Music in Late Medieval Bruges (Oxford Monographs on Music)

by Reinhard Strohm

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Early music (up to c 1000 CE),
  • Medieval Music,
  • Music,
  • Music/Songbooks,
  • Belgium,
  • International,
  • Music / History & Criticism,
  • Reference
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages296
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9381691M
ISBN 100193164183
ISBN 109780193164185

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The Tolhuis dates from the late fifteenth century, but was extensively remodelled in medieval style in the s, as was the Poortersloge (Merchants’ Lodge), whose slender tower pokes up above the rooftops on the west side of the square. Theoretically, any city merchant was entitled to be a member of the Poortersloge, but in fact membership.   Music in Renaissance Lyons. The Rise of European Music: Picturing the Passion in Late Medieval Italy: Narrative Painting, Franciscan Ideologies, and the Levant. The Martial Arts of Renaissance Europe. Painting in Bruges at the Close of the Middle Ages: Studies in Society and Visual Culture. (Reviews). – Bruges becomes part of the Netherlands. – Fish Market, Bruges built on the Steenhouwersdijk. – Bruges becomes part of Belgium. – Journal de Bruges French-language newspaper begins publication. – Brugge railway station opens. – Société d'émulation de Bruges founded.

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Strohm discusses why, where, and when music was performed, not only in the churches but in all public fetes and holidays, in ceremonies of diplomacy and statecraft 5/5.

What makes "Music in Late Medieval Bruges" potentially interesting to non-musicians is Strohm's presentation of the niche music occupied in the society of a prosperous Medieval city. Strohm discusses why, where, and when music was performed, not only in the churches but in all public fetes and holidays, Music in Late Medieval Bruges book ceremonies of diplomacy and statecraft Cited by: Read this book on Questia.

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Bruges was undoubtedly one of the most important cities in medieval Europe. Bringing together specialists from both archaeology and history, this 'total' history presents an integrated view of the city's history from its very beginnings, tracing its astonishing expansion through to its subsequent decline in the sixteenth s: 1.

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Music in the Middle Ages: A Reference Guide By Suzanne Lord Greenwood Press, Read preview Music in Late Medieval Bruges By Reinhard Strohm Clarendon Press, (Revised edition) Read preview. music in late medieval bruges. oxford: clarendon press. Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content.

Please, subscribe or login to access all content. Bruges was undoubtedly one of the most important cities in medieval Europe. Bringing together specialists from both archaeology and history, this 'total' history presents an integrated view of the city's history from its very beginnings, tracing its astonishing expansion through to its subsequent.

Public religious practice lay at the heart of civic society in late medieval Europe. In this illuminating study, Andrew Brown draws on the rich and previously little-researched archives of Bruges, one of medieval Europe's wealthiest and most important towns.

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Belgium. Bruges (/ b r uː ʒ / BROOZH, French: (); Dutch: Brugge (); German: Brügge [ˈbʁʏɡə]) is the capital and largest city of the province of West Flanders in the Flemish Region of Belgium, in the northwest of the country, and the seventh largest city of the country by population.

The area of the whole city amounts to more t hectares ( km 2; sq miles), including 1, Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection. The Cambridge History of Fifteenth-Century Music. Edited by Anna Maria Busse Berger, Jesse Rodin; Online ISBN: Strohm, Reinhard, Music in Late Medieval Bruges, Oxford.

REINHARD STROHM, Music in Late Medieval Bruges. Oxford, Clarendon Press, xii + pp. A senior archivist in Bruges recently told me, with amused self-deprecation, of his initial attempt to dissuade Reinhard Strohm from writing a book about the city's music in the fifteenth century.

Ceremony in late medieval Bruges ’, in Van Leeuwen, J. (ed.), Symbolic Communication in Late Medieval Towns (Leuven, ), 7 – 9 Google Scholar, and Brown, A.

and Small, G., Court and Civic Society in the Burgundian Low Countries c. – (Manchester, ), 21. Votive material often appears as a supplement towards the end of books for Mass and Office or in individual books, such as collections of masses or books of Hours, but it may be interleaved with similar but non-votive material, as in the case of votive Offices.

