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Author: Piero Weiss; Richard Taruskin
Publisher: New York : Schirmer Books ; London : Collier Macmillan, ©1984.
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From the Back Cover: Here is a rich selection of source readings that are not only important historical documents, but also fascinating eyewitness accounts of musicians and music-making from ancient Greece to the present day. More than 200 letters, notes, reviews, biographical sketches, memoirs, manifestos, works of criticism and theory, and a wealth of first-hand descriptions bring alive every musical period-and  Read more...
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Music in the Western World.
New York : Schirmer Books ; London : Collier Macmillan, ©1984
(OCoLC)635451643
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Piero Weiss; Richard Taruskin
ISBN: 0028729102 9780028729107 0028729005 9780028729008
OCLC Number: 9783893
Description: xiv, 556 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Preface --
Part 1: Heritage Of Antiquity: --
Orpheus and the magical powers of music (Ovid) --
Pythagoras and the numerical properties of music (Nicomachus) --
Plato's musical idealism --
Aristotle on the purposes of music --
Kinship of music and rhetoric (Quintilian) --
Music in temple and synagogue: Judaic heritage (bible, Philo of Alexandria) --
Music in the Christian churches of Jerusalem, c A D 400 (Egeria) --
Part 2: Middle Ages: --
Church fathers of psalmody and on the dangers of unholy music (St Basil, St John Chrysostom, Origen of Alexandria, Eusebius of Caesarea, Honorius of Autun) --
Testimony of St Augustine --
Transmission of the classical legacy (Boethius, Shakespeare) --
Music as a liberal art (Scholia enchiriadis) --
Before notation (Isidore of Seville, St Augustine, John the Deacon, Notker Balbulus, Costumal of St Benigne) --
Embellishing the liturgy (Notker Balbulus, Ethelwold) --
Musical notation and its consequences (Odo of Cluny, Guido of Arezzo, Chaucer) --
Music in courtly life (Raimbaut de Vaqueiras, Roman de la rose) --
Emergence of polyphony (Aldhelm, Scotus Erigena, Hucbald, Regino of Prum, Giraldus Cambrensis, Anon, IV, John of Salisbury) --
Forms and practices of music, c 1300 (Johannes de Grocheo, Aegidius of Murino) --
First musical Avant-Garde (Jean de Muris, Jacobus of Liege, John XXII, motet and madrigal texts) --
Life of Francesco Landini (Filippo Villani) --
Letter from Guillaume de Machaut --
Part 3: Renaissance: --
Fount and origin (Martin Le Franc, Tinctoris) --
Music at church and state festivities in the early renaissance (Manetti, d'Escouchy) --
Triumph of Emperor Maximilian --
Music as a business (Petrucci, Francis I, Tallis and Byrd) --
Music in Castiglione's Courtier --
Josquin des Prez in the eyes of his contemporaries (Glareanus, Gian, Coclico, Luther) --
Luther and music (Luther, Walther, parody texts) --
Swiss reformers (Calvin) --
Reformation in England (cathedral injunctions, John Bull) --
High renaissance style (Aron, Zarlino) --
Willaert the reformer (Zarlino, Stocker) --
Music at a Medici wedding (Giunti) --
Lasso and Palestrina as revealed in their letters --
Life of the church musician (Constitutiones Capellae Pontificiae, Zarlino, etc) --
Genres of music in the high renaissance (Morley, Cerone, Vicentino) --
Counter reformation (Bishop Franco, Council of Trent, Palestrina, Animuccia, Ruffo, Gregory XIII, Coryat) --
Palestrina: fact and legend (Agazzari, Cresollio, Guidiccioni, Baini, Palestrina) --
Madrigals and Madrigalism (Mazzone, Zarlino-Morley) --
Gesualdo, Nobleman musician (Fontanelli) --
Most musical court in Europe (Bottrigari, Giustiniani) --
Music and dancing as social graces (anonymous conversation book, Arbeau, Byrd, Morley, Shakespeare) --
Renaissance instrumentalists (Tinctoris, Ventemille, cathedral and municipal documents) --
Radical humanism: end of the Renaissance (Vicentino, Mersenne, Le Jeune, Galilei) --
Part 4: Baroque: --
Birth of a new music (Caccini) --
Second practice (Artusi, Monteverdi) --
Earliest operas (Gagliano, Striggio) --
Basso Continuo and figured bass (Agazzari, Banchieri) --
From the letters of Monteverdi --
Schutz recounts his career --
Doctrine of figures (Bernhard) --
Music and scientific empiricism (Milton, Bacon) --
Music in the churches of Rome, 1639 (Maugars) --
Music under the sun king (Pierre Rameau) --
Rationalistic distaste for opera (Corneille, Saint-Evremond, La Bruyere) --
New sound ideal (Mersenne, Le Blanc) --
Baroque sonata (North, Purcell, Couperin) --
Modern concert life is born (North) --
