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November 15 2012

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WILLIAM BYRD - CONSORT SONGS .wmv - YouTube

Hochgeladen von Unai Urigoiti-Irizabalbarrena am 21.10.2011

Canciones, con acompañamiento de conjunto de violas da gamba, de William Byrd, interpretadas por la soprano inglesa Emma Kirkby y el consort de violas Fretwork.

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January 22 2012

Le Verger n°1 (site Cornucopia): Rabelais | Fabula

Le premier numéro du Verger, la revue du site Cornucopia, vient de paraître. Intégralement consacré à Rabelais et plus particulièrement à Gargantua et au Quart Livre, voici les articles qu'il propose :

 

Sommaire du premier bouquet

* INTRODUCTION, par Claire Sicard (U. Paris-Diderot), Adeline Lionetto-Hesters (U. Paris-Sorbonne), Anne Debrosse (U. Paris-Sorbonne) & Aurélia Tamburini (U. Paris-Sorbonne).

 

Section 1 / Gargantua

* Claude La Charité (UQAR - Université du Québec à Rimouski), "Rabelais lecteur de Politien dans le Gargantua".
* Nathalie Hervé (U. Nantes - U. Besançon), "Insertions et inscriptions : une étude métrique des poémes du Gargantua".
* Nancy Frelick (University of British Columbia - Canada), "Gargantua et les leurres du discours alchimique". (à venir)
* Maria Proshina (U. Tours François-Rabelais), "La contribution des régionalismes à l'effet réaliste dans Gargantua".

 

Section 2 / Le Quart Livre

* André Tournon (U. de Provence), "Dérapages ludiques dans le Quart Livre".
* Aya Kajiro (Société japonaise pour la promotion de la science), "Décrire l'invisible dans l'épisode des paroles gelées du Quart Livre".
* Louise Millon (U. Paris-Sorbonne Nouvelle), "Voyage et bêtes curieuses dans le Quart livre".
* Pascale Mounier (U. Lyon 2), "Le pronom relatif 'qui' et ses emplois dans le Quart Livre".
* Nicolas Correard (U. Nantes), "Les « Histoires vraies » du « Lucien français » : de la poétique de l’incredulité au regard moraliste du Quart Livre".

 

Section 3 / Gargantua et le Quart Livre

* Bérengère Basset (U. Toulouse le Mirail), "Les anecdotes plutarquiennes dans l’oeuvre de Rabelais : quelques propositions de lectures".
* Barbara Bowen (Vanderbilt University - Nashville, Tennessee, Etats-Unis), "Women in Rabelais's 'Chronicles'".
* Julien Verger (U. Bordeaux 3), "Réflexion comparatiste sur l'écriture digressive de Rabelais".

 

Section 4 / Ouverture & prolongements

* Aline Strebler (médecin, U. Paris-Descartes) et Adeline Lionetto-Hesters (U. Paris-Sorbonne), "Rabelais médecin dans le Gargantua". (à venir)
* Ivana Velimirac (poète, traductrice, U. Paris-Sorbonne), "Sur Stanislav Vinaver, traducteur de Rabelais ou quand Gargantua et Pantagruel se mettent à parler serbe". (à venir)

 

Articles issus de communications prononcées lors de la matinée d'étude Gargantua à destination des élèves de Terminale L et de leurs professeurs, le 3 décembre 2011 à l'Université Paris-Diderot :

* Franck Bauer (U. Caen), "Rabelais humoriste ?" (sous réserve - à venir)
* Chantal Liaroutzos (U. Paris-Diderot), "Rabelais et le vulgaire". (à venir)
* Claire Sicard (U. Paris-Diderot), "Picrochole au miroir de Charles Quint". (à venir)
* Alice Vintenon (U. Paris-Ouest Nanterre), "Vrais et faux hiéroglyphes dans Gargantua".

Responsable : Numéro dirigé par Claire Sicard, Adeline Lionetto-Hesters, Anne Debrosse et Aurélia Tamburini

 

 

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November 16 2011

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Renaissance Dance Music by Michael Praetorius (1571-1621) form Terpsichore

youtube playlist (~20 Min)

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Terpsichore - Muse
Wikipedia: https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/wiki/Terpsichore

// ..."delight of dancing" was one of the nine Muses, ruling over dance and the dramatic chorus. She lends her name to the word "terpsichorean" which means "of or relating to dance". She is usually depicted sitting down, holding a lyre, accompanying the dancers' choirs with her music. She is sometimes said to be the mother of the Sirens by Achelous. Her name comes from the Greek words τέρπω ("delight") and χoρός ("dance").

