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Jeppesen engaged in much primary research — locating early manuscript and print copies of old scores and preparing editions with annotations and commentary. Large format paperback, VG. The ‘Palestrina style’ now serves as a basis for the teaching of Renaissance counterpoint. Knud Jeppesen 15 August in Copenhagen — 14 June in Risskov was a Danish musicologistcomposerand writer on the history of music.
The Style of Palestrina and the Dissonance
In White, John David. Some shelfwear and light sunning to spine but minimal damage from handling. Jeppesen’s early efforts at composition were poorly received and he turned away from composition inonly to resume jeppseen a fifteen-year hiatus.
Showing best matches Show all copies. The Polyphonic Vocal Style of the Sixteenth Century has been a standard textbook since its appearance in German and Englishand remains in print today the third and final edition remains untranslated. He is known for well-crafted songs set to Danish texts, church music, and motets. Jeppesen’s name is invariably associated with the study of musical counterpointparticularly in the style of Palestrinaof whom he was the leading scholar of his day. He also wrote cantatas, organ music, and an opera, Rosaura, which was performed by the Royal Danish Theatre on September 20, Following his retirement inJeppesen resided in Italy, enabling him to make several discoveries in Italian libraries culminating in his magnum opus, La frottola —70 jeppessen, a detailed study and bibliography of frottolethe leading genre of Italian popular, secular songs in the late fifteenth and early sixteenth century.
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Completing primary education inhe first worked in Elbing and Liegnitz Eastern Germany as an opera coach and conductor. New Music of the Nordic Countries.
This page was last edited on 3 Decemberat Binding tight and pages clean and bright. Owing to Hammerich’s retirement, there was nobody on the faculty of the university to examine Jeppesen’s work; therefore, he submitted his dissertation to the University of Vienna, where it was reviewed by Guido Adler and Jeppesen was awarded a doctorate in Inhe was appointed to the new post of professor of musicology at Aarhus Universitywhere he founded in an Institute of Musicology which he directed until Retrieved from ” https: He passed the organist exam at the Royal Danish Conservatory of music in Sign up to receive offers and updates: The reprint with corrections is from the Oxford U.
Buy with confidence, excellent customer service! Broad Street Book Centre Published: His published writings mostly regard music by Italian and Danish composers from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Find Rare Books Book Value. Retrieved 31 July Trade paperback in very good condition. Book is in Very good condition thorughout. Stephens church from to and at palestriina Holmen church from to In he finished the first complete thematic catalog of Palestrina’s oeuvre.
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The Style of Palestrina and the Dissonance
He was organist at Copenhagen’s St. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. Bingo Used Books Published: Views Read Edit View history. His doctoral thesis was expanded in and appeared in English in as The Style of Palestrina and the Dissonance — a work which The New Grove cites as being the “most distinguished and influential example of stylistic analysis at this time”.
From to Jeppesen was Nielsen’s closest associate, and Jeppesen wrote several important articles about that composer.