Table of contents for Inside early music : conversations with performers / Bernard D. Sherman.


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Preface and Acknowledgments


Introduction: An Atmosphere of Controversy





PART ONE: The Middle Ages, Plainchant, and "Otherness"


1. A Different Sense of Time-Marcel P'er`es on plainchant


2. You Can't Sing a Footnote--Susan Hellauer on performing medieval music


3. Vox Feminea--Barbara Thornton on Hildegard von Bingen


4. The Colonizing Ear--Christopher Page on medieval music


Postscript: The Middle Ages, Plainchant, and "Otherness"





PART TWO: The Renaissance, Oxbridge, and Italy


The Modern "English Countenance"


5. There Is No Such Thing as a Norm--Paul Hillier on Renaissance sacred vocal music


6. Other Kinds of Beauty--Peter Phillips on Palestrina and the Tallis Scholars


7. Singing Like a Native--Alan Curtis, Rinaldo Alessandrini, and Anthony Rooley on Monteverdi; Afterword


8. Emotional Logic--Andrew Lawrence-King on instrumental music and improvisation





PART THREE: The Baroque


9. Consistent Inconsistencies--John Butt on Bach


10. "One Should Not Make a Rule"--Gustav Leonhardt on Baroque keyboard music


11. Aladdin's Lamp-- Anner Bylsma on the 'cello (and Vivaldi)


12. Beyond the Beautiful Pearl--Julianne Baird on the Italian and English styles


13. You Can Never Be Right for All Time--Nicholas McGegan on Handel


14. At Home with the Idiom--William Christie on the French Baroque


15. Triple Counterpoint:--Jeffrey Thomas, Philippe Herreweghe, and John Butt on Singing Bach's Sacred Works





PART FOUR: Classic and Romantic


16. Restoring Ingredients--Malcolm Bilson on the Fortepiano


17. Speaking Mozart's Lingo--Robert Levin on Mozart and Improvisation


18. Taking Music off the Pedestal--Roger Norrington on Beethoven


Postscript: "Classical" and "Romantic" Performance Practice in Beethoven


19. Reviving Idiosyncrasies--John Eliot Gardiner on Berlioz and Brahms


20. Reinventing Wheels--Joshua Rifkin on Interpretation and Rhetoric





Epilog





Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Performance practice (Music)
Style, Musical.
Musicians -- Interviews.