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Guillaume Gross, Chanter en polyphonie à Notre-Dame de Paris aux 12e et 13e siècles. Studia Artistarum: Études sur la Faculté des arts dans les Universités médiévales, 14. Turnhout: Brepols, 2007. 349 pp. €45. ISBN 978 2 503 52723 9.

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  17 September 2010


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1 Gross also published an earlier article in this journal that presents a distillation of significant points raised in this book; see his ‘Organum at Notre-Dame in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries: Rhetoric in Words and Music’, Plainsong and Medieval Music, 15 (2006), 87–108.

2 See Wright, Craig, Music and Ceremony at Notre Dame of Paris: 500–1550 (Cambridge, 1989), 325329Google Scholar .

3 Roesner, Edward H., ed., Les Quadrupla et Tripla de Paris, Le Magnus liber organi de Notre-Dame de Paris 1 (Les Remparts, Monaco, 1993), lviiiGoogle Scholar .

4 See her Medieval Music and the Art of Memory (Berkeley, 2005); and ‘Mnemotechnics and Notre Dame Polyphony’, Journal of Musicology, 14 (1996), 263–98. The former study became available to Gross only in the final stages of the preparation of his book.