DOI:​10.1017/S0261127908000284
Corpus ID: 192085434
JOHANNES DE GROCHEIO AND ARISTOTELIAN NATURAL PHILOSOPHY
J. Haines, P. DeWitt
Published 2008
Art

Early Music History
Johannes de Grocheio is best known today primarily for the fact that he wrote about secular monophony, a subject practically ignored by previous music writers. In Grocheio’s only surviving treatise… Expand
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