A History of Western Music

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INDEX
Abduction from the Harem, The. See Ent- führung aus dem Serail, Die
Abel, Carl Friedrich, 498n
Abel, Frederick, 744
Abendmusiken, 335, 337
Abgesang, 63
Academic Festival Overture, Brahms, 561
Académie de Poésie et de Musique, 197
academies (private associations), 253, 375, 424
a cappella singing, 598, 599, 600, 602, 742
accento, 254
accidentals, 258. See also musica ficta
in church modes, 53
and musica ficta, 113-15, 118
Ach, süsse Seel', Hassler, 198
A chantar, de Dia, 62
Ach Schatz, Hassler, 198
Acis and Galatea, Handel, 408, 496
Acuff, Roy, 752
Adagio for Strings, Barber, 780-81
Adam de la Halle, 60, 60
Adam of St. Victor, 49
Adams, John, 779-80
L'Adelaide, Sartorio, 310, 310
Adieu mes amours, Josquin des Prez, 165
adieux, Les, Dussek, 519-20
Admeto, Handel, 407
Ad organum faciendum, 73
Advent, 33n, 35
Advertisements, Cowell, 758
Aeneid, Vergil, 322, 611
Aeolian Harp, The, Cowell, 758
Aeschylus, 3, 10, 701
affections, 252, 257, 340, 399, 428, 431-32
affetti, 298
African-American music, 565, 646, 692, 746, 747-52,762-63
African music. See non-Western musics
Afro-American Symphony, Still, 762, 763
aggregate, 769
Agnus Dei, 36, 46
Agon, Stravinsky, 709
agréments, 303, 351, 354, 355, 366, 385
Agricola, Alexander, 150
Agrippina, Handel, 407
Ah, vous dirais-je maman, variations on, Mozart, 493
Aida, Verdi, 610, 614, 615
Ainsworth, Henry, 229
air, English, 202-4,218, 258
air, French, 318, 385,493
air, Italian, 265, See also arias
air de cour, 197,285
Akhnaten, Glass, 778
Alabama Song, Weill, 696
Albéniz, Isaac, 659
Albert, Heinrich, 285
Alberti, Domenico, 429, 429, 451
Alberti bass, 429,429, 520
Albinoni, Tomaso, 369, 377
Albrechtsberger, Johann Georg, 513
Albright, William, 768
Album für die Jugend, Schumann, 577
Alcaeus, 10
Alceste, Gluck, 446-17
Alcina, Handel, 408, 438
Alcuin, 47
aleatoric music, 677, 687, 734n. See also indeterminacy
d'Alembert, Jean Le Rond, 384, 422
Alessandro nell'Indie, Metastasio, 436, 439
Alexander Nevsky, Prokofiev, 684
Alexander's Feast, Handel, 406, 408, 413, 496
Alfonso el Sabio, King, 64, 65
Algarotti, Francesco, 603
Alkan, Valentin, 572
Allegro barbaro, Bartók, 680
Alleluia, 35,36, 44, 45,47-49, 73, 77, 92
Alleluia Justus ut palma, 73
Alleluia Pascha nostrum, 78, 86
Alleluia Pascha nostrum, Léonin, 78-81
allemande (alman), 216, 302, 303, 352, 354, 365, 394
Allerseelen, Strauss, 639
Allgemeine musikalische Zeitung, 404
all-interval tetrachord, 766
All Set, Babbitt, 775
All the Things You Are, Kern, 753
Alma Redemptoris Mater, 33, 230

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