On the Prinner Schema and Its Name
Gjerdingen's Prinner raises a series of questions concerning 1) its discovery and its discussion in the research literature, 2) its function as a caesura formula in eighteenth-century music, and finally 3) its name and its alleged origin in an example from Johann Jakob Prinner's Musicalischer Schlissl (1677).
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Publication date: April 1, 2018
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