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Music of the Renaissance (eBook, ePUB)
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Where previous accounts of the Renaissance have not fully acknowledged the role that music played in this decisive period of cultural history, Laurenz Lütteken merges historical music analysis with the analysis of the other arts to provide a richer context for the emergence and evolution of creative cultures across civilizations. This fascinating panorama foregrounds music as a substantial component of the era and considers musical works and practices in a wider cultural-historical context. Among the topics surveyed are music´s relationship to antiquity, the position of music within systems of the arts, the emergence of the concept of the musical work, as well as music´s relationship to the theory and practice of painting, literature, and architecture. What becomes clear is that the Renaissance gave rise to many musical concepts and practices that persist to this day, whether the figure of the composer, musical institutions, and modes of musical writing and memory.

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Patronage in the Renaissance als eBook Download...
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Patronage in the Renaissance:Princeton University Press

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The Chinese Wine Renaissance (eBook, ePUB)
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The rise and rise of Chinese wines, with a foreword by Oz Clarke. The Chinese have been making wines since the days of the Silk Road and they have a rich, yet little known wine culture. While in the past it was largely grain wine that was consumed, China´s grape wine market is worth around $18 billion a year. It produces over one billion litres annually, making it one of the largest wine producers and consumers in the world. This well-researched book presents the past, the present and future of Chinese wines, set against the fascinating backdrop of Chinese culture. In an accessible and comprehensive tone, this guide covers the relationship between Chinese philosophy and wine, the rise of grape wine in modern China, the different varieties of Chinese wines, how to pair them with Chinese food and explores wine etiquette and customs. As wines from China are spreading to our shores and our tables, this book is an essential companion for all wine lovers interested in exploring new flavours while expanding their cultural horizons.

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Renaissance Bodies als eBook Download von
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Renaissance Bodies:The Human Figure in English Culture c. 1540-1660

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Sternbilder des Mittelalters und der Renaissanc...
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Sternbilder des Mittelalters und der Renaissance:1. Auflage

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Renaissance als eBook Download von Walter Pater
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Renaissance:Studies of Art and Poetry Walter Pater

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Rhetorik in Mittelalter und Renaissance:Konzepte - Praxis - Diversität

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Sternbilder des Mittelalters und der Renaissance:

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Fulke Greville and the Culture of the English R...
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Fulke Greville´s reputation has always been overshadowed by that of his more famous friend, Philip Sidney, a legacy due in part to Greville´s complex moulding of his authorial persona as Achates to Sidney´s Aeneas, and in part to the formidable complexity of his poetry and prose. This volume seeks to vindicate Greville´s ´obscurity´ as an intrinsic feature of his poetic thinking, and as a privileged site of interpretation. The seventeen essays shed new light on Greville´s poetry, philosophy, and dramatic work. They investigate his examination of monarchy and sovereignty; grace, salvation, and the nature of evil; the power of poetry and the vagaries of desire, and they offer a reconsideration of his reputation and afterlife in his own century, and beyond. The volume explores the connections between poetic form and philosophy, and argues that Greville´s poetic experiments and meditations on form convey penetrating, and strikingly original contributions to poetics, political thought, and philosophy. Highlighting stylistic features of his poetic style, such as his mastery of the caesura and of the feminine ending; his love of paradox, ambiguity, and double meanings; his complex metaphoricity and dense, challenging syntax, these essays reveal how Greville´s work invites us to revisit and rethink many of the orthodoxies about the culture of post-Reformation England, including the shape of political argument, and the forms and boundaries of religious belief and identity.

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Fulke Greville´s reputation has always been overshadowed by that of his more famous friend, Philip Sidney, a legacy due in part to Greville´s complex moulding of his authorial persona as Achates to Sidney´s Aeneas, and in part to the formidable complexity of his poetry and prose. This volume seeks to vindicate Greville´s ´obscurity´ as an intrinsic feature of his poetic thinking, and as a privileged site of interpretation. The seventeen essays shed new light on Greville´s poetry, philosophy, and dramatic work. They investigate his examination of monarchy and sovereignty; grace, salvation, and the nature of evil; the power of poetry and the vagaries of desire, and they offer a reconsideration of his reputation and afterlife in his own century, and beyond. The volume explores the connections between poetic form and philosophy, and argues that Greville´s poetic experiments and meditations on form convey penetrating, and strikingly original contributions to poetics, political thought, and philosophy. Highlighting stylistic features of his poetic style, such as his mastery of the caesura and of the feminine ending; his love of paradox, ambiguity, and double meanings; his complex metaphoricity and dense, challenging syntax, these essays reveal how Greville´s work invites us to revisit and rethink many of the orthodoxies about the culture of post-Reformation England, including the shape of political argument, and the forms and boundaries of religious belief and identity.

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