Nadas, John

Janke, Andreas, and John Nadas. 2016. The San Lorenzo Palimpsest. Florence, Archivio del Capitolo di San Lorenzo Ms. 2211. Ars Nova. 2 vols. Lucca: Libreria Musicale Italiana.

Janke, Andreas, and John Nadas. 2015. New Insights into the Florentine Transmission of the Songs of Antonio Zacara da Teramo. Studi Musicali, 6/2: 197-214.

Haar, James, and John Nadas. 2008. The Medici, the Signoria, the Pope: Sacred Polyphony in Florence, 1432–1448. Recercare, 20: 25-93.

Kügle, Karl. 2008. An abbot and a rotulus: new light on Brussels 19606. Quomodo cantabimus canticum? Studies in honor of Edward H. Roesner, edited by John Nadas, Rena Charnin Mueller, G I Currie,  and David Butler Cannata, 145–85. Middleton, WI.

Haar, James, and John Nadas. 2007. Johannes de Anglia (John Hothby): Notes on His Career in Italy. Acta Musicologica, 79: 291-358.

Nadas, John, and Agostino Ziino. 2005. Two newly discovered leaves from the Lucca Codex. Studi musicali, 34: 3-24(plusplates).

Di Bacco, Giuliano, and John Nadas. 1998. The Papal Chapels and Italian Sources of Polyphony during the Great Schism. Papal Music and Musicians in Late Medieval and Renaissance Rome, edited by Richard Jonathan Sherr, 44-92. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Nadas, John. 1998. A cautious reading of Simone Prodenzani's Il Saporetto. Recercare, 10: 23-47.

Bent, Margaret, and John Nadas (eds.) 1995. Late Medieval and Early Renaissance Music in Facsimile.  Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press.

Nadas, John. 1992. Manuscript San Lorenzo 2211: Some Further Observations. L'Ars Nova italiana del Trecento, 6: 145-68.

Nadas, John. 1992. Editorial practices in early Quattrocento Florentine anthologies of secular polyphony. L'Ars nova italiana del Trecento.  Certaldo: Centro di Studio L'ars nova italiana.

Gallo, Franco Alberto, and John Nadas (eds.) 1992. The Squarcialupi Codex: An Edition of Trecento Song, ca. 1410-1415. Il Codice Squarcialupi, 19–86.

Nadas, John. 1990. Song Collections in Late-Medieval Florence. Atti del XIV congresso della società internazionale di musicologia, Bologna, 27 agosto - 1 settembre 1987, 126–35. Turin: E.D.T..

Nadas, John, and Agostino Ziino. 1990. The Lucca Codex. Codice Mancini. Lucca, Archivio di Stato, ms. 184. Perugia, Biblioteca comunale Augusta, ms. 3065. Introductory Study and Facsimile Edition. Ars Nova.  Lucca: Libreria musicale italiana.

Nadas, John. 1989. The Lucca Codex and MS San Lorenzo 2211: Native and Foreign Songs in Early Quattrocento Florence, paper read at the Meeting of the American Musicological Society, Austin TX 1989. Arte Psallentes. John Nádas: Studies in Music of the Tre- and Quattrocento. Collected in Honor of his 70th Birthday,  Lucca: Libreria Musicale Italiana.

Nadas, John. 1989. The Songs of Don Paolo Tenorista: The Manuscript Tradition. In cantu et in sermone. A Nino Pirrotta nel suo 80° compleanno, edited by Fabrizio Della Seta and Franco Piperno, 41–64. Florence: L. S. Olschki.

Günther, Ursula, John Nadas, and John Stinson. 1987. Magister Dominus Paulus Abbas de Florentia: New Documentary Evidence. Musica Disciplina, 41: 203–46.

Nadas, John. 1987. The Reina Codex Revisited. Essays in Paper Analysis, edited by Stephen Spector, 69–114. Washington D.C.: The Folger Shakespeare Library; and London: Associated University Presses.

Nadas, John. 1986. Further Notes on Magister Antonius dictus Zacharias de Teramo. Studi Musicali, XV/2: 167-182.

Nadas, John. 1986. Further Notes on Magister Antonius dictus Zacharias de Teramo. Studi musicali, 15: 167-82.

Nadas, John. 1985. The Transmission of Trecento Secular Polyphony: Manuscript Production and Scribal Practices in Italy at the End of the Middle Ages. Ph.D, New York University.

Nadas, John. 1985. The Transmission of Trecento Secular Polyphony: Manuscript Production and Scribal Practices in Italy at the End of the Middle Ages. Ph.D. Diss., New York University.

Fabbri, Mario, and John Nadas. 1983. A Newly Discovered Trecento Fragment: Scribal Concordances in Late-Medieval Florentine Manuscripts. Early Music History, 3: 67-81.

Nadas, John. 1981. The Structure of MS Panciatichi 26 and the Transmission of Trecento Polyphony. Journal of the American Musicological Society, 34: 393-427.