Towards a Global Baroque


Resources Page: Chapter summaries, bibliography, and resources (linked websites, video, etc.) on the companion website to Wendy Heller’s Music in the Baroque (2015). “Although Music in the Baroque focuses primarily on Western European music (Italian Peninsula, Great Britain, Holy Roman Empire, Habsburg Empire [Vienna]), the book raises fundamental questions about the relationship of music to society that can be applied to other parts of the world. What is the impact of age, race, social class, nationality, and religion on the production and consumption of music? What is the relationship between music and power? How do different notions about religious faith shape music making? This page provides links to articles, websites, and repertory that can be studied in tandem with Music in the Baroque.”

by: Wendy Heller

  • access Music in the Baroque resources
  • keywords: bibliography, subject area materials, tools for teaching and learning, instructional design, primary sources, global history, notation, multimedia, early music
  • Listing ID: 2026
  • Resource Type: Bibliography
  • Geographic Area: multiple regions
  • Audience: for instructor use
  • Century: 1600-1699 (17thC)

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