A History of Baroque Music

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Indiana University Press, 2004 - 701

A History of Baroque Music is an exhaustive study of the music of the Baroque period, with particular focus on the 17th century. Individual chapters consider the work of significant composers, including Monteverdi, Corelli, Scarlatti, Schütz, Purcell, Handel, Bach, and Telemann, as well as specific countries and regions. Two contributed chapters examine composers and genres from Russia, the Ukraine, Slovenia, Croatia, and Latin America. The book also includes a wealth and variety of musical examples from all genres and instrumental combinations.

Contributors are Claudia Jensen, Metoda Kokole, Rui Vieira Nery, and Ennio Stipcevic.

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BAROQUE AS A HISTORICAL CONCEPT
1
CHAPTER TWO BAROQUE INNOVATIONS IN ITALY TO CIRCA 1640
29
Keyboard Music
50
The Operas
72
The Oratorio
90
Instrumental Music
104
Corellis Chamber Sonatas
117
Vocal Chamber Music of Alessandro Scarlatti
133
Odes and Welcome Songs
344
Music for the Theater
350
CHAPTER TWELVE SPAIN PORTUGAL AND LATIN AMERICA
359
The First Half of the Eighteenth Century
385
Latin America
396
Music in the Amerindian Archives
406
CHAPTER THIRTEEN BAROQUE MUSIC IN EASTERN EUROPE
414
Music in Slovenia Metoda Kokole ed Zdravko Blazekovic Ljubljana
429

CHAPTER SIX THE BAROQUE IN FRANCE
152
The Baroque in France during the Reign of Louis XIV
167
CHAPTER SEVEN SACRED MUSIC IN NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN EUROPE
204
Sweelinck and Sacred Vocal Music in the Netherlands
210
Other German Composers of Sacred Vocal Music
223
Sacred Vocal Music in Southern Germany and Austria
229
CHAPTER EIGHT SECULAR MUSIC IN NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN EUROPE
241
Keyboard Music in the First Half of the Seventeenth Century
249
CHAPTER NINE HEINRICH SCHÜTZ 15851672
264
CHAPTER TEN ENGLISH MUSIC DURING THE STUART REIGN
292
Secular Vocal Music
304
Instrumental Music
315
Keyboard Music
322
CHAPTER ELEVEN HENRY PURCELL 16591695
329
The Church Anthems
335
Music in Russia Ukraine Claudia Jensen Kirkland Washington
437
CHAPTER FOURTEEN MUSIC IN ITALY
461
CHAPTER FIFTEEN OPERA AT HAMBURG DRESDEN AND VIENNA
472
From Italy to London
480
The Instrumental Music
489
The Oratorios
497
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH 16851750
503
The Organ Music
509
Chamber Music
520
Vocal Works
527
CHAPTER EIGHTEEN GEORG PHILIPP TELEMANN 16811767
559
Telemann and the End of the Baroque
567
BIBLIOGRAPHY
631
INDEX
667
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Strona 633 - John). AMPHION ANGLICUS. A Work of many Compositions, for One, Two, Three and Four Voices: With several Accompagnements of Instrumental Musick; and A Thorow-Bass to each Song : Figur'd for an Organ, Harpsichord, or Theorboe-Lute.
Strona 650 - Charles II to the Great Duke of Muscovie. the King of Sweden, and the King of Denmark.

Informacje o autorze (2004)

George J. Buelow, Professor Emeritus of Musicology at Indiana University, is former President of the American Bach Society. His research and publications, including several articles in The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, focus on the music of the Baroque and the history of opera.

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