DOI:​10.1525/JAMS.2004.57.3.443
Corpus ID: 191627949
The Apotheosis of Josquin des Prez and Other Mythologies of Musical Genius
P. Higgins
Published 1 December 2004
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Journal of the American Musicological Society
Within the theoretical framework of Roland Barthes9s writings on myth and ideology, this essay seeks to expose the historical legitimation project through which the mythmaking, universalizing… Expand
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