Italian solo concerto, 1700-1760 rhetorical strategies and style history by Simon McVeigh

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Subjects:

  • Concerto -- Italy -- 18th century,
  • Ritornello,
  • Music -- Italy -- 18th century -- History and criticism

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Book details

StatementSimon McVeigh and Jehoash Hirshberg.
ContributionsHirshberg, Jehoash.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsML1263 .M28 2005
The Physical Object
Pagination372 p. :
Number of Pages372
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15562795M
ISBN 101843830922
LC Control Number2004004670
OCLC/WorldCa54529971

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Article. Full-text. – Rhetorical Strategies and Style History (woodbridge: Boydell, ) dispels a number of misconceptions about the vast repertory of more than solo concertos by Vivaldi and his Italian contempo-raries.

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During the second half of the eighteenth century, the pace of London's concert life quickened dramatically, reflecting both the prosperity and the commercial vitality of the capital. The most significant development was the establishment of the public concert within the social and cultural life of fashionable society.

The subscription concerts that premiered symphonies by J. Bach. Italian Solo Concerto His current research is focussed on London concert life from to a major article on the early years of the London Symphony Orchestra appeared in JRMA inand he is now concentrating on recital culture during this period.

He is also a contributor to the collaborative project InConcert. In a book entitled Foundations of a Planned Economy, in two volumes (three parts) was published in England.

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; [edited by] Isidor Philipp Bach, Johann Sebastian, [ Printed music: ].As Talbot famously and aptly put it, Vivaldi was a “deviant Vivaldian,” a statement confirmed by McVeigh and Hirshberg's exhaustive recent study of the Italian solo concerto repertory.

81 Even within the relatively restricted element of the ritornello Vivaldi explored a wide range of melodic, textural, and harmonic possibilities.

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