Music in the Baroque World : History, Culture, and Performance Hardback
Music in the Baroque World: History, Culture, Performance offers an interdisciplinary study of the music of Europe and the Americas in the seventeenth and first half of the eighteenth centuries.
It answers calls for an approach that balances culture, history, and musical analysis, with an emphasis on performance considerations such as notation, instruments, and performance techniques.
It situates musical events in their intellectual, social, religious, and political contexts and enables in-depth discussion and critical analysis.
The companion web site provide links to scores and audio/visual performances, making this a complete course for the study of Baroque music. FeaturesAn interdisciplinary approach that balances detailed analysis of specific pieces of music and broader historical overview and relevanceA selection of historical documents at the end of each chapter that position musical works and events in their cultural contextExtensive musical examples that show the melodic, textural, harmonic, or structural features of baroque music and enhance the utility of the textbook for undergraduate and graduate music majorsA global perspective with a chapter on Music in the AmericasA companion score anthology and website with links to audio/video content of key performances and research and writing guidesMusic in the Baroque World: History, Culture, Performance tells stories of local traditions, cultural exchange, performance trends, and artistic mixing.
It illuminates representative works through the lens of politics, visual arts, theology, print culture, gender, domesticity, commerce, and cultural influence and exchange.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 376 pages, 202 Line drawings, black and white; 81 Halftones, black and white; 4 Tables, black and wh
- Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
- Publication Date: 11/09/2015
- Category: Baroque music (c 1600 to c 1750)
- ISBN: 9780415842754
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