RELAZIONI MUSICAL TRA ITALIA E GERMANIA NELL’ETÀ BAROCCA

GEN 205.113

  • LEONI S., Musicografia delle passioni. Dall’affetto alla retorica musicale nella trattatistica italiana e tedesca del primo Seicento, pp. 7-41

 

  • KENDRICK R. L., Schütz’s Symphoniae Sacrae I and its Non-reception in Italy, pp. 45-60

 

  • SAUNDERS S., The Antecedents of the Viennese Sepolcro, pp. 63-83

 

  • KOKOLE M., The Compositions of Isaac Posch Mediators between the German and Italian Musical Idioms, pp. 87-120STEINHEUER J., Zum Wandel des Italienisc

 

  • KURTZMAN J. G., A Jungian Perspective on Monteverdi’s Late Madrigals, pp. 123-136

 

  • hes Einflusses auf das Deutsche Gesellschaftslied und vor allem das Quodlibet in der erstem Hälfe des 17. Jahrhunderts, pp. 139-170

 

  • SNYDER K. J., Life in Venice: Johann Rosenmüller’s Vesper Psalms, pp. 173-200

 

  • WOLLYN P., Italian and German Influences in the Thuringian Motet Repertoire of the Late Seventeenth Century, pp. 203-215

 

  • ALLSOP P., Un «nuovo virtuosismo»: la tecnica violinistica italiana del XVII secolo e l’ascesa tedesca, pp. 219-237

 

  • HELLER K., Das frühe Konzert für Tasteninstrumente in Italien und Deutschland, pp. 241-254

 

  • LINDGREN L., Count Rudolf Franz Erwein von Schönborn (1677-1754) and the Italian Sonatas for Violoncello in His Collection At Wisentheid, pp. 257-302

 

  • TALBOT M., The Harpsichord Sonatas of Fortunato Chelleri: Some Observations on Form and Thematic Treatment, pp. 305-322

 

  • TIMMS C., The DIsemination of Steffani’s Operas, pp. 325-349

 

  • OVER B., La costanza trionfante: Eine Vivaldi-Oper in München?, pp. 353-364

 

  • MARTINOTTI S., Approccio e Telemann, pp. 367-383

 

  • LEOPOLD S., Was hat Händel in Italien gelernt?, pp. 387-408

 

  • EMANS R., Die Duette von G. C. M. Clari und ihre Transformationen im Werke G. F. Händels, pp. 411-431

 

  • FANELLI J. G., German Wind Players In and Around Florence, pp. 435-445

 

  • TUKSAR S., Music by Eighteenth-Century German and Austrian Composers Preserved in Venetian Dalmatia and Dubrovnik. Differences and Similarities, pp. 449-461

 

  • BROFSKY H., Padre Martini’s Relations with Germany: as Teacher, Historian and Bibliophile, pp. 465-472