Strohm: Music in Late Medieval Bruges. Director Martin McDonagh's In Bruges fits into the subgenre of British action/crime movies with comic elements pioneered by Guy Ritchie (e.g., Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Snatch). This time, two hitmen, played by Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson, hide out in the historic Belgian city of the title waiting for their boss, played by.

SIMON BENING (C. )Virgo inter virgines(The Virgin Among Virgins), in a landscape [Bruges, cs–40s]a miniature on vellum, laid down on wood, c×mm including a narrow gold border on all sides, depicting the Virgin Mary seated with the Christ-child on her lap; he holds a white carnation(?) in his left hand and with his right reaches to place a gold ring on the finger of St.

The sale is structured as follows: Music, lots Medieval Manuscripts and Miniatures, lots Continental Manuscripts, lots Continental Books, including science, medicine and Russian books, lots Bidding closes on Tuesday 1 December Pdf ebook: Civic Ceremony and Religion in Medieval Bruges c– Pdf download ebook Civic Ceremony and Religion in Medieval Bruges c– Summary: Public religious practice lay at the heart of civic society in late medieval Europe.

In this illuminating study. Christine de Pizan, a remarkable late medieval French writer, rhetorician, and critic, wrote Book of the City of Ladies ina text about an allegorical city in.

It testifies to the late medieval self-consciousness of cities and burghers. Sincethe Belfort, together with 55 other surviving belfries in Belgium and France, has been recognised as a UNESCO world heritage listed building. The carillon. The carillon in the tower numbers no fewer than 47 bells.

Bruges also has a city carillonneur. Review of Music in Late Medieval Bruges by Reinhard Strohm (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ). Cities, nations and divine service: identifying Spanish merchants in late medieval Bruges - Volume 44 Issue 2 - ANDREW BROWN. The core of house De Corenbloem is late medieval.

In the 18th century it was refurbished for the first time. The guest drawing-room for example is partly Rococ ó and partly Louis XVI.

Around the house obtained its neo-classical character with a spacious empire room and a stately vestibule. Everything has been carefully preserved.

The Beguines / b ə ˈ ɡ iː n z / and the Beghards / b ə ˈ ɡ ɑːr d z / were Christian lay religious orders that were active in Western Europe, particularly in the Low Countries, in the 13th–16th members lived in semi-monastic communities but did not take formal religious vows.

That is, although they promised not to marry "as long as they lived as Beguines," to quote. I bought this book because of the title with Bruges in it.

This is one of the several, beautiful, medieval cities here in Belgium. At the time it was the Duchy of Burgundy. The book is a historical fiction about the german painter Hans Memling, who spent most of his life in Bruges/5(32).

Book of Hours, Use of Salisbury. Book of Hours, Use of Salisbury, Bruges, c. This gorgeous example of a luxury Book of Hours was created in Bruges for the English market. Featuring brilliant colors, generous use of gold leaf, and typical millefleur (thousand-flower) borders, it was scrupulously cared for and used by a succession of owners.

The first image shows a miniature. After the revolt of the city of Bruges against Philip the Good in –38 and the ensuing period of economic turmoil, the city’s aldermen successfully attracted Flemish migrants by lowering the entrance fee (Marc Boone and Peter Stabel, ‘New burghers in the late medieval towns of Flanders and Brabant: conditions of entry, rules, reality.This paper examines the individual religious and charitable endowments of foreign merchants with the parish in the mercantile city Bruges.

Previous research often assumed the foreign merchants relied exclusively on the different friaries in the city for their religious needs.My main areas of research are religion, ceremony and urban society in late medieval Europe.

My main publications are: Books: Civic Ceremony and Religion in Medieval Bruges c (Cambridge University Press, ). Court and Civic Society in the Low Countries c, co-authored with Graeme Small (Manchester University Press, ).