Od priredb do novih skladb: francoska plesna glasba 17. stoletja v portugalskih in španskih virih

Ključne besede: Jean-Baptiste Lully, Pedro de Araújo, Martin y Coll, Portugalska, Španija

Povzetek

Razprava na podlagi štirih rokopisnih virov za glasbila s tipkam razlaga, kako so se v poznem 17. in v 18. stoletju širili in prirejali viri za plesno glasbo francoskega tipa na Portugalskem in v Španiji. Avtor poudari pomen zapisa v obliki izvlečka za glasbila s tipkami, ki je poenostavil prenos obravnavanega repertoarja, ter razpravlja o prilagajanju tega tipa zapisa lokalnemu okusu in takratnim praksam.

Prenosi

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Biografija avtorja

Andrew Woolley

Centro de Estudos de Sociologia e Estética Musical, Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa

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