Rokopisi, tiski in glasbeni trg v zgodnjenovoveški Evropi

Iain Fenlon

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3986/dmd11.1-2.01

Povzetek

Prispevek se posveča spreminjajočim se težiščem dveh večjih aspektov širitve glasbenih virov v zgodnjem novem veku – med razširjanjem v rokopisih in tiskih na eni strani ter med geografskimi »središči« in »obrobji« na drugi. Procesi so prikazani na primeru širitve moteta Aspice Domine Jacqueta iz Mantove. V središču dinamike obeh procesov sledimo razvoju rastočega trga za tiskane glasbene knjige, ki so ga stimulirali tako tehnološki izumi kot pomembne spremembe odnosa družbe do same glasbene umetnosti, spremembe, ki so se same promovirale skozi medij tiska.

Ključne besede

geografija knjige; zgodnji novi vek; glasbeni rokopisi; glasbeni tiski; Aspice Domine Jacqueta iz Mantove

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.3986/dmd11.1-2.01

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