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Monteverdi and his contemporaries

Author: Tim Carter
Publisher: Aldershot ; Burlington, USA : Ashgate, ©2000.
Series: Collected studies, CS690.
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An exploration of Monteverdi and his contemporaries. It discusses the rise of the "new music" for solo voice and basso continuo in late 16th- and early 17th-century Florence, then moves on to broader  Read more...

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Carter, Tim, 1954-
Monteverdi and his contemporaries.
Aldershot ; Burlington, USA : Ashgate, c2000
(OCoLC)654128988
Named Person: Claudio Monteverdi
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tim Carter
ISBN: 0860788237 9780860788232
OCLC Number: 44728099
Description: 1 v. (various pagings) : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Music Publishing in Italy, c. 1580-c. 1625: Some Preliminary Observations (Royal Musical Association Research Chronicle 20. London, 1986-87) --
On the Composition and Performance of Caccini's Le nuove musiche (1602) (Early Music 12. Oxford, 1984) --
Caccini's Amarilli, mia bella: Some Questions (and a Few Answers) (Journal of the Royal Musical Association 113. Oxford, 1988) --
New Songs for Old? Guarini and the Monody (Guarini: la musica, i musicisti, ed. Angelo Pompilio. Lucca, 1997) --
'An Air New and Grateful to the Ear': The Concept of Aria in Late Renaissance and Early Baroque Italy (Music Analysis 12. Oxford, 1993) --
Artusi, Monteverdi, and the Poetics of Modern Music (Musical Humanism and its Legacy: Essays in Honor of Claude V. Palisca, ed. N. K. Baker and B. R. Hanning. Stuyvesant, NY, 1992) --
'Sfogava con le stelle' Reconsidered: Some Thoughts on the Analysis of Monteverdi's Mantuan Madrigals (Claudio Monteverdi: studi e prospettive; atti del convegno, Mantova, 21-24 ottobre 1993, ed. P. Besutti, T. M. Gialdroni and R. Baroncini. Florence, 1998) --
Resemblance and Representation: Towards a New Aesthetic in the Music of Monteverdi ('Con che soavita': Studies in Italian Opera, Song and Dance, 1580-1740, ed. Iain Fenlon and Tim Carter. Oxford, 1995) --
Possente spirto: On Taming the Power of Music (Early Music 21. Oxford, 1993) --
Intriguing Laments: Sigismondo d'India, Claudio Monteverdi, and Dido alla parmigiana (1628) (Journal of the American Musicological Society 49. Chicago, 1996).
Series Title: Collected studies, CS690.
Responsibility: Tim Carter.

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