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Author Reuland, Jamie L

Title Music and the Making of Medieval Venice
Published Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2023


Description 1 online resource (302 p.)
Series Music in Context Series
Music in Context Series
Contents Part I. An Audible Empire. Echoes of Empire : The Laudes in Medieval Venetian Crete ; Unsilenced Archives : Icons, Advocates, and the Akathistos Hymn -- Part II. The Fictive City. Singing Effigies : An Annunciation Drama for the Festa delle Marie -- Part III. Relics and the Horizons of Musical Representation. Narrative Fragments : Vespers for the Apparition of Saint Mark's Relics ; History Lessons : Matins for the Apparition of Saint Mark's Relics ; Sound Documents : The Midcentury Chancery Motet -- Epilogue
Summary This path-breaking account of music's role in Venice's Mediterranean empire sheds new light on the city's earliest musical history
Notes Description based upon print version of record
Subject Music -- Italy -- Venice -- 500-1400 -- History and criticism
Church music -- Italy -- Venice -- 500-1400
Church music -- Catholic Church -- 500-1400
Venice (Italy) -- History -- 697-1508
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9781009425001