McIver, Katherine A: Art & Music in the Early Modern Period (Ashgate Books) Hardback

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Subtitle: Essays in Honor of Franca Trinchieri Camiz

Department: Biographies & Reference Books - Books & Literature (Classical)

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Contents: Introduction. Art and Music in Italy: The music of devotion: image, voice and the imagination in a Madonna of Humility by Domenico di Bartolo, Andrew Ladis; Musical images for devotions: Benedetto Coda’s altarpiece for the Rosary, Katherine Powers; Music, patrons and politics: A re-assessment of Zaganelli’s altarpiece for Rolando Pallavicino and DomItilla Gambara, Katherine A. McIver; Architecture for ‘divine hymns’: the organ of Antonio da Sangallo the Younger for the Church of Santo Spirito in Sassia, Eunice D. Howe; Portrait of a lutenist at the Museo Civico of Como: an inquiry, Mariagrazia Carlone; Portraying Claudio Merulo, 'that great fountain whose value deserved no other prize than heaven itself', Rebecca Edwards; Musical portraits of female musicians at the northern Italian courts in the 1570s, Laurie Stras; Humanism and the arts: parallels between Alberti’s On Painting and Guglielmo Ebreo’s On ... Dancing, Barbara Sparti; Lomazzo’s Trattato … della pittura and Galilei’s Fronimo: picturing music and sounding images in 1584, Leslie Korrick. Art and Music in Northern Europe: Representations of musicians in medieval Christian iconography of Ireland and Scotland as local cultural expression, Ann Buckley; The Stall Of Jubal: A Flemish reflection of Italian humanism, Herbert Turrentine; Variations on the theme of The Planets’ Children, or medieval musical life according to the housebook’s astrological imagery, Zdravko Blazekovic; ‘All things in this world is but the musick of inconstancie’: music, sensuality and the sublime in 17th-century Vanitas Imagery, Linda Phyllis Austern; Musical indulgence and pleasurable sound in 17th-century Dutch art, Roy Sonnema. A Tribute to Franca Trinchieri Camiz: Music performance and healing in renaissance Rome revealed by text and images, Franca Trinchieri Camiz; Biblical music and dance through renaissance eyes, Franca Trinchieri Camiz; Music settings to poems by Michelangelo and Vittoria Colonna, Franca Trinchieri Camiz; Franca Trinchieri Camiz’s publications in art and music; Bibliography; Index.