power.
Origins of the "L'homme armé" mass.
Relative sonority as a factor in style-critical analysis.
A Cypriot in Venice.
Guglielmo Gonzaga and Palestrina's Missa dominicalis.
Some motet-types of the sixteenth century.
Haydn's divertimenti for baryton, viola, and bass (after manuscripts in the Library of Congress)
Notes on a Haydn autograph.
Early music publishing in the United States.
Verdiana in the Library of Congress.