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Musical humanism and its legacy : essays in honor of Claude V. Palisca

Author: Claude V Palisca; Nancy Kovaleff Baker; Barbara Russano Hanning
Publisher: Stuyvesant, NY : Pendragon Press, ©1992.
Series: Festschrift series, no. 11.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Bibliographie
Named Person: Claude V Palisca; Claude V Palisca
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Claude V Palisca; Nancy Kovaleff Baker; Barbara Russano Hanning
ISBN: 0945193297 9780945193296
OCLC Number: 25131809
Description: xi, 543 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Hermes or Clio? : the transmission of ancient Greek music theory / Thomas J. Mathiesen --
Timotheus at Sparta : the nature of the crime / Martha Maas --
Eriugena, Boethius, and the neoplatonism of Musica and Scolica enchiriadis / Raymond Erickson --
Bottrigari versus sigonio : on Vicentino and his ancient music adapted to modern practice / Maria Rika Maniates --
The self as a taut string : Hobbes and stoic naturalism III / Jamie C. Kassler --
Sixteenth-century Croatian writers on music : a bridge between East and West / Stanislav Tuksar --
Monteverdi's three genera : a study in terminology / Barbara Russano Hanning --
Artusi, Monteverdi, and the poetics of modern music / Tim Carter --
The Seconda pratica, or the imperfections of the composer's voice / Charles S. Brauner --
Why Clemens non Papa did not need a "secret chromatic art" / Ellen S. Beebe. Text and music in Rore's madrigal "Anchor che col partire" / Lewis Lockwood --
Text and tone in Hassler's German songs and their sacred parodies / Kerala J. Synder --
Carissimi's "Oratorios" in search of a genre / Beekman C. Cannon --
Rameau and the Comédie / R. Peter Wolf --
Poetry and music : two episodes in a durable relationship / Leon Plantinga --
"Gerade das Lied wie es dasteht" : on text and meaning in Mendelssohn's Lieder ohne Worte / R. Larry Todd --
Mega-text, mega-music : a crucial dilemma for German romantic opera / Aubrey S. Garlington --
Patterns of recapitulation in the first movements of Mozart's piano concertos / Jane R. Stevens --
An Ars poetica for music : Reicha's system of syntax and structure / Nancy Kovaleff Baker --
Narrative and lyric : fundamental poetic forms of composition / Karol Berger --
Generative processes in a Debussy prelude / Allen Forte. Alban Berg's Four songs, Op. 2 : a tribute to Schoenberg / Bryan R. Simms --
Claude Victor Palisca : the early years / Elizabeth A. Keitel.
Series Title: Festschrift series, no. 11.
Responsibility: edited by Nancy Kovaleff Baker and Barbara Russano Hanning.

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