Music and Ideas in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries

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University of Illinois Press, 25 jan. 2006 - 302 pagina's
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Offers a master musicologist's demonstration of the surprising interrelationships between music and the intellectual history. This book shows Claude Palisca at the height of his powers, discussing the relationships between musical style and history, the influence of humanism on the revival of music theory, and competing notions of style.
 

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Inhoudsopgave

I Musical Change and Intellectual History
1
II Universal Harmony
13
The AntiTheoretical Reaction
28
IV The Poetics of Musical Composition
49
V Humanist Revival of the Modes and Genera
71
VI Humanist Reaction to Polyphony
99
VII Theories of Monody and Dramatic Music
107
VIII Music and Scientific Discovery
131
Styles and Genres
161
X Theories of the Affections and Imitation
179
XI Music and Rhetoric
203
Appendix of Principal Treatises Cited
233
Bibliography
243
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Over de auteur (2006)

Claude V. Palisca (1921-2001) was Henry L. and Lucy G. Moses Professor of Music at Yale University. Thomas J. Mathiesen is the director of the Center for the History of Music Theory and Literature at Indiana University.

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