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Instrumental Idiom In The 16Th Century: Embellishment Patterns In Arrangements Of Vocal Music

David Lewis 0001, Tim Crawford, Daniel Müllensiefen
2016 Zenodo  
INTRODUCTION A large proportion of surviving solo instrumental music from before the 17th century is made up of arrangements, or intabulations, of pre-existing vocal music, much of it printed in the 16th  ...  had discussed the tradition of instrumental and vocal embellishment through the numerous treatises published in the 16th and early 17th centuries.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1415964 fatcat:ha7rjsxzxnaypg2lxghdg2grrm

Performance Practice Bibliography (1989)

1990 Performance Practice Review  
Models may be present in arrangements of vocal works, as in the Buxheimer Orgelbuch. Did all the parts of a chanson serve as a basis?  ...  Notable developments in the 16th century include the building of instruments in standard sizes enabling groups to play in consorts, a plethora of tutors explaining techniques on various instruments, and  ... 
doi:10.5642/perfpr.199003.02.8 fatcat:ftxzme4fv5gfbnt66wcwc2e7ma

A Look Backward: PPR (1988-1997): Resume and Index

Roland Jackson
1997 Performance Practice Review  
Renaissance (15th to 16th Centuries) Voices and Instruments Vocalizing (singing on a neutral syllable) as a means of realizing parts without text in 15th-century chansons and mass movements is a procedure  ...  Classic Period (late 18th and early 19th Centuries) ' % ' Voices and Instruments The 6-course guitar (from the late 18th-century on) possessed a unique sound and idiom as well as being harmonically more  ... 
doi:10.5642/perfpr.199710.02.11 fatcat:jwh6fly6pbaotlaxnfnjtadjkq

Musical Idiom vs Technical Device in Composition: A Semiotic Perspective [article]

Aleksey Nikolsky
2021 figshare.com  
It then points to the necessity to introduce the notion of "musical idiom" as a requirement for comparative study of expression across different historic periods and techniques.  ...  The paper traces the distinction between the organization of sound into meaningful conventional patterns, and the manner in which a composition is organized technically during different historic periods  ...  Its structural body had been formed earlier, in the mid--16th century, in the diminution practices of the instrumental music.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.14850555.v1 fatcat:tvnjipvuj5ggpgklsaxfwwio7u

Performance Practice Bibliography (1996-1997)

1997 Performance Practice Review  
The reconstruction of sounds of Latin in 16th-century musical settings takes as its starting point English phonology of the time.  ...  A four-course guitar (a small-sized treble-ranged instrument) appears in pictures of the 15th and 16th centuries.  ...  Agricola, Johann Friedrich: and strokes and dots, 131 Aguado, Dionisio: and guitar performance, 148 American sheet music, late 18th to early 19th c., 133 appoggiatura, in 17th c., 70 Arnaut de Zwolle,  ... 
doi:10.5642/perfpr.199710.02.10 fatcat:qmv6ez5j2bevbedvyfbflptvoe

Performance Practice Bibliography (1988)

1989 Performance Practice Review  
Neumann also maintains that Collins's interpretation of a great many (noted) ternary patterns as actually binary, from the 16th to early 18th centuries, overly extends the opinions of certain 17th-century  ...  The treble viol was often called upon in the 17th century to provide instrumental interludes and obbh'gato parts, especially in vocal chamber works.  ... 
doi:10.5642/perfpr.198902.02.9 fatcat:x6ketbfhv5e5pb5uz3z52kz5ru

The Correspondence Between Composition in Fine Arts and Music throughout History [article]

Aleksey Nikolsky
2021 figshare.com  
, on the other hand, might reveal patterns of tonal organization of music that otherwise are hard to identify.  ...  of visual art and the principles of tonal organization of music composition in music works.  ...  Once discovered in vocal music, such organum-like arrangement could have earned its place in instrumental music.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.15081477.v1 fatcat:mc6iigqtvrghvbbryfkdh7qx7y

The Pastoral Origin of Semiotically Functional Tonal Organization of Music

Aleksey Nikolsky
2020 Frontiers in Psychology  
Etic analysis of acoustic parameters is the prime means of cross-examination of the typical patterns of expression of the basic emotions in human music versus animal vocal communication.  ...  The model of such communication can be found in the surviving tradition of Scandinavian pastoral music - kulning. This article discusses the most likely ways in which such music evolved.  ...  the 13-16th centuries (Hansen and Olsen, 2014, 175) 51 .  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2020.01358 pmid:32848961 pmcid:PMC7396614 fatcat:obcaaudhrne77esnkekyhcumti

