Source Readings in Music History

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W. W. Norton & Company, 1998 - 1552
Forty-five years after the appearance of the first edition, Oliver Strunk's monumental anthology of writings about music has been thoroughly revised and extended by a team of scholars working under the direction of musicologist Leo Treitler. For this new edition, seven specialists in music history have replaced some selections, added others, contributed new translations, and provided additional notes and introductions. An entire new section, covering the twentieth century, significantly enlarges the book's scope. Readers can now acquire a comprehensive picture of Western musical thought and ideas through the ages.
 

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INTRODUCTION
3
Plato FROM THE Republic
9
Plato FROM THE Timaeus
19
Cleonides Harmonic Introduction
35
Aristides Quintilianus FROM On Music
47
Gaudentius Harmonic Introduction
66
Bartolomé de Segovia? FROM Relation of Many Occurrences
78
Athenaeus FROM THE Sophists at Dinner
85
François Raguenet FROM A Comparison between the French
671
Jean Laurent Le Cerf de la Viéville FROM Comparison
679
Pier Jacopo Martello FROM On Ancient and Modern
686
Johann Mattheson FRom The Complete Music Director
696
Athanasius Kircher FROM Musurgia universalis or The Great
707
Barbados
712
Charles Fonton FROM Essay on Oriental Music Compared
721
GLOSSARY OF FOREIGN PERFORMANCE TERMS
731

THE EARLY CHRISTIAN PERIOD AND THE LATIN
111
Richard Ligon FROM A True Exact History of the Island
118
the Ephesians
128
Giambattista Mancini FROM Practical Reflections
131
MUSIC AS A LIBERAL ART
135
Boethius FROM Fundamentals of Music
137
Cassiodorus FROM Fundamentals of Sacred and Secular Learning
143
Isidore of Seville FROM THE Etymologies
149
CHANT AND LITURGY IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES
157
St Benedict FRoM THE Rule of St Benedict
159
PseudoGermanus Exposition of the Ancient Gallican Liturgy
164
Anonymous 8th Century Ordo romanus XVII
171
Helisachar Letter to Archbishop Nidibrius of Narbonne
176
John the Deacon FROM Life of Gregory the Great
178
The Monk of St Gall FROM Life of the Emperor Charles the Great
181
Hildegard of Bingen FROM Epistle 47 To the Prelates of Mainz
183
MUSIC THEORY AND PEDAGOGY IN THE MIDDLE AGES
187
Anonymous 9th Century FROM THE Musica enchiriadis
189
Ethel Smyth FROM Streaks of Life 1411
194
Anonymous 10th Century FROM THE Alia musica
196
PseudoOdo of Cluny Dialogue on Music
198
Guido of Arezzo Prologue to His Antiphoner
211
Guido of Arezzo Epistle Concerning an Unknown Chant
214
Anonymous 13th Century Discantus positio vulgaris
218
Johannes de Garlandia FROM De musica mensurabili
223
Franco of Cologne Ars cantus mensurabilis
226
Aegidius of Zamora FROM Ars musica
245
Marchetto of Padua FROM Pomerium in arte musicae mensuratae
251
Jehan des Murs FROM Notitia artis musicae
261
Jacques of Liège FROM Speculum musicae
269
INTRODUCTION
281
Johannes Tinctoris Proportionale musicesDedication
291
Pierre de Ronsard Livre des mélangesDedication
300
Guillaume Du Fay Letter to Piero and Giovanni
311
Vincenzo Calmeta FROM Life of the Fertile Vernacular Poet
321
Francis I King of France Royal Privilege for Music
330
Maddalena Casulana The First Book of Madrigals for Four
336
Balthasar de Beaujoyeulx FROM Le balet comique
342
Vincenzo Giustiniani FROM Discourse on the Music of
