Titel: Crucifixion in Music
Autor/en: Jasmin Melissa Cameron
An Analytical Survey of Settings of the Crucifixus Between 1680 and 1800.
52:B&W 6. 14 x 9. 21in or 234 x 156mm (Royal 8vo) Case Laminate on White w/Gloss Lam.
11. August 2006 - gebunden - 396 Seiten
The Crucifixion in Music studies the musical representation of words and the concepts and contexts to which words refer, examining the way the treatment of a literary text, namely the Crucifixus, coalesces into a recognizable musical tradition that individual composers follow, develop, modify, or ignore.
Part 1 List of Figures and Tables Part 2 Reader's Note Part 3 Editor's Foreword Part 4 Preface Part 5 Acknowledgments Part 6 Part I: The Liturgy and Its Musical Implications Chapter 7 1. The Crucifixus: An Overview Part 8 Part II: Investigative Approaches Chapter 9 2. Music and Rhetoric: Representation of the Text as Conceived by Theorists of the Eighteenth Century Chapter 10 3. Modern Analytical Views Relevant to the Subject and Their Relationship to Rhetoric Part 11 Part III: Analysis Chapter 12 4. A Musical Overview Chapter 13 5. Analytical Results Part 14 Part IV: Case Studies Chapter 15 6. Adaptation of Preexisting Music for a Setting of the Crucifixus: J.S. Bach: Crucifixus from Mass in B Minor BWV 232 Chapter 16 7. Organization of Texture and Text: Caldara: Crucifixus a 16 Voci Chapter 17 8. A Semiotic Analysis: Bertoni: Crucifixus con Organo a 4 Voci Chapter 18 9. A Rhetorical Analysis: Zelenka: Crucifixus from Missa Paschalis ZWV 7 Chapter 19 10. Textual Influence: Vivaldi: Crucifixus from Credo RV 591 Chapter 20 11. Constraints of Style: Lotti: Crucifixus Settings for Six and Ten Voices Chapter 21 12. Orchestral Practice and Crucifixus Conventions: Mozart, Haydn, and Beyond Part 22 Part V: Summary Chapter 23 13. The Crucifixus Tradition: Patterns of Influence and Modes of Transmission Chapter 24 14. General Overview Part 25 Appendixes Chapter 26 A. Crucifixus Settings Chapter 27 B. Rhythmic Variants for Setting the Word "Crucifixus" Chapter 28 C. A Comparison of Bach's Setting of the Crucifixus from the Mass in B Minor BWV 232 and the First Part of the Opening Chorus from Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen BWV 12 Chapter 29 D. A. Caldara (8): Crucifixus a 16 Voci Chapter 30 E. F.G. Bertoni (5): Crucifixus con Organo a 4 Voci Chapter 31 F. A. Vivaldi (95): Crucifixus from Credo RV 591 Chapter 32 G. A. Lotti (59): Crucifixus a 6 Chapter 33 H. A Lotti (60): Crucifixus a 10 Chapter 34 I. W.A. Mozart (84): Crucifixus from Kronungs-Messe KV 317 Chapter 35 J. F.J. Haydn (39): Crucifixus from Missa in Tempore Belli Chapter 36 K. D. Cimarosa (16): Messa a 4 con Stromenti Part 37 Bibliography Part 38 General Index Part 39 Musical Index Part 40 About the Author
Jasmin Melissa Cameron is lecturer in Music at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland. She has published articles on texted music in the late Baroque and Classical periods, and produced the recent edition of Vivaldi's Gloria RV 589 for the New Novello Choral Series.
A fascinating account of Bach's musical interpretation of the crucifixion...This unique study of musical settings of the Crucifixus is believed to be the first of its kind in the world... Deeside Piper ...offers many fresh insights...opens our horizon to see a wider range of issues in perspective... Bach Bibliography Cameron (music, U. of Aberdeen, Scotland) analyzes how the text of the Crucifixus from the Catholic Mass was set to music during the period of 1680 to 1800 and considers the related musical tradition. She considers the text setting in JS Bach's B Minor Mass and those by German and Italian composers before and after him, such as Caldara, Bertoni, Zelenka, Vivaldi, Lotti, Mozart, and Haydn. She takes into account the ideas of theorists past and present, analytical techniques of rhetoric and semiotic theory and whether they are suitable for this type of music, and influences and transmissions of settings. Both general and music indexes are provided. Reference and Research Book News, November 2006