JF History of Music: Medieval and Renaissance

 

Week 10    Music and Early Print Culture


1. The Beginnings of Music Printing


EDITIONS

Sixteenth-Century Motet, ed. Richard Sherr, 30 vols (New York: Garland, 1987–) (library)

Ottaviano Petrucci: Canti B, ed. Helen Hewitt (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1967) (library)

Motetti de Passione, de Cruce, de Sacramento, de Beata Virgine et huiusmodi B, originally published (1503) by Ottaviano Petrucci, ed. Warren Drake (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2002) (library)

The Motet Books of Andrea Antico, ed. Martin Picker (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1987) (library)

READING

Iain Fenlon, Music, Print and Culture in Early Sixteenth-Century Italy (London: British Library, 1995) (library)

Stanley Boorman, Studies in the Printing, Performance and Publishing of Music in the Sixteenth Century (Aldershot: Ashgate Variorum, 2005) (library)

Jane A. Bernstein, Print Culture and Music in Sixteenth-Century Venice (New York: Oxford University Press, 2001) (library)

Frank Dobbins, Music in Renaissance Lyons (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1992) (library)

Tim Carter, Music, Patronage and Printing in Late Renaissance Florence (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2000) (library)

Stanley Boorman, Ottaviano Petrucci: Catalogue raisonné (New York: Oxford University Press, 2006) (library)

Jane A. Bernstein, Music Printing in Renaissance Venice: The Scotto Press, 1539–1572 (New York: Oxford University Press, 1998) (library)

Daniel Heartz, Pierre Attaingnant, Royal Printer of Music: A Historical Study and Bibliographical Catalogue (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1969) (library)

Samuel F. Pogue, Jacques Moderne: Lyons Music Printer of the Sixteenth Century (Geneva: Droz, 1969) (library)

Suzanne G. Cusick, Valerio Dorico: Music Printer in Sixteenth-Century Rome (Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press, 1981) (library)

LISTENING

Department

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1477

Josquin: Motets, Anthems and Sequences
Josquin: Stabat Mater, Motets


ESSAY TITLES

JF: Survey music printing to c.1540 with reference to processes, regional centres and musical genres.

JS / SS: In what ways did sixteenth-century music printers continue the traditions of manuscript culture, and in what ways did they depart from them?


2. The Italian Madrigal and Related Genres


ANTHOLOGIES

The Oxford Book of Italian Madrigals, ed. Alec Harman (London, 1983) (library)

The Oxford Book of English Madrigals, ed. Philip Ledger (London, 1978) (library)

The Oxford Book of French Chansons, ed. Frank Dobbins (Oxford, 1987) (library)

The Penguin Book of Italian Madrigals, ed. Jerome Roche (Harmondsworth, 1974) (library)

COLLECTED EDITIONS

Carlo Gesualdo (library)

Luca Marenzio (library)

Claudio Monteverdi (library)

Cipriano de Rore (library)


light reading

Howard M. Brown, Music in the Renaissance (Englewood Cliffs, 1976) (library). See ‘Neo-Classical Experiment’ and ‘The Virtuoso Madrigalists’.

Jerome Roche, The Madrigal (2nd ed., Oxford, 1990) (library)

heavy reading

Denis Arnold, Gesualdo (London, 1984) (library)

————, Marenzio (Oxford, 1965) (library)

Alfred Einstein, The Italian Madrigal (3 vols, Princeton, 1949) (library)

Iain Fenlon and James Haar, The Italian Madrigal in the Early Sixteenth Century: Sources and Interpretation (Cambridge, 1988) (library)

Susan McClary, Modal Subjectivities (Berkeley, 2004) (library)

Maria Rika Maniates, Mannerism in Italian Music and Culture 1530–1630 (Manchester, 1979) (library)

Claude V. Palisca, Studies in the History of Italian Music and Music Theory (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994) (library)
2. ‘Vincenzo Galilei’s Counterpoint Treatise: A Code for the Seconda practica’
3. ‘The Artusi–Monteverdi Controversy’

Anthony Newcomb, The Madrigal at Ferrara, 1579–1597 (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1980). (library)

Glenn Watkins, Gesualdo: The Man and His Music (2nd ed. Oxford, 1991) (library)

Catherine Deutsch, ‘Antico or moderno? Reception of Gesualdo’s Madrigals in the Early Seventeenth Century’, The Journal of Musicology, 30 (2013), 28–48. (jstor)

listening

Department

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1171
1176
1175
156
472
890
321
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558

Italian Madrigals
Gesualdo, book IV
Gesualdo, book VI
Luzzaschi, book V
Marenzio, book IX
Monteverdi and d’India
Monteverdi, book IV
Monteverdi, book V
Monteverdi, book VII–VIII
Monteverdi, book VIII
Monteverdi, book VIII
Palestrina, Madrigali spirituali


Library

CD-840
CD-841
CD-1662

Marenzio, Madrigali
Marenzio, Madrigaux
Comédies madrigalesques


essay titles

Explain the debate provoked by Monteverdi’s madrigals. To what extent was it the outcome of earlier developments in the madrigal repertory?