Cuthbert, Michael Scott

Cuthbert, Michael Scott. 2014. A Postscript to the Montefortino Fragment with Transcriptions.

Cuthbert, Michael Scott. 2014. Church Polyphony Apropos of some Old Fragments in Rome. L'ars nova italiana del Trecento, 167-181.

Cuthbert, Michael Scott. 2013. Changing Musical Time at the Beginning of the Renaissance (and Today). Renaissance Studies in Honor of Joseph Connors, vol. 2 pp. 572–580 + p. 699. Harvard University Press.

Cuthbert, Michael Scott. 2011. Groups and Projects among the Paduan polyphonic sources. I frammenti musicali padovani tra Santa Giustina e la diffusione della musica in Europa. Giornata di studio. Padova, Abbazia di S. Giustina-Biblioteca Universitaria,15 giugno 2006. Atti, 183-214. Padova.

Cuthbert, Michael Scott. 2010. Tipping the Iceberg: Missing Italian Polyphony from the Age of Schism. Musica Disciplina , 54: 39–75.

Cuthbert, Michael Scott. 2010. The Nuremberg and Melk fragments and the international "Ars Nova" . Studi musicali , 39: 7-51.

Cuthbert, Michael Scott, and Elizabeth Nyikos. 2010. Style, Locality, and the Trecento Gloria: New Sources and a Reexamination. Acta Musicologica, 82: 185–212.

Cuthbert, Michael Scott. 2009. Palimpsests, Sketches, and Extracts: The Organization and Compositions of Seville 5-2-25. L'ars nova italiana del Trecento , 7: 57–78.

Cuthbert, Michael Scott. 2008. A New Trecento Source of a French Ballade. Golden Muse: The Loeb Music Library at 50, special issue, Harvard Library Bulletin, new series 18: 77-81.

Cuthbert, Michael Scott. 2008. A New Trecento Source of a French Ballade,. Golden Muse: The Loeb Music Library at 50. Harvard Library Bulletin, new series, vol. 18: 77–81.

Cuthbert, Michael Scott. 2008. Italian Sacred Music during the Great Schism in Light of New Discoveries.

Cuthbert, Michael Scott. 2007. Esperance and the French song in Foreign Sources. Studi Musicali, 36/1: 1-19.

Cuthbert, Michael Scott. 2006. Trecento fragments and Polyphony beyond the codex. Ph.D, Harvard University.

Cuthbert, Michael Scott. 2004. Zacara's D'amor languire and Strategies for Borrowing in the Early Fifteenth-Century Italian Mass. Antonio Zacara da Teramo e il suo tempo, edited by Francesco Zimei, 337-57. Lucca.