Music in Renaissance Florence: Studies and Documents

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Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2006 - 330 páginas
Based primarily on previously unpublished documents, the studies assembled here in this first selection by Frank D'Accone set the background for the musical efflorescence that occurred in Florence in the later 15th century and for the emergence in the early 16th century of a new Florentine school of composers. He traces the origins and development of musical chapels at the Cathedral and Baptistery, and the growth of musical establishments at several other churches such as the Santissima Annunziata, Santa Trinita and San Lorenzo.
 

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Acknowledgements xiv
224
il códice di
239
Music and musicians at Santa Maria del Fiore in
253
The singers of San Giovanni in Florence during
290
Lorenzo the Magnificent and music 259290
259
Some neglected composers in the Florentine chapels
279
Sacred music in Florence in Savonarolas time 311354
311
new and unpublished
319
Addenda and Corrigenda
331
Index 113
258
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Sobre el autor (2006)

Frank A. D'Accone is Professor Emeritus of Music at the University of California, Los Angeles, USA.

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