Publications

Edited book

Stoessel, Jason. ed. Identity and Locality in Early European Music, 1028–1740. Farnham: Ashgate, 2009. ISBN 978-0-7546-6487-1. [Routledge] [Google Books]

Refereed journal articles

Stoessel, Jason, and Denis Collins. “New Light on the Mid‐Fourteenth‐Century Chace: Canons Hidden in the Tournai Manuscript.” Music Analysis 38, no. 1 (2018): in press. doi: 10.1111/musa.12116. An early access version of this article is available here.

Stoessel, Jason. “The Making of Louise Hanson-Dyer Collection Manuscript 244 (LHD 244).” Musica Disciplina 60 (2015 [published 2017]): 67–92.

Stoessel, Jason, Jan Herlinger, and Linda Page Cummins, “Melbourne, University of Melbourne Library, Special Collections, Rare Music, LHD 244: Inventory.” Musica Disciplina 60 (2015 [published 2017]): 203–11.

Stoessel, Jason. “Climbing Mount Ventoux: The Contest/Context of Scholasticism and Humanism in Early Fifteenth-Century Paduan Music Theory and Practice.” Intellectual History Review 27/3 (2017): 317–332. doi: 10.1080/17496977.2017.1333314.

Stoessel, Jason. “Editing Early English Music (review article).” Musicology Australia 38/1 (2016):108–116. doi: 10.1080/08145857.2016.1168344.

Stoessel, Jason. “Con lagreme bagnandome el viso: Mourning and Music in Late Medieval Padua.” Plainsong and Medieval Music 24/1 (2015): 71–89. doi: 10.1017/S0961137115000030.

Stoessel, Jason, and John Stinson. “Encoding Medieval Music Notation for Research.” Early Music 42/4 (2014): 613–617. doi: 10.1093/em/cau093.

Stoessel, Jason. “The Angevin Struggle for the Kingdom of Naples (c.1378–1411) and Politics of Repertoire in Mod A: New Hypotheses.” Journal of Music Research Online 5 (2014). http://www.jmro.org.au/index.php/mca2/article/view/95

Stoessel, Jason. “Howling Like Wolves, Bleating Like Lambs: Singers and the Discourse of Animality in the Late Middle Ages.” Viator 45, no. 2 (2014): 201–236. doi: 10.1484/J.VIATOR.1.103918

Stoessel, Jason. “Arms, A Saint and Inperial sedendo fra più stelle: The Illuminator of Mod A.” Journal of Musicology 31/1 (2014): 1–42. doi: 10.1525/JM.2014.31.1.1

Stoessel, Jason. “Revisiting Ay, mare, amice mi care.” Early Music 40/3 (2012): 455–468. doi: 10.1093/em/cas101

Stoessel, Jason. “Looking Back over the ‘Missa L’Ardant Desir’: Double Signatures and Unusual Signs in Sources of Fifteenth-Century Music.” Music & Letters 91/3 (2010): 311–342. doi: 10.1093/ml/gcq059 (Publisher’s erratum for abstract vol. 91/4[2010]: 610)

Stoessel, Jason. “Symbolic Innovation: The Notation of Jacob de Senleches.” Acta Musicologica 71/2 (1999): 136–164. doi: 10.2307/932672.

Invited Article

Stoessel, Jason. “Louise Hanson-Dyer’s commonplace book of early music theory,” University of Melbourne Collections 17 (2015): 33–38.

Book chapters and published conference papers

Stoessel, Jason. “Voice and Song in Early Encounters between Latins, Mongols, and Persians, c.1250-c.1350.” In Studies on a Global History of Music: A Balzan Musicology Project, edited by Reinhard Strohm, 83-113. Abingdon: Routledge, 2018.

Stoessel, Jason. “The Makers and Owners of Early Fifteenth-Century Song Books in Italy: The Benedictine Contribution to the Courtly Musical Culture of the Late Middle Ages.” In Sources of Identity: Makers, Owners and Users of Music Sources Before 1600, edited by Lisa Colton and Tim Shephard, 77–96. Turnhout: Brepols, 2017.

Stoessel, J. “French-texted Songs at the Council of Constance: Influences, Paths of Transmission, and Trends.” In Europäische Musikkultur im Kontext des Konstanzer Konzils. Konstanzer Geschichts und Rechtsquellen. Edited by Stefan Morent, Silke Leopald and Joachim Steinheuer, 205–224. Ostfildern: Jan Thorbecke, 2017.

Stoessel, J. “Introduction.” In The Complete Extant Transmissions of the Masses by Guillaume Faugues, Gesamtausgaben – Collected Works XXIX/4, edited by Rex Eakins, xi-xviii. Lions Bay: The Institute of Mediaeval Music, 2016.

