2 edition of Baroque music found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Robert Donington|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||206 p. :|
|Number of Pages||206|
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A History of Baroque Music is an exhaustive study of the music of the Baroque period, with particular focus on the 17th century. Individual chapters consider the work of significant composers, including Monteverdi, Corelli, Scarlatti, Schütz, Purcell, Handel, Bach, and /5(2).
A History of Baroque Music is an exhaustive study of the music of the Baroque period, with particular focus on the 17th century. Individual chapters consider the work of significant composers, including Monteverdi, Corelli, Scarlatti, Schütz, Purcell, Handel, Bach, and Cited by: H.
Wiley Hitchcock, who edited Baroque Music and served as the editor of the broader series of music books of which Palisca's book is a part, says all the books in the series are supposed to be accessible to "informed amateurs" as well as musicologists/5(6). Baroque Music book.
Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Drawing on the encyclopedic wealth of material in the author's classic /5. baroque, in music, a style that prevailed from the last decades of the 16th cent.
to the first decades of the 18th cent. Its beginnings were in the late 16th-century revolt against polyphony that gave rise to the accompanied recitative and to opera and recitative came the figured bass, used consistently in ensemble music throughout the baroque era.
What is Baroque Music. What is “baroque,” and when was the Baroque period. Derived from the Portuguese barroco, or “oddly shaped pearl,” the term “baroque” has been widely used since the nineteenth century to describe the period in Western European art music from about to Comparing some of music history’s greatest.
Books shelved as baroque-music: The Study of Counterpoint by Johann Joseph Fux, The Cello Suites by Eric Siblin, Baroque Music Today: Music as Speech; Wa.