Music History During the Renaissance Period, 1520-1550: A Documented Chronology

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Greenwood Publishing Group, 2004 - 535 páginas

This annotated chronology of western music is the third in a series of outlines on the history of music in western civilization. It contains a 120-page annotated bibliography, followed by a detailed, documented outline that is divided into ten chapters. Each chapter is written in chronological order with every line being documented by means of abbreviations that refer to the annotated bibliography. There are short biographies of the theorists and detailed discussions of their works. The information on music is organized by classes of music rather than by composer. Also included are lists of manuscripts with descriptions of their contents and notations as to where they may be found. The material for the outline has been taken from primary and secondary sources along with articles from periodicals.

Like the other two volumes in this series, Music History from the Late Roman through the Gothic Periods, 313-1425 and Music History During the Renaissance Period, 1425-1520, this volume will be an important research tool for anyone interested in music history.

 

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Índice

Theorists and Theoretical Sources
123
B Lodovico Fogliano
126
C Giovanni del Lago Zanetto
127
D Martin Agricola
129
E Heinrich Glarean
130
F Giovanni Maria Lanfranco
133
G Sebald Heyden
134
L Nicolaui Liiteniui
135
D Published Sources of Latin Music for the Lutheran Church
280
E The Performance of Lutheran Church Music
282
F Lutheran Church Music at Leipzig
283
G Published Sources of Lutheran Music at Leipzig
284
H Lutheran Church Music at Augsburg
285
K The Published Psalters in Southern Switzerland
288
L Protestant Music in Northern Switzerland
291
N The BohemianMoravian Brethren Unitas fratrum
292

Science of Music
137
B Changes in Modal Theory
138
C Tonality
140
D The Current Conception of the Gamut
142
E Consonances and Dissonances
147
Intonation
148
Temperament
150
Musica practical Performance Didactics
154
Chain Reactions
168
D Pitch
169
E Text Underlay
170
F Ornamentation
173
Composition
177
B The Evolution of Musica poetica
178
Notation
184
C Tablatures
187
D Clefs Used in Sixteenth Century Polyphony
193
E Accidental Signatures Key Signatures
195
F Conflicting Signatures Partial Signatures
196
G Note nere
197
Sacred Latin Music for the Catholic Church on the Continent
199
B Polyphony for the Ordinary and Proper of the Mass
200
C Music for the Passion
219
D Polyphony for the Office
221
E The Motet
233
F Performance Practices of Sacred Latin Music
253
Sacred Music for the Reformed Church on the Continent
256
C Published Sources of Vernacular Music for the Lutheran Church
272
O Dutch Psalm Books
293
B The PreReformation Rite
297
C The Establishment of Distinctive Music for the PreReformation Liturgy
300
D The Reformation Period in England from ca 1547 to ca 1550
302
E The Development of the Music for the Early Anglican Rite
304
F The Sacred Latin Music for the Reformed English Church
307
G The Sacred Vernacular Music for the Reformed English Church
357
U Performance Practices
364
Secular Vocal Music
366
B The Italian Canzone
393
C The Italian Madrigal
395
D The Italian Villotta
422
E The Italian Villanella of ca 15301550
424
F The Neapolitan Mascherata
436
G English Secular Music
438
H Solo Song
442
I Art Song
446
J The Ceremonial Motet
451
Instrumental Music
455
Liturgical Organ Music
462
C Music for the Lute
493
D Music for the Viol
498
E Music for the Vihuela
499
F Music for Ensemble
501
Index of Persons
507
Index of Works
511
Subject Index
527
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Sobre el autor (2004)

BLANCHE GANGWERE has worked as a high school music teacher, a church organist, and choir director. She is also the author of Music History from the Late Roman through the Gothic Periods, 313-1425 (Greenwood Press, 1986) and Music History During the Renaissance Period, 1425-1520: A Documented Chronology (Greenwood Press, 1991).

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