Overview:Ars musice - TEAMS Varia - Ars musice, composed in Paris during the late thirteenth century, reflects Johannes de Grocheio's awareness of the complexity of the task of describing music. As the editors note in their introduction, "Grocheio is aware of the enormous range of types of music performed in different ways in different places. How can he impose order on this enormous subject matter? He decided to resolve this question by structuring his discussion around the practice of music that he observed in the city of Paris, organized into three main 'branches': music of the people (musica vulgalis), composite or regular, 'which they call measured music' (musica mensurata), and ecclesiastical music (musica ecclesiastica), which he claims derives from the other two (AM 6.2). The originality of Grocheio's treatise has attracted considerable scholarly interest. It has long been recognized as a unique source of information about musical life in medieval Paris. Through his treatise, Grocheio enables a modern reader to become aware of the complex auditory environment of that city in the late thirteenth century as well as of its intellectual vitality at a particularly vibrant moment in its history."
This book is on page /47df93bdff6ee0e8dc5bc4a08409d9a8/book/1603729669-9781580441650. It was written by the following authors: Constant J Mews, Johannes de Grocheio, Catherine Jeffreys, Leigh McKinnon, Carol J. Williams, John N Crossley. Book Ars musice - TEAMS Varia, which can be read online, published by the company: Medieval Institute Publications. Other books on similar topics can be found in sections: Entertainment. The book was published on 2011-10-01 00:00:00. It has 180 pages and is published in Paperback format and weight g. File for download Ars musice - TEAMS Varia has PDF format and is called ars-musice-teams-varia.pdf. Other books you can download below. Our ilciancino.it site is not responsible for the content of PDF files.
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