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Barbara Russano Hanning. Of Poetry and Music's Power: Humanism and the Creation of Opera. Studies in Musicology, series 2, No. 1. Ann Arbor, Mich. xv + 371 p. 40 musical examples. Anthony Newcomb (a1). University of California, Berkeley. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 20 November 2018.
Barbara Russano Hanning - Faculty member, The Julliard School; Emeritus Professor of Music, City College and Graduate Center, CUNY
Barbara Russano Hanning - Faculty member, The Julliard School; Emeritus Professor of Music, City College and Graduate Center, CUNY. Faculty member, Music Department, City College of New York (1970-2011). President, Society for Seventeenth-Century Music (1993-97). Author of Of Poetry and Music's Power: Humanism and the Creation of Opera and A Concise History of Western Music.
humanism and the creation of opera. Studies in musicology ;, no. 13. Opera, Libretto, Humanism. Bibliography: p. -361. Classifications.
Hanning, Barbara Russano, 1940-. 18. Opera, music drama, and chuch music in the nineteenth century - 19. European music from the 1870s to World war I - 20. The European mainstream in the twentieth century - 21. Antonality, serialism, and recent developments in twentieth-century Europe - 22. The American twentieth century. committed to retain 20160630. Grout, Donald Jay. History of western music.
Poetry and music have been intertwined for thousands of years. In antiquity, poems were often sung: the first lyric poets in ancient Greece performed their work to the accompaniment of the lyre, and the oldest anthology of Chinese poetry, the Shijing, was a collection of songs. In southern Europe in the middle ages, the popularity of troubadour poets granted them unprecedented freedom of speech and social influence in their time, and their lyrical work would influence European poetry for centuries. The ballad form continues to be a common form for both poems and songs.
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