2 edition of The Musical Quarterly: Volume 77 found in the catalog.
The Musical Quarterly: Volume 77
Oxford University Press
December 23, 1993
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||196|
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The Musical Quarterly 79 (), Straus, Joseph Nathan. The Music of Ruth Crawford Seeger. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, Taylor, Timothy D. "The Gendered Construction of the Musical Self: The Music of Pauline Oliveros." The Musical Quarterly 77 (), Tick, Judith. Wegman, R C, (Ed.), The Musical Quarterly 82(3/4) special issue on music as heard. Google Scholar Wood, N, , “Once more with feeling: Putting emotion into geographies of music”, unpublished paper, Department of Geography, University of Edinburgh, by:
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Volume Issue Summer-Fall About the journal. The Musical Quarterly, founded in by Oscar Sonneck, has long been cited as the premier scholarly musical journal in the United States.
Over the years it has published the writings of many important composers and musicologists OUP blog content. Learning to listen.
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Milton’s elegy for Edward King was widely admired and imitated in the eighteenth century. These imitations tend to celebrate the poem as an ornamental, musical work while suppressing its politics.
By contrast, Samuel Johnson recognized that the poem’s prosody and its generic heterogeneity were intrinsically related to its political critique.
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"[A] definitive, indeed monumental study of black slave music in America."--Guthrie P. Ramsey Jr., Musical Quarterly Dena J. Epstein () was a retired assistant music librarian at the Joseph Regenstein Library at the University of Chicago, and a past president of the Music Library Association.
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His volume Music of the Florentine Renaissance is a major source for scholarship on sacred and secular music of the period.
His writing for scholarly journals covers a wide variety of topics ranging from individual composers (i.e., Gagliamo, Isaac, Pisano ) to the musical activity in specific institutions (i.e., Cathedral of Santa Maria.
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New patterns of musical behavior of the young generation in industrial societies. Vienna: Universal Edition. Booth, G.D., & Kuhn, T.L. "Economic and Transmission Factors as Essential Elements in the Definition of Folk, Art, and Pop Music," Musical Quarterly, 74, pp. Booth, Mark W.
The art of words in songs. Music was not simply another art form in the Third Reich. In the Nazi imagination, music had a unique significance and power.
As a nation, Germany had a long tradition of musical success – Germans are disproportionately represented among the great classical composers, including Mozart, Bach, Beethoven, Haydn, Schubert, and Wagner – leading some to claim that music was ‘the most German of.
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