352
MUSIC AND RELIGIOUS REFORM
359
Martin Luther Wittemberg GesangbuchForeword
361
Desiderius Erasmus FROM On Restoring the Harmony of the Church
362
Jean Calvin The Geneva PsalterEpistle to the Reader
364
Claude Goudimel The Geneva PsalterForeword to the Edition of 1565
367
Bernardino Cirillo Letter to Ugolino Gualteruzzi
368
Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina Second Book of Masses Dedication
373
Pope Gregory XIII Brief on the Reform of the Chant
374
Thomas East The Whole Booke of PsalmesDedication and Preface
376
William Byrd GradualiaDedications and Foreword
378
MUSIC MAGIC GNOSIS
383
Marsilio Ficino FROM Three Books on Life
385
Franchino Gafori FROM De harmonia musicorum instrumentorum opus
390
Pontus de Tyard FRom First Solitaire or Prose on the Muses and Poetic Furor
395
WRITINGS ON POLYPHONIC PRACTICE
399
Johannes Tinctoris FROM Liber de arte contrapuncti
401
Bartolomé Ramis de Pareia FROM Musica practica
407
Pietro Aaron FROM Treatise on the Nature and Recognition of All the Tones of Figured Song
415
Heinrich Glarean FROM Dodecachordon
428
Gioseffo Zarlino FROM Istitutioni harmoniche
436
Vincenzo Galilei FROM Dialogue on Ancient and Modern Music
462
Joachim Burmeister FROM Musica poetica
467
Pietro Pontio FROM Ragionamento di musica
471
Thomas Morley FROM A Plaine and Easie Introduction to Practicall Musicke
479
GLIMPSES OF OTHER MUSICAL WORLDS
483
Girolamo Mei Letter to Vincenzo Galilei
485
Filippo Pigafetta and Duarte Lopez FROM Relation on
502
INTRODUCTION
511
Pietro de Bardi Letter to Giovanni Battista Doni
523
Fray Toribio de Benavente called Motolinia FROM Memoranda or Book of the Things of New Spain and of the Natives There 495
531
Claudio and Giulio Cesare Monteverdi Explanation of
535
Pietro della Valle FROM Of the Music of Our Time
544
Pierfrancesco Tosi FROM Observations on the Florid
551
Heinrich Schütz Memorandum to the Elector of Saxony
557
Johann Sebastian Bach Short but Most Necessary Draft for
565
Evrard Titon du Tillet FROM THE First Supplement to
571
The Truthful Reporter Two Letters on Opera in Rome
578
Roger North FROM Memoirs of Music
585
Grazioso Uberti FROM The Musical Disagreement
593
Giulio Caccini Dedication to Euridice
605
Lodovico Viadana Preface to One Hundred Sacred Concertos
617
Anonymous FROM The Choragus or Some Observations
629
Christopher Simpson FROM The DivisionViol or The Art
635
Georg Muffat FROM Prefaces to Florilegia
644
Jacopo Peri Preface to The Music for Euridice
659
Claudio Monteverdi Preface to Madrigali guerrieri
665
INTRODUCTION
737
Johann Philipp Kirnberger FROM The Art of Strict Musical
762
Heinrich Christoph Koch FROM Introductory Essay
777
Heinrich Christoph Koch FROM Introductory Essay
807
Francesco Galeazzi from TheoreticalPractical Elements
819
JérômeJoseph de Momigny FROM A Complete Course
826
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach FROM Essay on the Proper
851
Leopold Mozart FROM Essay on the Fundamental Principles
863
Daniel Gottlob Türk FROM School of Clavier Playing
875
JeanJacques Rousseau FROM Letter on French Music
895
Francesco Algarotti FROM An Essay on the Opera
909
Denis Diderot FROM Rameaus Nephew
922
Christoph Willibald Gluck Dedication for Alceste
932
JeanJacques Rousseau FROM Essay on the Origin
945
Johann Jakob Engel FROM On Painting in Music
954
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Letters to His Father
