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Theories of fugue : from the age of Josquin to the age of Bach

Theories of fugue : from the age of Josquin to the age of Bach

Author: Paul Mark Walker
Publisher: Rochester : University of Rochester Press, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

An analysis of the history and methodology of the pre-Bach baroque fugue.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Mark Walker
ISBN: 9781580460293 1580460291 9781580461504 1580461506
OCLC Number: 644491200
Description: 485 p
Contents: Fugue in the High RenaissanceFugue at the End of the Renaissance, Part I: Italy and the NetherlandsFugue at the End of the Renaissance, Part II: GermanyGerman Theory During the Thirty Years War: Fugue in Latin School Music TextsItalian Influence on German Fugal Theory, 1640-1680Instrumental Fugue and the Emergence of Fugal Structure in the Third Quarter of the Seventeenth CenturyInvertible Counterpoint and the Hamburg Circle of TheoristsFugal Theory, 1680-1710Fugal Theory in German Lexicographic TextsFugal Theory, 1710-1740; Mattheson and Fux
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Distilling and organizing the contents of several hundred primary sources, Paul Mark Walker is especially to be commended for his thorough investigation of German manuscript sources, and he achieves Read more...

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