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Studies in Italian Sacred and Instrumental Music in the 17th Century

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Baroque music (c 1600 to c 1750), Sacred & religious music, c 1600 to c 1700, Music, Music/Songbooks, Genres & Styles - International, History & Criticism - General, Religious - Christian, 17th century, Church music, History, History and criticism, Italy, Musical instru
SeriesVariorum Collected Studies Series, 749
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ISBN 100860788784
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Book Description. Stephen Bonta's research on seventeenth-century Italian music, particularly for strings, spans more than 30 years. Included in this selection of his published articles is his seminal study of the early history of the bass violin which proved to be the foundation for his subsequent articles on the early history of the violoncello.

Studies in Italian Sacred and Instrumental Music in the 17th Century (Variorum Collected Studies) [Bonta, Stephen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Studies in Italian Sacred and Instrumental Music in the 17th Century (Variorum Collected Studies)Author: Stephen Bonta. Book Description. Although he is often identified as a Monteverdi scholar (Approaches to Monteverdi: Aesthetic, Psychological, Analytical and Historical Studies, published in the Variorum series in ), the majority of Jeffrey Kurtzman’s work has focused on other sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Italian sacred music.

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Free shipping for many products. Britain's Ashgate Publishing Limited released Stephen Bonta's Studies in Italian Sacred and Instrumental Music in the 17th Century, a collection of articles written by Stephen Bonta over the last 30 is the Margaret Bundy Scott Professor of Music, Emeritus.

Fifteen articles, all individually published previously, have been gathered and re-printed in one collection. Vesper and Compline Music for Two Principal Voices: Vesper & Compline Music for Two Principal Voices 1st Edition. By Jeffrey Kurtzman, Anne Schnoebelen, Jeffrey Kurtzman Novem This volume is part of a series of 25 full-score volumes of 17th-century Italian sacred music, a repertoire that has largely been unavailable for study or performance.

The seventeenth century was a period of profound change in the history of music. In this volume Lorenzo Bianconi considers the radical developments of the century as long-lived musical traditions died out and others were created in response to new social functions. This period saw, for example, the flowering of the polyphonic madrigal and its subsequent decline in favour of a new concertato.

The seventeenth century was a period of profound change in the history of music. In this volume Lorenzo Bianconi considers the radical developments of the century as long-lived musical traditions died out and others were created in response to new social functions.

References * Stephen R. Miller ([email protected]) teaches music at the University of the South in Sewanee, Tenn., and is a past editor of 17th-Century Music, the newsletter of the Society for Seventeenth-Century ing with the next issue, he is the Reviews Editor of JSCM.

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1 Laurence Feininger, “La scuola policorale romano del Sei e Settecento,” Collectanea historiae. In the seventeenth century, a COMPOSITION on a sacred text for one or more singers and instrumental accompaniment. Sarabande third movement in a dance suite, featuring triple meter with a distinctive durational stress on the second beat of the measure, slow tempo.

Although he is often identified as a Monteverdi scholar (Approaches to Monteverdi: Aesthetic, Psychological, Analytical and Historical Studies, published in the Variorum series in ), the majority of Jeffrey Kurtzman's work has focused on other sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Italian sacred music.

Crossing Confessional Boundaries: The Patronage of Italian Sacred Music in Seventeenth-Century Dresden. By Mary E. Frandsen. Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press, [xiv, pp, ISBN $] Reviewed by Alexander J. Fisher* 1. Introduction. Johann Georg II and the Ambiguity of Confession. (Italian, 'refrain') (1) In a fourteenth-century MADRIGAL, the closing section, in a different METER from the preceding verses.

(2) In sixteenth- and seventeenth-century vocal music, instrumental introduction or interlude between sung stanzas. (3) In an ARIA or similar piece, an instrumental passage that recurs several times, like a refrain. References *Linda Maria Koldau ([email protected]) is writing her Ph.D.

dissertation at the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität (Bonn) on the sacred music of Claudio Monteverdi and is involved in the research on and editions of seventeenth-century Italian sacred music.[Editor's Note, Ap Linda Koldau's current email address is @]. -> Part 4: Sacred Music in Bologna-> Part 5: Other Italian Composers-> Part 6: Sacred Music in France The music of the s is different from that of the s, both of which contain music that we call baroque.

The baroque music that most of us are familiar with was composed during the s. Italian Baroque sacred music Italian Baroque sacred music Roche, Elizabeth still working for two confraternities in Ferrara.

Each piece exploits the five-part texture in different ways, mixing short solos, duets and trios with tutti passages which nicely blend elements of both prima and seconda prattica.

