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The Library oF Essays on Music PerFormance Practice
Series Editor:Mary Cyr, University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada
4-Volume Series: • MedievalMusic • RenaissanceMusic • BaroqueMusic • Classicaland Romantic Music
 4-Volume Reference series from Ashgate The Library of Essays on Music Perfor
Series Editor:Mary Cyr, University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada
The revival of interest in early instruments that began over a hundred years ago has more recently led to a desire amongst scholars, performers, and listeners to understand how old instruments sounded, how music was sung and by whom, and how musical symbols were interpreted. The essays brought together in this series show how the results of research into performance practice have fundamentally changed the way that early music is performed today.
The four volumes in this series are divided according to the traditional boundaries of the historical periods in music: Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque and Classical/Romantic. The repertoire represented ranges broadly across Western art music, both secular and sacred, and each volume addresses issues that arise in both vocal and instrumental music. The geographical area covered also extends well beyond Europe. Each volume is edited by a recognized authority in the field of performance practice, and includes a select bibliography and an introduction which offers an authoritative overview of the issues and controversies that have dominated performance practice research within the period.
This collection of the most influential English-language writings about performance practice that have been published within the past several decades is an essential reference tool for libraries, scholars and students.
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MeDieval Music Edited byHoney Meconi, University of Rochester, USA The Library of Essays on Music Performance Practice his selection of classic essays on music performance practice of the Middle Ages T addresses the most crucial of performers’ decisions: pitch, rhythm and performing forces, as well as related matters such as proportions, tunings and the need for ornamentation. The volume includes essays on all types of music - monophony and polyphony, sacred and secular - and the introduction provides an overview of the major issues plus an extended bibliography of relevant scholarship. Contents: IntroDuction Part I Plainchant The performance of plainchant: some preliminary observations of the new era,Lance W. Brunner; Giving voice to Gregorian chant or: coping with modern orthodoxies,Katarina Livljanić. Part II Secular Monophony Rhythm, meter, and melodic organization in medieval songs,Hans Tischler; The ‘not-so-precisely measured’ music of the Middle Ages,Hendrik van der Werf; Voices and instruments in medieval French secular music: on the use of literary texts as evidence for performance practice,Sylvia Huot; Johannes de Grocheio on secular music: a corrected text and a new translation,Christopher Page. Part III Polyphony to 1300 The performance of Parisian organum,Edward Roesner; Franco of Cologne on the rhythm of organum purum,Charles M. Atkinson; TheCopulaaccording to Johannes de Garlandia,Jeremy Yudkin; Conductus and modal rhythm,Ernest H. Sanders; The performance of ars antiqua motets,Christopher Page. Part IV Mass anD Motet aFter 1300 Representations of the Mass in Medieval and Renaissance art,James W. McKinnon; The performing ensemble for English church polyphony, c.1320–c.1390,Roger Bowers; Text underlay in early 15th-century musical manuscripts,Gilbert Reaney. Part V The Polyphonic Chanson Machaut’s ‘pupil’ Deschamps on the performance of music: voices or instruments in the 14th-century chanson,Christopher Page; The performance of songs in late medieval France: a new source,Christopher Page; Texting in 15th-century French chansons: a look ahead from the 14th century,Lawrence Earp; Embellishment and urtext in the 15th-century song repertories,David Fallows. Part VI Other Matters Musica recta and musica ficta,Margaret Bent; The origin and early history of proportion signs,Anna Maria Busse Berger; Jerome of Moravia on theRubebaand Viella,Christopher Page; The ‘Arabian influence’ thesis revisited,Shai Burstyn. Series bibliography Name inDex IncluDes 22 previously publisheD journal articles July 2011 | 560 pages | HarDback | 978-0-7546-2851-4 |
