ECHOING HELICON: Music, Art and Identity in the Este Studioli, 1440-1530
The private studioli of Italian rulers are among the most revealing interior spaces of the Renaissance, serving as venues for both musical performances and fine art. Drawing examples from the Este dynasty, Shepard reaches new conclusions about this marriage of art forms and provides a fresh look at the music of the Italian Renaissance in this fascinating cultural study. Illus.
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