4 edition of Institutional patronage in post-Tridentine Rome found in the catalog.
Institutional patronage in post-Tridentine Rome
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Royal Musical Association monographs ;, no. 7|
|LC Classifications||ML290.8.R79 O74 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 117 p. :|
|Number of Pages||117|
|LC Control Number||96154208|
: Rome in the Age of Enlightenment: The Post-Tridentine Syndrome and the Ancien Régime (Cambridge Studies in Early Modern History) (): Gross, Hanns: BooksReviews: 1. The seminal book is Jerome Carcopino's 'Daily Life in Ancient Rome: The People and the City at the Height of the Empire'. Originaly published in , it set the trend for later works of this kind.
The authors present the artistic decoration of the church as an example of Humiliati patronage in the long Italian Renaissance and offer their analyses of specific works made for the Humiliati by prominent artists from Giotto to Botticelli and beyond. Patronage (clientela) was the distinctive relationship in ancient Roman society between the patronus ("patron") and their cliens ("client"). The relationship was hierarchical, but obligations were mutual. The patron was the protector, sponsor, and benefactor of the client; the technical term for this protection was patrocinium. Although typically the client was of inferior social class, a.
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The archconfraternity of SS. TrinitÃ was one of the less well-known institutions for musical patronage in sixteenth-century Rome. Yet in focusing on its activities in the periodthis book sheds light on networks of urban patronage that were equally important in commissioning the sacred music of the period as the Cappella Pontificia and the Cappella Giulia at St Peter's.
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Institutional Patronage in Post-Tridentine Rome: Music at Santissima Trinita dei Pellegrini, By Noel O'Regan.
(Royal Musical Association Monographs, 7.) London: Royal Musical Association, [ix. ISBN $] (Available from Rosemary Dooley, Crag House, Witherslack, Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria, LA11 6RW. Institutional Patronage in Post-Tridentine Rome: Music at Santissima Trinita, London: Royal Music Association, ix + pp.
$, cloth, ISBN Reviewed by Lyn Blanchﬁeld Published on H-Italy (April, ) This slim yet dense volume discusses the mu‐ sical activities of the archconfraternity of Santissi‐. Right Thinking and the Sacred Oratory in Counter-Reformation Rome.
Liturgy, Sanctity and History in Tridentine Italy: Pietro Maria Campi and the Preservation of the Particular. Institutional Patronage in Post-Tridentine Rome: Music at Santissima Trinita dei Pellegrini, This is the only scholarly work in the English language on the city of Rome in the Age of the Enlightenment, and the only book in any language to treat this fascinating city in all its multifarious aspects.
Professor Gross combines extensive archival research with the latest findings of other scholars to produce a uniquely rounded portrait of the papal capital, elegantly illustrated with. Institutional Patronage in Post-Tridentine Rome: Music at Santissima Trinita dei Pellegrini, Guido Reni's "Abduction of Helen": The Politics and Rhetoric of Painting in Seventeenth-Century Europe.
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What most people call the “Latin Mass” seems to have a bewildering number of names and many of them are imprecise for one reason or another. Perhaps surprisingly \\”Latin Mass\\” is the least precise of all. But another label, Tridentine, can be used in a way that is downright troublesome.
Among the many names for The Tridentine Fallacy Read More». Although the archives yield no library holdings, O'Regan has been able to piece together a list of printed collections of basic repertory, based on the indexes in the archives of other confraternities in Rome, that the SS.
Trinita might have owned. Patronage was not just confined to the military and political aspects of the Roman lifestyle. Patronage was linked with public display of status, social ranking, the legal system, and even the arts of Roman Society. Two classes, the upper class, and the lower class were the main classes of the hierarchal status system ancient Rome had.
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