Book Series Epitome musical

Perspectives on Luca Marenzio’s Secular Music

Mauro Calcagno (ed)

  • Pages: 527 p.
  • Size:190 x 290 mm
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2015

  • ISBN: 978-2-503-55332-0
  • Paperback
  • Available


Mauro Calcagno, Introduction, Franco Piperno, Petrarch, Petrarchism, and the Italian Madrigal, James Haar, The Madrigali a quattro, cinque, et sei voci: Marenzio’s "maniera assai differente dalla passata", Seth Coluzzi, "Tirsi mio, caro Tirsi": Il pastor fido and the Roman Madrigal, James Chater, Family Matters: Music in the Life and Works of Giovambattista Strozzi the Elder, Ruth DeFord, {C} and {Cut-C} in the Madrigals of Marenzio, John W. Hill, Two Reflections of Sixteenth-Century Italian Solo Singing in Luca Marenzio's Villanelle (1584–97), Claudio Annibaldi, Social Markers in the Musical Market: The Patronage of Music in Marenzio's Age in Light of His Madrigals, Mario Biagioli, Between Signs and Symbols: Annibaldi, Marenzio, and the Patronage of Music, Arnaldo Morelli, Marenzio, the Courtier: Some Thoughts on Patronage in the Court of Rome, Stefano Lorenzetti, Marenzio and the "Paradoxical Act" of Dedicating a Printed Music Book, Jonathan Glixon, There Are No Simple Answers: Patronage of the Late Sixteenth-Century Madrigal, Claudio Annibaldi, A Reply in an Apologetic Vein, Giuseppe Gerbino, Marenzio and the Shepherds of the Tiber Valley, Paolo Cecchi, "Delicious air and sweet invention": The Circulation and Consumption of Marenzio's Secular Music in England (ca. 1588–1640), Jane Bernstein, Marenzio and Music Printing in Late Cinquecento Rome and Venice, Christine Jeanneret, "Dare in luce & con diligenza correggere": A Study of Marenzio’s Editions and Reeditions, Laurent Pugin, Music Printers at Work: Marenzio's Madrigali a quattro voci, libro primo, Etienne Darbellay, Is There a Need for a New Edition of Marenzio's Music?, Paolo Cecchi, List of Secular and Devotional Compositions by Luca Marenzio