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The History of Music: Volume 1 Volume 1


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Lingua: Inglese
Pubblicazione: 07/2013

Note Editore

Scholar and composer Emil Naumann (1827–88) studied with Mendelssohn, and his compositions reflect the style of his teacher. He published several works on musical aesthetics and history, of which Illustrierte Musikgeschichte, written between 1880 and 1885, is his best known. It went through many editions and this English translation, first published in 1888, was prepared by the composer, pianist and writer Ferdinand Praeger (1815–91). To rectify the work's marked neglect of English music, chapters were added by its editor, the eminent Victorian musician Sir Frederick Gore Ouseley (1825–89), Professor of Music at Oxford. Lavishly illustrated and with musical examples throughout, this two-volume history was intended to 'aid in fostering ever-increasing interest in the most emotional and cherished of all the arts'. Volume 1 covers the music of ancient civilisations through to the eighteenth century.


Preface; Part I. The Development of Music in the Classical and Pre-Classical Eras: 1. The Chinese, Japanese, and Hindoos; 2. The Egyptians, Ethiopians, and western Asiatics; 3. The Israelites; 4. The Islamites; 5. The Greeks; 6. The Romans; Part II. The Development of Music in the Middle Ages: 7. From the time of the oldest Christian hymnology to Franco of Cologne; 8. Folk-music; 9. The old French school up to the time of Dufay; 10. The Netherlanders from the time of Okeghem to Roland de Lattre; 11. The apostles of the Netherland school; 12. Early English music; Part III. History of the Tonal Art from the Time of the Renaissance to the Century of the Rococo: 13. Luther and the music of the Protestant church; 14. The two Gabrielis, Palestrina, and the classical tone-schools of Italy; 15. The Tuscan school and the musical drama; 16. Lotti and the masters of the Catholic restoration; 17. Music in England in the middle ages; 18. Alessandro Scarlatti and the Neapolitan school; 19. Lully and the old French opera; 20. The Germans in the school of the Italians, and the precursors of Bach; 21. Of music in England during the reigns of Henry VIII, Edward VI, and Mary; 22. Of English music during the reign of Queen Elizabeth; 23. Spread of the musical 'Zopf' over central Europe; 24. Music in England (1600–60); 25. Of music in England after the Restoration.

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Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Cambridge Library Collection - Music
Dimensioni: 229 x 45 x 152 mm Ø 1150 gr
Formato: Brossura
Illustration Notes:255 b/w illus. 3 colour illus.
Pagine Arabe: 798
Traduttore: Praeger, Ferdinand Christian Wilhelm

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