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music in the nineteenth century. French Motets in the Thirteenth Century: Music, Poetry and Genre, Cambridge Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Music. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994. His articles in refereed journals and chapters in collected works number in excess of 60, and many of his articles have been translated into French, German, Japanese and Italian. Paperback reprint 2004. Music Drama at the Paris Odéon, 1824–1828.

Cambridge Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Music). This is the first full-length study of the vernacular motet in thirteenth-century France. The motet was the most prestigious type of music of that period, filling a gap between the music of the so-called Notre-Dame School and the Ars Nova of the early fourteenth century. This book takes the music and the poetry of the motet as its starting-point and attempts to come to gri This is the first full-length study of the vernacular motet in thirteenth-century France.

Home Browse Books Book details, Studies in Medieval & Renaissance Music. Studies in Medieval & Renaissance Music. By Manfred F. Bukofzer. His Music in the Baroque Era (Norton, 1947) is the standard work on that period. The studies in the present volume mainly deal with fifteenth-century music, exploring many compositions whose historical and musical importance have not hitherto been fully understood.

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French Motets in the Thirteenth Century: Music, Poetryand Genre, Cambridge Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Music. xiv + 199 pp. £3. 0 ISBN 0 521 39539 9. - Volume 5 Issue 2 - Ardis Butterfield. January 1986 · University of Toronto Quarterly.

French motets in the thirteenth century: music, poetry and genre. Music, theater, and cultural transfer: Paris, 1830-1914. University of Chicago Press, 2009. Cambridge University Press, 2004. Reception theories, canonic discourses, and musical value. Oxford University Press, 1999. Music drama at the Paris Odéon, 1824-1828. University of California Press, 2002. Polyphonic music in thirteenth-century France. University of Oxford, 1985. Analytical strategies and musical interpretation: essays on nineteenth-and twentieth-century music.

Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy. 17th/18th Century Philosophy. Chaucer and His French Contemporaries Natural Music in the Fourteenth Century. Unknown Motets in a Recovered Thirteenth-Century Manuscript. 19th Century Philosophy. 20th Century Philosophy. James I. Wimsatt - 1991. Leo Schrade - 1955 - Speculum 30 (3):393-412. Gautier de Coinci: Miracles, Music, and Manuscripts. Kathy M. Krause, Alison Stones. Mark Everist - 2009 - Speculum 84 (2):464-465. Thinking Poetry: Philosophical Approaches to Nineteenth-Century French Poetry. Joseph Acquisto (e. - 2013 - Palgrave-Macmillan.

In Poetry and Music in Medieval France Ardis Butterfield examines the relationship between poetry and music in medieval France. It begins with the moment when French song was first set into writing in the early thirteenth century, and describes the wide range of contexts in which secular songs were quoted ad copied, including narrative romances, satires and love poems. In this way, Butterfield sheds new light on the development of song and narrative genres. The volume is well illustrated to demonstrate the rich visual culture of medieval French writing.

This is the first full-length study of the vernacular motet in thirteenth-century France. The motet was the most prestigious type of music of that period, filling a gap between the music of the so-called Notre-Dame School and the Ars Nova of the early fourteenth century. This book takes the music and the poetry of the motet as its starting-point and attempts to come to grips with the ways in which musicians and poets treated pre-existing material, creating new artefacts. The book reviews the processes of texting and retexting, and the procedures for imparting structure to the works; it considers the way we conceive genre in the thirteenth-century motet, and supplements these with principles derived from twentieth-century genre theory. The motet is viewed as the interaction of literary and musical modes whose relationships give meaning to individual musical compositions.