Musica Franca

Author: Frank A. D'Accone
Publisher: Pendragon Press
ISBN: 9780945193920
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Musica Franca: Essays in Honor of Frank A. D'Accone pays tribute to one of the leading scholars of Renaissance music on the occasion of his sixty-?fifth birthday. With an introduction by Lewis Lockwood, the collection of essays is wide-?ranging, a musica franca befitting the interests of the international circles of col'leagues who contributed to this volume. Nino Pirotta opens the section on "Florentine Renaissance," followed by Bonnie J. Blackburn, Anthony M. Cummings, and Francesco Luisi. Music of the Italian Renaissance is the focus of "Archival Studies" and of "Madrigal and Carnival Song," with contributions by Tim Carter, Colleen Reardon, Arnaldo Morelli, James Haar, William F. Prizer, and Dinko Fabris. The essays on "Italian Opera" range from seventeenth ?century Venice (Irene Alm) to eighteenth? century Florence (William C. Holmes), to a comparison of Rossini and Bellini (Paolo Fabbri). Issues of "Performance Practice" in both vocal and instrumental repertoires are examined by Alyson Mdamore, Keith Polk John Walter Hill, and Don Harrán. In "Manuscript Studies," Fabio Carboni Agostino Zino, Jean? Michel Vaccaro, and Richard Charteris analyze primary sources from the fourteenth through the seventeenth centuries. Finally, Daniel Heartz, H. Colin Slim, and Owen Jander explore the relationship between "Music and Image" in sixteenth-century France, seventeenth? century Italy, and Beethoven's Vienna. This impressive collection of essays is a fitting celebration for a noted scholar.

Serenata And Festa Teatrale In 18th Century Europe

Author: Iskrena Yordanova
Publisher: Hollitzer Wissenschaftsverlag
ISBN: 3990125214
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This volume is dedicated to "Serenata and Festa Teatrale in 18th Century Europe", especially to the production of this music-dramatic genre at the courts on the Iberian Peninsula, in Italy, and the Holy Roman Empire where it was an integral part of court ceremonials and a privileged ritual of repraesentatio maiestatis. The 16 studies on patrons and artists, exceptional events and local traditions, reveal highly interesting material for the research on these up to now largely neglected genre. Any approach to these works full of metaphors, symbols and allusions has to take into account the context of the celebration and the resulting multiplicity of aspects: choice of themes, dramaturgical forms, textual and musical structures, vocal and instrumental ensembles, and the various options regarding the stage apparatus. "Serenata and Festa Teatrale in 18th Century Europe", edited by Iskrena Yordanova (Lisbon) and Paologiovanni Maione (Naples), inaugurates the series "Cadernos de Queluz", a subseries of "Specula Spectacula" by Don Juan Archiv Wien.

La Normativa Antiriciclaggio E Antiterrorismo Per I Professionisti

Author: Marco Krogh - Cesare Licini
Publisher: IPSOA
ISBN: 8821733068
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Il tema è di grande attualità, come ben esplicitato nel titolo, non soltanto per i Notai ma per tutti i Professionisti. Poiché le disposizioni in esame hanno origine e sviluppo da un contesto avviatosi sul piano della normativa comunitaria, il volume inizialmente illustra il panorama dell’attuale scenario internazionale e comunitario della lotta al riciclaggio, per poi esaminare accuratamente il versante nazionale delle nuove norme. Le direttive europee svolgono dunque il ruolo di “normazione comunitaria” di vertice che oggi ha trovato recepimento in Italia con il D.Lgs. n. 231 del 21 novembre 2007.


Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 311031228X
Size: 27.58 MB
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Particularly in the humanities and social sciences, festschrifts are a popular forum for discussion. The IJBF provides quick and easy general access to these important resources for scholars and students. The festschrifts are located in state and regional libraries and their bibliographic details are recorded. Since 1983, more than 639,000 articles from more than 29,500 festschrifts, published between 1977 and 2010, have been catalogued.

Carlo Ludovico Ragghianti And The Cinematic Nature Of Vision

Author: Carlo Ludovico Ragghianti
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One of the major historians and theoreticians of Novecento art, Carlo Ludovico Ragghianti (1910-1987) was among the founders of modern art criticism. His studies on film and the performing arts in the Thirties, his pionering concepts of the temporal nature of vision and of unifying a broad congregation of images in the arts sharing a common denominator, ''the arts of vision,'' earned him early recognition as a trailblazer. In the essays presented in this book, contributions by numerous authors in widely diverse disciplines retrace the fundamental stages of Ragghianti ́s work as a theoretician.