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Cambridge Companion To French Music

Cambridge Companions To Music

Cambridge Companion To French Music - ISBN: 9780521701761
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Bindwijze: Boek
Genre: Muziekinstrumenten en –techniek
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This accessible Companion provides a wide-ranging and comprehensive introduction to French music from the early middle ages to the present.


Titel: Cambridge Companion To French Music
Mediatype: Boek
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's: 440
Uitgever: Cambridge University Press
Plaats van publicatie: 03
NUR: Muziekinstrumenten en –techniek
Afmetingen: 246 x 177 x 23
Gewicht: 858 gr
ISBN/ISBN13: 9780521701761
Intern nummer: 26668723
Volume: 1


'Few devotees of French music and culture will not find a treasure-trove of enlightening information in this brilliantly cast multi-author book … This excellent book is much more than a springboard and will provide an invaluable key for any Francophile wanting to deepen their knowledge of issues, periods and repertoire with which they are not so familiar: questions addressed by the contributors to this learned and expert volume.' Richard Langham Smith, H-France


Foreword Simon Trezise; Part I. Chronological History of French Music from the Early Middle Ages to the Present: 1. From abbey to cathedral and court: music under the Merovingian, Carolingian, and Capetian kings in France, through Louis IX Alice V. Clark; 2. Cathedral and court: music under the late Capetian and Valois kings in France, to Louis XI Lawrence Earp; 3. The Renaissance Fabrice Fitch; 4. Music under Louis XIII and XIV (1610–1715) Peter Bennett and Georgia J. Cowart; 5. Music from the Regency to the Revolution (1715–89) Debra Nagy; 6. The Revolution and Romanticism to 1848 Michael McClellan and Simon Trezise; 7. Renaissance and change: 1848 to 1914 Simon Trezise; 8. La guerre et la paix: 1914–45 Andy Fry; 9. Cultural and generational querelles in the musical domain: music in France from the Second World War Jonathan Goldman; Part II. Opera: 10. Opera and ballet to the death of Gluck Jacqueline Waeber; 11. Opera and ballet after the Revolution Steven Huebner; Part III. Other Musics: 12. Traditional music and its ethnomusicological study in France Luc Charles-Dominique; 13. Popular music David Loosely; Part IV. Themes and Topics: 14. Manuscript sources and calligraphy John Haines; 15. Church and state in early medieval France Andrew Tomasello; 16. Music and the court of the ancien régime Jeanice Brooks; 17. Musical aesthetics of the Siècle des Lumières Georgia J. Cowart; 18. Paris and the regions from the Revolution to World War I Katharine Ellis.


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