God, desire, and musical narrative in the isorhythmic motet. Fast & (Author), S. Canadian university music review/Revue de musique des universités canadiennes, 18(1):19, January, 1997.
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In the late medieval period, structure in French literature and music was shaped by beliefs deeply held within the culture, such as the belief that one's identity and desires are directed by God. An exploration of the relationship between literary and musical structure in the context of the isorhythmic motet features an analysis of Guillaume de Machaut's De bon espoir/Puis que la douce/Speravi.
@article{ fast_god_1997,
  title = {God, desire, and musical narrative in the isorhythmic motet},
  volume = {18},
  issn = {0710-0353},
  abstract = {In the late medieval period, structure in French literature and music was shaped by beliefs deeply held within the culture, such as the belief that one's identity and desires are directed by God. An exploration of the relationship between literary and musical structure in the context of the isorhythmic motet features an analysis of Guillaume de Machaut's De bon espoir/Puis que la douce/Speravi.},
  number = {1},
  journal = {Canadian university music review/Revue de musique des universités canadiennes},
  author = {Fast, Susan (Author)},
  month = {January},
  year = {1997},
  keywords = {78: Music and other arts -- Poetry and other literature, France -- history of music -- motets -- isorhythmic, Guillaume de Machaut -- works -- De bon espoir/Puis que la douce/Speravi, form -- motets -- isorhythmic -- relation to literature, literature -- France -- Middle Ages -- relation to isorhythmic motets, motet -- isorhythmic -- relation to literature, religion and religious music—Christianity (Roman Catholic) -- France -- relation to literature -- late Middle Ages},
  pages = {19}
}

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