5 edition of Hexachords in late-renaissance music found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 212-231) and index.
|LC Classifications||ML174 .P55 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 237 p. :|
|Number of Pages||237|
|LC Control Number||97020327|
Renaissance Music Music in Western Europe, (Book): Atlas, Allan W.: Renaissance Music, a textbook for today's classroom, focuses first and foremost on the music, then on the social, political, and economic forces that combined to produce it. Readers are immediately drawn into the subject through Professor Atlas's vivid, energetic writing. Get this from a library! Music in late Renaissance & early baroque Italy. [Tim Carter] -- This book proposes new ways of exploring vocal and instrumental music in northern and central Italy in the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries. The text focuses on the consolidation of the.
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Pike points to rhetoric and hexachords as foundational elements of late-Renaissance music that are no longer readily grasped by present-day listeners.
Accordingly, he defines the purpose of this book as "a study of the ways in which the hexachord was used in the composition of music" (p. This book is the first attempt to fill such a gap in our understanding of hexachords and how they were employed in late-Renaissance music.
Lionel Pike's research covers the period from Willaert to Dowland (c. ) and examines the ways in which the uses of hexachords developed in the hands of different composers. This book is the first attempt to fill such a gap in our understanding of hexachords and how they were employed in late-Renaissance music.
Lionel Pike’s research covers the period from Willaert to Dowland (c. ) and examines the ways in which the uses of hexachords developed in the hands of different composers.
The book concludes with an investigation of English examples of hexachords in vocal and instrumental music. This book is the first attempt to fill such a gap in our understanding of hexachords and how they were employed in late-Renaissance music. Lionel Pike's research covers the period from Willaert to Dowland (c.
) and examines the ways in which the uses of hexachords developed in the hands of different composers. The book concludes with an investigation of English examples of hexachords.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: music ; 24 cm: Contents: Voces Musicales --Emulation and Parody --Sorrow and. First published inthis broad survey includes a large number of musical illustrations and provides an indispensable guide for both students and teachers.
Hexachords and solmization syllables formed the foundations of musical language during. Hexachords, solmization, and musica ficta 3. Renaissance and Manneristic approaches.
Although the transition from medieval to Renaissance style is often placed by recent periodizations at around the epoch of the young Dufay (c. ), the theorists of this epoch such as Prosdocimus and Ugolino might be viewed largely as late Ars Nova (or more generally late medieval).
Renaissance Music, by Allan W. Atlas, is a formidable new addition to Norton’s Introduction to Music History series. Focused foremost on the music and then on the social, political, and economic forces that combined to produce it, this book is the ideal undergraduate textbook for music history classes covering the period from c.
to c. Cited by: 8. Renaissance Music book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Spanning the period from the early fifteenth century to the late sixteen /5.
Renaissance Music, a textbook for today's classroom, focuses first and foremost on the music, then on the social, political, and economic forces that combined to produce it.
Readers are immediately drawn into the subject through Professor Atlas's vivid, energetic writing. Atlas addresses the student directly, in language that is clear and understandable even when it treats complex topics such.
Hexachords, solmization, and musica ficta Table of Contents. Preface. The hexachord system, introduced and developed by Guido d'Arezzo and his colleagues in the 11th century, was a central element of musical practice and culture in medieval Europe, and continued to influence Renaissance and Manneristic practice through the early 17th.
Hexachords, solmization, and musica ficta 2. Expanding the gamut: Musica ficta and "invented" hexachords In the standard gamut, B/Bb is a flexible degree, appearing in different hexachords as either mi or fa - and likewise E/Eb in the same gamut when transposed by a Bb signature.
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The Renaissance Reform of Medieval Music Theory Modern scholars have often portrayed hexachordal solmization – the sight-singing method introduced by the eleventh-century monk Guido of Arezzo – as the diatonic foundation of early music.
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In music, a hexachord (also hexachordon) is a six-note series, as exhibited in a scale (hexatonic or hexad) or tone term was adopted in this sense during the Middle Ages and adapted in the 20th century in Milton Babbitt's serial word is taken from the Greek: ἑξάχορδος, compounded from ἕξ (hex, six) and χορδή (chordē, string [of the lyre], whence "note.
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