Jablonski, Marek (Michael)



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BIBLIOGRAPHY


L. Torchi: ‘I monumenti dell’antica musica francese a Bologna’, RMI, xiii (1906), 451–505, 575–615, esp. 474

H.J. Moser: Geschichte der deutschen Musik, i (Stuttgart, 1920, 5/1930/R)

TOM R. WARD


Johannes de Florentia.


See Giovanni da Cascia and Mazzuoli, Giovanni.

Johannes de Frania.


See Fresneau, Jehan.

Johannes de Garlandia [Johannes Gallicus]


(fl c1270–1320). French theorist. His name has been associated since the end of the 13th century with two important treatises, one of which was the starting-point for nearly all treatments of mensural notation in the second half of the 13th century; but it now appears that the authorship of the original treatises was anonymous and that Johannes de Garlandia merely revised and updated one or both of them.

1. Identification.

2. ‘De plana musica’.

3. ‘De mensurabili musica’.

4. Historical position.

REBECCA A. BALTZER



Johannes de Garlandia


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