Reading Renaissance Music Theory

Enth. u.a. "The polyphony of Heinrich Glarean's 'Dodecachordon'" (S. 115-176).

Author: Cristle Collins Judd

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

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Enth. u.a. "The polyphony of Heinrich Glarean's 'Dodecachordon'" (S. 115-176).

Musical Theory in the Renaissance

43 On Glarean's examples, see Judd, "Musical Commonplace Books"; Reading
Renaissance Music Theory, Chapters 5-6. 44 Palisca, "Mode Ethos," pp. 129-30.
For a later synopsis of the dodecachordal modal system, see Table 13.2, p. 416.

Author: CristleCollins Judd

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1351556835

Category: Music

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This volume of essays draws together recent work on historical music theory of the Renaissance. The collection spans the major themes addressed by Renaissance writers on music and highlights the differing approaches to this body of work by modern scholars, including: historical and theoretical perspectives; consideration of the broader cultural context for writing about music in the Renaissance; and the dissemination of such work. Selected from a variety of sources ranging from journals, monographs and specialist edited volumes, to critical editions, translations and facsimiles, these previously published articles reflect a broad chronological and geographical span, and consider Renaissance sources that range from the overtly pedagogical to the highly speculative. Taken together, this collection enables consideration of key essays side by side aided by the editor?s introductory essay which highlights ongoing debates and offers a general framework for interpreting past and future directions in the study of historical music theory from the Renaissance.

Music Theory and Natural Order from the Renaissance to the Early Twentieth Century

Explores the ways music theory has represented and employed natural order since the scientific revolution.

Author: Professor of Music Harvard University Suzannah Clark

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521771917

Category: Music

Page: 243

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Explores the ways music theory has represented and employed natural order since the scientific revolution.

Yearbook of the Alamire Foundation

On further consideration, however, the use of examples in medieval and
Renaissance theory treatises, as with any ... 2 C . JUDD , Reading Renaissance
Music Theory: Hearing with the Eyes , (I . B ENT ed . , Cambridge Studies in
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Musical Theory in the Renaissance

This volume of essays draws together recent work on historical music theory of the Renaissance.

Author: CristleCollins Judd

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1351556843

Category: History

Page: 640

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This volume of essays draws together recent work on historical music theory of the Renaissance. The collection spans the major themes addressed by Renaissance writers on music and highlights the differing approaches to this body of work by modern scholars, including: historical and theoretical perspectives; consideration of the broader cultural context for writing about music in the Renaissance; and the dissemination of such work. Selected from a variety of sources ranging from journals, monographs and specialist edited volumes, to critical editions, translations and facsimiles, these previously published articles reflect a broad chronological and geographical span, and consider Renaissance sources that range from the overtly pedagogical to the highly speculative. Taken together, this collection enables consideration of key essays side by side aided by the editor‘s introductory essay which highlights ongoing debates and offers a general framework for interpreting past and future directions in the study of historical music theory from the Renaissance.

Yearbook of the Alamire Foundation

On further consideration , however , the use of examples in medieval and
Renaissance theory treatises , as with any ... C . JUDD , Reading Renaissance
Music Theory : Hearing with the Eyes , ( I . BENT ed . , Cambridge Studies This
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Author: Bruno Bouckaert

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Music and Mathematics

An indissoluble link thus seems to unite poetry and music . The idea had the
necessary elements to capture the interest of specialists in music theory , and the
most famous among ... Cristle Collins Judd , Reading Renaissance Music Theory
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Author: Philippe Vendrix

Publisher: Brepols Pub

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Page: 394

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Music Theory and Analysis

Author: Anne-Emmanuelle Ceulemans

Publisher: Publication Collège Erasme

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Category: Music

Page: 440

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A Performer s Guide to Renaissance Music

But there are aspects of Renaissance theory that are directly applicable to
performance , and an understanding of their derivation and use will enhance the
quality of any performing , reading , or listening experience . These condensed ...

