2 edition of Companion to Baroque music found in the catalog.
Companion to Baroque music
Includes bibliographical references (p. 505-509) and index.
|Other titles||Baroque music.|
|Statement||compiled and edited by Julie Anne Sadie ; foreword by Christopher Hogwood.|
|Contributions||Sadie, Julie Anne.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 549 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||549|
An opening chapter on late-Renaissance vocal music and a closing chapter on galant instrumental music provide bridges to earlier and later European music. The baroque period was thus one of stylistic duality; it was an era that displayed emotional extremes see romanticism. Culture of the Baroque: Analysis of a Historical Structure, trans. It was probably in these circumstances that Welsh musicians at the court encountered the Italian triple harpwhich they adopted and which by the end of the century had supplanted simpler harps to become a national Welsh symbol.
The fuguechorale prelude, and toccata were important forms of the late baroque. He performs and records on harpsichord and other historical keyboard instruments. In instrumental music the sonataconcertoand overture were creations of the baroque. An ideal instructional package for courses in music history and literature, Music of the Baroque, Second Edition, and its accompanying anthology of scores offer a vivid introduction to European music from through Bloomington: Indiana University Press, Hobsbawm and T.
First, it is underpinned by a keen awareness of music as sound, intended to be played, heard, and relished by the listener--as witness the group of articles contributed by well-known specialists,such as Nigel Rogers and David Fuller, on the central issues of performance. That is what the Companion to Baroque Music is designed to offer, to all those who are attracted by the music of that crucial century and a half,which we call 'the Baroque era'. This time is necessary for searching and sorting links. Norton Introduction to Music History.
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First, it is Companion to Baroque music book by a keen awareness of music as sound, intended to be played, heard, and relished by the listener-as witness the group of articles contributed by well-known specialists, such as Nigel Rogers and David Fuller, on the central issues of performance.
The Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th ed. Designed for undergraduate and graduate students, Music of the Baroque, Second Edition, is also essential reading for anyone who desires an up-to-date introduction to the serious study of Baroque music.
An opening chapter on late-Renaissance vocal music and a closing chapter on galant instrumental music provide bridges to earlier and later European music. Secondly it is concerned not only with what the music is like but why it is as it is: and the series of essays, again by specialists, such as Michael Talbot on Italy and Peter Holman on England which places each region's music in its social and cultural contexts helps to explain its character.
Later, as organist of Westminster Abbey and the Chapel Royal, he devoted himself to sacred music. The diversity of compositional styles among this group of composers, and the virtuosity they incorporated in their music, generate a broad field for discussing issues of performance practice and offer opportunities to explore controversial themes within the context of specific pieces.
Norton Introduction to Music History. Baroque music, not long ago considered the province of the specialist, now occupies a central place in the interests of any music-lover.
It was probably in these circumstances that Welsh musicians at the court encountered the Italian Companion to Baroque music book harpwhich they adopted and Companion to Baroque music book by the end of the century had supplanted simpler harps to become a national Welsh symbol.
The Crime of Galileo. The Metropolitan Museum Figures 1. Contrapuntal writing was resumed in the middle baroque period, but it now had a harmonic basis. Its beginnings were in the late 16th-century revolt against polyphony that gave rise to the accompanied recitative and to opera.
Summary Note: summary text provided by external source. Renaissance polyphony persisted, however, being called the stile antico and considered more appropriate to the church than the nuove musiche. Subject matter involved the lower, often criminal, orders, and typically showed a suspension or inversion of the high moral values of the Italian opera of the period.
Carter and J. European Music, — In both fields he emerged as the most influential British composer of the era. French sacred music also receives renewed attention. Few other eras witnessed such a profusion of new forms: opera, oratorio, cantata, sonata and concerto. Special emphasis is placed upon the Companion to Baroque music book towhen the viol, violin, and violoncello grew to prominence as solo instruments in France.
Cowgill and P. One such value was a declared intent to move the passions, to stir emotions - those emotions appropriate to the two great contemporary patrons of music, the Church and the nobility. Its enduring strength is amply attested by the popularity of today's "authentic" performances and recordings.
The Origin of German Tragic Drama, trans. Italy was the source of this new artistic impulse, which soon spread across Europe, and the period was one of striking contrasts and innovations. Hobsbawm and T. Arweck and W.
Now this growing interest finds its proper complement in a complete and authoritative account of the Baroque heritage. Part I deals with the historical background to the debate between the French and Italian styles and the features that defined French style.
An opening chapter on late-Renaissance vocal music and a closing chapter on galant instrumental music provide bridges to earlier and later European music. With opera and recitative came the figured bassused consistently in ensemble music throughout the baroque era.This book has been cited by the following publications.
Handel is recognised as one of the principal creative figures in Baroque music. In this Companion acknowledged experts on Handel make their expertise accessible to the interested general reader and music lover. All the genres in which Handel composed are considered including oratorio. music in the baroque Download music in the baroque or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
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