Sounding the past : music as history and memory / edited by Karl Kügle.
Kügle, Karl (redaktör/utgivare)
Centre d'études supérieures de la Renaissance.
- ISBN 9782503588315
- Publicerad: Turnhout : Brepols, 
- Copyright: ©2020
- Engelska 312 pages
Serie: Collection "Epitome musical", 1292-4989
- Introduction: towards a new history of the musical past / Karl Kügle -- Introduction: sung histories ; Making music into history / Susan Rankin -- Collecting clausulae, shaping the past / Adam Mathias -- Using the past as model: musical scripts in books of the Prague diocese / David Eben and Susan Rankin -- Operation Libroni: Franchinus Gaffurius and the construction of a repertory for Milan's Duomo / Daniele V. Filippi -- Introduction: tradition in the musical past / Paweł Gancarczyk -- From tolerated addition to keepers of tradition: the authority of the "past" in Latin song in Central Europe in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries / Jan Ciglbauer -- Memory of genre: the polytextual motet in Central Europe and its two traditions / Paweł Gancarczyk -- Tradition and experimentation in choirbooks printed in late sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Italy / Emanuel Signer -- Introduction: religious reforms and their links with the past / Inga Mai Groote and Lenka Hlávková -- Using the past, shaping the present: tracing the tradition of specific polyphonic repertories in Bohemian Utraquist sources (c.1450-1540) / Lenka Hlávková -- Flexible uniformity or stability over the years?: the liturgy of monastic houses affiliated with the Windesheim congregation / Manon Louviot -- The presence of the past in Lutheran music and liturgy: a commentary on David Chytraeus's agenda of 1578 / Christine Roth -- Introduction: dilemmas of historicism / Karl Kügle -- The memory of meaning: polychorality in Venice and the Cori Spezzati meme / Bartłomiej Gembicki -- Visions of the past: a conversation with Michał Gondko and Paweł Szamburski / Antonio Chemotti.
- This volume offers the first systematic exploration of the past as manifested in music of the later Middle Ages and the early modern period. It takes the reader on a journey of discovery across the continent, from the genesis of a new sense of a musical past in early thirteenth-century Paris to the complex and diverse roles and pedigrees given music of the past in sources, media, genres, communities, and regions in the Age of Reformations. Particular attention is given to the use of older styles and musical traditions in changing constructions of religious and political identity, laying the groundwork for a revised narrative of European music history that accommodates within its framework the full plurality of styles and regions found in the sources. The volume concludes with reflections on the conflicting appropriations and effects of the musical past today in composition, performance, musicological discourse, and tourism.
- Musik (sao)
- Musikhistoria (sao)
- Music -- Europe -- History and criticism. (LCSH)
- Music. (fast)
- Music (LCSH)
- Europa (sao)
- Europe. (fast)
- Analys och tolkning (saogf)
- Criticism, interpretation, etc. (fast)
- ML240 (LCC)
- 780 (DDC)
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