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Renaissance MusicBaroque Music Edited byKenneth Kreitner, University of Memphis, USAEdited byPeter Walls, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand The Library of Essays on Music Performance Practice The Library of Essays on Music Performance Practice he many complex and difficult issues relating to the performance of music from T the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries form the subject of this volume of scholarly his selection of essays on historical performance practice of the Baroque era T research articles, originally published between 1946 and 2009. The issues covered includes the key essays from recent scholarly research which, eventually, changed range from the voices-and-instruments debate of the 1980s to the performance of both the way performers approach Baroque music, and the way audiences listen to it. sixteenth-century sacred and secular music, and from the role of instrumental Topics covered include historical instruments, pitch, tuning, temperament, the nexus ensembles to the problems of pitch standards and musica ficta. between technique and style, vibrato, the performance implications of musical scores, questions relating to rhythmic alteration and the musicological challenges to Contents: the ideology of the early music movement. IntroDuction Contents: Part I MethoD IntroDuction On ‘instrumental style’ in early melody,Lloyd Hibberd; Specific information on the ensembles for composed polyphony, 1400–1474,David Fallows.Part I Prologue On the execution of music, and principally of ancient music,Camille Saint-Saëns. Part II Songs Going beyond the limits: experiments with vocalization in the French chanson,Part II The Right Instrument 1340–1440,Christopher Page;Performance practices in the frottola,William F. Prizer; Reconstructing the harpsichord,Frank Hubbard; The harpsichord culture in Bach’s Theacapellaheresy in Spain: an inquisition into the performance of thecancioneroenvirons,John Koster; Bach and the flute: the players, the instruments, the music, repertory,Tess Knighton;Tenorleid, discantleid, polyphonic lied: voices and Ardal PowellwithDavid Lasocki; New light on the old bow: part 1,Robert E. Seletsky; instruments in German secular polyphony of the Renaissance,Stephen Keyl;New light on the old bow: part 2,Robert E. Seletsky; Falsetto and the French: ‘une Performance practice in theseconda pratticcamadrigal,Rinaldo Alessandrini. touteautremarche,Andrew Parrott. Part III SacreD Music Part III Pitch Tuning anD Temperament The performing ensembles in Josquin’s sacred music,David Fallows;Performance Bach’s keyboard temperament: internal evidence from theWell-Tempered Clavier, practice in the Papal chapel during the 16th century,Richard Sherr;The performance John Barnes;Beyond temperament: non-keyboard intonation in the 17th and 18th of Palestrina: some questions, but fewer answers,Graham Dixon;The performance of centuries,Bruce Haynes. Palestrina: some further observations,Noel O’Regan;What can the organPartiturato Tomás Luis de Victoria’sMissae, Magnificat, motecta, psalmi et alia quam plurimaofPart IV Technique anD Style 1600 tell us about performance practice?,Noel O’Regan;Minstrels in Spanish Handelian keyboard fingerings,Mark Lindley; Violin fingering in the 18th century, churches, 1400–1600,Kenneth Kreitner. Peter Walls;Tu ruor notTu ru: paired syllables and unequal tonguing patterns on woodwinds in the 17th and 18th centuries,Bruce Haynes; ‘La voce è grata assai, Part IV Instrumental Music ma…’: Monteverdi on singing,Richard Wistreich. Voices and instruments: soloists and ensembles in the 15th century,Keith Polk;A Cook’s tour of Ferrara in 1529,Howard Mayer Brown;Notes (and transposing notes)Part V Vibrato on the transverse flute in the early 16th century,Howard Mayer Brown.The vibrato controversy,Frederick Neumann; The censored publications ofThe Art of Playing on the Violin, or Geminiani unshaken,Roger Hickman. Part V Notation Diatonic ficta,Margaret Bent;‘High’ clefs in composition and performance,Part VI What Works? (Text, Subtext, Surtext) Andrew Johnstone.Text, context and the early music editor,Philip Brett; ‘Sous les doits de Chambonniere’, David Fuller; Violinistic virtuosity in the 17th century: Italian supremacy or Austro-Part VI Perspective German hegemony?,Peter Allsop; Ornaments for Corelli’s