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PETRARCHISM AND THE ITALIAN MADRIGAL – Phenomenology of literary communication at the time of Mattio Rampollini

When musical originality is faithful to tradition In their role as guardians, playing a primitive oboe, the municipal minstrels garrisoned the city towers of the fourteenth century and sensed the imminence of danger. In Germany, they were assign a trumpet with which to warn the passage of a ship on the river. They also learned to ring the bells in …

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