Naslovnica Michaela Praetoriusa

  • Peter Holman University of Leeds
Ključne besede: Michael Praetorius, Giovanni Gabrieli, Johann Hermann Schein, naslovnica, nakazovanje dobe

Povzetek

Vsem dobro znana naslovna grafika, ki jo je Michael Praetorius uporabil v več svojih tiskanih delih, lahko služi kot izhodišče za razpravljanje o načinu izvajanja glasbe za velike sestave v Nemčiji v zgodnjem 17. stoletju. Razprava se osredotoča na upodabljanje skladateljev z zvitkom papirja v rokah, kar je primer prakse nakazovanja glasbene dobe v 17. stoletju, in ugotavlja, kako se ta praksa razlikuje od današnjega dirigiranja.

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2019-10-30
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Holman P. Naslovnica Michaela Praetoriusa. DMD [Internet]. 30. oktober 2019. [citirano 31. marec 2020.];15(1-2):9-28. Dostopno na: https://ojs.zrc-sazu.si/dmd/article/view/7663
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