A History of Western Music

By Donald Jay Grout; Claude V. Palisca | Go to book overview
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GIOTTO (1266-1337) Wedding procession facing 110
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ANONYMOUS (14th Century) Portrait of Francesco Landini facing I I I
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ANONYMOUS (16th Century) A vocal quartet reading from partbooks facing 206
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PONTORMO (1494-1557) Altarpiece of the Capponi Chapel, Santa Felicità, Florence, depicting the entombment of Christ facing 207
V
HANS MIELICH (1516-1573) Orlando di Lasso leading his chamber ensemble facing 238
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MICHELANGELO MERISI DA CARAVAGGIO (1571-1610) The Lute Player facing 239
VII
GAUDENZIO FERRARI (1470-1546) Fresco from Santa Maria delle Grazie,
Saronno, depicting string instruments facing 366
VIII
FRANCESCO GUARDI (1712-1793) Concert at the Casino dei Filarmonici, Venice facing 367
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JEAN-ANTOINE WATTEAU (1684-1721) The Shepherds facing 494
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J. M. W. TURNER (1775-1851) Music Party, East Cowes Castle facing 495
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CLAUDE MONET (1840-1926) Impression: Sunrise facing 654
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MATTHIAS GRÜNEWALD (D. 1528) The Angel Concert from the Isenheim altarpiece facing 655
XIII
PABLO RUIZ Y PICASSO (1881-1973) The Treble Clef facing 718
XIV
VASSILY KANDINSKY (1866-1944) The Blue Rider facing 719
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THOMAS HART BENTON (1889-1938) The Sun-Treader (portrait of Carl Ruggles) facing 782
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FRANK STELLA (B. 1936) Le Neveu de Rameau facing 783

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