Michael Allsen - Publications and Papers
last update: 2/15/23
critical edition: Motets
and Cantilenas in Early 15th-century Italy - to be
published as part of the series Recent Researches in the Music
of the Middle Ages and early Renaissance (A-R Editions).
"English Motets and the Politics of Usurpation, Warfare, and Heresy during the Reign of Henry V."
"The St. Thomas
Sonata Reconsidered," International Trombone
Association Journal 28, no.2 (Spring 2000):14-17.
Revision of the
article "Lantins, de" for The New Grove Dictionary of Music
and Musicians, revised edition (Macmillan, 2001).
Three articles for The
Reader's Guide to Music (Chicago, Fitzroy Dearborn,
1999): "Du Fay, Guillaume," "Dunstaple, John," and
Two articles for The
American National Biography (New York, Oxford University
Press, 1999): "Sousa, John Philip" and "Mendez, Rafael."
Critical edition: Four
Late Isorthmic Motets (Antico Edition, 1997).
Ten articles for Medieval
France: An Encyclopedia (New York, Garland Press,
1995): "Binchois, Gilles de," "Dufay,
Guillaume," "Brassart, Johannes," "Basiron,
Philippe," "Tinctoris, Johannes,"
"Fauxbourdon," "Contenance Angloise," "Alta
capella," "NoŽl," and (in collaboration with Lawrence M.
Earp) "Isorhythmic Motet."
review: "Medieval Voices of Spain and Germany: Five Recent
Releases by Sequentia, Benjamin Bagby and Barbara Thornton,
Directors," Historical Performance 7, no.2 (Fall 1994):
Johannes Ockeghem, Ockeghem's "Missa cuiusvis toni"
in Its Original Notation and Edited in All the Modes,
ed. George Houle. In M. L. A. Notes 51
Compact disc review:
"From Hildegard to Ciconia: New Releases of Medieval
Music," Historical Performance 6, no.1 (Spring
Compositional Process in Two Cantilena Motets by Hugo de
Lantins," Journal of Musicology 11 (1993):
"Seven Years of Brass
at Mt. Morris," Moravian Music Journal 37/2 (Fall,
Book review: H. G.
Fischer, The Renaissance Sackbut and its Use Today.
In International Trombone Association Journal 16 (1988):
"A Chitarrone and Lute
Manuscript for Stefano Pignatelli," Journal of the Lute
Society of America 17/18 (1984/85): 1-25.
"Report from the
University of Wisconsin-Madison: Recent Musicology at
Wisconsin," Current Musicology 37/38 (1984): 278-280.
Canzonas for Basso Solo (1628-34)," International Trombone
Association Journal 12 (1984): 36-40.
Book review: Harry Arling, Trombone Chamber Music. In International Trombone Association Journal 12 (1984): 59.
and Invited Presentations
Panelist: session on
"non-academic" writing (annual meeting of the American
Musicological Society, Seattle, November 2004)
"English Motets and
English Politics during the Reign of Henry V" (annual
meeting of the American Musicological Society, Houston, November
2003); earlier version, "Politics and Intertextuality in Early
Fifteenth-Century English Motets" (Thirty-First International
Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, May 2002).
"Valuing the Arts:
'World of the Arts' at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater"
(National Meeting of the Association for Integrative Studies and
the Society for Values in Higher Education, Portland, OR,
"Teaching the College
'General Studies' Class" (Wisconsin Music Educators Association,
cantum melodie and the contenance angloise"
(International Binchois Conference, New York City, October
"Two 'New' Motets by
Du Fay" (annual meeting of the American Musicological
Society, New York City, November 1995).
honorem Sancti Nicolai: Two Related
Motets by Hugo de Lantins and Guillaume Du Fay" (annual
meeting of the American Musicological Society, Montreal,
November 1993; revised and expanded version read at the
University of Iowa, Iowa City, April 1994).
"From French Finery to
English Homespun: English Isorhythmic Motets of the Early
Fifteenth Century" (Twenty-Seventh International Congress
on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, May 1992).
"Isorhythmic Motets of
the 1430s" (annual meeting of the American Musicological
Society, Chicago, November 1991; earlier version, "Dufay
and the Isorhythmic Motet of the 1430s," (Fall, 1990 meeting of
the American Muscological Society, Midwest Chapter in Chicago.
"Dialects of Isorhythm
in the Early Fifteenth Century: Finding a French Voice"
(Twenty-Sixth International Congress on Medieval Studies,
Kalamazoo, May 1991).
Compositional Process in Two Cantilena-Motets by Hugo de
Lantins" (Twenty-Fifth International Congress on Medieval
Studies, Kalamazoo, May 1990).
in the Late Medieval Motet: the Prehistory of Musical Imitatio"
(Sixteenth Annual Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Music,
University of Edinburgh, August, 1988).
Sections in 14th-Century Motets: History, Form and
Function" (Spring, 1988 meeting of the American
Musicological Society, Midwest Chapter in Chicago).
"A Roman Lute and
Chitarrone Manuscript in Poland" (Fall, 1985 meeting of
the American Musicological Society, Midwest Chapter in Urbana).