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Claudio Monteverdi
Monteverdi's work, often regarded as revolutionary, marked the change from the Renaissance style of music to that of the Baroque period. He developed two styles of composition – the heritage of Renaissance polyphony and the new...
Composer
... Edwards reviews a recording of contemporary motets by Karl Jenkins, performed by the chamber choir Polyphony, Stephen Layton conducting. ...
... A recording by New York Polyphony, featuring sacred music pirmarily by Franco-Flemish composers ...
... A music reference by Heidi Thum-Gabler (Lugert, 2003) dealing with polyphony and learning stations in the music classroom is reviewed. ...
... A performance/study guide for those interested in Christmas medieval chant and early polyphony, edited by Anonymous 4, is reviewed (earthsongs). ...
... The choir Polyphony is profiled. The group won the 2001 Gramophone Choral Disc Award and is known ...
... A music reference by Heidi Thum-Gabler (Lugert, 2003) dealing with polyphony and learning stations in the music classroom is reviewed. ...
... Examines the role of polyphony in organ composition. Notes that polyphony has always been a ...
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American Record Guide (2012) Vol. 75, No. 4, pp. 256-257
Opinión: Polifonías
Scherzo (2006) Vol. 21, pp. 5
... Early classical polyphony bears different characteristics, including in harmony and motets of the ... vocal music, than later polyphony. The changes are studied. ...
... This book about British secular polyphony from 1380 to 1480 is reviewed. ...
Polyphony I
20th century instrumental piece
... "American Polyphony," which features choral works by Barber, Bernstein, Copland, and Thompson ... performed by Polyphony under conductor Stephen Layton with percussionist Robert Millett, is reviewed. ...
... A recording featuring works by various composers performed by New York Polyphony is reviewed (BIS, SACD). ...
... A recording by the French quartet specializing in Georgian vocal polyphony is reviewed (Buda Musique). ...
... A recording of early chamber music by New York Polyphony is reviewed (BIS). ...