5 edition of The English musical Renaissance, 1860-1940 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 248-260).
|Statement||Robert Stradling and Meirion Hughes.|
|Contributions||Hughes, Meirion, 1949-|
|LC Classifications||ML286.4 .S85 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||270 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||270|
|LC Control Number||92034087|
All the works on this program were composed within a short time during a period that is often referred to as the "English Musical Renaissance." The earliest to be completed, Parry's Symphonic Variations, dates from , while the last, Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance March . A Look at Renaissance Art (Art and Music) by J. Jean Robertson English | Sep. 22, | ISBN: , X | 28 Pages | PDF | 6 MB The Renaissance proved to be a time of great.
The conditions that created the distinctive view of the musical past continued to play a decisive role in music historiography of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Lewis Lockwood's definition of Renaissance as a period in music history from roughly to is a direct descendent of the view first promulgated by August Wilhelm Ambros. Many carols are macaronic, mixing two languages, usually in Latin and English. During the 15th century, the carol continued as a popular religious song, but it also developed as art music and as a literary form. Musically, it is the most important English forme fixe (“fixed form”), comparable to the French rondeau, virelai, and ballade.
Essay. Music was an essential part of civic, religious, and courtly life in the Renaissance. The rich interchange of ideas in Europe, as well as political, economic, and religious events in the period – led to major changes in styles of composing, methods of disseminating music, new musical genres, and the development of musical instruments. A complete analysis of the development of music during the Renaissance including a discussion of the contributions made by each country. For this study, the most fitting method has seemed to be one that might, with Browning in mind, be called the Ring and the Book technique. Part I deals at some length with the central musical language of the 15th and 16th centuries, which was developed in Reviews: 2.
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English Musical Renaissance, Meirion Hughes, Robert Stradling, R. Stradling Snippet view - The English musical renaissance constructing a national music. The idea of an English musical renaissance was taken up by the music critic of The Times, Francis Hueffer, and his successor J A Fuller Maitland.
The latter became the most assiduous proponent of the theory. His book English Music in the XIXth Century is subdivided into two parts: "Book I: Before the Renaissance (–)", and "Book II: The Renaissance (–)".
English Musical Renaissance, book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This controversial study isolates and identifies th /5.
The English Musical Renaissance, Construction and Deconstruction, by Robert Stradling and Meirion Hughes (review). The English musical Renaissance, – - Browse and buy the Paperback edition of The English musical Renaissance, – by Meirion Hughes, Robert Stradling.
MENU Books. Meirion Hughes, a freelance historian, co-authored (with R.A. Stradling) The English Musical Renaissance Construction and Deconstruction (), a volume which has appeared in a revised edition as The English Musical Renaissance Constructing a National Music ().
Buy The English musical Renaissance English Musical Renaissance, by Robert Stradling, Meirion Hughes from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones. J A Fuller Maitland, critic on The Times, described music journalists as 'watchmen on the walls of music', and Meirion Hughes extends this metaphor to explore their crucial role in building and safeguarding what came to be known as the English Musical Renaissance.
Part One of the book looks at the critics in the context of the publications for. Buy English Musical Renaissance, (Music and Society) 2 by Hughes, Meirion, Stradling, Robert, Stradling, R.
(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 4. Howes was known for his affinity with English music in the tradition of the " English Musical Renaissance "; after he found the less nationalistic, more cosmopolitan nature of post-war composers uncongenial.
Get this from a library. The English musical Renaissance, construction and deconstruction. [R A Stradling; Meirion Hughes].
Gerald Finzi's role in the English Musical Renaissance (). Finzi's unique, idiosyncratic musical language is both a revitalization and synthesis of Tudor polyphony and the folksong.
Furthermore, this is a book definitely of its time from a certain faction of the British musical fraternity which rose to prominence during the Forties and Fifties. Pirie fights battles long over and relates a history long discredited. In this view, the English musical renaissance had.
Keith Warsop. Keith Warsop The authors of The English Musical RenaissanceRobert Stradling and Meirion Hughes, contend that this renaissance was ‘largely a fiction, deliberately and in the end unsuccessfully moulded and promoted by a relatively few English musicians for political ends’ a theory, and indeed the one the book seeks to demolish, that there was a genuine.
In England after there was a renewal of music referred to as the English musical renaissance. Composers such as Elgar, Stanford, Holst, Parry and Vaughn Williams flourished. The authors treat these composers as engaging in some sort of criminal conspiracy for some undefined end.
The book tries to provide social commentary, but the authors Cited by: The word renaissance can be liberally translated from the French into English as gives the first and perhaps the most important clue to the vitality of this period of music.
To bring a little context to the article, the renaissance would in all probability have felt like a very optimistic time in which to have lived. Revised edition of: The English musical renaissance, / Robert Stradling and Meirion Hughes, 6.
Hughes: The English musical renaissance and the press, p. At the Birmingham Conference on Music in 19th century Britain, Meirion Hughes pointed out on 7 July that he understood using the phrase of an 'English musical renaissance ' rather as a kind of, as he put it, 'EMR play'.
Joseph Bennett in his review of the premiere. The book was reviewed extensively by music scholars and historians who acknowledged its depth of original archival The English Musical Renaissance, Construction and Deconstruction. Still, there's much that's worthy here.
Unlike Frank Howe (The English Musical Renaissance, ), Pirie downplays the roots provided by conservative old-timers Parry, Stanford, and Mackenzie, emphasizing instead foreign influences.
Renaissance Construction and Deconstruction.7 This book, the most ambitious attempt yet by scholars from outside the musical field to engage with the English Musical Renaissance, and a clear sign of their growing recognition of its wider cultural significance, was to prove a.Buy The Renaissance, English Cultural Nationalism, and Modernism, by L.
Hinojosa from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones .Abstract/Description: The period in English musical history referred to as the English Musical Renaissance, stretching roughly fromis generally acknowledged as an era marked by a large resurgence of both musical and cultural activity.