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Polyphony In Medieval Paris

The Art Of Composing With Plainchant

Polyphony In Medieval Paris - Bradley, Catherine A. (universitetet I Oslo) - ISBN: 9781108418584
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Bindwijze: Boek, Gebonden
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Redefines musical analysis for a period that marks the beginnings of composition as we know it now.


Titel: Polyphony In Medieval Paris
auteur: Bradley, Catherine A. (universitetet I Oslo)
Mediatype: Boek
Bindwijze: Gebonden
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's: 298
Uitgever: Cambridge University Press
Plaats van publicatie: 03
NUR: Geschiedenis
Afmetingen: 177 x 252 x 20
Gewicht: 700 gr
ISBN/ISBN13: 9781108418584
Intern nummer: 41449903
Volume: 1

Biografie (woord)

Catherine A. Bradley is Associate Professor at the Universitetet i Oslo. She has published widely on the earliest motets in journals including Speculum, the Journal of Musicology, Music Analysis, and Early Music History.


'Polyphony in Medieval Paris brings a much-needed analytical perspective to thirteenth-century polyphony. With exceptional acumen, Bradley challenges prevailing narratives about how this repertory emerged and offers fresh insights into the priorities and choices of its composers. Through the new analytical approaches she develops, she also deepens our understanding of issues as diverse as intertextuality and gender.' Rebecca Maloy, University of Colorado, Boulder


List of figures; List of tables; List of musical examples; Acknowledgements; Manuscript sigla; Abbreviations; A note on transcriptions and numbering systems; Introduction; 1. Plainchant in polyphony: the gradual Propter Veritatem in organa, clausulae and motets; 2. Mini clausulae and the Magnus Liber Organi; 3. Texting clausulae: repetition and regularity on the Regnat tenor; 4. Transcribing motets: vernacular refrain melodies in Magnus Liber clausulae; 5. Framing motets: quoting and crafting refrains against plainchant tenors; 6. Intertextuality, song and female voices in motets on a Saint Elizabeth of Hungary tenor; 7. From Florence to Fauvel: re-reading musical paradigms through a long-lived Iohanne motet; 8. Conclusions; Bibliography; Index.


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