|类型/形式：||Criticism, interpretation, etc
Noyses, sounds, and sweet aires"
Washington, D.C. : Folger Shakespeare Library, c2006
Jessie Ann Owens; Folger Shakespeare Library.
|注意：||"Published in conjunction with the exhibition 'Noyses, sounds, and sweet aires': Music in Early Modern England presented at The Folger Shakespeare Library®, Washington, DC, from June 2 through September 9, 2006"--T.p. verso.|
|描述：||222 p. : ill., music ; 28 cm.|
Introduction: Soundscapes of early modern England / Jessie Ann Owens --
"What means this noise?" / Bruce R. Smith --
Ballads in Shakespeare's world / Ross W. Duffin --
John Playford and the English musical market / Stacey Houck --
Music and the cult of Elizabeth: the politics of panegyric and sound / Jeremy Smith --
Reading between the lines: Catholic and Protestant polemic in Elizabethan and Jacobean sacred music / Craig Monson --
"If any of you be mery let hym synge psalmes": the culture of psalms in church and home / Nicholas Temperley --
Notes to the catalogue --
Suggestions for further reading --
Notes on contributors.
|其他题名：||Music in early modern England|
|责任：||compiled and edited by Jessie Ann Owens.|
From the Publisher: Church bells ring the time, street vendors cry out their wares, ballad-singers push the latest scandal, and music spills from tavern doors-these are the sounds of the City of London in the early seventeenth century. Even the relative silence of the night is broken by the bellman's ringing. "Noyses, sounds, and sweet aires" explores the "soundworlds" of early modern England. It leads the reader through streets, into taverns and theaters, to court masques, cathedral services, and individual homes in pursuit of sounds that have long since vanished. Essays by noted scholars explore the noises that echoed through London's streets, the sounds of worlds in collision in an age of political and religious turmoil, and the sweet airs of petty amateurs and seasoned professionals preserved in manuscripts, printed books, images, and musical instruments-the material remains of musical culture. Contributors include Ross W. Duffin, Stacey Jocoy Houck, Craig Monson, Bruce R. Smith, Jeremy Smith, and Nicholas Temperley.
- Music -- England -- 16th century -- Exhibitions.
- Music -- England -- 17th century -- Exhibitions.
- Music -- England -- 16th century -- History and criticism.
- Music -- England -- 17th century -- History and criticism.
- Folger Shakespeare Library -- Exhibitions.
- Folger Shakespeare Library.