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  • Author:
    Theodore Karp
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    University of California Press; First Edition edition (January 13, 1993)
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The Polyphony of Saint M. In Volume One, Professor Karp discusses the historical context of Aquitanian polyphony, the notation used in the two chief manuscripts associated with Compostela and Saint Martial, the conflicting interpretations of that notation by modern scholars, and his own broad hypothesis for interpretative transcription. The second volume includes Professor Karp's transcriptions of the whole surviving repertoire into modern barred notation.

Theodore Karp proposes a fundamental reinterpretation of two major repertories of twelfth-century sacred music, that associated with the long-destroyed abbey of Saint Martial de Limoges and the manuscript preserved in the Cathedral Archive of Santiago de Compostela. Together, these comprise the most important collection of polyphonic music before the celebrated School of Notre Dame.

Theodore Karp proposes a fundamental reinterpretation of two major repertories of twelfth-century sacred music, that associated with the long-destroyed abbey of Saint Martial de Limoges and the manuscript preserved in the Cathedral Archive of Santiago de Compostela

Similar books and articles. Santiago de Compostela: Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, 1978.

Similar books and articles. Monografías, 7. Santiago de Compostela: Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, 1983.

Theodore Karp," Speculum 69, no. 4 (Oc. 1994): 1188-1190. Doing Things beside Domesday Book. Currency, Property, and Popular Sovereignty in Nicole Oresme’s De moneta. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months. The Enduring Attraction of the Pirenne Thesis. The Digital Middle Ages: An Introduction. Icons of Sound: Auralizing the Lost Voice of Hagia Sophia. Scholars have disagreed about the rules for transcribing this early medieval music.

Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1992. 1: pp. xiii, 230; 14 black-and-white plates, many music examples. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1992. author {Sarah A. Fuller}, year {1994} }.

Theodore Cyrus Karp (17 July 1926 – 5 November 2015) was an American musicologist. Besides trouvère monophony, Karp has written articles on the polyphony of the schools of Saint Martial's, Santiago de Compostela, and Notre Dame

Theodore Cyrus Karp (17 July 1926 – 5 November 2015) was an American musicologist. His principal area of study was saecular mediaeval monophony, especially the music of the trouvères. He was a major contributor in this area to the Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians. Besides trouvère monophony, Karp has written articles on the polyphony of the schools of Saint Martial's, Santiago de Compostela, and Notre Dame. He proposed new methods for the transcription of polyphony from the manuscripts.

Author: KARP, THEODORE. Two volumes quarto publisher's cloth 'A reinterpretation of two major repertories of twelfth-century polyphony'. Title: The Polyphony of Saint Martial and Santiago de Compostela. Description: Oxford University Press 1992. Two volumes quarto publisher's cloth. Owner's stamp in bottom corner of title page. 'A reinterpretation of two major repertories of twelfth-century polyphony'. Keywords: music history medieval France technique. Price: AUD 7. 0 appr. US$ 5. 9 Seller: Richard Neylon, Bookseller - Book number: 3100.

Theodore Cyrus Karp (born 17 July 1926) is an American musicologist. His principal area of study is saecular mediaeval monophony, especially the music of the trouvères. He is a major contributor in this area to the Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians. with Gustave Reese) "Monophony in a Group of Renaissance Chansonniers", JAMS, v (1952), 4–15.

Theodore Karp proposes a fundamental reinterpretation of two major repertories of twelfth-century sacred music, that associated with the long-destroyed abbey of Saint Martial de Limoges and the manuscript preserved in the Cathedral Archive of Santiago de Compostela. Together, these comprise the most important collection of polyphonic music before the celebrated School of Notre Dame.Scholars have disagreed about the rules for transcribing this early medieval music. Karp's commentary in Volume One, along with an edition of the music in Volume Two, offers a new set principles for the understanding of its harmony, rhythm, notation, and text underlay. Professor Karp's interpretation, though likely to prove controversial, is scrupulously and convincingly defended. The transcriptions themselves will be welcomed by performing musicians, to whom an important repertory now becomes readily available.