Austronesian soundscapes: performing arts in Oceania and Southeast Asia

2012 ChoiceReviews  
It stimulates scholarship on Asia and is instrumental in forging research networks among Asia scholars worldwide.  ...  The IIAS Publications Series consists of Monographs and Edited Volumes. The Series publishes results of research projects conducted at the International Institute for Asian Studies.  ...  Feld, S. (1996), 'Waterfalls of Song: An Acoustemology of Place Resounding in Bosavi, Papua New Guinea', in S. Feld and K.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.49-2572 fatcat:caklnaphdbdjjal2owffsgwj3u

A New History for Martín's "Una cosa rara" Una cosa rara, ossia Bellezza ed onestà: dramma giocoso Vincente Martín y Soler Lorenzo Da Ponte Gerhard Allroggen Una cosa rara ossia Bellezza ed onestà Vincete Martín I Soler Lorenzo Da Ponte Maria Angeles Peters Montserrat Figueras Gloria Fabuel Ernesto Palacio Inaki Fresán Fernando Belaza-Leoz Stafano Palatchi Francesc Garrigosa La Capella Reial de Catalunya Le Concert des Nations Jordi Savall

John Platoff
1994 The Journal of musicology (St. Joseph, Mich.)  
borrowed by Mozart in the following year for the dinner-music in the Act II finale of Don Giovanni.  ...  us in the late twentieth century "a work that has no history," to borrow the formulation of Philip Gossett in a recent article about Rossini's Neapolitan operas.  ...  Like other opere buffe of the time, they feature numbers in 27 This and the following examples are adapted from the piano-vocal score of the opera arranged by C. D.  ... 
doi:10.2307/763939 fatcat:mmerpooepzagxkvs43nsbkwrfe

The Rags of North Indian Music: Their Structure and Evolution

Charles Capwell, N. A. Jairazbhoy
1973 Asian Music  
All rights reserved INFORMATION TO ALL USERS The quality of this reproduction is d e p e n d e n t upon the quality of the copy subm itted.  ...  In the unlikely e v e n t that the a u thor did not send a c o m p le te m anuscript and there are missing pages, these will be noted.  ...  The composed piece in both instrumental and vocal music generally has two sections, sthdyi {astai) and antra.  ... 
doi:10.2307/833828 fatcat:e4tthfmokjfcvj6yyhc7liakfa

Exploring 3D Audio as a New Musical Language

Timothy Schmele, Pau Arumí, Josep Comacunjosas
2011 Zenodo  
The second part then brings these historic ideas together into a contemporary context, in the effort to further establish space a prime vessel able to carry a musical message of expression.  ...  It does so in three ways: It first investigates the greater history of spatialization and traces its epitaxy as an emancipated musical parameter up to recent developments since the new millennium.  ...  Such is the case with the Basilica San Marco in Venice, around the 16th century, representing a milestone in antiphonal psalmody and a major influence in the popularization of the polychoral style.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3725834 fatcat:lemetaqarzhknlms74xrnd7i2u

©2017 Lynette Bowring ALL RIGHTS RESERVED ORALITY, LITERACY, AND THE LEARNING OF INSTRUMENTS: PROFESSIONAL INSTRUMENTALISTS AND THEIR MUSIC IN EARLY MODERN ITALY ABSTRACT OF THE DISSERTATION Orality, Literacy, and the Learning of Instruments: Professional Instrumentalists and Their Music in Early Modern Italy

Lynette Bowring, Lynette Bowring
2017 unpublished
The literacy of instrumentalists underwent a revolution in the sixteenth century.  ...  In this dissertation, I argue that the emergence of a literate musical culture among instrumentalists in sixteenth-century Italy had far-reaching implications.  ...  dance idiom rather than contemporary vocal music.  ... 
fatcat:pl6mr7lbmbh63obg4j22jspyje

Beyond Truth and Falsehood [chapter]

Ewa Kosowska, Barbara Bokus
2020 Truth and Falsehood in Science and the Arts  
The above-described ways of developing a work of music were followed in the 16th, 17th and even 18th centuries with the help of similar musical-rhetorical figures.  ...  before the present time (which may apply equally to the reality of the 16th and the 21st century) from Early Music as a modern concept, conceived in the 20th century and strictly connected with musical  ...  Truth in music The problem of truth in the case of music is usually considered in the light of musical content or meaning.  ... 
doi:10.31338/uw.9788323542209.pp.7-20 fatcat:yb2ag3k56rhhvprr3cnriwk32u

Graduate Recital

Juergen Sass
1967
The next two sections will cover the development of vocal pedagogy and the evolution of the art song. The last section will be concerned with a discussion of the numbers performed at the recital.  ...  The purpose of this writing is to: 1. to clarify and give added meaning to the recital which is being presented partially in place of a master's thesis 2. to give expression to those studies which the  ...  rules (i.e. red tape) -The heyday of the N.eistersinger was in the 16th century-the time of Hans Sachs.  ... 
doi:10.26076/48f2-6de3 fatcat:k7eflzqugjckjijgqfpkk2khey
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