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The Cambridge History of Sixteenth-Century Music

  • Author: Fenlon, Iain
  • Author: Wistreich, Richard
rich in detail ... The Cambridge History of Sixteenth-Century Music, in short, invites us to consider these themes, and to revisit the beautiful music of the period with renewed curiosity

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Contents

  • Introduction Iain Fenlon and Richard Wistreich;
  • Part I . Confessions, Identities, and Rhetorics of Power:
  • 1. Catholic music in the sixteenth century Robert L. Kendrick;
  • 2. Lutheranism and Calvinism Alexander Fisher;
  • 3. Music and reform in France, England and Scotland Magnus Williamson;
  • 4. Music in the early colonial world Olivia Bloechl;
  • 4.1. Mexico City Melinda Latour;
  • 4.2. The Catholic Mission to Japan 1549-1614 Olivia Bloechl;
  • 5. Music and War Richard Wistreich;
  • Part II . Culture, Place and Practice:
  • 6. Urban soundscapes Iain Fenlon;
  • 7. Interior spaces for music Flora Dennis;
  • 8. The lives of musicians Richard Wistreich;
  • 9. Domestic music Kate van Orden;
  • Part III . Institutions, Ideas and the Order of Nature:
  • 10. Institutions and intellectual life;
  • 10.1. Italy Giuseppe Gerbino;
  • 10.2. Germany Inga Mai Groote;
  • 11. Music theory and pedagogy Thomas Christensen;
  • 12. Music and science Floris Cohen and Jacomien Prins;
  • 13. Music and magic Angela Voss.