Guillaume de Machaut's \"Messe de Nostre Dame\" in the context of fourteenth-century polyphonic music for the Mass Ordinary.

Christina. Linklater
It is widely held in the scholarly literature of music history that the Messe de Nostre Dame of Guillaume de Machaut is unique. While several other examples of polyphonic settings of the Mass Ordinary dating from approximately the same era do survive, they are distinct from Machaut's Mass in at least two respects. The Messe de Nostre Dame is attributed to a single, named composer, whereas most fourteenth-century Mass cycles are anonymous, or are thought...
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