David Joseph Burn - Selected publications#


Unless otherwise indicated, all publications are solely authored by David Burns.

  • “‘Nam erit haec quoque laus eorum’: Imitation, Competition and the L’homme armé Tradition”, Revue de Musicologie 87 (2001), 249-87.
  • “What Did Henricus Isaac Write for Constance?”, Journal of Musicology 20 (2003), 45-72.
  • “On the Transmission and Preservation of Mass-Propers at the Bavarian Court”, Die münchener Hofkapelle des 16. Jahrhunderts im europäischen Kontext, ed. Theodor Göllner and Bernhold Schmid (Munich, 2006), 319-33.
  • “Heinrich Isaac and his Recently Discovered Missa Presulem ephebeatum”, in Recevez ce mien petit labeur: Studies in Renaissance Music in Honour of Ignace Bossuyt, ed. Mark Delaere and Pieter Bergé (Leuven, 2007), 49-60.
  • (co-edited, with Frank A. D’Accone), Francesco Corteccia: Counterpoints on the Cantus Firmi of Solemn Masses, Corpus mensurabilis musicae 32/13 (Middleton, 2009), xxxvi + 152pp.
  • “Pierre de la Rue’s Chant-Based Motets”, Die Tonkunst 5 (2011), 27-37.
  • (co-edited, with Stefan Gasch), Heinrich Isaac and Polyphony for the Proper of the Mass in the Late Middle Ages and Renaissance, Epitome musical (Turnhout, 2011), 438pp.
  • “Leonhard Paminger’s Manuscript of Mass Propers”, in Heinrich Isaac and Polyphony for the Proper of the Mass in the Late Middle Ages and Renaissance, ed. David J. Burn and Stefan Gasch (Turnhout, 2011), 299-318.
  • “Ludwig Senfl and the Mass Proper: Aspects of Chronology”, Senfl-Studien I, ed. Birgit Lodes, Stefan Gasch, and Sonja Tröster (Tutzing, 2012), 223-68.
  • “Analysing Sixteenth-Century Chant-Based Polyphony: Some Methodological Observations, and a Case-Study from Leonhard Paminger”, Die Musiktheorie 27 (2012), 144-61.
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