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  • Author:
    Patricia Howard,John Rutter
  • ISBN:
    0335112056
  • ISBN13:
    978-0335112050
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    Open University Press (January 1988)
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    120 pages
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Module status: This course is closed and no longer in presentation. Related Archive Content. Studies in music 1750-2000: interpretation and analysis.

Module status: This course is closed and no longer in presentation. Faculty: Arts Faculty. Keyword(s): A314, From Baroque to Romantic: studies in tonal music, Undergraduate course, Open University, Art Design and Performing Arts. The development of instruments and their music. The rise of modernism in music 1890-1935.

How did Baroque music sound to its contemporaries? . From the music itself, of course; but we need all the help that scholars can give us.

How did Baroque music sound to its contemporaries? What did they say about its style and performance as that long and eventful period unfolded? Here is a book which brings together many of the answers and draws conclusions of great practical interest to musicians and audiences of today.

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When studying the music of an instrument, many times a musician is taught how to interpret the "ornaments" that are .

When studying the music of an instrument, many times a musician is taught how to interpret the "ornaments" that are present. this interpretation tends to be very strict. But the author demonstrates that these strict interpretations may be counter to what we have been taught. Professor Neumann has compiled a volume based on writings in the Baroque era that attempts (successfully in my opinion) to provide some clues to the sketchy musical notations of busy and prolific composers in the Baroque era. His ideas are indeed controversial, but I think that they are well-reasoned and often brilliant. His knowledge of sources in the Baroque is magnificent, and his arguments are keenly-reasoned.

Please ELI5 the difference between baroque, classical, and romantic music. Answer by /u/HellOnTheReddit. We know almost nothing about music in Europe before the Middle Ages. Virtually nothing survives from the pre-Medieval West, meaning we don't know what kind of songs the Romans sang, or what music Homer's epic poetry was meant to be sung to - doubtless, a very great loss.

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Ornaments play an enormous role in the music of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, and ambiguities in their notation (as well as their frequent omission in the score) have left doubt as to how composers intended them to be interpreted

Ornaments play an enormous role in the music of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, and ambiguities in their notation (as well as their frequent omission in the score) have left doubt as to how composers intended them to be interpreted. Frederick Neumann, himself a violinist and conductor, questions the validity of the rigid principles applied to their performance. I Ornaments play an enormous role in the music of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, and ambiguities in their notation (as well as their frequent omission in the score) have left doubt as to how composers intended them.