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by Bruno Bouckaert

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Flemish polyphony was able to appeal to the whole of Western Europe, and Flemish musicians built great careers at all the important courts and religious centres. This may seem obvious to us now, but how to explain that this music was spread so efficiently? Stemmen in het kapittel looks for an answer in the extremely professional organisation of musical life in these parts. This book presents an image of how musicians were trained, from choirboy to master. Thorough scientific research has been given the form of an easily readable story with numerous illustrations. http://alamirefoundation.org/en/publications/stemmen-het-kapittel-het-muziekleve...
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