Author: Jeffery T. Kite-Powell

Publisher: Schirmer G Books

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Category: Music

Page: 379

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Handleiding waarin in 10 hoofdstukken alle aspecten van de Renaissance muziek, zowel theoretish als praktisch, worden behandeld

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323 Reading Renaissance music theory. Hearing ... 325 Music theory and
natural order from the Renaissance to the early twentieth-century, by S. Clark, A.
Rehding. ... 325 Music and musicians in Renaissance cities and towns, by F.
Kisby.

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Crist bal de Morales

Author: Owen Rees

Publisher: Boydell Press

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Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 426

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A comprehensive survey of the music of Cristbal de Morales, the leading Spanish composer of his time.

History Of Music Theory Books I And Ii

... Renaissance music theory and provides a survey of the subject which is
available nowhere else . This translation was conceived for the student
beginning these studies and for the interested reader lacking the necessary
language facility .

Author: Hugo Riemann

Publisher: Da Capo Press, Incorporated

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Category: Composition (Music)

Page: 435

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Journal of Music Theory

Virginia Hancock's “ Brahms's Links with German Renaissance Music : a
Discussion of Selected Choral Works ... 180 , for instance , that the Kopfton G2
starts in bar 7 , but leaves it to the reader's imagination to follow its structural
descent .

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Journal of Music Theory Pedagogy

This facilitates sight reading skills for modulating music to nearly - related keys .
... D. Renaissance Music Modes are introduced by comparing and contrasting do
, re , mi , so , la , pentatonic melodies with ionian , dorian , phrygian , mixolydian ...

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Composers at Work

She concludes with case studies detailing the working methods of Francesco Corteccia, Henricus Isaac, Cipriano de Rore, and Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina. This book will change the way we analyze and understand early music.

Author: Jessie Ann Owens

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780195351668

Category: Music

Page: 345

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How did Renaissance composers write their music? In this revolutionary look at a subject that has fascinated scholars for years, musicologist Jessie Ann Owens offers new and striking evidence that contrary to accepted theory, sixteenth-century composers did not use scores to compose--even to write complex vocal polyphony. Drawing on sources that include contemporary theoretical treatises, documents and letters, iconographical evidence, actual fragments of composing slates, and numerous sketches, drafts, and corrected autograph manuscripts, Owens carefully reconstructs the step-by-step process by which composers between 1450 and 1600 composed their music. The manuscript evidence--autographs of more than thirty composers--shows the stages of work on a wide variety of music--instrumental and vocal, sacred and secular--from across most of Renaissance Europe. Her research demonstrates that instead of working in full score, Renaissance composers fashioned the music in parts, often working with brief segments, according to a linear conception. The importance of this discovery on editorial interpretation and on performance cannot be overstated. The book opens with a broad picture of what has been known about Renaissance composition. From there, Owens examines the teaching of composition and the ways in which musicians and composers both read and wrote music. She also considers evidence for composition that occurred independent of writing, such as composing "in the mind" or composing with instruments. In chapters on the manuscript evidence, she establishes a typology both of the sources themselves and of their contents (sketches, drafts, fair copies). She concludes with case studies detailing the working methods of Francesco Corteccia, Henricus Isaac, Cipriano de Rore, and Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina. This book will change the way we analyze and understand early music. Clear, provocative, and painstakingly researched, Composers at Work: The Craft of Musical Composition 1450-1600 makes essential reading for scholars of Renaissance music as well as those working in related fields such as sketch studies and music theory.

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CONTINUED EARLY MUSIC HIST , 20 2001 Ludwig Senft and the Judas trope :
Composition and religious toleration at the Bavarian court . ... J. Dyer .279
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Notes

The important issues addressed Zarlino ' s Song of Songs Motets , " finds by the
specialized articles in this collection ... in Judd ' s recent book , Reading
Renaissance small number of similar compilations on Music Theory : Hearing
with the ...

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Medien vor den Medien

Jahrhunderts kommt es zu einem Streit in der Musiktheorie , der mit der Laute
ausgefochten wird . Gioseffo Zarlino ( 151790 ) und Vincenzo ... S. 364-406 ; dies
. , Reading Renaissance Music Theory . Hearing with the Eyes . Cambridge 2000
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