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Generally speaking, the same master taught all the arts, laying special emphasis
on a favourite discipline. Thus in the sixteenth century Odon de Tournai, who was
in charge of two hundred pupils, taught all the arts, although 'praecipue tamen ...
Many in the fifteenth century consisted of two masters, one of whom taught
singing and the rudiments of grammar while the other taught the liberal arts.
Some consisted of a single master who taught both singing and the rudiments.
We can ...
Consequently the rudiments master was often referred to as the master of music,
as at Gerson's cathedral school in Paris and Colet's in London, where there were
two masters, one for singing who also taught the rudiments, and the other for ...
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