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Eighteenth-Century Music in Theory and Practice
by Pendragon Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Alfred Mann (Editor), Mary Ann Parker (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||337|
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Read the full-text online edition of Eighteenth-Century Music in Theory and Practice: Essays in Honor of Alfred Mann (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Eighteenth-Century Music in Theory and Practice Eighteenth-century music in theory and practice. Stuyvesant, NY: Pendragon Press, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Alfred Mann; Alfred (Musikwissenschaftler) Mann; Alfred Mann; Alfred Mann: Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Alfred Mann; Mary Ann Parker Nonetheless, Eighteenth-Century Music in Theory and Practice will attract a readership of the first sort - those researching particular topics - because it includes some strong contributions on various subjects, although, as is generally the case in such collections, the essays vary in :// My book is being published in two versions, one in print form and a second that will be made available only electronically.
To reduce confusion, the versions have different titles. The print edition (also available as an e-book), published by Ashgate, is entitled, “Regimental Practice” by John Buchanan, M.D.: An Eighteenth-Century Medical This book collects key writings about eighteenth century music.
It brings together for the first time in one place, a wide selection of essential documents not only about music theory and practice, but about the historical, philosophical, aesthetic, ideological, and literary debates which held sway during a century when musical thought and criticism gained a privileged position in the culture Eighteenth-Century Music in Theory and Practice: Essays in Honor of Alfred Mann.
Eighteenth-Century Music in Theory and Practice book Edited by Mary Ann Parker. (=Festschrift Series, No) PUBL.
DETAILS: Stuyvesant: Pendragon, x + p. US$ ISBN: TO ORDER: Pendragon Press, PO Box52 White Hill Lane, Hillsdale, NYUSA. SUMMARY: Quo vadis, eighteenth-century music analysis?This is the question I wish to pose ina year marking some notable anniversaries.
It has been ten years since the appearance of Robert Gjerdingen's Music in the Galant Style (New York: Oxford University Press, ), a book that opened up a wide range of new perspectives on eighteenth-century music and simultaneously shook Anglo-American music This book should be required reading for courses that involve eighteenth-century theory in any way.
And it will be of general interest to music theorists and musicologists, because the material covered is basic to those professions, is presented very well, and comes with a strong new point of viewDavid Lewin, Harvard › Society, Politics & Philosophy › Social Sciences › Communication Studies.
This book is about the intersection of two evolving dance-historical realms—theory and practice—during the first two decades of the eighteenth century. France was the source of works on notation, choreography, and repertoire that dominated European dance practice until the › Books › Arts & Photography › Performing Arts.
48 For more information on Kirnberger's view on essential and non-essential dissonances see Lester, Compositional Theory, –, and Demeyere, Ewald, Johann Sebastian Bach's Art of Fugue: Performance Practice Based on German Eighteenth-Century Theory (Leuven: Leuven University Press, ), 59 – Eighteenth-Century Music in Theory and Practice: Essays in Honor of Alfred Mann (Festschrift Series) [Mary Ann Parker] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Pentatonicism from the Eighteenth Century to Debussy offers the first comprehensive account of a widely recognized aspect of music history: the increasing use of pentatonic ("black-key scale") techniques in nineteenth-century Western art-music. Pentatonicism in nineteenth-century music encompasses hundreds of instances, many of which predate by decades the more famous examples of Debussy and 'Luxury in the 18th Century' explores the political, economic, moral and intellectual effects of the production and consumption of luxury goods, and provides a broadly-based account from a variety of perspectives, addressing key themes of economic debate, material culture, the principles of art and taste, luxury as 'female vice' and the :// Theory and Practice in the Eighteenth Century book.
DOI link for Theory and Practice in the Eighteenth Century. Theory and Practice in the Eighteenth Century book. Writing Between Philosophy and Literature. Edited By Alexander Dick, Christina Lupton. Music vs Conscience in Wordsworth’s Poetry – Adam Potkay.
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The individual volumes are self-contained and will include histories of music examined by century as well as histories of opera, music theory and American :// More information about the Italian practice can be found in Barbieri, Patrizio, ‘ Chiavette and Modal Transposition in Italian Practice (c.
–) ’, Recercare 3 (), 3 – 55; Kurtzman, Jeffrey, ‘ Tones, Modes, Clefs and Pitch in Roman Cyclic Magnificats of the 16th Century ’, Early Music 22 / 4 (), – ; and Bonta century music theory.
Rather, this article focuses on Holden’s extraordinary treatise by explicating its speculative theories and contextualizing the work within eighteenth-century music theory and in light of contemporary psy-chology. Perhaps the most exciting aspect of Although known as “the age of reason,” the eighteenth century was actually an era in which many leading moral and political philosophers placed equal emphasis on feeling.
While Enlightenment rationalists such as Immanuel Kant separated reflective reason from the unreflective mental faculties which must obey its commands, their sentimentalist contemporaries such as David Hume, Adam Smith :oso//. 21 The pioneering study of the ‘church keys’, therein called ‘“pitch-key” modes’, was Atcherson, Walter 's ‘ Key and Mode in Seventeenth-Century Music Theory Books ’, Journal of Music Theory 17 / 2 (), – See also Lester, Joel, Between Modes and Keys: German Theory – (Stuyvesant: Pendragon, ); Powers.
Twentieth-Century Music Theory and Practice introduces a number of tools for analyzing a wide range of twentieth-century musical styles and genres.
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Recent developments involving atonal voice leading, K-nets, nonlinearity, and neo-Reimannian transformations are also (). The idea of European music in German eighteenth century music theory and composition practice. History of European Ideas: Vol.
20, No.pp. (95)The chapters situate a range of writers — from Hobbes and Herder, Behn and Burke, to Defoe and Diderot — in relation both to eighteenth-century colonial practices and to key concepts within current postcolonial theory concerning race, globalization, human :osobl//.