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A history of western music, J. Peter Burkholder, Donald Jay Grout, Claude V. Palisca

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A history of western music
Title
A history of western music
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J. Peter Burkholder, Donald Jay Grout, Claude V. Palisca
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Language
eng
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Grout, Donald Jay
Dewey number
780/.9
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
  • portraits
  • music
Index
index present
LC call number
ML160
LC item number
.G872 2006
Literary form
non fiction
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bibliography
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  • Burkholder, J. Peter
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Music
Label
A history of western music, J. Peter Burkholder, Donald Jay Grout, Claude V. Palisca
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Publication
Note
"Guide to recordings": p. xiii-xxii
Bar code
  • 31223087973450
  • 31223087973476
  • 31223087973484
  • 31223087973468
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • pt. 1. The ancient and medieval worlds. 1. Music in antiquity. The earliest music ; Music in ancient Mesopotamia ; Timeline ; Music in ancient Greek life and thought ; Music in ancient Rome ; The Greek heritage -- 2. The Christian church in the first millennium. The diffusion of Christianity ; The Judaic heritage ; Music in the early Church ; Divisions in the Church and dialects of chant ; Timeline ; The development of notation ; Music in context : in the monastic Scriptorium ; Music theory and practice ; Echoes of history -- 3. Roman liturgy and chant. The Roman liturgy ; Music in context : the experience of the Mass ; Characteristics of chant ; Timeline ; Genres and forms of chant ; Additions to the authorized chants ; Hildegard of Bingen ; Continuing presence of chant -- 4. Song and dance music in the Middle Ages. European society, 800-1800 [i.e. 1300] ; Latin and vernacular song ; Timeline ; Trobadour and trouvère song ; Forms at a glance : AAB ; Song in other lands ; Medieval instruments ; Dance music ; The lover's complaint -- 5. Polyphony through the thirteenth century. Early organum ; Aquitanian polyphony ; Notre Dame polyphony ; Timeline ; Polyphonic conductus ; Motet ; English polyphony ; A polyphonic tradition -- 6. French and Italian music in the fourteenth century. European society in the fourteenth century ; The ars nova in France ; Innovations : writing rhythm ; Guillaume de Machaut ; Forms at a glance : the formes fixes ; The ars subtilior ; Timeline ; Italian trecento music ; Fourteenth-century music in performance ; Echoes of the new art --
  • pt. 2. The Renaissance. 7. Music and the The Renaissance. Europe from 1400 to 1600 ; Timeline ; The Renaissance in culture and art ; Music in the Renaissance ; New currents in the sixteenth century ; Innovations : music printing ; The legacy of the Renaissance -- 8. England and Burgundy in the fifteenth century. English music ; Timeline ; Music in the Burgundian lands ; Guillaume Du Fay ; The polyphonic Mass ; Music in context : Masses and dragons ;An enduring musical language -- 9. Franco-Flemish composers, 1450-1520. Political change and consolidation ; Ockeghem and Busnoys ; The next generation ; Timeline ; Josquin des Prez ; Forms at a glance : types of Mass ; Old and new -- 10. Sacred music in the era of the reformation. The Reformation ; Music in the Lutheran Church ; Timeline ; Music in Calvinist churches ; Church music in England ; Catholic Church music ; Giovanni Pierluigi de Palestrina ; Spain and the New World ; Germany and Eastern Europe ; Jewish music ; The legacy of sixteenth-century sacred music -- 11. Madrigal and secular song in the sixteenth century. The first market for music ; Spain ; Italy ; Timeline ; The Italian madrigal ; France ; Germany ; England ; The madrigal and its impact -- 12. The rise of instrumental music. Instruments ; Types of instrumental music ; Music in context : social dance ; Timeline ; Music in Venice ; Instrumental music gains independence --
