Italijanska glasbena kultura in terminologija v tretji knjigi dela <em>Syntagma musicum</em> (1619) Michaela Praetoriusa

  • Marina Toffetti Università degli Studi di Padova
Ključne besede: italijanskost, italijanska glasbena kultura, panevropski slog, Michael Praetorius, Syntagma musicum, italijanski glasbeni izrazi

Povzetek

Bralec tretjega zvezka Syntagme musicum Michaela Praetoriusa dobi vtis, da so bili po mnenju avtorja na tekočem le tisti glasbeniki, ki so znali skladati, igrati ali peti »all'italiana«, torej na italijanski način. Zato to delo predstavlja nekakšno ogledalo miselnosti in razumevanja načina recepcije italijanske glasbe severno od Alp v drugem desetletju 17. stoletja. Razprava, ki temelji na ponovnem branju tretje knjige Praetoriusovega traktata Syntagma musicum, govori o tem, kako so v prvih desetletjih 17. stoletja krožile glasbene knjige ter kako je asimilacija italijanske glasbene kulture in terminologije prežela nemško govoreče dežele in doprinesla h genezi panevropskega glasbenega sloga in terminologije.

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Toffetti M. Italijanska glasbena kultura in terminologija v tretji knjigi dela <em>Syntagma musicum</em&gt; (1619) Michaela Praetoriusa. DMD [Internet]. 30. oktober 2019. [citirano 4. april 2020.];15(1-2):71-104. Dostopno na: https://ojs.zrc-sazu.si/dmd/article/view/7666
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