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Reading Renaissance music theory : hearing with the eyes

Author: Cristle Collins Judd
Publisher: Cambridge, UK ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2000.
Series: Cambridge studies in music theory and analysis, 14.
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"This book offers a new perspective on a central group of music theory treatises that have long formed a background to the study of Renaissance music. Taking theorists' music examples as a point of departure, it explores fundamental questions about how music was read, and by whom, situating the reading in specific cultural contexts. In particular this study illuminates the ways in which Renaissance theorists'  Read more...
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Named Person: Pietro Aaron; Sebald Heyden; Henricus Glareanus; Gioseffo Zarlino; Pietro Aaron; Sebald Heyden; Henricus Glareanus; Gioseffo Zarlino; Pietro Aron; Sebald Heyden; Glarean; Gioseffo Zarlino
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Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Cristle Collins Judd
ISBN: 0521771447 9780521771443 0521028191 9780521028196
OCLC Number: 491985983
Description: xxiii, 339 p. : ill., music, facsims. ; 26 cm.
Contents: pt. 1. Beginnings. Prologue: Exempli gratia--
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Music theory incunabula: printed books, printed music --
pt. 2. 1520-1540, Pietro Aron and Sebald Heyden. Pietro Aron and Petrucci's prints --
Music anthologies, theory treatises, and the Reformation : Nuremberg in the 1530s and 1540s --
pt. 3. The polyphony of Heinrich Glarean's Dodecachordon (1547). Exempla, commonplace books, and writing theory --
The polyphony of the Dodecachordon --
pt. 4. Gioseffo Zarlino's Le istitutioni harmoniche (1558). Composition and theory mediated by print culture --
"On the modes" : the citations of Le istitutioni harmoniche, Part IV --
pt. 5. Readings past and present. Exempli gratia : a reception history of Magnus es tu Domine/Tu pauperum refugium --
Epilogue : Reading theorists reading (music).
Series Title: Cambridge studies in music theory and analysis, 14.
Responsibility: Cristle Collins Judd.
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Explores fundamental questions about how music examples were read in Renaissance theory books.  Read more...

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