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The Emperor Maximilian I and music

Author: Louise CuylerHeinrich IsaacAdam RenerLudwig SenflJacques BarbireauAll authors
Publisher: London ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1973.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Cuyler, Louise Elvira, 1908-1998.
Emperor Maximilian I and music.
London, New York, Oxford University Press, 1973
(OCoLC)594353275
Named Person: Maximilian, Holy Roman Emperor; Heinrich Isaac; Ludwig Senfl; Adam Rener; Maximilian, Holy Roman Emperor.; Maximilien, empereur germanique; Kaiser I ) Maximilian (Römisch-Deutsches Reich
Document Type: Book, Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Louise Cuyler; Heinrich Isaac; Adam Rener; Ludwig Senfl; Jacques Barbireau; Pierre de La Rue; Leonhard Kleber; Paul Hofhaimer
ISBN: 0193152231 9780193152236
OCLC Number: 844125
Notes: "Music by Maximilian's composers" section includes complete scores of works discussed.
Performer(s): Peformers on recording: Choir from Collegium Musicum of University of Michigan; Thomas Taylor, conductor; Thomas Warburton, organ and harpsichord.
Description: xii, 257 pages : illustrations, color frontis. ; 22 cm + 1 audio disc (analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo. ; 7 in.)
Contents: Foreword --
The early years. Maximilian's heritage ; Maximilian's youth ; Music in the empire, ca. 1440-ca. 1480 --
Maximilian in the Netherlands (1477-1488). Music at the courts of Philip the Good and Charles the Bold ; Maximilian at the court of Burgundy ; Music at the Burgundian court under Mary and Maximilian ; Maximilian becomes king of the Romans --
The king of the Romans assumes his empire. Maximilian forms his musical household --
The emperor at his zenith. Augsburg around 1500 ; Developments in the Low Countries : 1500-1504 ; The fateful years : 1504-1507 ; From Constance to Trent : 1506-1508 ; Music at Constance --
The end of an era. Music on the campaign trail ; Maximilian aspires to the papcy ; The old order changes : 1512-1516 ; Maximilian's last active years ; The Augsburg Reichstag of 1518 ; The journey to Wels ; Aftermath --
Music by Maximilian's composers --
Introduction --
Isaac : Kyrie Magnae Deus from Choralis Constantinus Book III --
Isaac : Ursula sequence from Choralis Constantinus Book III --
Isaac : Missa Super une musicque de Biscaye --
Rener : Missa Dominicalis --
Isaac : Virgo prudentissima --
Polyphonic Lieder. Senfl : Ich stuend an einem Morgen --
Isaac : Es wolt ein Meidlein grasen gan --
Ein frolich Wesen : [four keyboard arrangments / by Isaac or Barbireau, Pierre de la Rue, Leonhard Kleber, and Paul Hofhaimer]. [Recording contents]. Kyrie "Magnae Deus" : from Choralis Constantinus, Book III / Heinrich Isaac --
Es wolt ein Meidlein / Heinrich Isaac --
Ich stuend an einem Morgen / Ludwig Senfl --
Ein frolich Wesen : keyboard arrangments / by Pierre de la Rue, Kleber and Paul Hofhaimer.
Responsibility: Louise Cuyler.

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