The late baroque era : from the 1680s to 1740

edited by George J. Buelow

This volume in the "Man and Music" series covers the development of musical life in the great centres of European music - Paris, Vienna, London and the courts of Italy and Germany. The contributions of Handel and Bach, and their lesser colleagues are set in their historical and sociological context. George Buelow is the editor of Mattheson's "Cleopatra".

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[目次]

  • Music and society in the late-Baroque era, George J. Buelow
  • Rome - the power of patronage, Malcolm Boyd
  • Venice in an era of political decline, Eleanor Selfridge-Field
  • Naples - a city of entertainment, Carolyn Gianturco
  • Paris and Versailles, Julie A. Sadie
  • Hamburg and Luebeck, George J. Buelow
  • Brandenburg-Prussia and the Central German courts, Bernd Baselt
  • Leipzig - a cosmopolitan trade centre, George B. Stauffer
  • courts and monasteries in Bavaria, Robert Muenster
  • Vienna under Joseph I and Charles VI, Susan Wollenberg
  • London - commercial wealth and cultural expansion, Donald Burrows
  • The Dutch Republic, Rudolf Rasch
  • the Iberian Peninsula, Louise K. Stein.

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書名 The late baroque era : from the 1680s to 1740
著作者等 Buelow, George J.
シリーズ名 Man & music
出版元 Macmillan
刊行年月 1993
ページ数 xii, 521 p.
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 9780333516034
NCID BA23021794
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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