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Humanism in Italian Renaissance musical thought

Author: Claude V Palisca
Publisher: New Haven : Yale University Press, ©1985.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Claude V Palisca
ISBN: 0300033028 9780300033021
OCLC Number: 11970931
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xiii, 471 p. : ill., music ; 25 cm.
Contents: Introduction : an Italian Renaissance in music? --
The rediscovery of the ancient sources --
The earliest musical humanists : Pietro d'Abano --
The earliest musical humanists : Giorgio Valla --
The earliest musical humanists : Carlo Valgulio. The proem to Plutarch's De musica ; A reply to an opponent of music ; The translation of the De musica of Plutarch --
The early translators : Burana, Leoniceno, Augio. Giovanni Francesco Burana ; Nicolò Leoniceno ; Giovanni Battista Augio --
Angonio Gogava. Ptolemy's harmonics ; Pseudo-Aristotle's De audibilibus ; Aristoxenus' Harmonic elements ; Bottrigari's corrections --
Harmonies and disharmonies of the spheres. Ugolino of Orvieto ; Giorgio Anselmi ; Franchino Gaffurio ; Gioseffo Zarlino ; Johannes Tinctoris ; Francisco de Salinas ; Giovanni Battista Benedetti ; Celestial harmony as myth and metaphor --
Gaffurio as a humanist --
The ancient Musica speculativa and Renaissance musical science. Franchino Gaffurio ; Ramos de Pareja ; Giovanni Spataro ; Lodovico Fogliano ; Gioseffo Zarlino ; Francisco de Salinas ; Girolamo Fracastoro ; Giovanni Battista Benedetti ; Girolamo Mei and Vincenzo Galilei --
Greek tonality and western modality. Johannes Gallicus ; Erasmus of Höritz ; Giorgio Valla ; Nicolò Leoniceno ; Franchino Gaffurio ; Gioseffo Zarlino ; Francisco de Salinas ; Girolamo Mei ; Vincenzo Galilei ; The tonoi and the waning of modality ; Giovanni Bardi ; Giovanni Battista Doni --
A natural new alliance of the arts. Grammar ; Mei on tonic accent ; Pietro Bembo --
The poetics of music. Music as poetry ; Vincenzo Galilei ; The poetics of imitation ; The case against mimesis : Francesco Patrizi ; Expressing the affections --
Theory of dramatic music. Francesco Patrizi ; Girolamo Mei ; Jacopo Peri.
Responsibility: Claude V. Palisca.

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