Kate van Orden

Kate van Orden is a cultural historian and the Dwight P. Robinson Jr. Professor of Music at Harvard University. Her prizewinning publications include Materialities: Books, Readers, and the Chanson in Sixteenth-Century Europe and Music, Discipline, and Arms in Early Modern France. In 2016, she received a French Medaille d’Honneur. She began a term as president of the International Musicological Society in 2022 and is also a professional performer on the baroque and classical bassoon.

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Cover: Seachanges: Music in the Mediterranean and Atlantic Worlds, 1550–1800Seachanges: Music in the Mediterranean and Atlantic Worlds, 1550–1800Orden, Kate vanPAPERBACK05/03/2022$40.00
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