Jared Hartt publishes monograph on the English motet
September 7, 2021
Barker Professor of Music Theory Jared Hartt has published a monograph, The Dorset Rotulus: Contextualizing and Reconstructing the Early English Motet. Co-authored with Margaret Bent and Peter Lefferts, the study is the first in over 35 years devoted to the motet in England. Spurred by the recent discovery of an exciting new source of medieval polyphony, the book provides reconstructions and performable transcriptions of several early fourteenth-century motets—some previously unknown—and offers a new evaluation of the richness of the English repertory on its own terms.
Jared Hartt co-edits volume on Guillaume de Machaut manuscript
July 15, 2021
Barker Professor of Music Theory Jared Hartt published a co-edited volume, Poetry, Art, and Music in Guillaume de Machaut's Earliest Manuscript (BnF fr. 1586). It is the first book entirely devoted to the manuscript.
Jared C. Hartt Publishes Edited Volume on Medieval Motets
September 13, 2018
Jared C. Hartt, associate professor of music theory, published an edited book, A Critical Companion to Medieval Motets (Boydell and Brewer, 2018). This volume of collected essays, the first to be devoted exclusively to medieval motets, features chapters by seventeen leading scholars from around the world. More information on the book and its contents can be found here.
February 12, 2021
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