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Record 221 of 289

Author     Pettegree, Andrew.
Title     Reformation and the culture of persuasion
Citation     Pettegree, Andrew. Reformation and the culture of persuasion. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2005. [See especially Chapter 3: Militant in Song, and Chapter 4: Reformers on Stage.]
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Record 222 of 289

Author     Piattoli, Renato.
Title     "Un documento fiorentino di apprendistato musicale dell'anno 1504."
Citation     Piattoli, Renato. "Un documento fiorentino di apprendistato musicale dell'anno 1504." In Collectanae Historiae Musicae 2 (Florence, 1957), 351-353. [Includes a 1504 contract for teaching organ repertory.]
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Record 223 of 289

Author     Pietzsch, Gerhard.
Title     Zur Pflege der Musik an den deutschen Universit√§ten bis zur Mitte des 16.Jahrhunderts
Citation     Pietzsch, Gerhard. Zur Pflege der Musik an den deutschen Universit√§ten bis zur Mitte des 16.Jahrhunderts. Hildesheim/New York: Olms, 1971.
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Record 224 of 289

Author     Plank, Steven.
Title     "An English miscellany: Musical notes in seventeenth-century diaries and letters."
Citation     Plank, Steven. "An English miscellany: Musical notes in seventeenth-century diaries and letters." The consort, 41(July 1985): 66-73.
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Record 225 of 289

Author     Plumley, Yolanda.
Title     "An 'episode in the south'? Ars subtilior and the patronage of French princes."
Citation     Plumley, Yolanda. "An 'episode in the south'? Ars subtilior and the patronage of French princes." Early Music History 22 (2003): 103-168. [EARLY: 14th c.]
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Record 226 of 289

Author     Polk, Keith.
Title     German instrumental music of the late Middle Ages: players, patrons, and performance practice.
Citation     Polk, Keith. German instrumental music of the late Middle Ages: players, patrons, and performance practice. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 1992. [See esp. discussion of guilds as "an irrelevant nuisance for a broad segment of the leading professional instrumentalists" (p. 123), and discussion of master/apprentice training (125). Includes reference to 1492 contract in Ghent to teach art of playing "shawms, flutes and other instruments" (125); a 1474 document of an amateur harpist which records that he had learned "20 dances," and a citation of a German lute player who had studied with Pietrobono in 1455 and learned "two things of advantage" (p. 125). ]
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Record 227 of 289

Author     Potter, Ursula
Title     "Cockering mothers and humanist pedagogy in two Tudor school plays."
Citation     Potter, Ursula. "Cockering mothers and humanist pedagogy in two Tudor school plays." Chapter 10 of Domestic Arrangements in Early Modern England, edited by Kari Boyd McBride. Pittsburgh: Duquesne University Press, 2002. [Disucsses music passim]
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Record 228 of 289

Author     Potter, Ursula A.
Title     "Pedagogy and Parenting in English Drama, 1560-1610: Flogging Schoolmasters and Cockering Mothers."
Citation     Potter, Ursula A. "Pedagogy and Parenting in English Drama, 1560-1610: Flogging Schoolmasters and Cockering Mothers." Ph.D. Diss, University of Sydney, 2001. Available at http://setis.library.usyd.edu.au/~thesis/adt-NU/public/adt-NU20010717.111842/. [Music mentioned passim.]
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Record 229 of 289

Author     Price, David Clive.
Title     "The Elizabethan household and its musical education."
Citation     Price, David Clive. "The Elizabethan household and its musical education." The consort, 32 (1976): 193-99.
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Record 230 of 289

Author     Rainbow, Bernarr
Title     Music in Educational Thought and Practice: A Survey from 800 B.C.
Citation     Rainbow, Bernarr. Music in Educational Thought and Practice: A Survey from 800 B.C. Aberystwyth, Wales: Boethius Press, 1989. [See esp. Chapter 4: Renaissance and Reformation (1490-1575), pp. 42-64; Chapter 5: The New Thought (1575-1660), pp. 65-88.]
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