2 edition of missae ad organum of Heinrich Isaac found in the catalog.
missae ad organum of Heinrich Isaac
William Peter Mahrt
Written in English
|Statement||by William Peter Mahrt.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 106 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||106|
HISTORY of the CHRISTIAN CHURCH *. CHAPTER X. WORSHIP AND CEREMONIES. Comp. vol. III. ch. VII., and Neander III. –; – (Boston ed.). § The Mass. Comp. vol. III. § 96– and the liturgical Lit. there quoted; also the works on Christian and Ecclesiastical Antiquities, e.g. Siegel III. – The public worship centered in the celebration of the mass as an actual. CD & discography files found for search on: musica Alfonso el Sabio - A discography of attributed works; Josquin Desprez - A discography; Heinrich Isaac - A discography.
Aria "Perche a me non vi girate" from Serenata ad Irene Maria Cristina Kiehr, soprano, Edoardo Torbianelli, pianoforte, Rebeka Ruso, viola da gamba, Daniele Caminiti, archlute Glossa - GCD Standard Book Number Printed in the United States of America [vii] PREFACE. The practical administration of music in public worship is one of the most interesting of the secondary problems with which the Christian Church has been called upon to deal. Song has proved such a universal necessity in worship that it may almost be said.
Domine ad adiuvandum from "Salmi a otto voci concertati" Cappella Clausura, Amelia LeClair, conductor Sonata in D minor for Cello and Basso continuo from the 3rd Book of Sonatas: David Simpson, solo cello, Antoine Ladrette, Elena Andreyev, cellos, Noelle Spieth, harpsichord Isaac, Heinrich: Motet, "Sancti Spiritus assit nobis gratia. TITLE De elementis, quae ad corporum coelestium revolutionem circum proprium axem spectant, AUTHOR Wagner, Heinrich TITLE M. Tullii Ciceronis Oratio Post reditum in senatu AUTHOR Walton, Isaac TITLE Latin verses from The Compleat Angler.
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Description Book — v, l. music. Online. The 'Missae ad organum' of Heinrich Isaac. Daniel Heartz (University of California, Berkeley), The End of the Rococo: Scenography, Drama, and Opera at the Turning Point of o.
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Quarterly Book-List ESPINOSA, Sister TERESITA, C. Selected Unpublished villancicos of the The Missae ad Organum of Heinrich Isaac. [ p.] [No. ] Ann Ar-bor: University Microfilms, pos. film $, Xerox $ Stanford Univ. diss. MANGA, JANOS. William Mahrt completed a Ph,D. at Stanford University inwith a thesis on The Missae ad Organum of Heinrich Isaac.
After teaching at Case Western Reserve University and the Eastman School of Music, he returned to Stanford inwhere he teaches musicology and directs the Stanford Early Music Singers, presenting quarterly concerts of. Isaac was a prolific composer and well-known in his time.
The idea of contrafacta was widespread among composers of the period, and there are many instances of this procedure in Isaac's works.
One particularly striking example is found in his Missae Wohlauf, Gesell, von hinnen, one for four voices, the. Music Fourth Year - Gregorian Chant: p: By Justine Ward. This is the first edition of Justine Ward's classic instructional text on Gregorian Chant.
Appearing init taught generations how to sing chant according to the methods and principles developed by Dom Andre Mocquereau at the Solesmes Monastery in France. Journal of the American Musicological Society 1 October ; 26 (3): – 3ike-MahW Mahrt, William Peter.
The Missae ad organum of Heinrich Isaac. (Ph.D., Musicology, Stanford University, ). v, pp. text, 19 pp. music. will receive an email with a link to 'Supplement () to Doctoral Dissertations in Musicology' and will. Chant developed into organum through medieval rules of consonance, as is the case with the two-part organum Sed sic eum volo.
This work also happens to be an organum mensuratum, which means that rhythms exist in a concrete form within the manuscript. Search results 1 - of Missæ octo vocvm, cvm dvplici basso ad organum accomodato musical score | 9 parts ; 20 cm.
| For cantus primi chori, altus primi chori, tenor primi chori, bassvs primi chori, cantus secunda, altus secunda, tenor secunda, basses secunda, and organ. Title from cantvs primi chori. BEETHOVEN'S MISSA SOLEMNIS are grouped together under the term organum. However, at the outset, terms such as organum, Josquin Desprez (died ), Pierre de la Rue (), Jean Mouton (died ) and Heinrich Isaac ().
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Missae duodenis vocibus, [cum triplici basso ad organum accommodato]. Liber secundus, Wien, Formica [Stift Kremsmünster]. Faksimile-Edition Kremsmünster, Stuttgart, 17 x 22 cm, 13 partbooks, pp. Line-cut of the Vienna, partbooks. Wrappers, in marbled paper slipcase.
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