The Courtly Consort Suite in German-Speaking Europe, 1650-1706 (häftad)
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The Courtly Consort Suite in German-Speaking Europe, 1650-1706

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Dance music at the courts of seventeenth-century Germany is a genre that is still largely unknown. Dr Michael Robertson sets out to redress the balance and study the ensemble dance suites that were played at the German courts between the end of the Thirty Years War and the early years of the eighteenth century. At many German courts during this time, it was fashionable to emulate everything that was French. As part of this process, German musicians visited Paris throughout the second half of the seventeenth century, and brought French courtly music back with them on their return. For the last two decades of the century, this meant the works of Jean-Baptiste Lully, and his music and its influence spread rapidly through the courts of Europe. Extracts from Lully's dramatic stage works were circulated in both published editions and manuscript. These extracts are considered in some detail, especially in terms of their relationship to the suite. The nobility also played their part in this process: French musicians and German players with specialist knowledge were often hired to coach their German colleagues in the art of playing in the French manner, the franzAsischer Art. The book examines the dissemination of dance music, instrumentation and performance practice, and the differences between the French and Italian styles. It also studies the courtly suites before the advent of Lullism and the differences between the suites of court composers and town musicians. With the possible exception of Georg Muffat's two Florilegium collections of suites, much of the dance music of the German Lullists is largely unknown; court composers such as Cousser, Erlebach, Johann Fischer and Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer all wrote fine collections of ensemble suites, and these are examined in detail. Examples from these suites, some published for the first time, are given throughout the book in order to demonstrate the music's quality and show that its neglect is completely unjustified.
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Following a career as teacher, harpsichordist and organist, Michael Robertson completed his PhD under Peter Holman at the University of Leeds in 2004. His principal musicological interest is in the dance music written for instrumental consorts in seventeenth-century Germany. He is now a research associate at the University of Leeds.


Contents: Foreword; Introduction; Une splendeur et une magnificence incroyable: music and dance at the German courts; Nach der lustigen FrantzAsischen Manier zu spielen: national style and the transmission of dance music; Composees sur le mAme mode ou ton: defining the suite; FrantzAsische branles, courantes, sarabandes, ballettas: manuscript sources of the courtly suite before 1682; Burgermeistern Syndicis: printed editions by court composers before 1682; Ouverturen und Airs: the German Lullists - I; Verscheidenen Ouverturen, Chaconnen, lustigen Suiten: the German Lullists - II; Cette nouvelle harmonie: unifying French and Italian styles; Einer teutschen FA1/4hrung: Vienna, the imperial court; Eine frische FrantzAsische Ouverturen ihnen allen zu prA|feriren: conclusion and case studies; Bibliography; Index.