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Music in the culture of the Renaissance.
Edward E. Lowinsky
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The Concept of Physical and Musical Space in the Renaissance (A Preliminary Sketch) 3. Music in the Culture of the Renaissance 4. Musical Genius: Evolution and Origins of a Concept 5.
Taste, Style, and Ideology in Eighteenth-Century Music 6. Music of the Renaissance as Viewed by Renaissance Musicians 7. Throughout the Renaissance, composers often expressed themselves in a language of riddles and puzzles, which they embedded within the music and lyrics of their compositions.
This is the first book on the theory, practice and cultural context of musical riddles during the by: 2. OCLC Number: Notes: Sonderdruck aus: Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol.
15, No. 4, Oct. Description: Seite Responsibility. Essay. Music was an essential part of civic, religious, and courtly life in the Renaissance. The rich interchange of ideas in Europe, as well as political, economic, and religious events in the period – led to major changes in styles of composing, methods of disseminating music, new musical genres, and the development of musical instruments.
A complete analysis of the development of music during the Renaissance including a discussion of the contributions made by each country. For this study, the most fitting method has seemed to be one that might, with Browning in mind, be called the Ring and the Book technique.
Part I deals at some length with the central musical language of the 15th and 16th centuries, which was developed in Cited by: Get this from a library. Music and riddle culture in the Renaissance.
[Katelijne Schiltz; Bonnie J Blackburn] -- "Throughout the Renaissance, composers often expressed themselves in a language of riddles and puzzles, which they embedded within the music and lyrics of their compositions.
This is the first book. From the Renaissance era both secular and sacred music survives in quantity, and both vocal and instrumental. An enormous diversity of musical styles and genres flourished during the Renaissance, and can be heard on commercial recordings in the twenty-first century, including masses, motets, madrigals, chansons, accompanied songs, instrumental dances, and many others.
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Throughout the Renaissance, music formed a central element in the activities of the curia and a bright thread in the rich tapestry of Roman religious and artistic life. The singers and composers of the papal choir--recruited at first from northern Europe, but in the sixteenth century chiefly from.
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