  • pt. 3. The seventeenth century. 13. New styles in the seventeenth century. Europe in the seventeenth century ; Timeline ; From Renaissance to Baroque ; General characteristics of Baroque music ; Enduring innovations -- 14. The invention of opera. Forerunners of opera ; Timeline ; The first operas ; Claudio Monteverdi ; The spread of Italian opera ; Innovations : the operatic diva ; Opera as drama and theater -- 15. Music for chamber and church in the early seventeenth century. Italian vocal chamber music ; Catholic sacred music ; Timeline ; Lutheran church music ; Jewish music ; Instrumental music ; Tradition and innovation -- 16. France, England, Spain, and the New World in the seventeenth century. The French Baroque ; Music in context : the music of the Great Stable ; Timeline ; The English Baroque ; Spain and the New World ; French style and national traditions -- 17. Italy and Germany in the late seventeenth century. Italy ; Forms at a glance : da capo aria ; Timeline ; Music in context : the violin workshop of Antonio Stradivarius ; Germany and Austria ; Seeds for the future --
  • pt. 4. The eighteenth century. 18. The early eighteenth century in Italy and France. Europe in a century of change ; Music in Italy ; Timeline ; Music in context : the voice of Farinelli ; Antonio Vivaldi ; Music in France ; Jean-Philippe Rameau ; A volatile public -- 19. German composers of the late Baroque. Contexts for music ; Johann Sebastian Bach ; Timeline ; George Frideric Handel ; An enduring legacy -- 20. Musical taste and style in the Enlightenment. Europe in the Enlightenment ; Innovations : the public concert ; Musical taste and style ; Timeline ; The enduring Enlightenment -- 21. Opera and vocal music in the early Classic Period. Italian comic opera ; Timelin ; Opera seria ; Opera in other languages ; Opera reform ; Song and church music ; Opera and the new language -- 22. Instrumental music : sonata, symphony, and concerto at midcentury. Instruments and ensembles ; Genres and forms ; Forms at a glance : binary form and its relatives ; Keyboard music ; Timeline ; Orchestral music ; The singing instrument -- 23. Classic music in the late eighteenth century. Joseph Haydn ; Timeline ; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ; Classic music --
  • pt. 5. The nineteenth century. 24. Revolution and change. Revolution, war, and music, 1789-1815 ; Timeline ; Ludwig van Beethoven ; Beethoven's centrality -- 25. The Romantic generation : song and piano music. The new order, 1815-1848 ; Innovations : musical instruments in the Industrial Revolution ; Romanticism ; Timeline ; Song ; Music for piano ; The romantic legacy -- 26. Romanticism in classic forms : orchestral, chamber, and choral music. Orchestral music ; Timeline ; Chamber music ; Choral music ; Romanticism and the classical tradition -- 27. Romantic opera and musical theater to midcentury. The roles of opera ; Italy ; Timeline ; France ; Germany ; Russia ; The United States ; Opera as high culture -- 28. Opera and musical theater in the later nineteenth century. Technology, politics, and the arts ; Opera ; Richard Wagner ; Music in context : Wagner, nationalism, and anti-Semitism ; Giuseppe Verdi ; Later Italian composers ; Timeline ; France ; Russia ; Other nations ; Music for the stage and its audiences -- 29. Late Romanticism in Germany and Austria. Dichotomies and disputes ; Timeline ; Johannes Brahms ; The Wagnerians ; Reaching the audience -- 30. Diverging traditions in the later nineteenth century. France ; Eastern and Northern Europe ; Timeline ; The United States ; Reception and recognition --
  • pt. 6. The twentieth century and after. 31. The early twentieth century. Modern times, 1898-1918 ; Innovations : recorded sound ; Vernacular musical traditions ; Timeline ; Modern music in the classical tradition ; Germany and Austria ; Claude Debussy ; The first modern generation ; The avant-garde ; Late Romantic or modern? -- 32. Modernism and the classical tradition. Arnold Schoenberg ; Timeline ; Music in context : expressionism ; Alban Berg ; Anton Webern ; Igor Stravinsky ; Béla Bartók ; Charles Ives ; Composer and audience -- 33. Between the World Wars : jazz and popular music. Between the wars ; Timeline ; American musical theater and popular song ; The jazz age ; Duke Ellington ; Film music ; Mass media and popular music -- 34. Between the World Wars : the classical tradition. Music, politics, and the people ; Timeline ; France ; Germany ; The Soviet Union ; The Americas ; The United States ; What politics? -- 35. Postwar crosscurrents. The Cold War and the splintering tradition ; Popular music ; Broadway and film music ; Timeline ; From bebop to free jazz ; Heirs to the classical tradition ; Traditional media Cage and the avant-garde ; Serialism ; The new virtuosity ; New sounds and textures ; Quotation and collage ; Band and wind ensemble music ; Roll over, Beethoven -- 36. Music since 1970. A global culture ; Timeline ; The changing world of music ; Music in context : digital technologies ; Niches in popular music ; Minimalism and postminimalism ; The new accessibility ; Interactions with non-Western musics ; What next? -- Glossary
Dimensions
27 cm
Edition
8th ed.