Violin Sonatas, op. 5,Sight-readings: notes ona capellaperformance practice,Donald Greig;For whom do Neal Zaslaw. the singers sing?,Bonnie J. Blackburn. Part VII Tempo anD Rhythmic Alteration Series Bibliography Déjà vu all over again? Rhythmic alteration vs. Neumann’s musical protectionism, Stephen E. Hefling; Alteration in Handel: a fresh approach,John Byrt; Bach’s French Name inDex overtures and the politics of overdotting,Matthew Dirst. IncluDes 20 previously publisheD journal articles Part VIII Scoring June 2011 | 468 pages | HarDback |978-0-7546-2963-4 |‘Col nobilissimo esercitio della vivuola’: Monteverdi’s string writing,Peter Holman; Professional women musicians in early 18th-century Württemberg,Samantha Owens; Performance practices at San Petronio in the Baroque,Anne Schnoebelen; When is a solo sonata not a solo sonata? Corelli’s Op. V considered in the light of the genre’s tradition,Niels Martin Jensen; Bach’s chorus: a preliminary report,Joshua Rifkin. Part IX Challenging HIP Bach defended against his devotees,Theodor W. Adorno; Early music defended against its devotees: a theory of historical performance in the 20th century,Laurence Dreyfus.Part X Epilogue A Bach odyssey,Sigiswald Kuijken. Series bibliography Name inDex IncluDes 30 previously publisheD journal articles July 2011 | 588 pages | HarDback | 978-0-7546-2882-8 |
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Part IV Tempo anD Rhythm Classical anD Romantic MusicHistorical performance, metronome marks and tempo in Beethoven’s symphonies, Clive Brown; The case of compensating rubato,Sarah Martin; Tempo as an Edited byDavid Milsom, University of Huddersfield, UK expressive element in the late Romantic lied,Edward F. Kravitt; New light on late 18th-century tempo: William Crotch’s pendulum markings,Emanuel Rubin. The Library of Essays on Music Performance Practice Part V Aspects oF Notation: his volume brings together twenty-two of the most diverse and stimulating Dots and strokes in late 18th- and 19th-century music,Clive Brown;The expressive Tpause: punctuation, rests and breathing in England 1770–1850,Robert Toft; journal articles on classical and romantic performing practice, representing a rich vein of enquiry into epochs of music still very much at the forefront of current Beggar at the door: the rise and fall of portamento in singing,John Potter; Bowing concert repertoire. In so doing, it provides a wide range of subject-based scholarship styles, vibrato and portamento in 19th-century violin playing,Clive Brown; and reveals a fascinating window onto the historical performance debate of the last Portamento and the phonograph effect,Mark Katz. few decades in music. Series bibliography Contents: Name inDex IntroDuction IncluDes 22 previously publisheD Journal articles Part I Style anD Purpose: Appraising 18th anD 19th Century Aesthetics July 2011 | 528 pages | HarDback| 978-0-7546-2859-0 |Performing Classical repertoire: the unbridgeable gulf between contemporary practice and historical reality,Clive Brown; Mozart as early music: a Romantic antidote,Laurence Dreyfus; Listening and responding to the evidence of early 20th-century performance,Daniel Leech-Wilkinson. Buy the 4-Volume Part II StuDies in Historical Sources Mathis Lussy’sTraite de l’expressione musicaleas a window into performance practice,set anD save money! Michael D. Green; Quantz’sunegal: implications for the performance of 18th-century music,Claire A. Fontijn; The recordings of Joachim, Ysaÿe and Sarasate in light of their reception by 19th-century British critics,Dorottya Fabian. Part III Instruments, Ensembles anD ConDucting Buying the 4-Volume set is your best option! Towards a Verdian ideal of singing: emancipation from modern orthodoxy,Roger Freitas; Brahms’s pianos and the performance of his late piano works,It’s far more cost-effective because the set price already includes a generous discount. Camilla Cai; The orchestra in Beethoven’s Vienna,Clive Brown; Mozart’s Viennese orchestras,Dexter Edge; Rejected traditions: ensemble placement in 19th-century Paris,Donna M. Di Grazia; Style and sonority in Wagner string performance,You can save even more by ordering the 4-Volume set via our website which gives you a David Milsom;The origins of the ideology of authenticity in interpretation: further 10% discount Mendelssohn, Berlioz and Wagner as conductors,José Antonio Bowen.
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