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The Florentine Camerata Florentine Camerata :
Music theory--History--16th century.
Music, Greek and Roman--Instruction and study--Early works to 1800.
Camerata (Group of music theorists)
Music theory--Early works to 1800.
Illustrative Content
LCC: MT5.5 .F63 1989 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 781 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 88001711
Table Of Contents
The Florentine Camerata
The proem on Plutarch's Musica to Titus Pyrrhinus / by Carlo Valgulio
The letter to Vincenzo Galilei of 8 May 1572 / from Girolamo Mei
The Discourse addressed to Giulio Caccini, called the Roman, on ancient music and good singing / by Giovanni Bardi
The discourse on how tragedy should be performed / by Giovanni Bardi(?)
Three scientific essays. Discourse concerning the various opinions that the three most famous sects of ancient musicians had concerning the matter of sounds and tunings ; A special discourse concerning the diversity of the ratios of the diapason ; A special discourse concerning the unison / by Vincenzo Galiliei
The prescriptions for intermedi / by Giovanni Battista Strozzi the Younger.
Authorized Access Point
Palisca, Claude V. Florentine Camerata