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July 13 2011

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centuriespast:

Pastoral Nymphs and Goddesses / Daphne
Published by Hieronymus Cock
Print made by Cornelis Cort 
After Frans Floris 
Date
1564

British Museum

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July 12 2011

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Dürer and Montagine - on emulatio vs imitatio | twitter and kunstlust.blogspot.com - Renaissance


via Evernote

Montaigne, on borrowing ideas from others: "The bees plunder the flowers here and there, but afterward they make of them honey...all theirs" 

Jennifer Park

cf.




[Emulation or Imitation: The Case of Dürer vs. Raimondi Exhibition Review]

Smith College Museum of Art has a knack for salvaging early modern works from the usual curatorial platitudes to recast objects in entirely unexpected ways. Emulation or Imitation: The Case of Dürer vs. Raimondi plays to interests in contemporary cultural issues of copyright infringement and the unauthorized reproduction of creative material by contextualizing the two artists’ prints within the framework of such debates. The show presents several original prints by Albrecht Dürer and corresponding copies by Marcantonio Raimondi, mostly from the former’s Life of the Virgin series. Though Dürer and Raimondi act as the major players of the show, approximately twenty-five prints from a variety of Renaissance artists are arranged to develop distinct categories of visual citation, including emulation, imitation, and outright copying.

Ironically, the exhibition’s endeavor to demonstrate Dürer’s relevance depends upon decidedly unfashionable art historical methodologies--I’m talking about that body of Morellian arts we call connoisseurship--and it works. Dürer presented a legal case against Raimondi not because the Italian artist was copying his prints, but rather, because he disseminated works bearing Dürer’s distinctive AD signature. Several of Raimondi’s copies are therefore almost identical to their Dürer models, and were intended to pass as such. Connoisseurship is crucial to the premise of the show, allowing the curators to distinguish “original” from “copy”, and to arrange the objects as such for public viewing. Implicitly, Emulation or Imitation advocates the reassessment of a methodology too often dismissed by contemporary academe, while also prompting questions about the problematic dichotomy between “real” and “fake”.

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April 28 2011

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November 17 2010

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November 14 2010

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The essay tradition blossomed in English-speaking countries only after being invented by a sixteenth-century Frenchman, Michel Eyquem de Montaigne. His contemporary, the English writer Francis Bacon, also used the title Essays, but his were well-organized intellectual inquiries. While Bacon was assembling his thoughts neatly, the self-avowedly lazy nobleman and winegrower Montaigne was letting his run riot on the other side of the Channel. In his Essais (“Attempts”), published in 1580 and later expanded into larger editions, he wrote as if he were chatting to his readers: just two friends, whiling away an afternoon in conversation.

Montaigne raised questions rather than giving answers. He wrote about whatever caught his eye: war, psychology, animals, sex, magic, diplomacy, vanity, glory, violence, hermaphroditism, self-doubt. Most of all, he wrote about himself and was amazed at the variety he found within. “I cannot keep my subject still,” he said. “It goes along befuddled and staggering, with a natural drunkenness.” His writing followed the same wayward path.

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May 26 2010

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April 14 2010

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Luys de Narváez - Primer tono por ge sol re ut - Lute - Luth
Originally for vihuela, a piece by the famous composer Lyus de Narváez. Lute made by Stephen Murphy Lute luth liuto vihuela
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March 31 2010

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Jan-Pieterszoon Sweelinck - Fantasia - Lute - Luth
Jan-Pieterszoon Sweelinck was a keyboard composer from the Low Countries, but a few pieces for lute came to us. This is for my friend Ernst ;-) Lute made by Stephen Murphy
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March 30 2010

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Hungarian hajdú dance from the XVI.th century.

A supplement to my compilation of

Hungarian Folk Music

Selection from Sonidus Archives. CE Europe
Playlist from Sonidus with more than 150 entries

Further explications on the wikipedia entry
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March 28 2010

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Cesare Negri - Catena d'Amore - Lute - Luth
From Le Gratie d'Amore, Cesare Negri (1602) Lute made by Stephen Murphy Luth - Liuto
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March 26 2010

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Cesare Negri - So Ben - Lute -Luth
Ballo : "So ben mi chi hà buon tempo" by Cesare Negri, in Le Gratie d'Amore (1602) V2 with zoom H2 Lute - Luth
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March 25 2010

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Cesare Negri - Bianca Fiore - Lute - Luth
Well known song from Cesare Negri's Gratie d'Amore (dance book) 1602. I'm going to record again some songs I made before having the zoom H2, so this time with better sound track I hope ;-) Lute, Liuto, Luth
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March 18 2010

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John Dowland - La Mia Barbara (P95) - Lute - Luth
Back to the lute, with one of my favorite piece by John Dowland. It is a long, and difficult one, so my recording is not perfect, (without editing). I'll try a better take one day... I hope you will like it anyway. The piece is in the Schele lute book, f. 49 to 51. Lute made by Stephen Murphy luth - liuto
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