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Author Weiss, Susan Forscher.
Title "Musical Pedagogy in the German Renaissance."
Work Type Article in Collection
Language English
Publication Date 2002
General Bibliography on
Keywords music pedagogy in Germany, choir schools, pedagogical texts, Martin Luther, school plays, Cantor [Kantor], choirmaster
Citation Weiss, Susan Forscher. "Musical Pedagogy in the German Renaissance." In Cultures of Communication from Reformation to Enlightenment: Constructing Publics in the Early Modern German Lands, edited by James van Horn Melton. Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate, 2002, pp. 198-224. ["...the Germans were interested in teaching practical elements of music...."]
Identity actor|child|adolescent|beginner|advanced|monastic|
Milieu city|village|monastery|
Education education|liberalart|philosophyed|socialskill|chant|rhythm|proportions|modes|counterpoint|composition|lessons|apprenticeship|fairs|repertory|improvisation|ornament|organ|
Materials prints|treatises|notebooks|guides|books|
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Region germany|switzerland|
Illustrations illuminations|notation|
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