6 edition of Humanism in Italian Renaissance Musical Thought found in the catalog.
Humanism in Italian Renaissance Musical Thought
Claude V. Palisca
by Yale Univ Pr
Written in English
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Humanism took a huge role in the belief system and education system during the Renaissance, and it is likely that humanist intellectuals had a part in authoring some of the motets (Cumming ). Even if some listeners could not understand the words, the performance of motets – or any polyphonic music – was generally impressive and enjoyable. CHAPTER 5 ITALIAN HUMANISM. In western Europe during the Middle Ages, the legacy of Greece and Rome had not been tle was the supreme philosophical authority. Plato's works were less well-known; but his reputation was great, and his ideas and outlook had penetrated to medieval thinkers, partly through his Timaeus, partly through the writings of others, especially St. Augustine.
Claude Victor Palisca ( , Fiume (Rijeka), now Croatia – ) was an internationally recognized authority on early music, especially opera of the Renaissance and Baroque periods, and was Henry L. and Lucy G. Moses Professor Emeritus of Music at Yale University. C. V. Palisca, Humanism in Italian Renaissance Musical Thought. Allan Atlas, Music at the Aragonese Court of Naples. Winifred Maynard, Elizabethan Lyric Poetry and Its Music.
Renaissance humanism received its name from its formation during the Renaissance period of Europe and more specifically the Italian Renaissance during the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Before discussing the studies of humanists during the Italian Renaissance, it is important to be knowledgeable of the classical authors that were studied. After this first “Humanism” period (which begins with Petrarch and goes on until the end of the 15 th century), a second one emerges, in the first half of the 16 th century, with the appearance of the Reformation (“the Humanism of the High Renaissance”), and a third and last one, in the second half of the 16 th century (“Late Humanism.
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Palisca,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(2). This book aims to document the debt that Renaissance musical thought owes to ancient. particularly Greek. musical thought and to trace its path of transmission in Italy.
Introduction: an Italian Renaissance in music. -- The rediscovery of the ancient sources -- The earliest musical humanists: Pietro d'Abano -- The earliest musical humanists: Giorgio Valla -- The earliest musical humanists: Carlo Valgulio.
the result exceeds all expectations. Humanism in Italian Renaissance Musical Thought is one of the most original and important musicological studies published in the last few decades.
>Musical historians have been aware of a link between the revival of ancient learning and the changes in musical style and theory that occure during the Renaissance.
Review: The Cultural Life of the Early Polyphonic Mass: Medieval Context to Modern Revival by Andrew Kirkman. Baker, Patrick, Italian Renaissance Humanism in the Mirror, Cambridge, Baxandall, Michael, Giotto and the Orators: Humanist Observers of Painting in Italy and the Discovery of Pictorial Composition, –, Oxford, Cited by: 1.
Return to Article Details Humanism in Italian Renaissance Musical Thought Download Download PDF Humanism in Italian Renaissance Musical Thought Download Download PDFCited by: Renaissance Humanism—named to differentiate it from the Humanism that came later—was an intellectual movement that originated in the 13th century and came to dominate European thought during the Renaissance, which it played a considerable role in creating.
14 - Fifteenth-century humanism and music outside Italy. Jean d'Ockeghem is praised widely for his graciousness, his Christian virtues, and his skill as a singer. Jean Molinet, who singles out the music of Gilles Binchois, Antoine Busnoys, Guillaume Du Fay, and Ockeghem as the best of its day, lists Ockeghem as the first among these : Reinhard Strohm.
Renaissance Humanism: Machiavelli and Political Thought Date: Octo Author: Arushi Mathur 0 Comments The Italian Renaissance came into being like the Big Bang – arising out of the nothingness of the grim Middle Ages – an explosion of art, science and literature all in the light of humanism and secular learning.
"Father of the Italian language.". Also a humanist Renaissance philosopher. of Florence. Author of the Divine Comedy, an epic poem written in Italian. It gives Dante's journey through the Inferno, purgatory and paradise with Latin poet Virgil as his guide through the first two and Beatrice.
REVIEWS OF BOOKS C. Palisca, Humanism in Italian Renaissance Musical Thought. New Haven, Conn./London: Yale University Press, xiii + pp., with figs.
$ ISBN This book represents over twenty years' dedicated research into music theory and writings on music in the Italian Renaissance. All these and much more are explained in Claude V. Palisca's magisterial Humanism in Italian Renaissance musical thought (New Haven, ), but for non-specialists the book is rather daunting.
Palisca must have realized this himself, for he has now revisited his earlier studies and produced a work that is marvellously informative, lucid and readable, and that should appeal to readers of Early : Bonnie J. Blackburn. Start studying Italian Renaissance Humanism.
Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. The word “humanism” first brings in my mind my favourite science fiction writers, Isaac Asimov and Kurt Vonnegut, both having been presidents of the American Humanist Association. With a bit of research one can find other radical thinkers such as Petrarch, Niccolò Machiavelli August Comte, Julian Huxley and many others.
OCLC Number: Language Note: English. Notes: Sequel to: Renaissance thought. Description: x, pages ; 21 cm. Contents: Humanism. Humanist learning in the Italian Renaissance --The moral thought of Renaissance Humanism --The European diffusion of Italian Humanism --Platonism and Platonic Academy of Florence --Ficino and Pomponazzi on the place of man in the.
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The word is a bit of a problem, first of all because humanism isn’t really an ‘-ism.’ It’s not a doctrine that is rolled out. It’s a post hoc label applied to a certain set of pre-existing beliefs and attitudes.
The ‘human’ part of the word also causes difficulty. The Answer: it changed the way people viewed there lives and jobs, it showed them that they can move out of there social class, become a merchant instead of staying a pheasant. They learned that they can achieve a personal best. People began to move out of the .The Renaissance humanism also awoke in man a love of learning and "a true love for books.[where] humanists built book collections and university libraries developed." Humanists believed that the individual encompassed "body, mind, and soul" and learning was very much a part of edifying all aspect of the human.
Francesco Petrarch, the Italian humanist and poet called the father of the Renaissance, died in By the end of the century, Florence was becoming a center of the Renaissance.
Inteacher Manuel Chrysoloras was invited to teach Greek there, bringing a copy of Ptolemy 's "Geography".