3 edition of Papal music manuscripts in the late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries found in the catalog.
Papal music manuscripts in the late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Renaissance manuscript studies ;, 5|
|Contributions||Biblioteca apostolica vaticana.|
|LC Classifications||ML169.8 .R46 no. 5, ML136 .R46 no. 5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 289 p. :|
|Number of Pages||289|
|LC Control Number||97119455|
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Among the most well-known illuminated manuscripts is the Books of Kells ( C.E.), considered to be Ireland’s national treasure and the pinnacle of calligraphy.. Liturgical and Ceremonial Use: For the extent of their long history, illuminated manuscripts were used as visual tools for church services, or to support the daily devotions of monks, nuns, and laymen. Wendy Powers is a historical musicologist specializing in music of the late 15th and early 16th centuries, particularly in Italy and France. She is currently an adjunct assistant professor at the Aaron Copland School of Music at Queens College, CUNY. She received her Ph.D.
13th to 16th Centuries Extent 1 containers., linear feet of shelf space., 25 items. Language Collection materials are in. Abstract Miscellaneous single manuscript leaves on parchment and vellum from a variety of Catholic religious and liturgical texts, most based on music, including Books of Hours, Missals,and Graduals. Thus when, in the late fifteenth century, a renewed interest in the ancient texts led scholars to search out the most accurate interpretations of these texts, it was to Jewish scholars that they turned for new translations or retranslations of Avicenna and, in particular, Averroes.
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Papal music manuscripts in the late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries. Neuhausen: American Institute of Musicology ; Hänssler-Verlag, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Richard Sherr; Biblioteca apostolica vaticana.
Book reviews Jeffrey Dean Sistine Chapel music from around 15oo Richard Sherr, Papal music manuscripts in the late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries, Renaissance Manuscript Studies, v (Neuhausen: American Institute of Musicology/Hinssler-Verlag, ), DM The choir of the papal chapel may well be the oldest mu.
This book collects twelve of the papers given at a conference held at the Library of Congress, Washington D.C., on Aprilin conjunction with the exhibition `Rome Reborn: The Vatican Library and Renaissance Culture'. A group of distinguished scholars considered music in medieval and Renaissance Rome.
The volume presents a series of wide-ranging and original treatments of music. In his introduction to Papal Patronage and the Music of St.
Peter's,Christopher A. Reynolds admits to having been occupied with St. Peter's basilica in Rome for twenty years. Since he has regularly published the results of his research into its music of the fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries.
Errata List for Papal Music Manuscripts in the Late Fifteenth and Early Sixteenth Centuries. If you find more mistakes contact me. List of Papal Singers Employed During the Reigns of Julius II and Leo X () List of Papal Singers Employed During the Reign of Clement VII (before and after the Sack of Rome).
Throughout the Renaissance, music formed a central element in the activities of the curia and a bright thread in the rich tapestry of Roman religious and artistic life.
The singers and composers of the papal choir--recruited at first from northern Europe, but in the sixteenth. Music of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries can be viewed as a unified repertory due to consistent use of what compositional technique across the two centuries.
Obrecht, Isaac, and Josquin are typical of musicians in the late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries in all of the following ways except The first printed book about. The 16th century was a time of unprecedented change that saw the very beginning of the modern era of science, great exploration, religious and political turmoil, and extraordinary literature.
InCopernicus published his theory that the earth was not the center of the universe, but rather, that the Earth and the other planets orbited. in papal Rome. The suggestive atmosphere of the city, with its endless layers of civilization, inspired the officials of the late fifteenth- and early sixteenth-century papacy, self-consciously charged with carrying out God's mission on earth, to believe that in their lifetimes for once hu.
English composers were relatively isolated in the late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries and only gradually adopted the newer style of imitative counterpoint.
Tallis The leading midcentury English composer was Thomas Tallis (ca. ), known for his music for both the Catholic and Anglican liturgies. Anglican church music. EVER EXPANDING ERRATA AND ADDENDUM LIST FOR PAPAL MUSIC MANUSCRIPTS IN THE LATE FIFTEENTH AND EARLY SIXTEENTH CENTURIES pp.
the ascription [Dufay], Modern edition, and concordances apply to not The problem is that both of these verses are on the same opening with verse 6 (anonymous) () preceding verse 5 (Du Fay).
The manuscript is also a work of consummate artistry, copied by an experienced scribe on large vellum leaves, and illuminated by a professional limner. Even in its incomplete state —nearly half of its original leaves have been lost— the Eton Choirbook is the undoubted queen of early Tudor music manuscripts.
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It is situated at the foot of the Alps, a few kilometres from the lakes Garda and a population of more thanit is the second largest city in the region and the.
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Aroundcenturies of prosperity and growth in Europe came to a halt. A series of famines and plagues, including. It is roughly divided by period, between the Middle Ages (5th-early 15th century), Renaissance (early 15th-early 17th century), Baroque (late 16th-mid 18th century), the Classical period (early 18th-early 19th centuries), Romantic (19th and early 20th centuries) and contemporary (20th and 21st centuries).
Western classical music spread to other. Italy - Italy - Italy in the 14th and 15th centuries: The failure of the Hohenstaufen emperor Frederick II and his successor kings of Sicily to dominate Italy in the course of the 13th century left the peninsula divided among a large number of effectively independent political units.
The inability of rulers from beyond the Alps to impose their authority upon it was clearly and finally. In the late fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, more and more classical works of art came to light, and artists joined the pious in making pilgrimages to Rome.
From tiny manuscript illuminations to huge systematic sketchbooks, the artists' record of the ancient city eloquently reveals the reverence and fascination that antiquity inspired. Focusing on a turbulent time in the history of the Roman Catholic Church, The Power and the Glorification considers how, in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, the papacy employed the visual arts to help reinforce Catholic power structures.
All means of propaganda were deployed to counter the papacy’s eroding authority in the wake of the Great Schism of and in. This book collects twelve of the papers given at a conference held at the Library of Congress on Aprilwhen a group of distinguished scholars gathered to consider music in medieval and renaissance Rome.
The volume presents a series of wide-ranging and original treatments of music written for and performed in the papal court from the fourteenth to the sixteenth century.
The Italian Renaissance (Italian: Rinascimento [rinaʃʃiˈmento]) was a period in the Italian history that covered the 15th (Quattrocento) and 16th (Cinquecento) centuries, spreading across Europe and marking the transition from the Middle Ages to ents of a "long Renaissance" argue that it began in the 14th century and lasted until the 17th century ().
“ Early Scores in Manuscript,” JAMS, 13 (), –73, repr. in Music in the Culture of the Renaissance and Other Essays, Chicago,–40 Lowinsky, Edward E., “ On the Use of Scores by Sixteenth-Century Musicians,” JAMS 1 (), 17 –23, repr.
in Music in the Culture of the Renaissance, –Renaissance and Humanism in Europe in the 15th and 16th centuries Musée protestant > The 16th century > Renaissance and Humanism in Europe in the 15th and 16th centuries. At the end of the Hundred Years’ War inEurope was peaceful for a while as there were less disease epidemics and less conflicts.Music: There is disagreement as to which tune this goes to: one in Ballet's MS lute book p.
(late 16th c) and Morley's First Booke # 18 (), and which Ward says is also in Cambridge MS Dd. for lute; and one in a manuscript in the NYPL attributed to Byrd. The words are printed with the last, but the first set have a name.