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Performance practice, medieval to contemporary

a bibliographic guide

by Roland John Jackson

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Published by Garland in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Performance practice (Music) -- Bibliography

  • Edition Notes

    Includes indexes.

    StatementRoland Jackson.
    SeriesMusic research and information guides ;, vol. 9, Garland reference library of the humanities ;, vol. 790
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML128.P235 J3 1988
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxix, 518 p. ;
    Number of Pages518
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2396161M
    ISBN 100824015126
    LC Control Number87025900

    Book Description. Making a Performance traces innovations in devised performance from early theatrical experiments in the twentieth-century to the radical performances of the twenty-first century.. This introduction to the theory, history and practice of devised performance explores how performance-makers have built on the experimental aesthetic traditions of the past.   Contemporary Performance Practice - Duration: Royal Conservatoire Recommended for you. Black Performance in Contemporary Art - Three Performances - Duration:

    The state of Texas has issued a Stay Home–Work Safe Order. We cannot accept orders for books or journals at this time. Readers may order directly from many independent bookstores via , , and bookstore websites, as well as through major online retailers.   Her particular research interests are contemporary practice and applied theatre. She is currently completing a book on Theatre in Health and Care. Helen Nicholson lectures in drama and theatre at Royal Holloway, University of London, where she specialises in contemporary performance-making and applied theatre/5(10).

    Medieval Music by Richard H. Hoppin surveys the history and development of music in the Western world from its roots in early Christian liturgy up to the initial glimmerings of the Renaissance in the fifteenth century. Hoppin considers the sources and uses of monophonic chant, the development of increasingly complex polyphony, and the earliest surviving /5. Writing and contemporary music notation: an annotated bibliography Warfield, Gerald Medieval—sources- catalogs Manuscripts, Medieval-Catalogs MLI6 B3 v Performance practice (Music) – History – 17th century Performance practice (Music) – History – 18th century.


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New York: Garland, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Roland John Jackson. Find more information about. Book Description: Contemporary arts, both practice and methods, offer medieval scholars innovative ways to examine, explore, and reframe the past.

Medievalists offer contemporary studies insights into cultural works of the past that have been made or reworked in the present. Making a Medieval to contemporary book traces innovations in devised performance from early theatrical experiments in the twentieth-century to the radical performances of the twenty-first century.

This introduction to the theory, history and practice of devised performance explores how performance-makers have built on the experimental aesthetic traditions of the by: Its subject is early medieval British culture, often termed Anglo-Saxon Studies (c.

–), and its relation with, use of, and re-working in contemporary visual, poetic, and material culture (after ). ‘The Contemporary Medieval in Practice is both wise and unafraid to take risks. Improvisation and Inventio in the Performance of Medieval Music: A Practical Approach is an innovative and groundbreaking approach to medieval music as living repertoire.

The book provides philosophical frameworks, primary-source analysis, and clear, actionable practices and exercises aimed at recovering the improvisatory and inventive aspects of medieval music for.

The essays in this volume challenge current 'givens' in medieval and early modern research around periodization and editorial practice.

They showcase cutting-edge research practices and approaches in textual editing, and in manuscript and performance studies to produce new ways of reading and working for students and scholars.

It explores performance of the secular as well as of the sacred in its many forms, including Sunni, Shiite, Sufi, and Alevi Muslims; Sephardic Jews and those in the Holy Land; and Armenian, Greek, and European Catholic Christians. The book focuses on the Medieval and Early Modern periods, including the Early Ottoman.

It addresses performance issues encountered by the musicians in Reich's original ensemble and the techniques they developed to bring his compositions to life.

Drawing comparisons with West African drumming and other non-Western music, the book highlights ideas that are helpful in the understanding and performance of rhythm in all pulse-based by: 1.

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The BA (Hons) Contemporary Performance Practice locates itself with the paradigm of Social Constructivism and foregrounds the social function of performance and its. Contemporary art can provide medievalists with innovative ways to reframe the past.

Meanwhile, medievalists offer contemporary art insights into cultural works of the past that have been reworked in the present.

Speculative and nontraditional, The Contemporary Medieval in Practice adapts the conventional scholarly essay to reflect its interdisciplinary subject. Missing: Performance practice. Historically informed performance (also referred to as period performance, authentic performance, or HIP) is an approach to the performance of classical music, which aims to be faithful to the approach, manner and style of the musical era in which a work was originally conceived.

It is based on two key aspects: the application of the stylistic and technical aspects of performance. Performance Practice, Medieval to Contemporary: a Bibliographic Guide.[1] A dictionary devoted to performance practice is such an obvious and potentially useful idea that I am surprised that no one has thought of it before, though performance practice does come into A.

Improvisation and Inventio in the Performance of Medieval Music is an innovative and groundbreaking approach to medieval music as living repertoire.

The book provides philosophical frameworks, primary-source analysis, and clear, actionable exercises aimed at recovering the improvisatory and inventive aspects of medieval music for contemporary. Provides a list of theorists and early writers, and bibliographic references within the text." -- Reference & Research Book News "Performance Practice is an excellent ready-reference work for investigating the many aspects of historical performance practices and how one might approach the subject today.

Praise goes to the author for presenting Cited by: The BA (Hons) Contemporary Performance Practice is a practical programme so entry is dependent upon a practical audition as well as academic qualifications. These notes are intended to give you some helpful information and advice – please read them carefully.

We spoke to some of the graduates from our Contemporary Performance Practice degree programme about the range of creative work they do. Literature in English Test Practice ook. Page.

Taking the Practice Test. The practice test begins on page 6. The total time that you should allow for this practice test is 2 hours and 50 minutes.

An answer sheet is provided for you to mark your answers to the test questions. It is best to take this practice test under timed conditions. One thinks of two remarkable and useful achievements, Richard Hudson’s Stolen Time: The History of Tempo Rubato (Clarendon Press) from and Clive Brown’s magisterial book, first published inClassical and Romantic Performing Practice, – (Oxford University Press).

These are invaluable to both scholars and performers Cited by: 1. Her particular research interests are contemporary practice and applied theatre. She is currently completing a book on Theatre in Health and Care.

Helen Nicholson lectures in drama and theatre at Royal Holloway, University of London, where she specialises in contemporary performance-making and applied theatre/5(3). (Anna Linden Weller, in: The Medieval Review, ) "Medieval and Early Modern Performance in the Eastern Mediterranean is a very large book with a wealth of articles, and it is difficult to do them justice in a review.

() In general, the book is an important contribution.Musical performance - Musical performance - The Middle Ages: The tradition of sung prayers and psalms extends into the shadows of early civilization.

Such sacred singing was often accompanied by instruments, and its rhythmic character was marked. In the synagogue, however, the sung prayers were often unaccompanied. Ritual dance was excluded from the synagogue .This collection seeks to redress this omission, reconsidering the history of prosthesis and its implications for contemporary critical responses to, and uses of, it.

The book demonstrates the significance of notions of prosthesis in medieval and early modern theological debate, Reformation controversy, and medical discourse and practice.