Extent
xxxiv, 986 p., 129 p.
Isbn
9780393931259
Isbn Type
(cloth)
Lccn
2008044302
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill. (chiefly col.), maps, music, ports.
System control number
  • 227016322
  • (OCoLC)227016322
Label
A history of western music, J. Peter Burkholder, Donald Jay Grout, Claude V. Palisca
Publication
Note
"Guide to recordings": p. xiii-xxii
Bar code
  • 31223087973450
  • 31223087973476
  • 31223087973484
  • 31223087973468
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • pt. 1. The ancient and medieval worlds. 1. Music in antiquity. The earliest music ; Music in ancient Mesopotamia ; Timeline ; Music in ancient Greek life and thought ; Music in ancient Rome ; The Greek heritage -- 2. The Christian church in the first millennium. The diffusion of Christianity ; The Judaic heritage ; Music in the early Church ; Divisions in the Church and dialects of chant ; Timeline ; The development of notation ; Music in context : in the monastic Scriptorium ; Music theory and practice ; Echoes of history -- 3. Roman liturgy and chant. The Roman liturgy ; Music in context : the experience of the Mass ; Characteristics of chant ; Timeline ; Genres and forms of chant ; Additions to the authorized chants ; Hildegard of Bingen ; Continuing presence of chant -- 4. Song and dance music in the Middle Ages. European society, 800-1800 [i.e. 1300] ; Latin and vernacular song ; Timeline ; Trobadour and trouvère song ; Forms at a glance : AAB ; Song in other lands ; Medieval instruments ; Dance music ; The lover's complaint -- 5. Polyphony through the thirteenth century. Early organum ; Aquitanian polyphony ; Notre Dame polyphony ; Timeline ; Polyphonic conductus ; Motet ; English polyphony ; A polyphonic tradition -- 6. French and Italian music in the fourteenth century. European society in the fourteenth century ; The ars nova in France ; Innovations : writing rhythm ; Guillaume de Machaut ; Forms at a glance : the formes fixes ; The ars subtilior ; Timeline ; Italian trecento music ; Fourteenth-century music in performance ; Echoes of the new art --
  • pt. 2. The Renaissance. 7. Music and the The Renaissance. Europe from 1400 to 1600 ; Timeline ; The Renaissance in culture and art ; Music in the Renaissance ; New currents in the sixteenth century ; Innovations : music printing ; The legacy of the Renaissance -- 8. England and Burgundy in the fifteenth century. English music ; Timeline ; Music in the Burgundian lands ; Guillaume Du Fay ; The polyphonic Mass ; Music in context : Masses and dragons ;An enduring musical language -- 9. Franco-Flemish composers, 1450-1520. Political change and consolidation ; Ockeghem and Busnoys ; The next generation ; Timeline ; Josquin des Prez ; Forms at a glance : types of Mass ; Old and new -- 10. Sacred music in the era of the reformation. The Reformation ; Music in the Lutheran Church ; Timeline ; Music in Calvinist churches ; Church music in England ; Catholic Church music ; Giovanni Pierluigi de Palestrina ; Spain and the New World ; Germany and Eastern Europe ; Jewish music ; The legacy of sixteenth-century sacred music -- 11. Madrigal and secular song in the sixteenth century. The first market for music ; Spain ; Italy ; Timeline ; The Italian madrigal ; France ; Germany ; England ; The madrigal and its impact -- 12. The rise of instrumental music. Instruments ; Types of instrumental music ; Music in context : social dance ; Timeline ; Music in Venice ; Instrumental music gains independence --
  • pt. 3. The seventeenth century. 13. New styles in the seventeenth century. Europe in the seventeenth century ; Timeline ; From Renaissance to Baroque ; General characteristics of Baroque music ; Enduring innovations -- 14. The invention of opera. Forerunners of opera ; Timeline ; The first operas ; Claudio Monteverdi ; The spread of Italian opera ; Innovations : the operatic diva ; Opera as drama and theater -- 15. Music for chamber and church in the early seventeenth century. Italian vocal chamber music ; Catholic sacred music ; Timeline ; Lutheran church music ; Jewish music ; Instrumental music ; Tradition and innovation -- 16. France, England, Spain, and the New World in the seventeenth century. The French Baroque ; Music in context : the music of the Great Stable ; Timeline ; The English Baroque ; Spain and the New World ; French style and national traditions -- 17. Italy and Germany in the late seventeenth century. Italy ; Forms at a glance : da capo aria ; Timeline ; Music in context : the violin workshop of Antonio Stradivarius ; Germany and Austria ; Seeds for the future --
