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What do we mean when we identify a composer as the creator of a piece of music? Does a printed piece of music embody the work, even if the composer is not the person who puts the work on paper? In this cultural history of Western music's adaptation to print, this title looks at how the concept of musical authorship took root.
Kate van Orden is Professor of Music at Harvard University and author of Music, Discipline, and Arms in Early Modern France (2005), winner of the Lewis Lockwood Award from the American Musicological Society.