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Word-tone relations in musical thought

from antiquity to the seventeenth century

by Don Harran

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Published by American Institute of Musicology, Hänssler-Verlag in [S.l.], Neuhausen-Stuttgart .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Music -- History and criticism

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDon Harran
    SeriesMusicological studies and documents -- 40
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 517 p. :
    Number of Pages517
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16255535M
    ISBN 103775110704

    Full text of "The septonate and the centralization of the tonal system; a new view of the fundamental relations of tones and a simplification of the theory and practice of music, with an introduction on a higher education in music;" See other formats. Winn J.A. Unsuspected eloquence: a history of the relations between poetry and music. New Haven, CT, (англ.) Harrán D. Word–tone relations in musical thought: from Antiquity to the seventeenth century // Musicological Studies and Documents, vol. Neuhausen-Stuttgart,

    This study aims to fill that gap by elucidating the way humanist musical thought influenced Reformation attitudes to music, with particular reference to the sixteenth-century reform of plainchant. The focus of the study is on the musical manifestation of the English Reformation, The booke of Common praier noted (BCPN, ) by John Merbecke (c Author: Hyun-Ah Kim. The unbounded reverence of the Moslems for the Koran reaches its climax in the dogma that this book, as the divine word, i.e. 0 The climax was reached when at a given- moment the curtains of the shrine placed on the boat were withdrawn, and the god was revealed to the eyes of the awe-struck multitude.

      Luigi Nono's Voci destroying muros for female voices and small orchestra was performed for the first and only time at the Holland Festival in A setting of texts by female prisoners and factory workers, it marks a sharp stylistic departure from Nono's political music of the s by virtue of its audible quotations of revolutionary songs, its readily intelligible text setting, and Cited by: 1. (). Word-tone relations in musical thought: From antiquity to the seventeenth century. (). Word/music relations in the work of the troubadour Gaucelm Faidit: Some preliminary observations on the planh. (). Words and music in the Middle Ages: Song, narrative, dance and drama, Author: Alison D. Campbell.


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Word-tone relations in musical thought. Neuhausen-Stuttgart, W. Germany: American Institute of Musicology. There is Don Haran's book on "Word-Tone Relations in Musical Thought", American Institute of Musicology, Hanssler-Verlag, This goes from antiquity to the 17th century.

Word-Tone Relations in Musical Thought: From Antiquity to the Seventeenth Century. Musicological Studies & Documents Neuhausen-Stuttgart: Hänssler-Verlag for the American Institute of Musicology, xviii + pp.

Critical editions. The Anthologies of Black-Note Madrigals. Corpus Mensurabilis Musicae 5 vols. in 6. L. Perkins, ‘Toward a rational approach to text placement in the secular music of Dufay’s time’, in Papers read at the Dufay quincentenary conference, ed.

Atlas (Brooklyn, ), pp–, at pp–4 (with musical example on p), and particularly the remark at p, n.7, stating that if he had the edition of The Mellon chansonnier (New Haven, ) to do again he Cited by: 1. Word-tone relations in musical thought: From antiquity to the seventeenth century (Musicological studies & documents) Don Harran Published by Hanssler-Verlag ().

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of Salamone Rossi, In search of harmony, Word-tone relations in musical thought Don Harran | Open Library. book Word-tone relations in musical thought.1 But from at least the 13th century onwards they were also used to denote rhythms.

As a result their function became confused in the 14th and 15th centuries-and may have become confused in the minds of many modern readers. In trying to. Perkins book Word–tone relations in musical thought. But muted the impact of his decision to ignore ligatures from at least the 13th century onwards they were also by printing his transcriptions with facsimiles of the used to denote rhythms.

As a result their function manuscript on the facing pages. Moreover, he said became confused in the. WORD-TONE RELATIONS IN MUSICAL THOUGHT From Antiquity to the Seventeenth Century By DON HARRAN The first comprehensive study, in book form, of word-tone relations as treated in writings from ancient times to the seventeenth century.

