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The musical dialogue : thoughts on Monteverdi, Bach, and Mozart

Author: Nikolaus Harnoncourt; Reinhard G Pauly
Publisher: Portland, Or. : Amadeus Press, ©1989.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Harnoncourt, Nikolaus.
Musical dialogue.
Portland, Or. : Amadeus Press, ©1989
(OCoLC)654564259
Named Person: Claudio Monteverdi; Johann Sebastian Bach; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nikolaus Harnoncourt; Reinhard G Pauly
ISBN: 093134008X 9780931340086
OCLC Number: 18779433
Notes: Translation of: Der musikalische Dialog.
Description: 220 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: The tonal image of medieval music --
Musical instruments in church and elsewhere --
The great innovation around 1600 --
Tonal aesthetics : is ugly beautiful --
Monteverdi today --
Work and arrangement : the role of instruments --
Work and performance --
Bach and the musicians of his age --
Performance traditions --
The concerto --
The Gamba sonatas : idiomatic sound or Ad Libitum --
The cantatas : at the center of Bach's work --
The wind instruments in Bach's cantatas --
Bach's "Oboe da Caccia" and its reconstruction --
Bach's use of "Parody" --
The first performance of the St. Matthew Passion by the Concentus Musicus --
The St. Matthew Passion : history and tradition --
Mozart was not an innovator --
Mozart : size of orchestras --
Mozart's use of "Allegro" and "Andante" --
From minuet to scherzo --
Mozart : written and unwritten instructions for interpretation. Claudio Monteverdi: discussion of his works. L'Orfeo : text and music ; tempos ; instrumentation and arrangement in L'Orfeo ; Il Ritorno d'Ulisse in Patria ; L'Incoronazione di Poppea ; The Marian Vespers (Vespro della Beata Vergine) --
Johann Sebestian Bach: discussion of works. The Brandenburg concertos ; The St. John Passion ; The St. Matthew Passion ; The history of interpreting Bach's Mass B Minor --
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: discussion of his works. Mozart's dramatic technique as reflected in his Idomeneo correspondence ; Mozart's Requiem : his only work with an autobiographical element : thoughts and impressions.
Other Titles: Musikalische Dialog.
Responsibility: Nikolaus Harnoncourt ; translated by Mary O'Neill ; Reinhard G. Pauly, general editor.

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