4 edition of Studies in the music of Tomás Luis de Victoria found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -313) and index
|Statement||Eugene Casjen Cramer|
|LC Classifications||ML410.V63 C73 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 320 p. :|
|Number of Pages||320|
|LC Control Number||00068984|
The dominating figure of sixteenth century Spanish music, Tomás Luis de Victoria was born in Avila. He was sent to Rome to study, possibly for a time under Palestrina during the latter's years at the Roman Seminary. In he succeeded Palestrina there as choirmaster, a post he also subsequently occupied at the Jesuit Order's German College. Works/Mp3 Biography Links Worklist: Freely downloadable classical music (mp3s) from composer Tomás Luis de Victoria ca. (Avila) - 20 aug (Madrid).
Find tomas luis de victoria tracks, artists, and albums. Find the latest in tomas luis de victoria music at Tomás Luis de Victoria (–) Tomás Luis de Victoria sang as a choirboy at the cathedral in Ávila, a prosperous but small town in central Spain. Here also lived the famed mystic St. Teresa of Ávila, who in established a new group of Carmelite nuns known as the Discalced (or Barefoot) Order.
Victoria, Tomás Luis de () Also known as De Victoria, Tomás Luis () Resources by Tomás Luis de Victoria () Sacred music: God's composer / featuring Harry Christophers & the Sixteen Studies in the music of Tomás Luis de Victoria / Eugene Casjen Cramer Cramer, Eugene. Miguel Roig-Francolí, Ph.D., Distinguished Teaching Professor of Music Theory and Composition, has been recognized internationally for his work as a music theorist, composer, musicologist and research interests include Renaissance instrumental music and history of theory, the music of Tomás Luis de Victoria, twentieth-century music, and music theory pedagogy.
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Get this from a library. Studies in the music of Tomás Luis de Victoria. [Eugene Cramer] -- "Representing nearly thirty years of research by one of the leading scholars in the field, this series of in-depth studies examines selected aspects of the music of the great Spanish composer in the.
The book reveals that the falsobordone or fabord layed a much larger role in Victoria's music than has previously been thought. Cramer also demonstrates that Victoria's parody or imitation technique, especially in respect to his Masses ofextended the parameters that are generally thought to be characteristic of works of this by: 1.
Book Description. Representing nearly thirty years of research by one of the leading scholars in the field, this series of in-depth studies examines selected aspects of the music of the great Spanish composer in the late Renaissance, TomÃ¡s Luis de Victoria.
The book reveals that the falsobordone or fabordÃ³n played a much larger role in Victoria's music than has previously been thought. Cramer also demonstrates that Victoria's parody or imitation technique, especially in respect to his Masses ofextended the parameters that are generally thought to be characteristic of works of this : Hardcover.
Extensively illustrated with over musical examples, these studies will not only interest the serious student or sacred music, but also the performer, both the singer and the conductor alike".
(Book abstract, Studies in the Music of Tomás Luis de Victoria). Tomás Luis de Victoria is widely recognized by scholars and performers alike as one of the major figures in the history of Renaissance music. His motets, such as Ο magnum mysterium and Ο vos omnes, as well as many of his other works, are held in high regard and frequently : EugeneCasjen Cramer.
The book reveals that the falsobordone or fabordÃ³n played a much larger role in Victoria's music than has previously been thought. Cramer also demonstrates that Victoria's parody or imitation technique, especially in respect to his Masses ofextended the parameters that are generally thought to be characteristic of works of this type.
Tomás Luis de Victoria () was the most famous Spanish composer of the Renaissance and one of the most important composers of the Counter-Reformation along with Palestrina and Lassus. Once neglected, his music has undergone a revival in the 20th century.5/5(7).
Tomás Luis de Victoria, (born c. near Avila, Spain—died Aug. 27,Madrid), Spanish composer who ranks with Palestrina and Orlando di Lasso among the greatest composers of the 16th century.
Victoria was sent by King Philip II of Spain in to prepare for holy orders at the German College in he probably studied with Giovanni da Palestrina, whom he eventually. Tomas Luis de Victoria was born in Ávila, Spain. After early music studies in Spain, he moved to Rome where he studied, composed, and worked for the next 20 or so years.
Centro de Estudios "Tomás Luis de Victoria". K likes. Un espacio único para un músico singular, "Tomás Luis de Victoria, abulensis"Followers: K.
Tomás Luis de Victoria (ca - ) A music clear and lovely, This book contains the most scholarly writing about Victoria's life and works that has so far been accomplished and it is suggested that any serious devotee of Victoria's music try to find a copy of this rare book in a college music library.
Studies in the Music of Tomas. Victoria was the greatest spanish polyphonist of all times, and probably one of the best of his time in Europe. He was born in Avila aroundas the seventh child of Francisca Suarez de la Concha and Francisco Luis de Victoria. Tomás Luis de Victoria (c.
) is often referred to as “the most famous Spanish composer in Renaissance Rome” or the like. As that epithet suggests, he has been marginalized for his nationality, not taken as seriously by history as his colleagues of Italian, French, or Low Countries heritage.
About This Quiz & Worksheet. European composer Tomas Luis de Victoria rose to fame during the s. This quiz will test your understanding of Victoria's life and his contributions to classical music. Tanquam ad latronem - Feria VI in Passione Domini - Officium hebdomadae sanctae (Responsorios de Tinieblas) - T.L.
Victoria (C - ) - interpretado por. Reportaje de la BBC con motivo del aniversario de la muerte de T.L. de Victoria.
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Tomás Luis de Victoria (sometimes Italianised as da Vittoria; c. – 27 August ) was the most famous composer in 16th-century Spain, and was one of the most important. Tomas Luis de Victoria is on Facebook.
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New: Score finder (work in progress). Updates to this web are published only in Google+.TOMÁS LUIS DE VICTORIA ( - ) The greatest Spanish composer of the second half of the 16th century, Victoria was born in in Avila, where he had his early musical training as a cathedral chorister.
He studied further in Rome, continuing in the service of the Jesuit Collegio Germanico before joining the newly formed order of Oratorians.Tomás Luis de Victoria, Soundtrack: Death in Brunswick.
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