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Index 2001 vol. 2 number 1

EDITORIAL - by Egidio Pozzi
The third issue of Analitica (September 2001) features an article by Marco Mangani dealing with some important aspects of analysis methodology with reference to a specific repertory from the late sixteenth century. Basing his analysis on collections of three-part canzonette written in Mantua between 1585 and 1607, the Author proposes a particular multi-level approach to segmentation. After breaking up the verbal text into textual segments, the polyphonic segments are identified (i.e. the way the composer has distributed the text) and the main cadential mechanisms of each single episode are then determined.
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PROPOSAL FOR A METHOD OF SEGMENTATION FOR THE ANALYSIS OF THE LIGHTER FORMS BETWEEN SIXTEENTH AND SEVENTEENTH CENTURIES - by Marco Mangani
The relationship between a poetic text and its musical setting can be examined from many points of view. One can investigate, for example, the rhetorical-musical procedures intended to illustrate the images within the text, as has often been done in analysing the madrigal. Or one might examine the relation between the respective metric and rhythmic structures, in order to see how far the music follows the scansion of the text, or, conversely, the degree of its ‘barbaric’ approach.
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REVIEWS - by Wilma D'Ambrosio
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ANALISI MUSICALE E TECNOLOGIA - by Francesco Giomi
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DISSERTATIONS ARCHIVIES - by Simonetta Ricciardi
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