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Musica Poetica. Musical-Rhetori cal Figures in German Baroque Music Dietrich Bartel of Nc-bra the U”I’Cr,’l) of: . Dietrich Bartel. Musica Poetica: Musical-Rhetorical Figures in the German Baroque. Lincoln and London: University of Nebraska Press, xv, pp. Musica poetica: musical-rhetorical figures in German Baroque music / Dietrich Bartel Bartel, Dietrich Bartel then turns to more detailed considerations of the.

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A series of similarly structured elements having the same length. A three-note figure in which one note’s duration equals the sum of the other two. Gunther Martens marked it as to-read Jan 13, Clear, lucid, vivid description. Encomium ; 3 A figure of speech. Gustavo added it Feb 14, Nicholas Cook – – Sterling.

Quintilian, Isidore, Susenbrotus, Sherry, Peacham. Behnam Zarandi rated it really liked it Dec 29, Ending a series of lines, phrases, clauses, or sentences with the same word or words. Greek name for the rhetorical pedagogy known as imitation. Rohit Gupta marked it as to-read Mar 09, Zeugma is sometimes used simply as a synonym for syllepsisthough that term is better understood as a more vartel kind of zeugma: The repetition of the same word or words at the beginning and middle of successive sentences.

Rhetorical repetition that is grammatically superfluous. A series of four notes of short duration, moving either by step or by leap. Speaking in such a way as to imply the contrary of what one says, often for the purpose of derision, mockery, or jest.


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A mock given with an accompanying gesture, such as a scornful countenance. Confirming something by one’s own experience. This article has no associated abstract.

Sometimes, the expression of the impossibility of expression. Richard Pohl marked it as to-read Oct 21, A compositional device in which a principal voice is imitated by subsequent voices. Philosophy of Music in Aesthetics categorize this paper. Renaissance Poetic and Twentieth-Century Critics.

Musica Poetica Musical-Rhetorical Figures in German Baroque Music

A figure of reasoning by which one attributes a cause for a statement or claim made, often as a simple relative clause of explanation. Using opposing or contrary descriptions together, typically in a somewhat paradoxical manner.


Can Classical Music Be Saved? Hardcoverpages. University of Nebraska Press, A kind of summary employed in the peroratio. Musically, the anadiplosis may be a repetition of a mimesis. Bob Cat rated it really liked it Sep 09, Princeton University Press, Zeugma comprises several more specialized terms, all of which employ ellipsis and parallelism among the governed members of the sentence.

Musica Poetica: Musical-Rhetorical Figures in German Baroque Music by Dietrich Bartel

Sign in Create an account. An expression that is deliberately either foul such as crude language or ill-sounding such as from excessive alliteration. Using the name of something or someone before it has obtained that name or after the reason for that name has ceased.

Sign in to use this feature. This entry has no external links. A Handlist of Rhetorical Terms: The addition, taking away or doubling of a negative bqrtel in opposing words. A declaration of impossibility, usually in terms of music exaggerated comparison.

To belittle or to use a degrading epithet, often of a single word. Use of more words than is necessary semantically.

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