Posted by

Read or Download Huey PDF

Best history_1 books

Reggiane Re.2001 Falco II Re.2002 & Re.2005

;Reggiane Re. 2001 Falco II Re. 2002 & Re. 2005 [Aircraft Profile 244] КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Название: Reggiane Re. 2001 Falco II Re. 2002 & Re. 2005 Автор:John F. Brindley Серия: airplane Profile 244 Издательство: Profile courses Ltd Год издания: 1972 Страниц:25 Формат: PDF в rarЯзык: английский Размер: 12.

Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies. Volume 10, 2007-2008

The Cambridge Yearbook of ecu felony reviews presents a discussion board for the scrutiny of important matters in ecu Union legislation, the legislation of the Council of Europe, and Comparative legislation with a 'European' measurement, fairly these concerns that have come to the fore throughout the 12 months previous book.

Aspects of Urbanism in Antiquity: From Mesopotamia to Crete (JSOT Supplement Series)

The beginning and development of towns in antiquity. The starting place and development of towns types essentially the most vital chapters in human historical past. during this quantity, 17 researchers current archaeological, epigraphic and textual facts at the upward thrust of urbanism within the historical close to japanese global, Cyprus to Mesopotamia and from Crete to Egypt.

Additional resources for Huey

Example text

LeCoat, The Rhetoric of The Arts, 1550–1650 (Frankfurt: P. Lang, 1975); W. Kirkendale, ‘Ciceronians versus Aristotelians on the Ricercar as Exordium, from Bembo to Bach’, JAMS, 32 (1979): 1–44; U. Kirkendale, ‘The Source for Bach’s Musical Offering: The Institutio oratoria of Quintilian’, JAMS, 33 (1980): 88–141; J. Derkson, ‘De imitatione: The Function of Rhetoric in German Musical Theory and Practice (1560–1610)’. D. diss. (University of Toronto, 1982); B. ’, Rhetorica, 2 (1984): 1–44; W. Kirkendale, ‘Circulatio-Tradition, Maria Lactans, and Josquin as Musical Orator’, Acta Musicologica, 56 (1984): 69–92; D.

Sadie. 20 vols. (London: Macmillan, 1980), vol. 12, pp. 168–70. 46 For the impact of Protestantism on Elizabethan England, see P. Collinson, ‘The Elizabethan Church and the New Religion’, in The Reign of Elizabeth I, ed. C. Haigh (London: Macmillan, 1984), esp. pp. 176–94. 30 HUMANISM AND THE REFORM OF SACRED MUSIC IN ENGLAND main ‘theological’ trend of Oxford and Cambridge during the Elizabethan period; yet the general ‘liturgical’ and ‘musical’ feature of the cathedral and collegiate churches was still ‘popish’.

V. Rivera (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1993). P. O. Kristeller, ‘Music and Learning in the Early Italian Renaissance’, Journal of Renaissance and Baroque Music, 1 (1947): 255–74; H. Albrecht, ‘Humanismus und Musik’, in Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart. ed. F. Blume. 14 vols. & 2 supplements (Kassel: Bärenreiter, 1957), vol. 6, pp. E. Lowinsky, ‘Humanism in the Music of the Renaissance’; N. Pirrotta, ‘Music and Cultural Tendencies in 15th-Century Italy’, JAMS, 19 (1966): 127–61; W. Elders, ‘Humanism and Early Renaissance 18 HUMANISM AND THE REFORM OF SACRED MUSIC IN ENGLAND association in Renaissance liturgical music tradition is mainly concerned with polyphony; but there are aspects of contemporary chant which have not been detected as directly or indirectly related to rhetoric and oratory.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.40 of 5 – based on 16 votes