Table of contents for Pierre de la Rue and musical life at the Habsburg-Burgundian court / Honey Meconi.


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Contents
List of Figures
List of Tables
List of Musical Examples
List of Abbreviations
A Note on Names
I. Biography
A. Who Was Pierre de la Rue?
B. Early Years
C. Peter vander Straten
D. The Habsburg-Burgundian Chapel under Maximilian, Philip, and Juana: 1492?-1508
E. The Chapel Under Marguerite and Charles: 1508-1516
F. Retirement: 1516-1518
II. The Grande chapelle and Musical Life at the Habsburg-Burgundian Court
A. Structure and Duties of the Chapel
B. La Rue's Colleagues
C. Music Available at the Court
D. La Rue's Significance at Court
III. Aspects of Sacred Music
A. Observations on the Structure and Chronology of La Rue's Masses
B. Examples of Borrowing in La Rue's Sacred Music
C. Liturgical Functions of La Rue's Sacred Music
IV. Aspects of Secular Music
A. Overview
B. Two Examples
C. Problems of Authenticity
D. Observations
V. Patterns of Influence
A. Ockeghem and Josquin
B. Dissemination of Music and the Josquin Generations
C. Literary and Theoretical Citations
D. Growth of a Reputation
E. Who is Pierre de la Rue?
Appendix A: Chronology of Events
Appendix B: Chronology of Sources
Appendix C: Literary and Theoretical Citations
Appendix D: Catalogue of Works
Bibliography
Index of Manuscripts and Printed Sources
Index of Compositions by or attributed to La Rue
General Index



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
La Rue, Pierre de, -- d. 1518 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Chapels (Music)
Habsburg, House of.