[Smt-talk] Coniuncta

Massimiliano Guido guido.massimiliano at gmail.com
Tue Nov 1 07:12:48 PDT 2011

Dear list,
does anybody know about late (i.e. sixteenth century) occurrences of the term coniuncta in treatises? I'm referring specifically to what Tinctoris defined in Terminorum musicae diffinitorium, as ‘the making of an irregular tone where a semitone should be, or vice versa; the placing of a flat or natural sign in an irregular place; the immediate joining of one note after another.’
Thanks for help and best wishes!

Dr. Massimiliano Guido
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Music Research Department
Schulich School of Music
McGill University
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