2016, English, Book, Illustrated edition: Giovanni Gabrieli : transmission and reception of a Venetian musical tradition / edited by Rodolfo Baroncini, David Bryant, Luigi Collarile.

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Giovanni Gabrieli : transmission and reception of a Venetian musical tradition / edited by Rodolfo Baroncini, David Bryant, Luigi Collarile
 
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Physical Description
  • 246 pages : illustrations, music ; 28 cm.
Published
  • Turnhout : Brepols, [2016]
Language
  • English

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Title
  • Giovanni Gabrieli : transmission and reception of a Venetian musical tradition /​ edited by Rodolfo Baroncini, David Bryant, Luigi Collarile.
Other Authors
  • Baroncini, Rodolfo, (editor.)
  • Bryant, David (David Douglas), (editor.)
  • Collarile, Luigi, (editor.)
Published
  • Turnhout : Brepols, [2016]
Copyright
  • ©2016.
Content Types
  • text
Carrier Types
  • volume
Physical Description
  • 246 pages : illustrations, music ; 28 cm.
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Summary
  • Knowledge and debate in the field of sixteenth- and early seventeenth-century Venetian music has greatly benefitted in recent decades from studies of major institutions, composers, repertories and sources, as also from investigations of the quantitative aspects of musical life in what was one of the largest, richest and most commercially oriented cities on the Italian peninsula: the Venetian musical phenomenon includes, on the one hand, regular or sporadic musical activities in the city's many churches and private palaces (activities which provided significant earnings for large numbers of musicians, whether or not salaried members of the ducal cappella) and, on the other, the auxiliary trades of music printing and instrument making. The transmission of the musical repertories has also received notable attention: in particular, the contemporary and later reception of Venetian musical repertories in different political, linguistic and/​or confessional areas. This collection of essays on the life, times and works of a composer who ranks among the most outstanding musical personalities of his day variously unites these strands in an albeit partial attempt to interpret Giovanni Gabrieli's output and activities in their Venetian context and, at the same time, cast light on their broader historiographical significance: on the one hand Gabrieli as point of synthesis of a complex Venetian musical tradition, on the other his interaction with and impact on contemporary musical life, his influence on later generations of composers both at home and abroad, the rediscovery of his achievements by nineteenth- and twentieth-century historians and performers, the revisitations of his music by twentieth-century composers.
Contents
  • The composer's legacy : Gabrieli as model. "Et per tale confirmato dall'auttorità del signor Giovanni Gabrieli" : the reception of Gabrieli as a model by Venetian and non-Venetian composers of the new generation (1600-1620) /​ Rodolfo Baroncini ; Giovanni Battista Riccio's canzonas in the light of his borrowings from Giovanni Gabrieli /​ Marco Di Pasquale ; Echoes of Giovanni Gabrieli's style in the territories between Koper and Graz in the first quarter of the seventeenth century /​ Metoda Kakole
  • Source studies : transmission and interpretation of the written music. Giovanni Gabrieli and Andrea's musical legacy : lost editions, ghost editions, editorial strategies /​ Luigi Collarile ; Written and unwritten practices in the tradition of cori spezzati : Gabrieli's contribution in context /​ David Bryant and Elena Quaranta ; Cleffing, ranges, pitch and sonority in the vocal music of Andrea and Giovanni Gabrieli /​ Jeffrey Kurtzmann ; "Scritte nella mente?" : Giovanni Gabrieli's keyboard music and the art of improvised composition /​ Stefano Lorenzetti
  • Organs and organists. Students, rivals and contemporaries : organists in Venetian churches at the time of Giovanni Gabrieli /​ Jonathan Glixon ; Organs, lofts and spaces for music in Venetian churches at the time of Giovanni Gabrieli /​ Massimo Bisson
  • The composer's legacy : nineteenth- and twentieth-century revival and revisitations. On the performance of Giovanni Gabrieli's instrumental ensemble music /​ Philippe Canguilhem ; Constructing images : Giovanni Gabrieli and the uses of history /​ Iain Fenlon ; Giovanni Gabrieli and the new Venetian school (Malipiero, Maderna, Nono) /​ Paolo dal Molin, Michele Chiappini, and Francisco Rocca.
Notes
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Language
  • English
ISBN
  • 9782503570273
  • 2503570275
Dewey Number
  • 780
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