965
Germaine de Staël FROM Letters on Rousseau
980
Charles Burney FROM The Present State of Music in France
989
Susannah Burney FROM LetterJournal 177980
999
Johann Nikolaus Forkel FROM A General History
1012
Johann Friedrich Reichardt FROM Personal Letters Written
1029
INTRODUCTION
1045
Jean Paul FROM Elementary Course in Aesthetics
1055
Wilhelm Wackenroder The Remarkable Musical Life of
1061
Margaret Fuller FROM Lives of the Great Composers
1072
George Eliot FROM Daniel Deronda
1076
THE MUSIC OF THE FUTURE
1085
Richard Wagner FROM The Artwork of the Future
1094
Adolf Bernhard Marx FROM The Music of the Nineteenth Century
1112
MUSIC CRITICISM
1121
FrançoisJoseph Fétis The Concert of Monsieur Chopin from Warsaw
1123
Hector Berlioz Rossinis William Tell
1125
Robert Schumann FROM Davidsbündlerblātter
1141
Franz Liszt and Carolyne von SaynWittgenstein FROM Berlioz and His Harold Symphony
1158
John Sullivan Dwight The National Peace Jubilee
1175
MUSICAL MEANING AND EXPRESSION 1 191
1191
E T A Hoffmann Beethovens Instrumental Music
1193
MarcAndré Souchay and Felix Mendelssohn An Exchange of Letters
1198
Eduard Hanslick FROM Wom MusikalischSchönen
1202
Edmund Gurney FROM The Power of Sound
1211
MUSIC THEORY AND PE DAGOGY
1221
Adolf Bernhard Marx FROM The Theory of Musical Composition 1223
1223
Hermann Helmholtz FROM On the Sensations of Tone
1231
Amy Fay FROM MusicStudy in Germany
1240
MUSICAL EN COUNTERS
1247
Antonín Dvořák Music in America
1249
Frederick Douglass FROM My Bondage and My Freedom
1258
Richard Wallaschek FROM Primitive Music
1262
V THE TWENTIETH CENTURY Edited by Rob ERT P MoRGAN INTRODUCTION
1273
ESTHETIC POSITIONS
1281
Arnold Schoenberg Two Letters to Ferruccio Busoni
1283
Jean Cocteau FROM Cock and Harlequin
1290
Igor Stravinsky FROM Poetics of Music
1294
John Cage Experimental Music
1300
Milton Babbitt Who Cares if You Listen?
1305
Evan Ziporyn Who Listens if You Care?
1311
EXPANDED SONIC RESOURCES
1319
Ferruccio Busoni FROM Sketch of a New Esthetic of Music
1321
Luigi Russolo The Art of Noises
1328
Charles Ives Music and Its Future
1334
Edgard Varèse The Liberation of Sound
1339
Pierre Boulez Tendencies in Recent Music
1346
COMPOSITIONAL APPROACHES
1353
Arnold Schoenberg FROM Composition with Twelve Tones
1355
Karlheinz Stockhausen FROM The Concept of Unity in Electronic Music
1366
Iannis Xenakis Free Stochastic Music
1371
György Ligeti FROM Metamorphoses of Musical Form
1376
Steve Reich FROM Writings about Music
1385
MUSIC SOCIETY POLITICS
1391
Kurt Weill Shifts in Musical Production
1393
Joseph Goebbels Speech for the Düsseldorf Music Festival
1395
Pravda Chaos Instead of Music
1397
Sergey Prokofiev Three Commentaries
1399
Dmitri Shostakovich FROM Testimony
1402
Marian Anderson FROM My Lord What a Morning
1406
Draft Constitution
1409
Differently?
1415
Claude Debussy Three Articles for Music Journals
1431
Wanda Landowska The Return to the Music of
1444
CONCERT LIFE RECEPTION AND
1459
Steven Connor FROM Postmodernist Culture
1475
Nadia Boulanger FROM Two Interviews
1488
George Rochberg FROM On the Third String
1504
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Leo Treitler, Distinguished Professor of Music at the City University of New York, is the author of Music and the Historical Imagination, as well as other books and articles on music historiography and medieval music.

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