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The eighteenth-century symphony / A. Peter Brown, founding editor ; edited by Mary Sue Morrow and Bathia Churgin.

Other author/creatorBrown, A. Peter, editor.
Other author/creatorMorrow, Mary Sue, 1953- editor.
Other author/creatorChurgin, Bathia, editor.
Format Audio (CD), Tactile Material, Book, Print, Musical Sound Recording, and Electronic
Publication InfoBloomington : Indiana University Press, ©2012.
Descriptionxvii, 897 pages : illustrations, music ; 26 cm + 1 audio disc (digital : 4 3/4 in.).
Subject(s)
Series The symphonic repertoire ; v. 1
Brown, A. Peter. Symphonic repertoire ; v. 1. ^A1424488
Contents Overview. Reclaiming the eighteenth-century symphony / Mary Sue Morrow -- Historiography of the eighteenth-century symphony / Mary Sue Morrow -- Eighteenth-century viewpoints / Mary Sue Morrow -- Patrons and practices / Mary Sue Morrow -- Italy. The symphony in Italy / Batha Churgin -- The Italian opera sinfonia 1720 to 1800 / Marita Petzoldt McClymonds -- Antonio Brioschi / Sarah Mandel-Yehuda -- Giovanni Battista Sammartini / Bathia Churgin -- Luigi Boccherini / Timothy Noonan -- Gaetano Brunetti / René Ramos -- North Germany. The symphony in North Germany / Joanna Cobb Biermann -- Johann Gottlob Harrer / R. Todd Rober -- Johan Agrell / Jeanette Morgenroth -- Johann Samuel Endler / Joanna Cobb Biermann -- Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach / Mary Sue Morrow -- South Germany. The symphony in South Germany / Sterling E. Murray -- Joseph Anton Camerloher and Placidus von Camerloher / Suzanne Forsberg -- Johann Stamitz / Jean K. Wolf -- Christian Cannabich / Jean K. Wolf -- Antonio Rosetti / Sterling E. Murray -- Austrian monarchy. The symphony in the Austrian monarchy / Mary Sue Morrow -- Georg Christoph Wagenseil / Allan Badley -- Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf / Richard Will -- Johann Michael Haydn / Michael Ruhling -- Karl von Ordonez / Peter M. Alexander -- Johann Baptist Wanhal / Paul Robey Bryan -- Ignaz Joseph Pleyel / Allan Badley -- France. The symphony in France / Robert G. Gjerdingen -- Louis-Gabriel Guillemain / Judith L. Schwartz -- Franc̜ois-Joseph Gossec / Judith L. Schwartz -- Britain. The symphony in Britain / Simon McVeigh -- Johann Christian Bach / Adena Portowicz -- The periphery. The symphony on the periphery / Bertil Von Boer -- Johann Helmich Roman / Bertil Von Boer -- Joseph Martin Kraus / Bertil van Boer -- Reflections. Sketch for a history of the eighteenth-century symphonic repertoire / Mary Sue Morrow.
Contents Compact disc contents. Symphony in D major, C-19, for two violins, viola, and basso (ca. 1735-1743) / Jospeh Camerloher -- Symphony in C major, op. 6, no. 6, for two violins and basso (1740) / Louis-Gabriel Guillemain -- Symphony in D major, BeRi 24, for two violins, viola and basso (1746-1747). Movements 1 and 2: Allegro vivace, Larghetto / Johan Helmich Roman -- Sinfonia nelle quale si trova tutto quel che si suona quando si fa la caccia del cervo forzato fatta per la festa di Sant' Uberto nella Real Villa d'Ubertusburg l'anno 1747 li 3 novembre: for two violins, viola, baso, 2 flutes, 2 oboes, and 3 horns / Johann Gottlob Harrer -- Sinfonia to Attilio Regolo: for two violins, viola, basso, 2 oboes, and 2 horns: 1753 / Niccolò Jommelli -- Symphony in G major, G5, for two violins, viola, basso, 2 oboes, and 2 horns (ca. 1755-1765) / Johann Agrell -- Symphony in Bb major, Bb4, for two violins, 2 violas, cello, basso, 2 oboes, and 2 horns (b. 1779). Movements 1, 2, and 4: Andante, Allegro molto, Finale: Adagio molto / Karl von Ordonez -- Symphony no. 27 in Bb major, for two violins, viola, basso, 2 oboes, 2 bassoons, and 2 horns (1787). Movement 4: Allegro vivace / Gaetano Brunetti.
Abstract Central to the repertoire of Western art music since the 18th century, the symphony has come to be regarded as one of the ultimate compositional challenges. In his five-volume series The Symphonic Repertoire, the late editor explores the symphony from its 18th-century beginnings to the end of the 20th century. In Volume 1, The Eighteenth-Century Symphony, 22 of the editor's former students and colleagues collaborate to complete the work that he began on this critical period of development in symphonic history. The work follows the editor's outline, is organized by country, and focuses on major composers. It includes a four-chapter overview and concludes with a reframing of the symphonic narrative. Contributors address issues of historiography, the status of research, and questions of attribution and stylistic traits, and provide background material on the musical context of composition and early performances. The volume features a CD of recordings from the Bloomington Early Music Festival Orchestra, highlighting the largely unavailable repertoire discussed in the book.
Local noteJOYNER MUSIC LIBRARY BOOK ACCOMPANIED BY SOUND RECORDING LOCATED AT CALL NUMBER : Music CD-29676.
General noteCD includes booklet (8 pages) with titles of works and performer credits.
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references (pages 793-853) and indexes.
Performer On accompanying CD: 2007 Bloomington Early Music Festival Orchestra, Stanley Ritchie, conductor.
LCCN 2012563600
ISBN9780253356406
ISBN0253356407
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