Mature Baroque: Doctrine of the affections (Descartes, Mattheson) --
Art of music reduced to rational principles (J P Rameau) --
Earliest musical conservatories (Burney) --
Castrato singers (Burney) --
Conventions of the opera seria (Goldoni) --
Opera audiences in eighteenth-century Italy (Sharp) --
Domenico Scarlatti at the harpsichord (Burney) --
Traveler's impressions of Vivaldi (Uffenbach) --
Couperin on his Pieces de Clavecin --
Piano is invented (Maffei) --
Addison and Steele poke fun at Handel's first London opera --
Some contemporary documents relating to Handel's oratorios --
Bach's duties and obligations at Leipzig --
Bach remembered by his son --
Bach's obituary (C P E Bach, Agricola) --
Part 5: Pre-Classical Period: --
Cult of the natural (Heinichen, Scheibe) --
Advice and opinions of an Italian singing master (Tosi) --
From Geminiani's violin tutor --
From Quantz's treatise on flute playing --
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach on playing keyboard instruments --
Rise of the Italian comic opera style (La serva padrona, d'Holbach, Hiller) --
From Rousseau's Dictionary of Music --
Part 6: Classical Period: --
Side trip into aesthetics (Rousseau, Avison, Beattie, Twining, Smith, Kant) --
Haydn's duties in the service of Prince Esterhazy --
Gluck's operatic manifesto --
Some general thoughts on music by Dr Burney --
Frederick the Great gives a concert (Burney) --
Young Mozart as a scientific curiosity (Barrington) --
From Mozart's letters --
Haydn's reception in London (Burney, London dailies) --
Sonata form and the symphony described by a contemporary of Haydn (Kollmann) --
Musical episode of the French Revolution --
Vienna, 1800 --
Beethoven's Heiligenstadt testament --
First reactions to Beethoven's 'Eroica' symphony --
Contemporary portrait of Beethoven --
First performance of Beethoven's ninth symphony --
Part 7: Later Nineteenth Century: Romanticism And Other Preoccupations: --
Music as a proper occupation for the British female (Burgh) --
Leigh Hunt on Rossini --
Schubert remembered by a friend (Spaun) --
Paganini, the spectacular virtuoso (Hunt) --
Virtuoso conductor (Spohr) --
State of music in Italy in 1830 --
From the writings of Berlioz --
Program of the Symphonie Fantastique --
From the writings of Schumann --
Liszt, the all-conquering pianist --
From the writings of Liszt --
Glimpses of Chopin composing, playing the piano --
Mendelssohn and Queen Victoria --
From the writings of Wagner --
Wagner's Beethoven --
Music of the future controversy (Schumann, Liszt, Brendel, Brahms) --
P T Barnum brings the Swedish nightingale to America --
Smetana and the Czech National Style (Novotny) --
New Russian school (Stasov) --
Musorgsky, a musical realist --
Chaikovsky on inspiration and self-expression --
Brahms on composing (Henschel) --
Brahim point of view (Hanslick) --
Verdi at the time of Otello --
Grieg on the Norwegian element in his music --
Post-Wagnerians: Mahler --
Post-Wagnerians: Richard Strauss --
Part 8: Twentieth Century: --
Debussy and musical impressionism --
Questioning basic assumptions (Busoni) --
From the writings of Charles Ives --
Musical expressionism (Schoenberg, Wellesz, et al) --
Retreat to the ivory tower (Berg) --
Death of tonality? (Webern) --
Arnold Schoenberg on composition with twelve tones --
Rite of Spring (Stravinsky, Van Vechten, Cui, Du Mas) --
Futurist manifesto (Russolo) --
New folklorism (Bartok, Stravinsky, Vaughan Williams) --
Cataclysm (Bartok) --
Between the wars (sessions) --
New objectivity (Stravinsky) --
Anti-Romantic Polemics from Stravinsky's autobiography --
Schoenberg on Stravinsky, Stravinsky on Schoenberg --
Cult of Blague: Satie and The Six (Satie, Collet, Milhaud) --
Polytonality (Milhaud) --
Only twentieth-century aesthetic? (Thomson) --
Making of Wozzeck (Berg) --
Approaching the limits of compression (Schoenberg, Webern) --
Assimilation of jazz (Gershwin, Ravel) --
New musical resources (Cowell) --
Retrenchment (Hindemith) --
Music and the social conscience (Weill, Hindemith, Copland) --
Music and ideology (Russian Association of Proletarian Musicians) --
Composer on trial (Prokofiev) --
Outlook after World War II (Thomson) --
New developments in serialism (Boulez, Babbitt) --
Stravinsky the serialist --
Postwar compositional "issues" (sessions) --
Master of organized sound (Varese) --
Music of chance (cage) --
New approaches to the organization of time (Carter) --
Contemporary composer and society (Babbitt, Rochberg) --
Glossary --
Index.
Responsibility: selected and annotated by Piero Weiss and Richard Taruskin.

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