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eBook New Perspectives on Marc-Antoine Charpentier download ISBN: 0754665798
Author: Shirley Thompson
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (April 28, 2010)
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Charpentier's compositions were catalogued by Hugh Wiley Hitchcock in his Les œuvres de Marc-Antoine Charpentier .

Charpentier's compositions were catalogued by Hugh Wiley Hitchcock in his Les œuvres de Marc-Antoine Charpentier: Catalogue Raisonné, (Paris: Picard, 1982); references to works are often accompanied by their H (for Hitchcock) number. The following lists show the entire production in each genre.

The tercentenary of Marc-Antoine Charpentier's death in 2004 stimulated a surge of activity on the part of performers and . The present book provides a snapshot of Charpentier scholarship in the early years of the new century.

The tercentenary of Marc-Antoine Charpentier's death in 2004 stimulated a surge of activity on the part of performers and scholars, confirming the modern assessment of Charpentier (1643-1704) as one of the most important and inventive composers of the French Baroque.

Academic journal article Notes. New Perspectives on Marc-Antoine Charpentier

Academic journal article Notes. New Perspectives on Marc-Antoine Charpentier. Academic journal article Notes. The collection of essays in New Perspec - tives on Marc-Antoine Charpentier is both a final echo of the "Charpentier year" 2004 (the tercentenary of the composer's death), and a new example of the lively interest in the composer and his music. It comes as the third such collection, after Marc-Antoine Charpentier: Un musicien retrouvé, ed. Catherine Cessac (Sprimont, Belgium: Mardaga, 2005) and Les manuscrits autographes de Marc-Antoine Charpentier, ed. Catherine Cessac (Wavre, Belgium: Mardaga, 2007).

The volume includes new chapters on the violin, the violoncello and violone, and the trombone-as well as updated and expanded reference.

In addition, Charpentier's output includes an ensemble sonata with a virtuoso bass viol part, an incomplete piece for unaccompanied solo bass viol and a work for viol ensemble.

The present book provides a snapshot of Charpentier scholarship in the early years of the new century.

Marc-Antoine Charpentier. Patricia M. Ranum, "A Sweet Servitude: A Musician's life at the Court of Mlle de Guise", Early Music, 15 (1987), pp. 346–60; and Patricia M. Ranum, Portraits around Marc-Antoine Charpentier, pp. 190–201.

New Perspectives on Marc-Antoine Charpentier.

Charpentier, Marc-Antoine. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp.

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Charpentier's compositions were catalogued by Hugh Wiley Hitchcock in his Les œuvres de Marc-Antoine Charpentier . The following lists show selected pieces, not his entire production in each genre. Articles with hAudio microformats.

The tercentenary of Marc-Antoine Charpentier's death in 2004 stimulated a surge of activity on the part of performers and scholars, confirming the modern assessment of Charpentier (1643-1704) as one of the most important and inventive composers of the French Baroque. The present book provides a snapshot of Charpentier scholarship in the early years of the new century. Its 13 chapters illustrate not only the sheer variety of strands currently pursued, but also the way in which these strands frequently intertwine and generate the potential for future research. Between them, they examine facets of the composer's compositional language and process, aspects of his performance practice and notation, the contexts within which he worked, and the nature of his legacy. The appendix contains a transcription of the inventory of Charpentier's manuscripts prepared when their sale to the Royal Library was negotiated in 1726 - an invaluable research tool, as numerous chapters in the book demonstrate. The wide variety of topics covered here will appeal both to readers interested in Charpentier's music and to those with a broader interest in the music and culture of the French Baroque, including aspects of patronage, church and theatre. Far from treating his output in isolation, this book places it in the wider context alongside such composers as Lully, Lalande, Marais, François Couperin and Rameau; it also views the composer in relation to his Italian training. In the process, the under-examined question of influence - who influenced Charpentier? whom did he influence? - repeatedly comes to the fore. The book's Foreword was written by H. Wiley Hitchcock shortly before he died. Hitchcock's own part in raising the profile of Charpentier and his music to the level of recognition which it now enjoys cannot be emphasized enough. Appropriately the volume is dedicated to his memory.