This volume continues the series of Senfl-Studies, which publishes essays on the most varied aspects concerning the Renaissance composer Ludwig Senfl as well as phenomena of the music of the 16th century in general. In Senfl-Studies 3 the emphasis is on new findings involving Senfl’s biographical contextualization (both spatially and with reference to his networks) as well as on the traditional reception and mediality of his works. In addition, a number of case studies explore the importance of humanistic ideas for the conception of his compositions and illuminate their interrelationships with the social and cultural life of his time.
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