Musical Creativity in Restoration England

Musical Creativity in Restoration England

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Rebecca Herissone's study is the first comprehensive investigation of approaches to creating music in late seventeenth-century England. Her methodology challenges pre-conceptions about what it meant to be a composer in the period and goes on to raise broader questions about the interpretation of early modern notation.123v A H I I v n I | I | I I I I m I | | I | | I I I I I % w I | | I | | A- I I 0 I I | A A A n | I A I o 9 v 7 0 G10 - ry be to the Pa ther and to the Son A H- ... the free parts often move in parallel motion with the canonic parts, thus alleviating problems of counterpoint ( Example 1.9). The other notable characteristic of Henstridgea#39;s continuation of this canon is the rising scale in the canonic parts on a#39;As it was in the beginninga#39; from b .

Title:Musical Creativity in Restoration England
Author: Rebecca Herissone
Publisher:Cambridge University Press - 2013-10-10

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