Collection : Collected Writings of the Orpheus Institute, Leuven University Press
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Ohne Worte
Vocality and Instrumentality in 19th-Century Music
Jean-Pierre Bartoli, Hubert Mossburger, Jeanne Roudet, Douglass Seaton, Edoardo Torbianelli
What can music tell us—without words? Can it depict scenes, narrate stories, elucidate beliefs? And can it be an instrument through which we access the inner lives not only of musicians from the past but of ourselves, today?



Improvising Early Music
Rob C. Wegman, Johannes Menke, Peter Schubert
In this book, three experts give their view on aspects of musical improvisation in the late medieval, renaissance, and early baroque periods.



The Practice of Practising
Alessandro Cervino, Maria Lettberg, Tânia Lisboa, Catherine Laws
The Practice of Practising is primarily concerned with considering practicing as a practice in itself: a collection of processes that determines musical creativity and significance.



Dramma Giocoso
Post-Millennial Encounters with the Mozart/Da Ponte Operas
Sergio Durante, Stefan Rohringer, Julian Rushton, James Webster
The three Mozart/Da Ponte operas offer a inexhaustible wellspring for critical reflection, possessing a complexity and equivocation common to all great humane works.



Partimento and Continuo Playing in Theory and in Practice
Thomas Christensen, Robert Gjerdingen, Rudolf Lutz, Giorgio Sanguinetti
This volume reflects a multidisciplinary approach, with the accent on the interplay between music performance and music theory



New Paths
Aspects of Music Theory and Aesthetics in the Age of Romanticism
In New Paths, five renowned scholars discuss a variety of topics related to Romanticism, focusing especially on the years 1800–1840.



Unfolding Time
Studies in Temporality in Twentieth Century Music
This book addresses the temporal significance of specific topics such as notation, tempo, meter, and rhythm within broader contexts of performance, composition, aesthetics, and philosophy.



Towards Tonality
Aspects of Baroque Music Theory
Thomas Christensen, Penelope Gouk, Gérard Geay, Susan McClary, Markus Jans
Collected Writings of the Orpheus Institute 6 "We have developed a tremendous amount of what might best be referred to as journalistic knowledge concerning the ways that musicians of earlier periods thought about musical structures. Now that we have...



Order and Disorder
Music-Theoretical Strategies in 20th Century Music
Jonathan Dunsby, Joseph N. Straus, Yves Knockaert, Max Paddison, Konrad Boehmer
Order and Disorder is the result of the first International Orpheus Academy for Music Theory, held in 2003. Its theme was 20th century music and theory, especially after the 1950s. Five guest lecturers discussed theoretical, historical and...



Identity and Difference
Essays on Music, Language and Time
Jonathan Cross, Jonathan Harvey, Helmut Lachenmann, Albrecht Wellmer, Richard Klein
This volume is a collection of essays based on lectures given at the Orpheus Institute in Ghent at various occasions over the last four years. Two of our five distinguished authors are British, three are Germans. Two are prominent composers and both...



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