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The science and art of Renaissance music

Author: James Haar; Paul E Corneilson
Publisher: Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, ©1998.
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"As a distinguished scholar of Renaissance music, James Haar has had an abiding influence on how musicology is undertaken, owing in great measure to a substantial body of articles published over the past three decades. Collected here for the first time are representative pieces from those years, covering diverse themes of continuing interest to him and his readers: music in Renaissance culture, problems of theory as  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: James Haar; Paul E Corneilson
ISBN: 0691028745 9780691028743
OCLC Number: 36648511
Notes: Collection of previously published essays.
Description: xiv, 389 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: MUSIC IN THE SIXTEENTH-CENTURY: A Sixteenth-century attempt at music criticism --
The courtier as musician: Castiglione's view of the science and art of music --
Cosimo Bartoli on music --
ASPECTS OF RENAISSANCE MUSIC THEORY: The frontispiece of Gafori's Practica Musicae (1496) --
False relations and chromaticism in Sixteenth-Century music --
Zarlino's definition of fugue and imitation --
Lessons in theory from a Sixteenth-Century composer --
Josquin as interpreted by a Mid-Sixteenth-Century German musician --
ON THE ITALIAN MADRIGAL: The Note Nere Madrigal --
The "Madrigale Arioso": a mid-century development in the Cinquecento Madrigal --
Giovanthomaso Cimello as madrigalist --
ANTONFRANCESCO DONI: WRITER, ACADEMICIAN, AND MUSICIAN: Notes on the Dialogo della Musica of Antonfrancesco Doni --
A gift of madrigals to Cosini I: The Ms. Florence, Bibl. Naz. Centrale, Magl. XIX, 130 --
The Libraria of Antonfrancesco Doni --
RENAISSANCE MUSIC IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY EYES: Berlioz and the "First Opera" --
Music of the Renaissance as viewed by the Romantics.
Responsibility: James Haar ; edited by Paul Corneilson.
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As a scholar of Renaissance music, James Haar has had an abiding influence on how musicology is undertaken, owing to several articles published over years. This work collects representative pieces  Read more...

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An Outstanding Book by the Gustavus Meyers Center for the Study of Human Rights in North America for 1998

 
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