2 edition of De speculatione musicae found in the catalog.
De speculatione musicae
|Series||Musicological studies & documents ; 31, Musicological studies and documents -- 31|
|Contributions||Huff, Jay A.|
|LC Classifications||ML174 .035, ML174 O35|
|The Physical Object|
Dressler wrote Praecepta musicae poeticae in , but it was not printed until it appeared, edited by Bernhard Engelke, in Geschichtsblatter fur Stadt und Land Magdeb no. 1 (). This edition of Praecepta musicae poeticae is a fine scholarly effort intended (as explained on the back cover) to "rend hommage a son engagement. The former, reprinted in Book 9, is sung only in that group and the latter, reprinted in both Book 8 and Book 9, is sung only in Book 8. To avoid any confusion, he adds a comment that Su, su, su pastorelli vezzosi as found in Book 9 is given a different musical setting than in Book /5(2).
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AIM, MSD 31 WALTER ODINGTON (born ca. ), De speculatione musicae, part VI, trans. by Jay A. Huff (see CSM 14) Library Binding – January 1, by Walter Odington (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Library Binding Author: Walter Odington.
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Author: Walter Odington. OCLC Number: Notes: Added t.p.: A translation of Part VI of Walter Odington's De speculatione musicae. "Manuscript": Ms.
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The short epilogue confirms that it was the author's intention to write a treatise which transmitted the traditional teachings without compromise: Et ista sufficient de musice discipline speculatione que tanto acceptiora, quanto aliorum dictis sunt concordantia. MSD 31 WALTER ODINGTON (born ca.
), De speculatione musicae, part VI. Translated by Jay A. Huff. MSD 32 JEROME CARDAN, Writings on Music. Introduction, translation, and edition by Clement A. Miller. MSD 33 FRANCHINUS GAFFURIUS (–), De Harmonia musicorum instrumentorum opus. Edited by Clement A.
Miller. CSM 14 WALTER ODINGTON (b. ), De speculatione musicae. Edited by Frederick F. Hammond. Edited by Frederick F. Hammond. (See MSD 31 for a edition and translation of part VI.). Musicae compendium (Descartes, René) Genre Categories: Music theory; Writings; Latin language))) Sheet Music Complete Book * # - MB, 50 pp.
- Scores from Bibliothèque nationale de France; Scores from the Internet Archive;Composer: Descartes, René. Source: Walteri Odington, Summa de speculatione musicae, ed. Frederick F. Hammond, Corpus scriptorum de musica, vol. 14 ([Rome]: American Institute of Musicology, ) PAMCOM Petrus de Amalfia – Compendium artis motectorum Marchecti.
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Gustav Mahler, the Arduous Road to Vienna (Speculum Musicae)Author: Henry-Louis De La Grange. Walteri Odington Summa de speculatione musicae. [Dallas?]: American Institute of Musicology, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Walter.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Walter of Odington, active Walteri Odington Summa de speculatione musicae. [Rome?]: American Institute of Musicology, Walter Odington, Summa de speculatione musicae, ed. Frederick F. Hammond, Corpus scriptorum de musica 14 ([Rome], ), ; English translation adapted from Ronald Edwin Voogt, ‘Repetition and Structure in the Three- and Four-Part Conductus of the Notre Dame School’ (Ph.D.
diss., Ohio State University, ), 4. De Institutione Musica, Book 1. Boethius. Boethius (Anicius Manlius Torquatus Severinus), Roman statesman and scholar, was born in Rome about A.D. He became consul inand then counselor to the Emperor Theodoric.
Theodoric later accused Boethius of. Since Charles Burney made a detailed description of the early fourteenth-century De speculatione musicae in his A General History of Music (), the author of this great English treatise has been attributed to a certain “Walter Odington.”. Anicii Manlii Torquati Severini Boetii De institutione arithmetica libri duo, De institutione musica libri quinque by Boethius, d.
; Friedlein, Gottfried, edPages: The Speculum musicae of the early fourteenth century, with nearly half a million words, is by a long way the largest medieval treatise on music, and probably the most learned. Only the final two books are about music as commonly understood: the other five invite further work by students of scholastic philosophy, theology and mathematics.
Speculum Musicae by Jacques de Liège (14th century) This largest surviving medieval treatise on the theory and practice of the ars antiqua, written c, contains chapters arranged in seven books. Corpus Mensurabilis Musicae, vol. The Motets of the Manuscripts Chantilly, musée condé, (olim ) and Modena, Biblioteca estense, alpha.
M. 5, 24 (olim lat. ). Edited by U. Günther. American Institute of Musicology LXV, 70 S. Text und Noten. 2°. [BOOKS ON MUSIC]. Seller Inventory # ."Walter of Evesham’s De speculatione musicae: Authority of Music Theory in Medieval England," Musica Disciplina 58 (): "The First Translation of the Scolica enchiriadis into Japanese: A Worthless Exercise," in The Soul of Wit: Micro-Festschrift Rob Wegman zum Geburstag, ed.
Michael Scott Cuthbert (), fol. 28r. The book's final chapter draws together the English and Spanish threads of the story and ties up several loose ends that all point to Magister Jacobus de Ispania as both the nephew of Eleanor of Castile and the author of the Speculum musicae.