3 edition of Direct approach to counterpoint in the 16th century style found in the catalog.
Direct approach to counterpoint in the 16th century style
Gustave Frederic Soderlund
|Statement||by Gustave Fredric Soderlund.|
|Series||Eastman School of Music series|
|LC Classifications||MT55 .S68|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 133 p. :|
|Number of Pages||133|
MUSIC Dr. C. Ross 16th Century Counterpoint “Rules” (primarily based on Knud Jeppesen’s Counterpoint) TWO-PART COUNTERPOINT P REAMBLE Knud Jeppesen’s Counterpoint contains a wealth of information on writing vocal polyphony in the Palestrina style,and I understand it was considered the best-researched text on the subject for many years after its publication. Practical work in writing counterpoint! Robert Gauldin emphasizes the acquisition of writing skills in the contrapuntal discipline and the simulation of sixteenth-century sacred polyphonic idioms in this volume. The author follows a didactic method of a non-species or direct s: 7.
Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (c. – 2 February ) was an Italian Renaissance composer of sacred music and the best-known 16th-century representative of the Roman School of musical composition. He had a long-lasting influence on the development of church and secular music in Europe, especially on the development of counterpoint, and his work is considered the culmination of. Read Online Contemporary Counterpoint and Download Contemporary Counterpoint book full in PDF formats. PDF Download Also available is a companion volume, The Principles and Practice of Modal Counterpoint, which focuses on 16th-century techniques and covers modal music from Gregorian chant through the 17th century. accessible style that.
In Tonal Counterpoint for the 21st-Century Musician, Teresa Davidian finally provides students a textbook that is quick, direct, and visual—a direct reflection of the age in which they live. This book is easy to understand, comprehensive, and distinctly modern in its approach to the study of counterpoint. Counterpoint - Counterpoint - The 20th century: The 20th century, like the 19th, has had its counterpoint inspired by earlier music. Anton Webern, for example, advocated a return to the forms of counterpoint used by Renaissance composers such as Heinrich Isaac, and in numerous of his own works (e.g., Symphonie) he makes use of Renaissance contrapuntal devices such as simultaneous .
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Get this from a library. Direct approach to counterpoint in 16th century style. [Gustave Fredric Soderlund]. The teaching of Counterpoint has for centuries past been confined to the system called Academic Counterpoint, embodied in the Five Species, first organized by Fux in his Gradus ad Parnassum (published ).
The supposition by Fux that his system was based upon the contrapuntal practices of Palestrina cannot be maintained: the rigid adherence to a cantus firmus in even notes (already.
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Direct Approach to Counterpoint in 16th Century Style5/5(1). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Soderlund, Gustave Fredric, Direct approach to counterpoint in 16th century style. New York, F.S. Crofts, An edition of Direct approach to counterpoint in 16th century style () Direct approach to counterpoint in 16th century style.
by Soderlund, Gustave FredricPages: Find Direct Approach to Counterpoint in the 16th Century Style (Eastman School of Music Series) by Soderlund, Gustave Fredric - COVID Update July 8, Biblio is open and shipping orders. Practical work in writing counterpoint. Gauldin emphasizes the acquisition of writing skills in the contrapuntal discipline and the simulation of sixteenth-century sacred polyphonic idioms in this volume.
The author follows a didactic method of a non-species or direct approach. Counterpoint - Counterpoint - The Renaissance: If the medieval composer explored mostly the possibilities of rhythmic counterpoint, the Renaissance composer was concerned primarily with melodic relationships between the voice parts.
The predominant technique used was that of imitation; i.e., the successive statement of the same or similar melody in each of the voice parts so that one voice.
Direct Approach to Counterpoint in the 16th Century Style. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, Tovey, Donald Francis. The method has little to do with 16th century style - that this is 16th century polyphony is a diversionary story for undergrads in a class with that of George Washington and the Cherry Tree.
There are two main points against it: (1) Species Counterpoint as a method is not a 16th century technique, but a 17th century s: Direct Approach to Counterpoint in 16th Century Style By Gustave Fredric Soderlund F.
Crofts, Read preview Overview The Notation Is Not the Music: Reflections on Early Music Practice and Performance By Barthold Kuijken Indiana University Press, A Practical Approach to 16th-Century Counterpoint, Revised Edition - Kindle edition by Gauldin, Robert.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading A Practical Approach to 16th-Century Counterpoint, Revised s: 9. Send Email. Recipient(s) will receive an email with a link to 'Review: Direct Approach to Counterpoint in 16th-Century Style by Gustave Frederic Soderlund' and will not need an account to.
A highly insightful discussion of Palestrina’s style. Works well with Soderlund’s Direct Approach to Counterpoint in 16th Century Style. *Kennan, Kent W. Counterpoint: Based on 18th-Century Practice. 4th ed. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, An extensive overview of counterpoint, the ﬁ rst half of this book covers melody.
He begins by covering general aspects of the style, then covers in detail two, three, and four-part counterpoint. The Motet, an important form of vocal composition in this period, is studied separately.
The book concludes with a brief anthology of key scores, 15 in all, for the student to study further. Also includes musical examples. MUSIC 3 Clark Ross S ECOND S PECIES (two half-notes against each C.F. whole-note) Melody: Previous rules are still valid, except (or as well as): 1.
No repetitions of notes in this or any remaining species (it’s fine in free counterpoint with text). The rule concerning consecutive skips in the same direction, or any combination of steps and skips in the same. I would like to introduce you to the 16th century Palastina style counterpoint.
It is a year-old book that has been studied and published based onpages. For more information, see the this link. Buy A Practical Approach to 16th Century Counterpoint Revised by Gauldin, Robert (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 7.
suspensions. The ﬁfth species is often called “free counterpoint” and can broadly be described as a combination of the preceding four species. We focus on species one through four partly because of time constraints, but also because ﬁfth species borders on (or embraces) 16th century stylistic composition, which is not particularly.
In Tonal Counterpoint for the 21st-Century Musician, Teresa Davidian finally provides students a textbook that is quick, direct, and visual--a direct reflection of the age in which they live.
This book is easy to understand, comprehensive, and distinctly modern in its approach to the study of counterpoint. Written in a style that is clear. I agree with the two suggestions here: Fux and Kennan.
But you probably don't need Fux if all you want is to write a fugue, depending of course on the style. Fux's book is based on 16th century counterpoint (i.e., Palestrina, so pre-tonal music), whereas Kennan's book is based on 18th century counterpoint (i.e., Bach).Twelve motets by each composer, six from the early works and six from the late works of each, were chosen for contrast and comparison.
In his book, Direct Approach to Counterpoint in 16th-Century Style, C.F. Soderlund set forth a conclusive and concise set of rules which he felt particularly characterized the music of Palestrina.
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