The long period from the Renaissance to the nineteenth century supplied numerous sources for Kierkegaard's thought in any number of different fields. The present, rather heterogeneous volume covers the long period from the birth of Savonarola in 1452 through the beginning of the nineteenth century and into Kierkegaard's own time. The Danish thinker read authors representing vastly different traditions and time periods. Moreover, he also read a diverse range of genres. His interests concerned not just philosophy, theology and literature but also drama and music. The present volume consists of three tomes that are intended to cover Kierkegaard's sources in these different fields of thought. Tome III covers the sources that are relevant for literature, drama and music. Kierkegaard was well read in the European literature of the seventeenth and eighteenth century. He was captivated by the figure of Cervantes' Don Quixote, who is used as a model for humor and irony. He also enjoyed French literature, represented here by articles on Chateaubriand, Lamartine, and Mérimée. French dramatists were popular on the Danish stage, and Kierkegaard demonstrated an interest in, among others, Moliére and Scribe. Although he never possessed strong English skills, this did not prevent him from familiarizing himself with English literature, primarily with the help of German translations. While there is an established body of secondary material on Kierkegaard's relation to Shakespeare, little has been said about his use of the Irish dramatist Sheridan. It is obvious from, among other things, The Concept of Irony that Kierkegaard knew in detail the works of some of the main writers of the German Romantic movement. However, his use of the leading figures of the British Romantic movement, Byron and Shelley, remains largely unexplored terrain. The classic Danish authors of the eighteenth century, Holberg, Wessel and Ewald, were influential figures who prepared the way for the Golden Age of Danish poetry. Kierkegaard constantly refers to their dramatic characters, whom he often employs to illustrate a philosophical idea with a pregnant example or turn of phrase. Finally, while Kierkegaard is not an obvious name in musicology, his analysis of Mozart's Don Giovanni shows that he had a keen interest in music on many different levels.
This study of the French early music revival gives us a vivid sense of how music's cultural meanings were contested in the nineteenth century. It surveys the main patterns of revivalist activity while also providing in-depth studies of repertories stretching from Adam de la Halle to Rameau.
The long period from the Renaissance to the nineteenth century supplied numerous sources for Kierkegaard's thought in any number of different fields. The present volume covers the period from the birth of Savonarola in 1452 through the beginning of the nineteenth century and into Kierkegaard's own time. The Danish thinker read authors representing vastly different traditions and time periods, and a diverse range of genres including philosophy, theology, literature, drama and music. The present volume consists of three tomes that are intended to cover Kierkegaard's sources in these different fields of thought.Tome III covers the sources that are relevant for literature, drama and music.
Author: Maciej Jochymczyk
Publisher: Musica Iagellonica
The ensembles associated with monastery and parish churches were a very important element of musical life in Central Europe around the mid-eighteenth century. Yet the music created by early Classical composers, which constituted the core of their repertoire, remains poorly explored. Fr. Amandus Ivanschiz OSPPE (1727–1758) was one of such musicians, active in monasteries in Ranna, Wiener Neustadt, Rome, and Graz. Recent findings reveal that he died in 1758 at the young age of 31, which is much earlier than previously thought. Consequently, the dating of his compositions and their position in the context of the transformation of musical language in the middle of the eighteenth century needs to be revisited. This volume is the first to provide a critical evaluation of the attribution of works ascribed to Ivanschiz, which brought to light the true scope and reception of his oeuvre. The fact that there are nearly 300 copies of his works preserved in various archives across eleven European countries indicates that his music was readily performed and disseminated, and places Ivanschiz among the most popular monk-composers of his epoch. (From the Epilogue)
Conçu pour tous les niveaux d'enseignement de l'Education musicale, ce manuel est élaboré sur une méthodologie éprouvée de pratique d'enseignement, d'encadrement et nourri de notions théoriques fondamentales. Il est destiné aux enseignants et aux professeurs stagiaires des différents ordres d'enseignement: périscolaire, primaire, secondaire et supérieur. Ce manuel est également un guide qui vient combler un vide documentaire relatif à l'enseignement de l'Education musicale tant en Côté d'Ivoire que dans la sous-région ouest-africaine.
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Les universaux en musique
Author: Costin Miereanu, Xavier Hascher
Publisher: Publications de la Sorbonne
L'opportunité et la valeur des textes rassemblés ici se reconnaissent à l'universalité des grands thèmes abordés, à leur diversité cohérente, à l'écho qu'ils donnent aux circonstances musicales mondiales actuelles. Les problèmes de la signification musicale sont permanents à travers toute l'histoire de la création et de l'interprétation, en ce que la musique ne se donnerait qu'à elle-même signification. Cependant, la présence, aussi évidente qu'apparemment insaisissable, d'une pensée musicale intime au compositeur, interne à l'œuvre, demeure par là même une fascination de tout auditeur, mais aussi la gageure presque utopique de toute analyse. Ces problèmes sollicitent donc une recherche et une lutte constantes pour tenter de reconnaître ou du moins d'approcher cette signification, à la lumière des démarches et clartés nouvelles. La signification musicale appelle d'urgence notre attention et se pose des problèmes nouveaux, bien au-delà de ceux des analyses traditionnelles. On saisira qu'une telle mutation des données ait appelé une vision nouvelle des Universaux qui règnent sur l'essence même d'un art organiquement, consubstantiellement uni à la perception pure et à la Connaissance. Ouvrage publié avec le concours du Centre national du livre et de Poly-Art international.