Its subject matter ranges from accentual, syntactical and affective connections between music and. Harrán, Don, Word–Tone Relations in Musical Thought: From Antiquity to the Seventeenth Century, Neuhausen-Stuttgart, Holford-Strevens, Leofranc, “ Humanism and the Language of Music Treatises,” Renaissance Studies 15 (), –49Cited by: 1.

Salient portions of Stoquerus’s treatise were first discussed in by Edward E. Lowinsky, and a more detailed synthesis of Stoquerus’s treatise is contained in one chapter of Don Harran’s Word-Tone Relations in Musical Thought from Antiquity to the Seventeenth Century ().

The present volume of Greek and Latin Music Theory offers Author: Gaspar Stoquerus the German. MSD 40 Don Harrán, Word-Tone Relations in Musical Thought: From Antiquity to the Seventeenth Century.

MSD 41 The Music Treatise of Anonymous IV - A New Translation. Translated and edited by Jeremy Yudkin. MSD 42 Don Harrán, In Search of Harmony: Hebrew and Humanistic Elements in Sixteenth-Century Musical Thought. DonH^rrdu, Word-Tone Relations ^n Musical Thought from i^^^ie^tiit^y؛ to the Seenteenth Century (Musicological Studies and Documents, 40; Neuhausen-Stuttgart: American Institute of Musicology and Hänssler-Verlag, ), and James Haar, Essays on Italian Poetry and Music in the Renaissance.

Kim's repetitive assertions equating Erasmian musical thought with the ‘moral reform of the church’ seem to accept such literary strategies at face value.

This is especially noticeable in her treatment of the Henrician Book of Ceremonies (). Kim presents the musical passage in that document as if it represented a real consensus of Author: Dana Marsh. Review of Don Harren, Word-Tone Relations in Musical Thought, Notes, Dec.

Review of Paul Robinson, Opera Ideas from Mozart to Strauss, Cambridge Opera Journal, I (). Review of Nicholas Cook, Music, Imagination and Culture, Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, L ().

Harrán, Don. Word-Tone Relations in Musical Thought. Newhausen-Stuttgart: Hänssler-Verlag, Print. King, Jonathan. ‘Texting Practices in Manuscript Sources of Early Fifteenth-Century Polyphony’. Journal of the Royal Music Association (): Print.

Kwakkel, : Timothy Glover. Levitin, because the word "tone" has more than one meaning, speaks of a "whole step" and a semitone.

We speak of crotchets and quavers as notes of a certain duration. Americans seldom do. Word-Tone Relations in Musical Thought: From Antiquity to the Seventeenth Century.

Musicological Studies & Documents Neuhausen-Stuttgart: Hänssler-Verlag for the American Institute of Musicology, xviii + pp.השכלה: אוניברסיטת ייל, אוניברסיטת קליפורניה בברקלי. Word-Tone Relations in Musical Thought: From Antiquity to the Seventeenth Century.

Musicological Studies & Documents Neuhausen-Stuttgart: Hänssler-Verlag for the American Institute of Musicology, xviii + pp. Introduced, edited, and translated by Don Harrán. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, xxxiii + pp. Verdelot and the Early Madrigal. Ph.D.

dissertation. 2 vols. University of California, Berkeley, iv + pp.; pp. Word-Tone Relations in Musical Thought: From Antiquity to .Harrán: Word-Tone Relations in Musical Thought: from Antiquity to the Seventeenth Century (Stuttgart, )P. Barbieri: Acustica, accordatura e temperamento nell’Illuminismo veneto (Rome, )E.

Fubini: ‘Zarlino, Venezia e la musica strumentale’, Andrea Gabrieli e il suo tempo, ed. F. Degrada (Florence, ), –D. Harrán. 44 A comprehensive account of these instructions, their authors and sources is given in Harrán, D., Word-Tone Relations in Musical Thought from Antiquity to the Seventeenth Century (Musicological Studies and Documents, 40; Neuhausen-Stuttgart, ); a survey is found in Schmidt-Beste, T., ‘ Textunterlegung ’, Die Musik in Geschichte und Cited by: 3.