The violin, now emancipated, and the rest of the violin family will become the mainstay of 17th century music, and in the later part of the century, the concerto will become the medium of expression for this family of instruments, manufactured in Italy by the greatest makers who.

Giovanni Legrenzi (baptized Aug – ) was an Italian composer of opera, vocal and instrumental music, and organist, of the Baroque era. He was one of the most prominent composers in Venice in the late 17th century, and extremely influential in the development of late Baroque idioms across northern Italy.

Composer (lived - ). A master of the sacred concerto and a major figure in 17th century Catholic music. Wrote psalms, motets, and masses for 3 or more choirs with organ. Written mostly for St. Peter's in Rome during the s.

This book is an examination of the uneasy alliance of two confessions, Lutheran and Catholic, at the prominent seventeenth-century Germany court of Dresden.

It examines the implications of this alliance for the repertoire of sacred art music cultivated there; an influential repertoire that has received only scant attention from scholars.

Vesper and Compline Music for Five Principal Voices, Part I (Seventeenth-Century Italian Sacred Music) 1st Edition by Jeffrey Kurtzman (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN.

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This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Format: Library Binding. By the mid-seventeenth century, sacred dramatic music that combined narrative, dialogue, and commentary was known as oratorio The following treatise published by Johann Schein is significant in that it illustrates a blending of Lutheran chorale traditions with the modern Italian style.

Although this review has called attention to some of the logical weaknesses of Brewer’s book, I should emphasize that on the whole the volume constitutes a much-needed step forward in scholarly engagement with the rich repertoire of late-seventeenth-century instrumental music.

Introduction. The Renaissance (), a term not coined until the 19th century, was a period of “rebirth” for classical antiquity (Greek and Roman values, especially those expounded by Cicero). In the Middle Ages, God was the measure of all things, but during the Renaissance man was the measure of all things (humanism, also not coined until the 19th century).

Master of the large-scale sacred concerto in the early 17th century; one of the major figures in 17th century Catholic music. His works include psalms, motets, and masses for three or more choirs with organ, written mostly for St.

Peter's in Rome during the s. Italian Guitar Music of the Seventeenth Century: Battuto and Pizzicato explores this little-known repertoire, providing a historical background and examining particular performance issues.

The book is accompanied by audio examples on a companion website. Lex Eisenhardt is one of Europe's foremost experts on early s: 2. The Songs of Solomon, Volume 1: Music for the Sabbath.

Pro Gloria Musicae PGM ; The Songs of Solomon, Volume 2: Holiday and festival music Jewish sacred music from 17th-century Italy by Salamone Rossi, New York Baroque, dir. Eric Milnes. Troy, NY: Dorian, ; The Song of Solomon and Instrumental Music.

Profeti della Quinta, Ensemble. References * Kimberlyn Montford ([email protected]) teaches music history at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. 1 Craig Monson, Disembodied Voices: Music and Culture in an Early Modern Italian Convent (Berkeley: University of California Press, ); Robert Kendrick, Celestial Sirens: Nuns and their Music in Early Modern Milan (Oxford: Oxford University Press, Book chapter Tag(s): Date: Group(s): Music in the Azores studies Subject(s): Music, Musicology, 17th century, Sacred music, Polyphony Item Type: Article Tag(s): soundscapes, Angra Cathedral, Angra do Group(s): Historical Soundscape Studies, Music in Évora studies Subject(s): Sacred music Item Type: Article Tag(s): Évora, Rocha.

Selected Papers of the Frankfurt Monteverdi Conference (), special issue of the Journal of Seventeenth-Century Music 18 () Studies in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Italian Sacred Music. Ashgate Publishing, Approaches to Monteverdi: Aesthetic, Psychological, Analytical and Historical Studies.

Ashgate Publishing. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages: illustrations, music ; 24 cm. Contents: The musical repertories of the liturgy of southern Italy and Beneventan sources / Bonifacio Baroffio --A new source for the Antiphonale missarum / Max Lütolf --The missal of a church adjacent to the Lateran: Roma Archivio di Stato, MS Sanctissimo Salvatore   The book provides a well-proportioned study that blends the cultural context of seventeenth-century Europe with an examination of the iconic composers and works of the period.

instrumental music, and music in civic and religious rituals. The breadth of Heller's treatment of theatrical music is vast. In addition to Italian opera, the most.Michael Praetorius (probably 28 September – 15 February ) was a German composer, organist, and music theorist. He was one of the most versatile composers of his age, being particularly significant in the development of musical forms based on Protestant hymns.