2 edition of Two-part 16th century counterpoint found in the catalog.
Two-part 16th century counterpoint
|Statement||Lois Lautner, Charles Kent.|
|LC Classifications||MT55 .L38 1948|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||119 p. :|
|Number of Pages||119|
I would start with working the exercises in Species Counterpoint. There are several very accessible textbooks, based on Fux. After that, if your interest is in tonal counterpoint you could turn directly to Bach (2-part inventions, “English” Suites. Where do I start to study counterpoint from a melodic (ie, melodies interaction) point of view without harmony? In the study of 16th Century counterpoint, there is the notion of what properties normally characterize 'good' melodies. The standard text for this is "Gradus ad Parnassum" or "The Study of Counterpoint" by J. J. Fux.
This book was rife with useful examples of counterpoint and the use of dialogue between teacher and student was a very effective way to study the artform. That being said, it's largely up to the reader to thoroughly dissect the examples (which are written in tenor, alto clefs) in order to know what they are discussing in the dialogue/5. I taught counterpoint to Jazz musicians in college and after 2 years of studies, some of them said it was the most important class they took. I taught basically the approach of the book “counterpoint in composition”, which is NOT about writing in the 16th century style. This approach helps you get actually better in harmony and composition. Craft of Musical Composition,book 1 & 2 - Paul Hindemith. Fundamentals of Musical Composition-Arnold Schoenberg. Techniques of 20th-Century Composition-Leon Dallin. Serial Composition-Reginald Smith Brindle. Counterpoint: Counterpoint-Walter Piston. Direct Approach to Counterpoint(16th cent.)-Soderlund. Essentials of 18th-Century Counterpoint.
Species counterpoint is dealt with in the first part of the book, where Fux defines five species, each of which is concerned with combining two or more voices subject to a well-defined set of rhythmic and harmonic constraints. For two part exercises, the student is required to invent a melody above or below a cantus firmus (CF); the CF is a. The Principles and Practice of Tonal Counterpoint is a comprehensive textbook that combines practical, "how-to" guidance in 18th-century techniques with extensive historical examination of contrapuntal works and : Evan Jones. A Practical Approach to 16th-Century Counterpoint, Revised Edition. Waveland Press, Inc. Robert Gauldin. Year: Language: english You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and.
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SyntaxTextGen not activated This video covers differences between species counterpoint and 18th century chorale style, use of chordal dissonances, and cadential melodic patterns. 18th Century counterpoint Part 1 - Duration: Donald Sloan 2, views. v2 Ch 02 Two-Part 18th Century Counterpoint, Inventions - Duration: .Modal Counterpoint, Renaissance Style introduces the rules for writing and analysing 16th-century music through a ebook variety of carefully graded exercises.
It begins with species counterpoint - the method used to teach voice-leading and the treatment of consonances and dissonances in contrapuntal composition - with exercises modelled on.