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Ray Lynch Anthology
Sheet Music for Piano
80 pages
 
 
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Evenings, Yes
from No Blue Thing

   


Ray Lynch Anthology   Ray Lynch Anthology   Ray Lynch Anthology
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Ray Lynch Anthology
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80 pages
   
 
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Celestial Soda Pop
Falling in the Garden
 
Your Feeling Shoulders
Rhythm in the Pews
 
Kathleen's Song
Pastorale
 

No Blue Thing      
No Blue Thing
Here & Never Found
 
Homeward At Last
Evenings, Yes
 

The Sky of Mind      
Quandra
Good News
 
 
Too Wounded
 
   



   


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 Ray Lynch Anthology

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13-century Dominican missal
Excerpt from a 13-century Dominican missal (parchment manuscript)

Did You Know

          Before the 15th century, western music was written by hand and preserved in manuscripts, usually bound in large volumes. The best known examples of these are medieval manuscripts of monophonic chant. In the case of medieval polyphony, such as the motet, the parts were written in separate portions of facing pages. This process was aided by the advent of mensural notation to clarify rhythm and was paralleled by the medieval practice of composing parts of polyphony sequentially, rather than simultaneously as in later times. Manuscripts showing parts together in score format were rare, and limited mostly to organum, especially that of the Notre Dame school.

          Even after the advent of music printing, much music continued to exist solely in manuscripts well into the 18th century.


       




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