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Master Thesis

Les chansons à danser « reduictez en tablature » au XVIe siècle

Abstract : A large part of the Renaissance dances refers to a vocal model which can be a tenor, a timbre or a polyphonic model. They are thus at the crossroads of three practices: singing, instrumental playing and dancing. Through their study, we analyse their relationship to poetic texts, to improvisational techniques and to the oral transmission of music. The questions of their relationship to dance treatises (Orchesography, Negri's treatises, Caroso's treatises...) and to living practice, and finally their social inscription and their symbolic charge are also addressed in this thesis. These dances have been studied through examples taken from the guitar collections of Adrian le Roy, the lute tablatures of Guillaume Morlaye and Albert de Rippe, the cistrum tablatures of Viaera and Vreedeman, and the organ tablatures of Ammerbach and Castell'Arquato... Examples are also taken from the lute manuscripts of 'Lorenzo Allegri' (D-Ngm 33748 II, Germanisches Nationalmuseum Bibliothek), the manuscript of 'Gdańsk' (D-B, Ms. Danzig 4022, Berlin, Staatsbibliothek), and the tablature of, 'Tablature de Philippe Hainhofer' (D-W, Guelf. 18.7 Aug.2°, Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Bibliothek)
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Wanda Kozyra. Les chansons à danser « reduictez en tablature » au XVIe siècle. Musique, musicologie et arts de la scène. 2019. ⟨dumas-03480193⟩

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