To acquire the tools suitable for the recognition and transcription of musical notations from the 10th to the 17th century; to develop semiological knowledge related to musical scriptures.
THE MEDIEVAL SONG
The course program includes the presentation and discussion of the following topics:
a) the Provençal song: morphology, modality, style, comparison between the sources;
b) morphology, modality and style of other medieval chants in the vernacular with metric text;
c) comparison between the language of chant and Provencal song;
d) analysis and transcription of significant examples.
|HENDRIK VAN DER WERF||The extant Troubadour melodies||Rochester, van der Werf||1984|
|ELIZABETH AUBREY||The music of the Troubadours||Indiana University Press||1996||9780253213891|
|JOHN STEVENS - ARDIS BUTTERFIELD - THEODORE KARP||Troubadours, trouvères, in The new Grove dictionary of music and musicians||Grove||2001||vol. 25, pp. 798-817|
For the assessment of the acquired knowledge and skills, the oral exam is divided into three parts:
I) correction and evaluation of the transcripts delivered during the course (for a maximum score of 5/30);
II) discussion and evaluation of the required written text of centonization of a song on a given text (for a maximum score of 10/30);
III) analysis, comparison and oral discussion related to a medieval song (for a maximum score of 15/30).
In particular, will be evaluated the knowledge and skills acquired with respect to the analysis, transcription and critical comparison of the musical lessons of the musical pieces proposed in class.
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