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ePub Summa Musice: A Thirteenth-Century Manual for Singers (Cambridge Musical Texts and Monographs) download
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Christopher Page
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Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (May 31, 2007)
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Summa musice: a thirteenth-century manual for singers Ardal Powell (trans, and e.  . TJie virtuosofluteplayer by Johann George Tromlitz Keith Polk German instrumental music of the late middle ages: players, patrons and performance practice Beth Bullard (trans, and e. many scholarly theorists from the time of Gaffurio until the early eighteenth century saw musica as a whole, an art founded in eternal mathematical principles, to be defined in set rules, moving the affects in specific ways and serving to the praise of God (see Ruhnke, in MGG IX, pp. 949-56).

The Summa musice, a treatise on practical music from c. 1200, sheds light on all these questions. It is a manual for young singers who are learning Gregorian chant for the first time, and provides a compact but comprehensive introduction to notation, performance, and composition, written in a mixture of Latin prose and verse.

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Christopher Page FBA (born 1952) is A British expert on medieval music, instruments and performance practice, together with the social and musical history of the guitar in England from the sixteenth century to the nineteenth. He has written numerous books regarding medieval music. He is currently a Fellow of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, where he is an Emeritus Professor in the University.

The Summa musice, a treatise on practical music from . 200, sheds light on all these questions. It is a manual for young singers who are learning Gregorian chant for the first time, and provides a compact but comprehensive introduction to notation, performance and composition, written in a mixture of Latin prose and verse. More than that, however, it is also an introduction to medieval culture: what educated people believed to be worth knowing about music, how they reasoned when they discussed musical questions, the nature of musical thought and how it was expressed.

"PAGE, C., ED.: THE ""SUMMA MUSICE"": A THIRTEENTH-CENTURY MANUAL FOR SINGERS. EDITED, WITH TRANSLATION AND INTRODUCTION. CAMBRIDGE, 2007, xvii 275 p. Encuadernacion original. Nuevo."