Meter in Music, 1600-1800: Performance, Perception, and Notation

Indiana University Press, 1987 - 174 páginas
0 Reseñas
Las reseñas no se verifican, pero Google comprueba si hay contenido falso y lo retira una vez identificado
While the notation of 17th- and 18th-century music looks familiar, its meanings and the treatment of meter in performance have evolved dramatically. When performed according to the conventions of its own time, the music of 1600-1800 balances precision and flexibility, with an enchanting lilt, grace, and vitality. With many quotations and musical examples from theoretical treatises and instruction manuals of the period, Meter in Music is a practical guide to the performance of Baroque and early Classical music, with guidance on notes inegales, fingerings, bowings, and woodwind tonguings.

Dentro del libro

Comentarios de usuarios - Escribir una reseña

No hemos encontrado ninguna reseña en los sitios habituales.


The Origins of the Measure in the Seventeenth
Time Signatures in the Eighteenth Century
Quantitative Meters in Poetry
The Perception of Meter
Articulation of Quantitative Meter
Accent as Measure Articulation and as Measure
Rhythmopoeia According
Página de créditos

Otras ediciones - Ver todo

Términos y frases comunes

Pasajes populares

Página 158 - A Treatise on the Art of Music; in Which the Elements of Harmony and Air Are Practically Considered...
Página 153 - THE PRINCIPLES OF MUSIK IN Singing and Setting: with the twofold use thereof (Ecclesiasticall and Civil) by CHARLS BUTLER Magd.
Página 156 - La Tonotechnie, ou l'art de noter les cylindres, et tout ce qui est susceptible de notage dans les instruments de concerts mécaniques; Paris, 1775, iu-tt".

Información bibliográfica