Table of contents for Henry Purcell : the origins and development of his musical style / Martin Adams.


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Acknowledgements
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Preface
Part I. Stylistic Development and Influences: 1. Early years at court and home (developments to c. 1680)
2. Years of experiment (c.1680-c.1685)
3. Consolidation (c. 1685-c.1688)
4. Public recognition (c. 1689-c.1691)
5. '... meaning motion fans fresh our wits with wonder' (c. 1692-1695)
Part II. Analytical and Generic Studies: 6. 'Clog'd with somewhat of an English vein' - early instrumental music
7. 'Bassani's genius to Corelli joyn'd' - instrumental music in the odes, the anthems and on the stage
8. Early mastery - sacred music to c. 1685
9. Brilliance and decline - sacred music after c. 1685
10. 'The energy of English words' - independent songs for one or more voices
11. A new genre - odes to c. 1689
12. Mastery - odes from c. 1689 to 1695
13. Background and beginnings - dramatic music to 1689
14. 'An English-man, equal with the best abroad' - dramatic music from 1690 to 1691
15. 'The pride and darling of the stage' - dramatic music from 1692 to 1695
Notes
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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Purcell, Henry, 1659-1695 Criticism and interpretation