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Music in the baroque era : from Monteverdi to Bach, by Manfred F. Bukofzer

Label
Music in the baroque era : from Monteverdi to Bach
Title
Music in the baroque era
Title remainder
from Monteverdi to Bach
Statement of responsibility
by Manfred F. Bukofzer
Creator
Author
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
This history of the music of the Baroque Era in Europe--roughly, from the 17th century through the first half of the 18th--covers the entire field, from Monteverdi and Schütz at its inception to the great works of Bach and Handel.--Adapted from publisher description
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1910-1955
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Bukofzer, Manfred F.
Dewey number
  • 780.903
  • 780.9032
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
  • plates
  • music
Index
no index present
LC call number
ML193
LC item number
.B8
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Music
  • Music
  • Musica
  • Musica
  • Musique
  • Musique
  • Music
  • Musique
  • Musique
  • Muziek
Label
Music in the baroque era : from Monteverdi to Bach, by Manfred F. Bukofzer
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 417-469)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Chapter 1 : Renaissance versus Baroque music. Disintegration of stylistic unity ; Stylistic comparison between Renaissance and Baroque music ; The phases of Baroque music -- Chapter 2 : Early Baroque in Italy. The beginnings of the concerto style : Gabrieli ; The monody : Peri and Caccini ; Transformation of the madrigal : Monteverdi ; The influence of the dance on vocal music ; Emancipation of instrumental music : Frescobaldi ; The rise of the opera : Monteverdi ; Tradition and progress in sacred music -- Chapter 3 : Early and middle Baroque in the northern countries. The Netherlands school and its English background ; English antecedents : the abstract instrumental style ; The Netherlands: Sweelinck ; Germany and Austria in the 17th century ; Chorale and devotional song ; Chorale motet and choral concertato : Schein ; The dramatic concertato : Schütz ; Continuo Lied, opera and oratorio ; Instrumental music : Scheidt, Froberger, and Biber -- Chapter 4 : Italian music of the middle Baroque. The bel-canto style ; The chamber cantata : Luigi Rossi and Carissimi ; The oratorio : Carissimi and Stradella ; The Venetian opera school ; Instrumental music : the Bologna school -- Chapter 5 : French music under absolutism. The ballet de cour ; French reactions to Italian opera ; Comédie-ballet and the tragédie lyrique : Lully ; Cantata, oratorio, and church music ; Lute miniatures and keyboard music : Gaultier and Chambonnières ; Music in the Iberian peninsula, New Spain, and Colonial America -- Chapter 6 : English music during the commonwealth and restoration. The masque and the English opera : Lawes and Blow ; Consort music : Jenkins and Simpson ; Anglican church music : Porter, Humfrey, and Blow ; Henry Purcell, the Restoration genius
  • Chapter 7 : Late Baroque : luxuriant counterpoint and concerto style. The culmination of late Baroque music in Italy ; The rise of tonality ; Concerto grosso and solo concerto ; Ensemble sonata and solo sonata ; Opera seria and opera buffa : cantata and sacred music ; Late Baroque and Rococo style in France ; Ensemble and clavecin music ; Opera and cantata in France -- Chapter 8 : Fusion of national styles : Bach. The state of instrumental music in Germany before Bach ; The state of protestant church music before Bach ; Bach : the early period ; Bach the organist : Weimar ; Bach the mentor : Cöthen ; Bach the cantor : Lepzig ; Bach, the past master -- Chapter 9 : Coordination of national styles : Handel. The state of secular vocal music in Germany before Handel ; Handel : German apprentice period ; Italian journeyman period ; English master period : operas, oratorios, instrumental music ; Bach and Handel, a comparison -- Chapter 10 : Form in Baroque music. Formal principles and formal schemes ; Style and form ; Audible and inaudible order -- Chapter 11 : Musical thought of the Baroque era. Code of performance : composer and performer ; Theory and practice of composition ; Musical speculation -- Chapter 12 : Sociology of Baroque music. Courtly musical institutions of state and church : private patronage ; Civic musical institutions : collective patronage ; Social and economic aspects of music and musicians
Control code
ocm00426637
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xv, 489 pages, 12 pages of plates
Isbn
9780393097450
Lccn
47012355
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations, portraits, facsimiles, music
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 8136
  • (OCoLC)00426637
Label
Music in the baroque era : from Monteverdi to Bach, by Manfred F. Bukofzer
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 417-469)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Chapter 1 : Renaissance versus Baroque music. Disintegration of stylistic unity ; Stylistic comparison between Renaissance and Baroque music ; The phases of Baroque music -- Chapter 2 : Early Baroque in Italy. The beginnings of the concerto style : Gabrieli ; The monody : Peri and Caccini ; Transformation of the madrigal : Monteverdi ; The influence of the dance on vocal music ; Emancipation of instrumental music : Frescobaldi ; The rise of the opera : Monteverdi ; Tradition and progress in sacred music -- Chapter 3 : Early and middle Baroque in the northern countries. The Netherlands school and its English background ; English antecedents : the abstract instrumental style ; The Netherlands: Sweelinck ; Germany and Austria in the 17th century ; Chorale and devotional song ; Chorale motet and choral concertato : Schein ; The dramatic concertato : Schütz ; Continuo Lied, opera and oratorio ; Instrumental music : Scheidt, Froberger, and Biber -- Chapter 4 : Italian music of the middle Baroque. The bel-canto style ; The chamber cantata : Luigi Rossi and Carissimi ; The oratorio : Carissimi and Stradella ; The Venetian opera school ; Instrumental music : the Bologna school -- Chapter 5 : French music under absolutism. The ballet de cour ; French reactions to Italian opera ; Comédie-ballet and the tragédie lyrique : Lully ; Cantata, oratorio, and church music ; Lute miniatures and keyboard music : Gaultier and Chambonnières ; Music in the Iberian peninsula, New Spain, and Colonial America -- Chapter 6 : English music during the commonwealth and restoration. The masque and the English opera : Lawes and Blow ; Consort music : Jenkins and Simpson ; Anglican church music : Porter, Humfrey, and Blow ; Henry Purcell, the Restoration genius
  • Chapter 7 : Late Baroque : luxuriant counterpoint and concerto style. The culmination of late Baroque music in Italy ; The rise of tonality ; Concerto grosso and solo concerto ; Ensemble sonata and solo sonata ; Opera seria and opera buffa : cantata and sacred music ; Late Baroque and Rococo style in France ; Ensemble and clavecin music ; Opera and cantata in France -- Chapter 8 : Fusion of national styles : Bach. The state of instrumental music in Germany before Bach ; The state of protestant church music before Bach ; Bach : the early period ; Bach the organist : Weimar ; Bach the mentor : Cöthen ; Bach the cantor : Lepzig ; Bach, the past master -- Chapter 9 : Coordination of national styles : Handel. The state of secular vocal music in Germany before Handel ; Handel : German apprentice period ; Italian journeyman period ; English master period : operas, oratorios, instrumental music ; Bach and Handel, a comparison -- Chapter 10 : Form in Baroque music. Formal principles and formal schemes ; Style and form ; Audible and inaudible order -- Chapter 11 : Musical thought of the Baroque era. Code of performance : composer and performer ; Theory and practice of composition ; Musical speculation -- Chapter 12 : Sociology of Baroque music. Courtly musical institutions of state and church : private patronage ; Civic musical institutions : collective patronage ; Social and economic aspects of music and musicians
Control code
ocm00426637
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xv, 489 pages, 12 pages of plates
Isbn
9780393097450
Lccn
47012355
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations, portraits, facsimiles, music
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 8136
  • (OCoLC)00426637

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