Title, Music in the Renaissance. Author, Gustave Reese. Edition, revised. Publisher, Dent, Original from, University of Minnesota. Digitized, Feb 20, Music of France and the Low Countries in the Period. The Frottolists and their Contemporaries in Northern. 15 other sections not shown. Other editions. Music in the Renaissance / by Gustave Reese. Physical Description: xvii, p., 8 leaves of plaes: ill., facsims., music ; 24 cm. Locate a Print Version: Find in.
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Inhowever, he was already teaching classes at the university in medieval and Renaissance music. Reese is known mainly for his work on medieval and Renaissance musicparticularly with his two publications Music in the Middle Ages and Music in the Renaissance ; these two books remain the standard reference works for these two eras, with complete and precise bibliographical material, allowing for almost every piece of music mentioned to be traced back to a primary source.
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Sign In or Create an Account. He is often perceived to have ‘raised the bar’ of musicological scholarship with his thorough research, intellectual rigour and comprehensive bibliographies. Don’t have an account? Del Herman marked it as to-read Dec 04, Greg McConeghy rated it liked it Dec 27, Music in the Renaissance. More Books Music Music History. These two pillars have incited a revival of interest and scholarship in the areas of early music.
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Receive exclusive offers and updates from Oxford Academic. Garrett Cash marked it as to-read Dec 04, To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Part I deals at some length with the central musical language of the 15th and 16th centuries, which was developed in France, Italy, and the Low Countries, while Part II deals primarily with the music of other lands.
Jane Bretz added it May 23, Thereafter, the entire period is traversed again for each country dealt with in Part II. Related articles in Google Scholar. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
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Reese was married to Fine Arts administrator and cookbook author and editor Carol Truax from to Gustave Reese had a profound impact on generations of music students through his passionate and insightful teaching. Also active in the music publishing industry, he headed the publication department of G. Eduardo marked it as to-read Jul 23, For this study, the most fitting method has seemed to be one that might, with Browning in mind, be called the Ring and the Book technique.
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Renaissanc added it Jan 02, Citing articles via Google Scholar. He studied law at New York Universitygraduating in He is also remarkable in that he lacked formal musicological training. He was a founder-member thw the American Musicological Society AMS fromserving as its first secretary — Available Our Retail Price: He became vice-president in and president of the organization in Maybe I spite my face for not daring it, but just way too exhausting- for Some Reason.
He commissioned other people to contribute specialist sections to these books, such as Igor Buketoff ‘s piece on Russian chant in Music in the Middle Ages.