  • pt. 4. The eighteenth century. 18. The early eighteenth century in Italy and France. Europe in a century of change ; Music in Italy ; Timeline ; Music in context : the voice of Farinelli ; Antonio Vivaldi ; Music in France ; Jean-Philippe Rameau ; A volatile public -- 19. German composers of the late Baroque. Contexts for music ; Johann Sebastian Bach ; Timeline ; George Frideric Handel ; An enduring legacy -- 20. Musical taste and style in the Enlightenment. Europe in the Enlightenment ; Innovations : the public concert ; Musical taste and style ; Timeline ; The enduring Enlightenment -- 21. Opera and vocal music in the early Classic Period. Italian comic opera ; Timelin ; Opera seria ; Opera in other languages ; Opera reform ; Song and church music ; Opera and the new language -- 22. Instrumental music : sonata, symphony, and concerto at midcentury. Instruments and ensembles ; Genres and forms ; Forms at a glance : binary form and its relatives ; Keyboard music ; Timeline ; Orchestral music ; The singing instrument -- 23. Classic music in the late eighteenth century. Joseph Haydn ; Timeline ; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ; Classic music --
  • pt. 5. The nineteenth century. 24. Revolution and change. Revolution, war, and music, 1789-1815 ; Timeline ; Ludwig van Beethoven ; Beethoven's centrality -- 25. The Romantic generation : song and piano music. The new order, 1815-1848 ; Innovations : musical instruments in the Industrial Revolution ; Romanticism ; Timeline ; Song ; Music for piano ; The romantic legacy -- 26. Romanticism in classic forms : orchestral, chamber, and choral music. Orchestral music ; Timeline ; Chamber music ; Choral music ; Romanticism and the classical tradition -- 27. Romantic opera and musical theater to midcentury. The roles of opera ; Italy ; Timeline ; France ; Germany ; Russia ; The United States ; Opera as high culture -- 28. Opera and musical theater in the later nineteenth century. Technology, politics, and the arts ; Opera ; Richard Wagner ; Music in context : Wagner, nationalism, and anti-Semitism ; Giuseppe Verdi ; Later Italian composers ; Timeline ; France ; Russia ; Other nations ; Music for the stage and its audiences -- 29. Late Romanticism in Germany and Austria. Dichotomies and disputes ; Timeline ; Johannes Brahms ; The Wagnerians ; Reaching the audience -- 30. Diverging traditions in the later nineteenth century. France ; Eastern and Northern Europe ; Timeline ; The United States ; Reception and recognition --
  • pt. 6. The twentieth century and after. 31. The early twentieth century. Modern times, 1898-1918 ; Innovations : recorded sound ; Vernacular musical traditions ; Timeline ; Modern music in the classical tradition ; Germany and Austria ; Claude Debussy ; The first modern generation ; The avant-garde ; Late Romantic or modern? -- 32. Modernism and the classical tradition. Arnold Schoenberg ; Timeline ; Music in context : expressionism ; Alban Berg ; Anton Webern ; Igor Stravinsky ; Béla Bartók ; Charles Ives ; Composer and audience -- 33. Between the World Wars : jazz and popular music. Between the wars ; Timeline ; American musical theater and popular song ; The jazz age ; Duke Ellington ; Film music ; Mass media and popular music -- 34. Between the World Wars : the classical tradition. Music, politics, and the people ; Timeline ; France ; Germany ; The Soviet Union ; The Americas ; The United States ; What politics? -- 35. Postwar crosscurrents. The Cold War and the splintering tradition ; Popular music ; Broadway and film music ; Timeline ; From bebop to free jazz ; Heirs to the classical tradition ; Traditional media Cage and the avant-garde ; Serialism ; The new virtuosity ; New sounds and textures ; Quotation and collage ; Band and wind ensemble music ; Roll over, Beethoven -- 36. Music since 1970. A global culture ; Timeline ; The changing world of music ; Music in context : digital technologies ; Niches in popular music ; Minimalism and postminimalism ; The new accessibility ; Interactions with non-Western musics ; What next? -- Glossary
Dimensions
27 cm
Edition
8th ed.
Extent
xxxiv, 986 p., 129 p.
Isbn
9780393931259
Isbn Type
(cloth)
Lccn
2008044302
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill. (chiefly col.), maps, music, ports.
System control number
  • 227016322
  • (OCoLC)227016322

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