|提及的人：||Josquin, des Prez; Josquin, Desprez|
Arie Albertus Clement; Eric Jas
|注意：||Includes index of compositions.|
|描述：||xv, 247 pages, 7 pages of plates : illustrations, music ; 30 cm.|
|内容：||Sacred works. On the sublime in Josquin's Marian motets / Willem Elders ; Playing with plainchant: seven motet openings by Josquin and what we can learn from them / John Milsom ; The simplicity of sublimity in Josquin's psalm-motets / Wolfgang Fuhrmann ; Domine, quis habitabit in tabernaculo tuo? A neglected psalm setting in Antico's Motetti novi e chanzoni franciose / Jaap van Benthem ; Strange polyphonic borrowings : Josquin's Missa Faysant regretz / Andrea Lindmayr-Brandl ; Two singularly transmitted magnificat settings / Martin Just --
Secular works. Josquin's three-part chansons : a case of the sublime? / Nicole Schwindt ; Josquin À l'ombre des buissonets : arborescent design and popular song in his four-voice secular music / Fabrice Fitch ; Josquin, the multi-voice chanson, and the sublime / Richard Freedman --
Reception. Fortune's fate : Josquin and the Nürnberg mass prints of 1539 / Stephanie P. Schlagel ; Did Leonardo paint Josquin? New light on the musician in the Ambrosiana / Walter Testolin ; Josquin before 1919 : sources for a reception history / Carlo Fiore.
|叢書名：||Collection "Epitome musical."|
|責任：||edited by Albert Clement and Eric Jas.|
The principal goal of this collection is to investigate and discover elements in Josquin's musical style that have won the composer his unequalled reputation, a reputation that has been described in the most laudatory words from the beginning of the 16th century onwards. If Josquin's talent 'has brought all the arts to life' (anonymous distich, Basilica of S. Sisto in Piacenca, 1514) indeed, if 'his genius is indescribable and we can be amazed at it more than we can treat it worthily' (Glarean, Dodecachordon), and if he truly 'has opened the eyes of all those who rejoice in his art or who will rejoice in the future' (Cosimo Bartoli, Ragionamenti accademici), then we can safely state that many of his compositions must be nothing less than 'sublime'.