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Anne Stone
Position: Associate Professor, Graduate Center
Campus Affiliation: CUNY Graduate Center
Phone: (212) 817-8590
Degrees/Diplomas: Ph.D., Harvard
Research Interests: late 14th and early 15th centuries

Anne Stone is a musicologist specializing in late medieval music and culture. Her research interests include medieval music manuscripts, the "ars subtilior," medieval and Renaissance notations, the cultural and intellectual history of music writing, and the relationship of song to late-medieval poetic subjectivity and autobiography.

REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS

Books

A Late Medieval Songbook and its Context: New Perspectives on the Chantilly Codex (Bibliothèque du Château de Chantilly, Ms 564). Co-editior with Yolanda Plumley. (Turnhaut: Brepols, 2008).

Chantilly Codex, MS 564: Critical Study and Facsimile Edition. Co-Author with Yolanda Plumley. (Turnhaut: Brepols, 2008).

The Manuscript Modena, Biblioteca Estense, Alpha.M.5.24: Critical Study and Facsimile Edition. (Lucca: Libreria Italiana Musicale, 2005).


Articles
“The Story in the Song: Poetic Voice and Reading Practice in the Late Medieval Lyric,” in Etymologies of Medieval Song, ed. Emma Dillon and Kevin Brownlee (Turnhout: Brepols, forthcoming, 2009).

“Machaut Sighted in Modena: the reception of French lyrics in Italy, c1400,” in Citation, Intertextuality and Memory in the Late Middle Ages and Renaissance, ed. Stefano Jossa and Yolanda Plumley (Exter: Exeter University Press, forthcoming, 2009).

“Cordier’s Picture-Songs and the Relationship between the Song Repertories of the Chantilly Codex and Oxford 213,” in Plumley and Stone, A Late Medieval Songbook and its Context: New Perspectives on the Chantilly Codex (Bibliothèque du Château de Chantilly, Ms 564) (Turnhaut: Brepols, 2008).

“The Composer’s Voice in the Late Fourteenth-Century Song: Four Case Studies” in Ciconia, musicien de la transition, ed. Philippe Vendrix (Turnhout: Brepols, 2003).

"The Ars Subtilior in Paris," Musica e Storia, June 2002.

"Poetic Voice and Music Writing in Machaut: Some Remarks on Ballade 12 and Rondeau 14,” in Analysing Guillaume de Machaut, ed. Elizabeth Eva Leach (New York: Garland Press, 2002).

“A Singer at the Fountain: Homage and Irony in Ciconia’s Sus une fontayne” Music and Letters 83 (2001).