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The Effects of Italian Stylistic Traits on Three Early German Protestant Composers
During the first half of the seventeenth century, Europe witnessed the development of German Protestant music. The German Protestant style was unique as it represented a synthesis of the old sacred polyphonic techniques ...
John Stanley: the Influence of Knut Nystedt on the Choral Style of John Stanley as Illustrated in a Comparative Analysis of Selected Choral Works
The purpose of this study is to focus on John Stanley as a contemporary composer and to show the possible influences of a more established composer, Knut Nystedt, on his choral writing.