Garlandia, Johannes de
Garlandia, Johannes de
Garlandia, Johannes de, significant music theorist who flourished in the 13th century. He was on the faculty of the Univ. of Paris. His treatise De plana musica is a study on plainchant. In his important treatise De musica mensumbili positio (ed. by E. Reimer, 2 vols., Wiesbaden, 1972), he discusses mensural music, making it the first such work to explore in detail rhythm and notation. Through his theoretical treatment of rhythmic modes and Notre Dame polyphonic writing, he made possible the development of the mensural system and the late medieval polyphonic style.
R. Rasch, I. d.G. en de ontwikkeling van de voorFranconsiche notatie (Brooklyn, 1969; with summaries in Eng. and Ger.).
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