Shakespeare And Music
Cengage Learning EMEA, 2006 - 284 páginas
"Music permeates Shakespeare's plays. This comprehensive study explores the variety of its theatrical functions, situating them in the context of the Early Modern period's understanding of music." --Book Jacket.
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