Lockwood, Lewis Henry

Lockwood, Lewis Henry, Pierluigi Petrobelli, and Nino Pirrotta. None. La storia della musica a Cividale nel tardo Medioevo e nel primo Rinascimento.

Lockwood, Lewis Henry (ed.) 2002. A Ferrarese Chansonnier : Roma, Biblioteca Casanatense 2856 : 'Canzoniere di Isabella d'Este'.  Lucca: Libreria Musicale Italiana [New York, NY: OMI, Old Manuscripts & Incunabula].

Hallmark, Anne. 1997. Protector, imo verus pater: Francesco Zabarella's Patronage of Johannes Ciconia. Music in Renaissance Cities and Courts: Studies in Honor of Lewis Lockwood, edited by Jessie Ann Owens and Anthony M Cummings, 153-68. Warren, Michigan.

Cummings, Anthony M, and Jessie Ann Owens (eds.) 1997. Music in Renaissance Cities and Courts: Studies in Honor of Lewis Lockwood .  Warren, Michigan.

Planchart, Alejandro Enrique. 1997. Guillaume Du Fay's Second Style. Music in Renaissance Cities and Courts: Studies in Honor of Lewis Lockwood, edited by Jessie Ann Owens and Anthony M Cummings, 307-40. Warren, Michigan.

Lockwood, Lewis Henry. 1994. Sources of Renaissance Polyphony from Cividale del Friuli: The Manuscripts 53 and 59 of the Museo Archeologico Nazionale. Il Saggiatore Musicale, 1: 249-314.

Bent, Margaret. 1990. The Yoxford Credo. Essays in Musicology: A Tribute to Alvin Johnson, edited by Lewis Henry Lockwood and Edward H. Roesner, 26-51. American Musicological Society.

Palisca, Claude V. 1990. Mode Ethos in the Renaissance. Essays in Musicology. A Tribute to Alvin Johnson, edited by Lewis Henry Lockwood, 126-139. Philadelphia.

Lockwood, Lewis Henry. 1985. Adrian Willaert and Cardinal Ippolito I d'Esté: New Light on Willaert's Early Career in Italy, 1515-21. Early Music History, 5: 85-112.

Lockwood, Lewis Henry. 1984. Music in Renaissance Ferrara 1400-1505: The Creation of a Musical Center in the Fifteenth Century.  Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Lockwood, Lewis Henry. 1981. Strategies of Music Patronage in the Fifteenth Century: the Cappella of Èrcole I d'Esté. Music in Medieval and Early Modern Europe: Patronage, Sources and Texts, 227-48. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Lockwood, Lewis Henry. 1979. Jean Mouton and Jean Michel: New Evidence on French Music and Musicians in Italy, 1505-1520. Journal of the American Musicological Society, 32: 191-246.

Lockwood, Lewis Henry. 1976. Dufay and Ferrara. Papers read at the Dufay Quincentenary Conference, Brooklyn College, December 6-7, 1974, 1-25. Brooklyn.

Lockwood, Lewis Henry. 1976. Fifteenth-Century Musical Sources from Ferrara: The Reconstruction of a Manuscript Tradition.

Lockwood, Lewis Henry. 1976. Josquin at Ferrara: New Documents and Letters. Josquin des Prez: Proceedings of the International Josquin Festival-Conference... 21-25June 1971, 103-37. London, New York, and Toronto.

Lockwood, Lewis Henry. 1973-74. Aspects of the 'L'Homme armé' Tradition. Proceedings of the Royal Musical Association, 100: 97-122.

Lockwood, Lewis Henry. 1972. Music at Ferrara in the Period of Èrcole I D'Esté. Studi Musicali, 1: 101-31.

Lockwood, Lewis Henry. 1970. The Counter-Reformation and the Masses of Vincenzo Ruffo.  Venice.

Lockwood, Lewis Henry. 1968. A Sample Problem of Musica Fida: Willaert's Pater Noster. Studies in Music History: Essays for Oliver Strunk, 161-82. Princeton.

Lockwood, Lewis Henry. 1961. A Continental Mass and Motet in a Tudor Manuscript. Music and Letters, 42: 336-47.

Lockwood, Lewis Henry. 1959. The Counter-Reformation and the Sacred Music of Vincenzo Ruffa. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Princeton University.