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French organ mass in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

Almonte Charles Howell

French organ mass in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

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Published by University of Rochester Press in Rochester, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mass (Music),
  • Music French -- History and criticism,
  • Organ music -- To 1800

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 334, 60 leaves.
    Number of Pages334
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18840948M

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French organ mass in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. by Almonte Charles Howell Download PDF EPUB FB2

Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. The French organ Mass in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries [MICROFORM]. in SearchWorks catalog. organ building, and it is particularly obvious in the case of the French “classical” or baroque organ that developed in France from the end of the sixteenth century until the French Revolution at the end of the eighteenth Size: 36KB.

French Organ Masterpieces of the 17th and 18th Centuries: Ten Works By Piroye, Marchand, F. Couperin, L. Couperin, De Grigny, Clerambault. Nonesuch Stereo H Product details5/5(3).

In spite of the profusion of different types of reeds available in German organs throughout the 17th and 18th centuries, only the Trompette, Cromorne and Voix Humaine were used in France until rather late in the 18th century when two or three derivatives of these basic types made their appearance, the 8' Basson-Clarinette of the Positif and the 8' Hautbois of the Récit in the St.

Gervais Clicquot organ of. History. The French Organ Mass is a classic example of the so-called alternatim practice, a term which indicates a type of liturgy when alternate sections of liturgical items (such as a Mass or a Magnificat) were performed by different forces.

In organ alternatim practice—and so, in the French Organ Mass—the organist plays when texts would otherwise have been sung. In the eighteenth century a well-known organ-builder was Joh. Nicolaus le Ferre, who, inbuilt an organ of 51 stops in Paris.

More famous is Don Bedos de Celles (), who also wrote an important book, "L'art du facteur d'orgues" (Paris, ). In terms of both virginal and organ music there was a remarkable consistency throughout the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. From the middle of the seventeenth century, writing for keyboard music intended for harpsichord or virginal became much more idiomatic, reflecting French style in Author: David J.

Smith. Une Voix French organ mass in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. book A French Voice: 20th-Century Organ Masterworks Renée Anne Louprette Acis APL 69'58 Jeanne Demessieux () Te Deum Nadia Boulanger () Improvisation Jacques Ibert () Fugue Jehan Alain () Variations on a Theme by Clément Jannequin André Isoir () Six Variations on a Huguenot Psalm Louis Vierne (.

French 16th/17th-century repertoire • Clérambault, L-N. Organ Book Kalmus K £ / Schola Cantorum SP £ • Couperin, F. Mass For The Parishes Kalmus K £ / Schola Cantorum SP £ • Couperin, F.

Mass For The Convents Kalmus K £ / Schola Cantorum SP £ Instrumental in establishing this style were Louis Couperin (c. –), who experimented with structure, registration and melodic lines, expanding the traditional polyphonic forms, and Guillaume-Gabriel Nivers (–), who established the distinct forms and styles of what was to become the French organ tradition.

IX. 16TH CENTURY ITALIAN HARPSICHORD (original) William Byrd (d. ): Praeludium (MB ) and Alman (MB ), from FITZWILLIAM VIRGINAL BOOK X.

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With 15 ts: KIMBERLY MARSHALL: Bourdon Pipes on late-medieval Organs. PIERRE HARDOUIN: Relecture de quwelques documents des Orgues d'Allemagne au XVIe Siècle. EDWARD E. SCHAEFER: Bernardino Bottazzi's Choro et Organo and the Italian Organ Mass of the 16th and 17th Centuries. The noels of the eighteenth-century French organ school were based on religious songs, folk-like in nature, which were sung in the vernacular at the Christmas Eve Midnight Mass.

By the seventeenth century, instrumental versions of the noels appeared, and at the end of the century the first keyboard variations on the noel tunes were published. Shop and Buy European Organ Music Of The Sixteenth And Seventeenth Centuries; Volume 2: Italy And Germany sheet music.

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Of the fifteenth century we will mention only Steffan of Breslau, who built a new organ for Erfurt cathedral in In the sixteenth century Gregorius Vogel was famous for the beauty and variety of tone of his stops.

In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries the Silbermann family were renowned. EDWARD E. SCHAEFER: Bernardino Bottazzi's Choro et Organo and the Italian Organ Mass of the 16th and 17th Centuries.

