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dc.contributor.authorTammen, Björn Renko
dc.contributor.authorRausch, Alexander
dc.date.issued2014
dc.date.submitted2014-12-31 23:55:55
dc.date.submitted2020-01-30 13:03:30
dc.date.submitted2020-04-01T14:38:47Z
dc.identifier512255
dc.identifierOCN: 960756863
dc.identifierhttp://library.oapen.org/handle/20.500.12657/33287
dc.identifier.urihttps://directory.doabooks.org/handle/20.500.12854/36994
dc.description.abstractWith famous music manuscripts such as the St Emmeram codex or the Trent codices and the rise of a musical elite with singer-composers around Dufay and Binchois, the years around 1430 belong to a crucial period in late-medieval music history. The present volume comprises 13 case studies on polyphonic as well as monophonic repertories with a particular focus on the city of Vienna. For the first time, the ‘simultaneity’ of ‘non-simultaneous’ phenomena is scrutinized for Central Europe and for the cultural exchange with neighbouring territories of the Holy Roman Empire, of England, Bohemia and Northern Italy.Due to its specific urban profile and the geographical position, late-medieval Vienna offers an excellent starting point for the study of musical repertories in Central Europe and their appropriation as cultural practice in the first half of the fifteenth century. The ‘simultaneity’ of ‘non-simultaneous’ phenomena is closely connected to the coexistence of different patterns of music patronage within court and nobility, the university, a variety of ecclesiastical institutions (among them the collegiate church of All Saints, later St Stephen’s Cathedral), and diverse strands of upper- and middle-class citizens on the one hand, cultural exchange with neighbouring territories of the Holy Roman Empire, of England, Bohemia and Northern Italy on the other. Manifold strands of polyphonic and monophonic repertories (both sacred and profane), compositional techniques, regionally bound stylistic peculiarities, strategems of music patronage, institutional (or even personal) collectionism, furthermore aspects of music iconography and the role of music within the history of ideas are scrutinized in thirteen chapters, which are conceived as case-studies, plus a detailed thematical introduction. In sum, this is an invaluable contribution to a better understanding of a crucial period of late-medieval music history.
dc.description.abstractMit berühmten Repertoire-Handschriften wie dem Mensuralcodex St. Emmeram oder den Trienter Codices und der Entstehung einer musikalischen Elite um Sängerkomponisten wie Dufay und Binchois gehören die Jahrzehnte um 1430 zu einer Schlüsselphase der abendländischen Musikgeschichte. Der Band vereint 13 Fallstudien zur polyphonen Kunstmusik sowie zum einstimmigen Lied, wobei ein besonderer Fokus auf den Verhältnissen in Wien liegt. Erstmals wird so die Gleichzeitigkeit ungleichzeitiger Phänomene für Zentraleuropa beleuchtet – auch hinsichtlich der Wechselwirkungen mit England, Böhmen, Oberitalien und dem franko-flämischen Raum.
dc.languageEnglish
dc.languageGerman
dc.rightsopen access
dc.subject.classificationbic Book Industry Communication::A The arts::AV Music
dc.subject.otherMusic history
dc.subject.otherLate Middle Ages
dc.subject.othermusical repertories
dc.subject.othermusic patronage
dc.subject.otherritual
dc.subject.otheridentity
dc.subject.otherawareness of time
dc.subject.otherTrent codices
dc.subject.otherHermann Poetzlinger
dc.subject.othermensural codex St. Emmeram
dc.subject.otherEngland
dc.subject.otherJohn Dunstaple
dc.subject.otherGuillaume Dufay
dc.subject.otherGilles Binchois
dc.subject.otherCentral Europe
dc.subject.otherVienna
dc.subject.otherHermann Edlerawer
dc.subject.otherUrbanus Kungsperger
dc.subject.otherJohannes Brassart
dc.subject.otherJohannes de Sarto
dc.subject.otherFrederick III (IV) of Habsburg
dc.subject.otherAlbert II (V) of Habsburg
dc.subject.otherRudolf Volkhardt
dc.subject.otherPetrus Wilhelmi de Grudencz
dc.subject.otherBohemia
dc.subject.otherVeneto
dc.subject.othermotet
dc.subject.otherdevotional motet
dc.subject.othergenre transformation
dc.subject.otherMarian devotions
dc.subject.othermusical iconography
dc.subject.otherchapel
dc.subject.otherSangvers
dc.subject.otherOswald von Wolkenstein
dc.subject.otherHugo von Montfort
dc.subject.otherMichel Beheim
dc.subject.otherHeinrich der Teichner
dc.subject.otherPeter Suchenwirt
dc.subject.otherMonk of Salzburg
dc.subject.otherLiebhard Eghenvelder
dc.subject.otherNeidhart (Nithart)
dc.subject.otherAustrian National Library
dc.subject.otherUniversity of Vienna
dc.subject.otherCouncil of Constance
dc.subject.otherCouncil of Basle
dc.subject.otherNibelungenlied
dc.subject.otherJohannes Lupi
dc.subject.otherJohannes Wiser
dc.subject.otherJohannes Prenner
dc.subject.otherRegensburg
dc.subject.otherSt Stephen
dc.subject.otherSt Martin
dc.subject.otherJan Hus
dc.subject.otherisorhythmic motet
dc.subject.otherGhent altarpiece
dc.subject.otherJan van Eyck
dc.subject.otherHubert van Eyck
dc.subject.otherMusikgeschichte
dc.subject.otherPolyphony
dc.titleMusikalische Repertoires in Zentraleuropa (1420-1450)
dc.title.alternativeProzesse & Praktiken
dc.typebook
oapen.identifier.doi10.26530/oapen_512255
oapen.relation.isPublishedBy60c33ffb-e09b-4a97-9670-913636ebfa7e
virtual.oapen_relation_isPublishedBy.publisher_nameBöhlau
virtual.oapen_relation_isPublishedBy.publisher_websitehttp://www.boehlau-verlag.com/
oapen.relation.isFundedByAustrian Science Fund
virtual.oapen_relation_isFundedBy.grantor_nameAustrian Science Fund
oapen.relation.isFundedBy26ae1657-c58f-4f1d-a392-585ee75c293e
oapen.collectionAustrian Science Fund (FWF)
oapen.pages422
oapen.grant.numberPUB 160
dc.relationisFundedBy26ae1657-c58f-4f1d-a392-585ee75c293e
dc.abstractotherlanguageMit berühmten Repertoire-Handschriften wie dem Mensuralcodex St. Emmeram oder den Trienter Codices und der Entstehung einer musikalischen Elite um Sängerkomponisten wie Dufay und Binchois gehören die Jahrzehnte um 1430 zu einer Schlüsselphase der abendländischen Musikgeschichte. Der Band vereint 13 Fallstudien zur polyphonen Kunstmusik sowie zum einstimmigen Lied, wobei ein besonderer Fokus auf den Verhältnissen in Wien liegt. Erstmals wird so die Gleichzeitigkeit ungleichzeitiger Phänomene für Zentraleuropa beleuchtet – auch hinsichtlich der Wechselwirkungen mit England, Böhmen, Oberitalien und dem franko-flämischen Raum.


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