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New,Transitions in Mid-Baroque Music: Style, Genre and Performance

  • Editor: Churnside, Carrie

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Contents

  • List of Illustrations
  • Acknowledgements List of Abbreviations
  • Preface - Carrie Churnside
  • Part I . Historical and Geographical Transitions in German and English Instrumental Music 1 Duplex Genius: The French and Italian Musical Styles in the Instrumental Works of Johann Christoph Pez - Samantha Owens 2 Changing Concepts and Priorities: The Ger
  • Part II . Changing Notational and Performance Practices 5 Key Signatures before Keys: Conceptualising and Notating Pitch Relations in the Seventeenth Century - Gregory Barnett 6 Continuity and Change in Continuo Practice: The Case of Italian Opera - Peter
  • Part III . Two Case Studies in Mid-Baroque Church Music 7 Musical Transitions at St. Mary's Church in Lübeck, 1630-1705 - Kerala J. Snyder 8 The Creation of a 'Bolognese Style': Maurizio Cazzati as the Driving Force Behind Evolving Musical Taste in Bologn
  • Part IV . Transition in Italian Instrumental Music 9 On the Cusps of Stylistic Change: Vivaldi's Sonata RV 820 for Violin, Cello and Continuo and its Seventeenth-Century Roots - Michael Talbot 10 Naples at a Crossroads: Transformations in Neapolitan Instr
  • Part V . Change and Influence in Vocal Music 11 How Italian is the tragédieen musique of Quinault and Lully? - Michael Klaper 12 Euterpe's Revenge, or: The Italian Opera Aria c. 1660-1720 - Colin Timms 13 'Ho procurato di seguitare ... i tre maggiori lumi