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Beating time & measuring music in the early modern era

Roger Mathew Grant

Beating time & measuring music in the early modern era

by Roger Mathew Grant

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tempo (Music),
  • Musical meter and rhythm,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (pages 279-297) and index.

    StatementRoger Mathew Grant
    SeriesOxford studies in music theory, Oxford studies in music theory
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML174 .G73 2014
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 309 pages
    Number of Pages309
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27175403M
    ISBN 100199367280
    ISBN 109780199367283
    LC Control Number2014005414
    OCLC/WorldCa870336401

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      Read Volume 61 Issue 2 of Journal of Music Theory.   Roger Mathew Grant is Associate Professor of Music at Wesleyan University. His first book, Beating Time and Measuring Music in the Early Modern Era, won the Emerging Scholar Award from the Society for Music Theory. His second book, Peculiar Attunements: How Affect Theory Turned Musical, will appear with Fordham University Press this Spring.

    Roger Grant is an expert in eighteenth-century music, the history of music theory, Enlightenment aesthetics, early modern science, and theories of the affects and the passions. His journal articles have appeared in Critical Inquiry, Music Theory Spectrum, Eighteenth-Century Music, and the Journal of Music Theory. His first book, Beating Time and Measuring Music in the Early Modern Era. The UCLA Music Library's Archive of Popular American Music is a research collection covering the history of popular music in the United States from to the present. The collection is one of the largest in the country, numbering almost , pieces of sheet music, anthologies, and arrangements for band and orchestra.


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Beating Time & Measuring Music in the Early Modern Era chronicles the shifting relationships between ideas about time in music and science from the sixteenth through the early nineteenth centuries. Centered on theories of musical meter, the book investigates the interdependence between theories of meter and conceptualizations of time from the age of Zarlino to the.

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Centered on theories of musical meter, the book investigates the interdependence between theories of meter and conceptualizations of time from the. "Beating Time & Measuring Music in the Early Modern Era chronicles the shifting relationships between ideas about time in music and science from the sixteenth through the early nineteenth centuries.

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Centred on theories of musical meter, it investigates. This book chronicles the shifting relationships between theories of meter and conceptualizations of time from the age of Zarlino to the invention of the metronome.

Writers on music have long grappled with the nature of meter, and throughout the history of Western music their formulations have continually evolved, reflecting fundamental reevaluations not only of music but also of. Beating Time and Measuring Music in the Early Modern Era Roger Mathew Grant.

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Centered on theories of musical meter, the book investigates the interdependence betweentheories of meter and conceptualizations of time from the. Beating Time and Measuring Music in the Early Modern Era chronicles the shifting relationships between ideas about time in music and science from the sixteenth through the early nineteenth centuries.

Centered on theories of musical meter, the book investigates the interdependence between theories of meter and conceptualizations of time from the age of Zarlino to the. Ruth I. DeFord is professor emerita of Hunter College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York.

She is author of Tactus, Mensuration, and Rhythm in Renaissance Music () and numerous articles on Renaissance rhythm and the sixteenth-century Italian madrigal and canzonetta. She is working on a new edition of Heinrich Isaac’s Choralis Author: Ruth I. DeFord. Beating Time and Measuring Music in the Early Modern Era (Oxford Studies in Music Theory Series, Oxford University Press, ).

“Peculiar Attunements: Comic Opera and Enlightenment Mimesis.” In Critical Inquiry 43/2, “Comedy” ed. Lauren Berlant and Sianne Ngai (): – [1] In this addition to the Oxford Studies in Music Theory series, Roger Mathew Grant presents a history of temporal regulation in European music from the sixteenth to the early nineteenth centuries.

(1) Written and argued with unfailing finesse, Beating Time & Measuring Music pairs sophisticated readings of music-theoretical texts with lucid Author: Rowland Moseley. On November 5, Roger Mathew Grant, a current fellow at the Stanford Humanities Center received an Emerging Scholar Award from the Society of Music Theory for his book, Beating Time and Measuring Music in the Early Modern Era, published by Oxford University Press in The award recognizes an outstanding first book in the field of music theory.

My first book, Beating Time and Measuring Music in the Early Modern Era, won the Emerging Scholar Award from the Society for Music Theory. This year I am visiting Associate Professor in the music department at Yale and last year I was visiting in the music department at Harvard.

You can find my CV here. Grant’s first book, Beating Time and Measuring Music in the Early Modern Era, was published in the Oxford Studies in Music Theory series at Oxford University Press () and won the Emerging Scholar Award from the Society for Music Theory.

My first book, Beating Time and Measuring Music in the Early Modern Era (Oxford), won the Emerging Scholar Award from the Society for Music Theory. Last year I was a Visiting Assistant Professor in the music department at Harvard, and this Spring semester I’m also Visiting Associate Professor in the music department at Yale.

He is also the author of Beating Time & Measuring Music in the Early Modern Era (Oxford University Press, ), which combines music theory, music analysis, and philosophy to trace the history of meter from the 16th century to the 19th century, and for which he received the Emerging Scholar Award from the Society for Music Theory.

Read more →. His research focuses on the relationships between eighteenth-century music theory, Enlightenment aesthetics, and affect theory. He recently won an Emerging Scholar Award from the Society of Music Theory for his book, Beating Time and Measuring Music in the Early Modern Era, published by Oxford University Press in The award recognizes an.

Roger Mathew Grant is Associate Professor of Music at Wesleyan University. His first book, Beating Time and Measuring Music in the Early Modern Era (Oxford, ) won the Emerging Scholar Award from the Society for Music Theory. Beating time and measuring music in the early modern era GRANT Roger Mathew Livre en anglais Livre - Relié sous jaquet Oxford University Press Référence: 1 vol., p.

- LES THÉMATIQUES > Les Epoques > Classique EN STOCK/5(K). Beating Time and Measuring Music in the Early Modern Era by Roger Mathew Grant. Journal of Music Theory, Vol. 62, Issue. 2, p. CrossRef; the language of time and rhythm is complex, contentious, and highly metaphorical.

Considering that theorists today continue to have difficulty dealing with the metrical and durational organization of Cited by: 6.My journal articles have appeared in Critical Inquiry, Representations, Music Theory Spectrum, Eighteenth-Century Music, and the Journal of Music Theory.

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