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by Iain Fenlon

Category: Music
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Author: Iain Fenlon
ISBN: 0198164440
ISBN13: 978-0198164449
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press (February 13, 2003)
Pages: 288
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His publications include: Music and Patronage in Sixteenth-Century Mantua; The Early Sixteenth Century Madrigal (with James Haar); The Song of the Soul: Understanding 'Poppea' (with Peter Miller); Music, Print and Culture in Renaissance Italy; and Music, Ceremony and Identity in Counter-Reformation Venice (forthcoming, Yale University Press).

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Start by marking Music and Culture in Late Renaissance Italy as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This collection of essays is unified by a number of concerns: one is the way in which musical activity of all kinds was instrumentalized by those in power, in Italy, during the Sixteenth Century. This book implicitly argues that Italian culture did not lose its vigor after 1530, but underwent a transformation, as both individuals and institutions reacted to new economic, political, and religious circumstances.

Iain Alexander Fenlon (born 26 October 1949 in Prestbury, Cheshire) is a British musicologist who specializes in music from 1450–1650; particularly Renaissance and early Baroque music from Italy. Fenlon was born to Albert Fenlon and Joan Fenlon (née Rainey).

Iain Fenlon, Reader in Historical Musicology, University of Cambridge. Music and Culture in Late Renaissance Italy.

List of Illustrations List of Plans List of Abbreviations . Magnificence as Civic Image: Music and Ceremonial Space in Early Modern Venice . Strangers in Paradise: Dutchmen in Venice in 1525 . Music and Reform: The Savonarolan Legacy . Music and Civic Piety in Counter-Reformation Milan Appendix: The Tini Broadside Catalogue of c. 1596 . Scipione Gonzaga: A 'Poor' Cardinal in Rome. Iain Fenlon, Reader in Historical Musicology, University of Cambridge.

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Dr Fenlon explores the role music played in the cultural, religious, and political upheavals of late Renaissance Italy, revealing how musical activity of all kinds was instrumentalized by those in power.

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He has contributed articles to several music publications and is the author of the books Music and Culture in Late Renaissance Italy (Oxford University Press, 2000), The Ceremonial City: History, Memory and Myth in Renaissance Venice (Yale University Press, 2007). and Piazza San Marco (Harvard University Press, 2009). His writings often explore the relationship between the evolution and development of music and changes within society.

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Iain Fenlon has now retired from teaching at the Faculty of Music, but until September 2017 . Most of his writings, some of which are gathered together in Music and Culture in Late Renaissance Italy (Oxford, 2000), explore how the history of music is related to the history of society.

Iain Fenlon has now retired from teaching at the Faculty of Music, but until September 2017 was Professor of Historical Musicology. He is a Fellow of King’s College. He is also a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, and a Visiting Professor in Heidelberg, 2016-17. He studied at Reading (BA 1970), Birmingham (MA 1971) and Cambridge (PhD 1977). His most recent book is The Ceremonial City: History, Memory and Myth in Renaissance Venice (Yale, 2007).

This collection of essays is unified by a number of concerns: one is the way in which musical activity of all kinds was instrumentalized by those in power, in Italy, during the Sixteenth Century. A second expressed through the chornological concentration on the second half of the century, is with a period which is still often regarded as one of decline and degeneracy after the achievements of the Quattrocento and the decades before the calamètà d'Italia. This book implicitly argues that Italian culture did not lose its vigor after 1530, but underwent a transformation, as both individuals and institutions reacted to new economic, political, and religious circumstances.
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