The introduction to this latest volume in the new edition of the New Oxford History of Music begins with the provocative claim that 'we can no longer rely on a consistent body of knowledge about medieval music'.
What does NOHM stand for?
NOHM stands for New Oxford History of Music (book)
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- Northern Ontario Heritage Fund (Canada)
- Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (Government of Ontario, Canada)
- Northern Ocean Habitat for Humanity, Inc. (Toms River, NJ)
- Nederlandse Opleiding Hindoe Geestelijke (Dutch: Dutch Hindu Mental Training; Netherlands)
- New Orleans Habitat for Humanity (Louisiana)
- National Oral Health Information Clearinghouse
- New Opportunities for Homeownership in Milwaukee (Wisconsin)
- Nanaimo Oldtimers Hockey League
- North Oakland Headwaters Land Conservancy (Clarkston, MI)
- National Oral Health Month
- North Hollywood Arts District (North Hollywood, California)
- North Of Houston Street (neighborhood in Manhattan)
- Not Holding
- No Obvious Heterotropia or Symptomatic Heterophoria (ophthalmology)
- Not Otherwise Herein Provided
- National Oral Health Policy Center
- National Oral Health Promotion Group (UK)
- National Organisation for Human Rights (also seen as NOHR-S; Damascus, Syria)
- National Organization for Hearing Research
- North Okanagan Health Region (Canada)
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The volumes in the New Oxford History of Music have traditionally been used as required reading in graduate music history and music theory courses.
The six volumes of the original Oxford History of Music (1901-5), after their second edition (1929-38), were eventually superseded by the ten volumes of The New Oxford History of Music (NOHM), a project that from inception to completion took about half a century, with volumes appearing every few years from 1954 to 1990.