The Cambridge history of eighteenth-century music / edited by Simon P. Keefe.

Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2009.
xvii, 798 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.


Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Prelude. The musical map of Europe c. 1700 / Stephen Rose
  • Part I. Music for the church. Catholic church music in Italy, and the Spanish and Portuguese Empires / Paul R. Laird ; Catholic sacred music in Austria / Jen-Yen Chen ; Catholic church music in France / Jean-Paul C. Montagnier ; Lutheran church music / Stephen Rose ; Protestant church music in England and America / Charles E. Brewer
  • Interlude. Listening, thinking and writing / David Schroeder
  • Part II. Music for the theatre. Italian opera in the eighteenth century / Margaret R. Butler ; Opera in Paris from Campra to Rameau / Lois Rosow ; An instinct for parody and a spirit for revolution : Parisian opera, 1752-1800 / Michael Fend ; German opera from Richard Keiser to Peter Winter / Claudia Maurer Zenck, translated by Anke Caton and Simon P. Keefe ; The lure of aria, procession and spectacle : opera in eighteenth-century London / Michael Burden ; Music theatre in Spain / Rainer Kleinertz ; Opera in Sweden / Greger Andersson
  • Interlude. Performance in the eighteenth century / John Irving
  • Part III. Music for the salon and concert room. Keyboard music from Couperin to early Beethoven / Rohan Stewart-Macdonald ; The serenata in the eighteenth century / Stefanie Tcharos ; Private music in public spheres : chamber cantata and song / Berta Joncus ; Handel and English oratorio / Eva Zöllner ; The overture-suite, concerto grosso and Harmoniemusik in the eighteenth century / Steven Zohn ; Concerto of the individual / Simon McVeigh ; Eighteenth-century symphonies : an unfinished dialogue / Richard Will ; The string quartet / Cliff Eisen
  • Postlude. Across the divide : currents of musical thought in Europe, c. 1790-1810 / Simon P. Keefe
  • Appendix 1. Chronology / David Black
  • Appendix II. Institutions in major European cities / David Black
  • Appendix III. Personalia / David Black.
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