James H. Moore collection of 17th-century Venetian music Dissertations on renaissance and baroque music


17 microfilm reels.
mixed polarity.
"James H. Moore, professor in the Music Department at the University of Chicago from 1976 to 1984, was one of the leading scholars researching seventeenth-century Venetian sacred music. After Professor Moore's premature death in 1984, his parents presented his papers and scholarly research materials to the University of Chicago Library. These included a major collection of primary and secondary sources on microfilm."--University of Chicago Library website. This portion of the collection contains dissertations on music written between 1953 and 1978.
Collection inventory "compiled by Mark Blackbird."..
In English.
Collection inventory available on the University of Chicago Library website.

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