2 edition of Secret chromatic art in the Netherlands motet found in the catalog.
Secret chromatic art in the Netherlands motet
Edward E. Lowinsky
|Statement||by Edward E. Lowinsky. Translated from the German by Carl Buchman.|
|Series||Columbia University studies in musicology no. 6|
|LC Classifications||ML184 .L72 1967|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 191 p.|
|Number of Pages||191|
|LC Control Number||66027120|
The Secret Chromatic Art in the Netherlands Motet, trans. Carl Buchman, Columbia University Studies in Musicology 6 (Russell & Russell, ); Margaret Bent, "Diatonic Ficta," Early Music History 4 (), The provocative Secret Chromatic Art in the Netherlands Motet () was Lowinsky's first major scholarly publication. His three-volume The Medici Codex of () initiated Monuments of Renaissance Music, a series of scholarly editions that Lowinsky founded and edited until
Chromaticism, (from Greek chroma, “colour”) in music, the use of notes foreign to the mode or diatonic scale upon which a composition is based. Chromatic tones in Western art music are the notes in a composition that are outside the seven-note . Secret Chromatic Art of the Netherlands title of a book by musicologist Edward Lowinsky (one of the most influential musicologists in post-WWII America) on the issue of musica ficta in Renaissance motets. highly controversial, prompted a series of articles in response to and in defense of his claims as well as further research into issues.
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Book xix, p. 23 cm. ; Lowinsky was one of the most prominent and influential musicologists in post-World War II America.
His work on the "secret chromatic art" of Renaissance motets was hotly debated in its time, spurring considerable research into the issues of musica ficta and performance practice of early : Edward E. Lowinsky. Secret Chromatic Art in the Netherlands Motet by Edward E.
Lowinsky, Translated from the German by Carl Buchman and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at 1 Edward Lowinsky, Secret Chromatic Art in the Netherlands Motet, trans. Carl Buchman (New York: Columbia University Press, ). 2 Lowinsky, Secret Chromatic Art, The Secret of the Secret Chromatic Art BONNIE GORDON I na few years after emigrating from Nazi Germany via the Netherlands and Cuba to the United States, Edward.
OCLC Number: Notes: Fifty-six "Music examples" on 26 p. between p. and p. Description: xix, pages 23 cm. Contents: Introduction --I. THE NETHERLANDS MOTET ON THE ROAD TO CHROMATICISM --Sharps and flats --Chromaticism indicated through notation --Unspecified chromaticism --The chromatic clausula --Summary SECRET.
OCLC Number: Notes: "Musical examples": 1 l., 23 pl. on 12 l. following p. Description: xix pages, 1 leaf, pages 24 cm. Contents: The Netherlands motet on the road to chromaticism --The secret chromatic art --Technique and symbolism of the secret chromatic art --Composers, publishers, and texts in relation to insertion of accidentals and to chromaticism.
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The Secret of the Secret Chromatic Art The Secret of the Secret Chromatic Art Gordon, Bonnie The Secret of the Secret Chromatic Art BONNIE GORDON na few years after emigrating from Nazi Germany via the Netherlands and Cuba to the United States, Edward Lowinsky published a strange but riveting book entitled Secret.
Injust after emigrating from Nazi Germany via the Netherlands and Cuba to the United States, Edward Lowinsky published The Secret Chromatic Art in the Netherlands posited a system of chromatic modulations through musica ficta in sixteenth-century Netherlandish polyphony circulated by clandestine heretic societies during the period of.
Secret Chromatic Art in the Netherlands Motet (New York, ) Tonality and Atonality in Sixteenth-Century Music (Berkeley, ) (ed. with B.J. Blackburn) Josquin des Prez: New York (proceedings of an international symposium) Cipriano de Rore's Venus Motet: its Poetic and Pictorial Sources (Provo, UT, )Authority control: BNE: XX.
III. The Sixteenth-Century Motet Orlando di Lasso’s Antwerp Motet Book and Its Relationship to the Contemporary Netherlandish Motet A Newly Discovered Sixteenth-Century Motet Manuscript at the Biblioteca Vallicelliana in Rome A Music Book for Anne Boleyn IV. Josquin des Prez Helmuth Osthoff’s Josquin Monograph Music in the Culture of the Renaissance 4.
Musical Genius: Evolution and Origins of a Concept Orlando di Lasso's Antwerp Motet Book and Its Relationship to the Contemporary Netherlandish Motet A Newly Discovered Sixteenth-Century Motet Manuscript at the Biblioteca Vallicelliana in Rome Secret Chromatic Art in the Netherlands Motet Format: Hardcover (1).
Edward E. Lowinsky, in his seminal book Secret Chromatic Art in the Netherlands Motet, devotes an entire chapter to discussion of the definition of musica reservata. In this “Chapter VII: A New Approach to Musica Reservata” Lowinsky defines the “central idea of musica reservata: to represent in music the text and its pictorial content.
Journal of the American Musicological Society 1 April ; 33 (1): 88– doi: Secret Chromatic Art in the Netherlands Motet (New York, ), passim. Recipient(s) will receive an email with a link to 'The Source for Bach's Musical Offering: The Musical Offering of Quintilian' and will not need an account to access the content.
APA Citation. Lowinsky, Edward urn, Bonnie J. () Music in the culture of the Renaissance and other essays /Chicago: University of Chicago Press, MLA Citation.
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Robert Toft’s book, Aural Images,–38, which largely ignores the London source be-cause of his emphasis on Ochsenkuhn’s intabulation. 6 Lowinsky, Secret Chromatic Art, 25n 7 Josquin ProceedingsThe footnote appears attached to an oral com-ment by Herbert Kellman but was written by the editor of the volume, Edward.
The title of Lowinsky’s epochal Secret Chromatic Art in the Netherlands Motet (New York, ) may have seemed to promise a musicological “thriller” when the book first appeared, and the text does contain references to “smuggled modulations,” “diatonic camouflages,” “hidden contrapuntal devices,” but his thesis is based on.
Lowinsky, Edward E., Secret Chromatic Art in the Netherlands Motet (New York: Columbia University Press, ) Lucchesi, Joachim, ‘ Um in ihnen mehr Klarheit zu schaffen: Hermann Scherchen in Darmstadt ’, in Rudolf Stephan, Lothar Knessl, Otto Tomek, Klaus Trapp, and Christopher Fox (eds.), Von Kranichstein zur Gegenwart (Stuttgart.
(New York, ), pp. 91 –where he reviews not only his own contributions, starting with Secret Chromatic Art in the Netherlands Motet (New York, ), but also scholarly responses to it and relevant contributions by other scholars.
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