7 edition of Letters and documents of Heinrich Schütz, 1656-1672 found in the catalog.
Letters and documents of Heinrich Schütz, 1656-1672
|Other titles||Letters & documents of Heinrich Schütz, 1656-1672.|
|Statement||by Gina Spagnoli ; with a foreword by Werner Breig.|
|Series||Studies in music ;, no. 106, Studies in music (Ann Arbor, Mich.) ;, no. 106.|
|LC Classifications||ML410.S35 A4 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 395 p. :|
|Number of Pages||395|
|LC Control Number||89005204|
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Dresden, 1 August ; Schuetz's prefatory letter to Constantin Christian Dedekind's aelbianische Musenlust, Weissenfels, 21 September ; Schuetz's travel pass from Johann Georg II Frankfurt am Main, 8 April ; Johann Georg II's chapel order, undated.
Drawing on original manuscript and print sources, A Heinrich Sch tz Reader brings the composer to life through more than documents by or about Heinrich Sch tz, from his earliest studies under Giovanni Gabrieli to accounts of his final hours. Editor and translator Gregory S.
Johnston penetrates the archaic script, confronts the haphazard Cited by: 2. Get this from a library. Letters and documents of Heinrich Schütz, an annotated translation.
[Heinrich Schütz; Gina Spagnoli]. Heinrich Schütz () was the most important and influential German composer of the seventeenth century. Director of music at the electoral Saxon court in Dresden, he was lauded by his German contemporaries as "the father of our modern music", as "the Orpheus of our time." Yet despite the esteem in which his music is still held today, Schütz himself and the rich cultural 1/5(1).
Drawing on original manuscript and print sources, A Heinrich Sch tz Reader brings the composer to life through more than documents by or about Heinrich Sch tz, from his earliest studies under Giovanni Gabrieli to accounts of his final hours.
Editor and translator Gregory S. Johnston penetrates the archaic script, confronts the haphazard Author: Gregory S. Johnston. Letters and documents of Heinrich Schütz, an annotated translation / by Gina Spagnoli ; with a foreword by Werner Breig Schütz, Heinrich, [ Book, Thesis: ] Languages: English;German, [1 other] At 10 libraries.
Heinrich Schütz (German: ; 18 October [O.S. 8 October] – 6 November ) was a German composer and organist, generally regarded as the most important German composer before Johann Sebastian Bach, as well as one of the most important composers of the 17th is credited with bringing the Italian style to Germany and continuing its evolution from the Renaissance into the Early.
A Heinrich Schütz Reader Letters and Documents in Translation Gregory S. Johnston. Contains the largest number of documents by and about Heinrich Schütz assembled and presented in translation.
Gives the English-speaking reader direct access to the composer. Throughout the seventeenth century, the funerals of the highest of the nobility were usually held during the day.
On the daytime funeral of John George I of Saxony on 2 Februarysee Gina Spagnoli, Letters and Documents o f Heinrich Schutz – An Annotated Translation (Ann Arbor, ), pp. 7– Google ScholarAuthor: Craig M. Koslofsky. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for A Heinrich Schütz Reader: Letters and Documents in Translation by Gregory S.
Johnston (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. Schutz to Heinrich von Taube (26 June ) Schutz to Heinrich II Reuss (16 June ) Schutz's Endorsement of Caspar Ziegler's Von den Madrigalen (Leipzig, /) (11 August ) --Contents note continued: Schutz to Heinrich von Taube, Jacob Weller, and Christian Reichbrodt (21 August ) Heinrich Schütz.
Bibliothèque des grands musiciens. Demange, Odile (翻訳). Fayard. ISBN OCLC 井上和男 (編著)『クラシック音楽作品名辞典』三省堂、年、2。 ISBN 。 (英語) Heinrich_Schütz - Wikipedia, the free encylopedia, (). The Letters and Documents of Heinrich Sch ü tz – An Annotated Translation.
Edited by Gina Spagnoli. Ann Arbor, Mich., Translations of letters and important documents with extensive commentary about Sch ü tz's career and style.
Secondary Sources. Breig, Werner. Recently discovered letters of Saxon Prince Johann Georg II (–80) document the nature of the process in Dresden during the tenure of court Kapellmeister Heinrich Schtz, and the attempts of Author: Leilani Johnson.
Other relevant documents may be found in G. Spagnoli, Letters and Documents of Heinrich Schütz: an Annotated Translation (Rochester, New York, 2/). Current research on Schütz and seventeenth-century music in general appears in the Schütz-Jahrbuch, ed.
Breig under the auspices of the Internationale by: 1. Schütz, Heinrich (). " Becker Psalter (Freiberg, ): Title Page and Dedication to Electress Hedwig, Duchess of Saxony (6 September )".
A Heinrich Schütz Reader: Letters and Documents in Translation. Translated by Johnston, Gregory S. United States: Oxford University Press. 62– ISBN Zahn, Johannes (). Letters and documents of Heinrich Schütz, an annotated translation: Meister, wir wissen, daß du wahrhaftig bist: Musique pour orgue: Muzyka organowa: Muzyka religijna: Neue Ausgabe sämtlicher Werke: Nun danket alle Gott: Opernkomposition als Prozess Referate des Symposiums Bochum Orgelwerke von Heinrich Scheidemann: Ouvertüren.
A Heinrich Schutz Reader. Edited and translated by Gregory S. Johnston. New York: Oxford University Press, [xxviii, p.
ISBN $] His contemporaries called him "the Orpheus of our time." Modern scholars view him as the most important and influential German composer of the seventeenth century. Graham Johnson and Richard Stokes.
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Buy A Heinrich Schutz Reader: Letters and Documents in Translation at nd: Gregory S Johnston.Heinrich Schütz (German:; 18 October [O.S. 8 October]  – 6 November ) was a German composer and organist, generally regarded as the most important German composer before Johann Sebastian Bach and often considered to be one of the most important composers of the 17th century.
He wrote what is traditionally considered to be the first German opera, Dafne, performed at Torgau in.