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Ruth I. DeFord's book explores how tactus, mensuration, and rhythm were employed to articulate form and shape in the period from c.1420 to c.1600. Divided into two parts, the book examines the theory and practice of rhythm in relation to each other to offer new interpretations of the writings of Renaissance music theorists. In the first part, DeFord presents the theoretical evidence, introduces the manuscript sources and explains the contradictions and ambiguities in tactus theory. The…

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Size: 12x9in The Massacre of the Innocents, 1860-1861We have more Angelo Visconti Posters. Choose from our catalog of over 500,000 posters!

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An authoritative survey of music and its context in the Renaissance. The sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries - the so-called Golden Age of Polyphony - represent a time of great change and development in European music, with the flourishing of Orlando di Lasso, Palestrina, Byrd, Victoria, Monteverdi and Schtz among others. The chapters of this book, contributed by established scholars on subjects within their fields of expertise, deal with polyphonic music - sacred and secular, vocal…

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Here are 40 lute fantasies from the Late Renaissance Lute compiled by Elias Mertel, (15601 - 1626), who was perhaps the best known German lutenist of his day. These pieces have been transcribed for the baritone ukulele, Renaissance guitar, low G ukelele, and many other four-course instruments. Of course, they may all be played on the guitar. | Author: Michael Walker| Publisher: Lulu.Com| Publication Date: Jul 26, 2019| Number of Pages: 162 pages| Language: English| Binding: Paperback…

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The Harlem Renaissance was an unprecedented period of vitality in the American Arts. Defined as the years between 1910 and 1927, it was the time when Harlem came alive with theater, drama, sports, dance and politics. Looking at events as diverse as the prizefight between Jack Johnson and Jim 'White Hope' Jeffries, the choreography of Aida Walker and Ethel Waters, the writing of Zora Neale Hurston and the musicals of the period, Krasner paints a vibrant portrait of those years. This was the…

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