Stoessel, J. ‘De invloed van de dood op de muziek van de 14de eeuw [Death’s Influence on the Music of the Fourteenth Century]’, in, Laus Polyphoniae 2016: MORS | De eeuw van de zwarte dood [The Century of the Black Death] (Antwerp: AMUZ [Festival van Vlaanderen-Antwerpen], 2016), pp. 113–119.

Stoessel, Jason. “Scribes at Work, Scribes at Play: Challenges for Editors of the Ars subtilior,” in Early Music Editing: Principles, Historiography, Future Directions, ed. Theodor Dumitrescu, Karl Kügle, and Marnix van Berchum, 51–75. Turnhout: Brepols, 2013.

Stoessel, Jason. “The Interpretation of Unusual Mensuration Signs in Ars subtilior”, in A Late Medieval Songbook and its Context: New Perspectives on the Chantilly Codex (Bibliothèque du Château de Chantilly, Ms. 564). Edited by Yolanda Plumley and Anne Stone, 179–202. Turnhout: Brepols, 2009.

Stoessel, Jason. “Music and Moral Philosophy in Early Fifteenth-Century Padua.” In Identity and Locality in Early European Music 1028-1740. Edited by Jason Stoessel, 107–27. Farnham: Ashgate, 2009.

Stoessel, Jason. “Editor’s Introduction.” In Identity and Locality in Early European Music 1028-1740. Edited by Jason Stoessel, 1–10. Farnham: Ashgate, 2009.

Stoessel, Jason. “A Fifteenth Century Response to a Musical Text: The Editor Scribe in Chantilly, Bibliothèque du Musée Condé, ms. 564 (Codex Chantilly)”, Chapter 26 in Music Research: New Directions for a New CenturyProceedings of the 25th National Conference of the Musicological Society of Australia. Edited by M. Ewans, R. Halton, J. Phillips. Cambridge Scholars Press: London, 2004. ISBN 1-904303-35-8

Reviews

Stoessel, J. “Review: Rohr, Zita Eva. Yolande of Aragon (1381–1442) Family and Power: The Reverse of the Tapestry.” Parergon no. 33 (2016).

Stoessel, Jason. “Review: Music and Riddle Culture in the Renaissance. By Katelijne Schiltz.” Music & Letters 97/2 (2016):327–329. doi: 10.1093/ml/gcw030.

Stoessel, Jason. “Review: Margaret Bent, Magister Jacobus de Ispania, Author of the Speculum Musicae.” Musicology Australia no. 38/1 (2016):121–124. doi: 10.1080/08145857.2016.1168346.

Stoessel, Jason. “Review: O’Doherty, Marianne, and Felicitas Schmieder, Eds, Travels and Mobilities in the Middle Ages: From the Atlantic to the Black Sea.” Parergon 33.1 (2016): forthcoming. Print.

Stoessel, Jason. “Review: Khanmohamadi, Shirin A., in Light of Another’s Word: European Ethnography in the Middle Ages.” Parergon 32.2 (2015): 317–19.

Stoessel, Jason. “Plumley, Yolanda, Giuliano Di Bacco, and Stefano Jossa, eds. Citation, Intertextuality and Memory in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, vol. 1: Text, Music and Image from Machaut to Aristo. Exeter Studies in Medieval Europe. Exeter: University of Exeter Press, 2011.” The Medieval Review 12.08.04 (2012). https://scholarworks.iu.edu/dspace/handle/2022/14630

Stoessel, Jason. “Michael Kassler, A.F.C. Kollmann’s Quarterly Musical Register (1812). An Annotated Edition with an Introduction to his Life and Works. Aldershot: Ashgate 2008.” Musicology Australia 32/1 (2010): 138–140.

Stoessel, Jason. “Michael O’Loghlin, Frederick the Great and his Musicians: The Viola da Gamba Music of the Berlin School. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008.” Musicology Australia 32/1 (2010): 141–143.

Stoessel, Jason. “Sung Birds: Music, Poetry, and Nature in the Later Middle Ages. By Elizabeth Eva Leach”, Notes 64/3 (2008): 490–3.

Stoessel, Jason. “Citation and Authority in Medieval and Renaissance Culture: Learning from the Learned. eds S. Clark & E.E. Leach, Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Music. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, 2005.” Notes 63/3 (2007): 590–593.

Stoessel, Jason. “Machaut’s Music: New Interpretations. ed. E.E. Leach. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, 2003.” The Medieval Review 05.02.01 (2005). http://name.umdl.umich.edu/baj9928.0502.001

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