Women in Music: An Anthology of Source Readings from the Middle Ages to the Present download epub
by Carol Neuls-Bates
Women as singers in Christian antiquity - Music in an early community of women - Life at a twelfth-century Benedictine . The original books is too bright.
Women as singers in Christian antiquity - Music in an early community of women - Life at a twelfth-century Benedictine convent - Hildegard of Bingen : abbess and composer - Three women troubadours - Women among the minstrels and as amateur musicians - The Renaissance lady - Vocal and instrumental music performance at an Italian convent The original books is too bright.
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The anthology did make a very good companion piece, adding depth and color to the material in the other book. The source readings were all very interesting and most of them were quite illuminating. It was also nice to see writings by and about very obscure and forgotten women (. late 19th century concert pianists) as well as the more well-known people like Clara Schumann and Ruth Crawford-Seeger. I read this book as a follow-up to Women Making Music: The Western Art Tradition, 1150-1950.
Bibliographic Details. Title: Women in Music: An Anthology of Source. Publisher: Harper & Row NY. (c1982). Publication Date: 1982. Women in Music has been a core resource for scholarship and teaching since it first appeared in 1982. - Susan C. Cook, University of Wisconsin School of Music. We've done so quite rarely over the years. List this Seller's Books.
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The voices of women such as Abbess Hildegard of Bingen, Clara Schumann, and Marian Anderson resonate as they emerge from the wide range of materials in this volume, which includes letters, diaries, poems, novels, an. .
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from the Middle Ages to the Present. set forth by Boldesar Castiglione in The Book of the Courtier, a handbook for gentlemen and women about the social and cul- tural functions of the Renaissance court. First published in 1528 in Venice, the work became widely read throughout Europe. In describing the attributes of the lady, Castiglione creates a paradox.
Carol Neuls-Bates, business executive, musicologist. Member College Music Society (council 1975-1978), American Musicol.
Pendle, Karin Swanson, PhD (1939– ), Women in Music, Indiana University Press (2001). Karin Pendle, Women in Music, Indiana University Press (2001). a b The New York Times, obituary. The Women-In-Music Movement, Then and Now ILWC (International League of Women Composers) Newsletter, Summer 1985, pp. 6–10. Art Institute of Chicago, Photography Collection, where Sebrechts photographs are housed.