ROBERT E. BATES: Nivers' Tonal Material: Tuning Restrictions & the Development of the major-minor System. French organ versets and alternatim practice reached their zenith during the second half of the seventeenth century and the early eighteenth century.

In addition to the Mass, alternatim versets are used in office liturgies, specifically in Vespers. Within the Mass, alternatim was. French tragic drama in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. London, Methuen [Distributed in the USA by Harper & Row Publishers, Barnes & Noble Import Division, ] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Geoffrey Brereton.

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During the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the cello was often used as part of a basso continuo group, and since the seventeenth century it has been a regular member of the string orchestra.

The eighteenth century saw the first virtuosic cello repertory, composed by Johann Sebastian Bach (–), Joseph Haydn (–), Luigi. Cathedral Chants of the 16th, 17th and 18th Centuries Alt ernative.

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None [force assignment] Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: chants Language English (chant texts not included) Composer Time Period Comp. Period: Romantic Composer: Rimbault, Edward Francis. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Winston Graham Poldark Series 12 Books Collection Set (Ross Poldark, Demelza, Jeremy Poldark, Warleggan, The Black Moon, The Four Swans, The Angry Tide, The Stranger From The Sea, The Miller's Dance.

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This period originated in 12th century France and extended up until the 16th century, which is why many of the architectural designs reflect the historical gothic style.

During the midth century, a foot flying buttress of the choir was added on to the cathedral, which helped support the weight of the roof. (1) 16thth-century instrumental genre in the manner of a French polyphonic chanson, characterized by the juxtaposition of short contrasting sections; (2) term.

For England, lowland Scotland, the Netherlands, north-western Germany and north-eastern France, an expansion of literacy for the middling ranks had occurred by the end of the seventeenth century.

For men at least, Castile in the sixteenth century had been on a par with France and England until the second quarter of the seventeenth century. I have known the two Couperin Organ Masses for well over half a century, but for much of that time they were a puzzle to me.

21 beautiful movements in each, but how did this ragbag count as AN organ mass. At that time it was the custom for every performer and every recording artist to play only the organ movements. The 17th and 18th centuries.

After printing, the next significant influence on music performance was the gradual emergence of the audience, for the relationship between participants in the musical experience—between performer and listener—became polarized. The first evidence for this shift was the rise of the professional vocal virtuoso about the last quarter of the 16th century, and this.

This beautiful programme, recorded inbrings us back to the Golden Age of the Netherlands, the 16th and 17th century, in which cultural life. English hymns and their tunes in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Date Issued and ascertain from an analysis of the music if these small compositions reflected the transition from the sixteenth century strict polyphonic writing based on the ecclesiastical modes, to the chordal writing of the seventeenth century; the latter Author: Edna Dorintha Parks.

Music and Ideas in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries shows Claude V. Palisca--one of the preeminent musicologists of our time--at the height of his powers, discussing the relationships between musical style and intellectual history, the influence of humanism on the revival of music theory, the competing notions of style, and the.

Get this from a library. The 16th- and 17th-century organ-mass; a study in musical style. [Clawson Young Cannon]. Book Description: During the great upheavals in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, Europe was divided over ideas about religion, science, education, economy, and government.

The Church fought the Reformation, scholars formed into competing universities. Introduction. The organ. General description. Classes of pipes. Qualities of tone color. Mutation stops. Mixture stops. Registration. Germany in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. France in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

Italy in the seventeenth century. Germany in the nineteenth century. France in the nineteenth bility: Available. Home listening: riches from the 16th and 17th centuries – and earlier A magical mystery tour with Ed Lyon, Fretwork come full circle, and the story of the early music revolution Fiona Maddocks.

a secular vocal composition for three or more voices. The 16th-century madrigal has no direct musical connection to the 14th-century genre also known as the madrigal (see Chapter 3). The term was revived in the s for a new type of polyphonic song, similar in some respects to the frottola but more ambitious in tone, both textually and musically.

During the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries in Western Europe, a profound change occurred in the military capabilities of that portion of the Continent, a change so profound that it can accurately be phrased a revolution in the military art. Born to a family of French no-bility, Vauban entered the French Army at the age of seventeen.Shop and Buy Pieces For Small Organ (without Pedals); Book 1: 16thth Centuries sheet music.

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