Philosophies of Music History

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INDEX
(Subject Matter)
A
Academies, 42-43, 64, 160
Acoustics, 17 n., 263
Alberti bass, 328
Alleluias, 49 n.
American music, misunderstandings concerning, 245, 303-304, 310-311. See also Nationalism; Regional music.
Analogy, 16-17, 18, 91-92, 93, 109, 110, 112, 113, 179, 186, 221, 223- 224, 238-239, 241, 244, 248-255, 269, 271-272, 280-284, 291-292 avoidance of, 320-341
Ancient-Modern controversy, 4, 10, 14, 28, 38-45, 71, 73-76, 192, 222, 245-246, 293
Anthropology, influence of Victorian, 107, 109, 157-159, 231-237, 297
Anti-semitism, 119, 164-165, 167, 278- 279
"Appreciation" of music, 130, 142, 144- 146, 170, 280, 281-284, 289-291, 297-301, 303-304, 315-316
Architecture and music, 141-142, 301
Aria, 49 n., 192-193, 222, 277 n., 323, 329. See also Metrical music.
Ars nova, 37, 39, 40, 230
Art
and revolution, 104-105, 116-117, 276
as communication, 208, 301, 317
of movement, 144-146, 214
of rest (design), 214
rules of, 180, 229, 288, 326
visual, 141-144
See also Correlation of music; Histories of art.
"Art of the Future," 104-105, 271, 273-274
Astronomy and music, 17. See also "Music of the Spheres."
Authority, a conserving principle, 41- 43, 320, 325-326, 327, 336, 337. See also Art, rules of.

B
Ballad opera, 75
Ballet, 101, 146, 247, 296
Baroque
as a term of contempt, 3, 143
organs, 11 n.
research, 3-28, 182, 246
styles in music and art, 3, 20-21, 33, 80, 118, 128, 143-144, 247, 255, 257, 258, 259, 279, 284, 294, 308 n.
Beggars' Opera, 41
Bibliographies of music literature, xxiii
Biography, 67, 84, 89-90, 127, 129, 240
Biological analogies, see Analogy.
Borrowing, 118, 160, 208, 210, 314
in America, 126, 337
in England, 80, 117, 124, 336
in Germany and Italy, 34, 167-168
of methods from other sciences, 205- 208, 209, 227, 244, 261-262
See also Analogy.
Byzantine origins, 109, 148-149, 217, 334 n.

C
Calvinist psalm tunes, 337
Carols, 37, 216
Catholic music, 36, 37, 279, 285, 325, 338. See also Puritanism.
Catholic scholars, 5, 14-22, 29, 31, 34, 48-50, 55-56, 57-58, 177, 179, 321
Causality, 179-180
Chain of Being, 82, 95-96, 177-178, 255, 261
Chinoiserie, 202, 309, 337
Chiroplast, 98
Choir schools, 239, 309
Choral music, 32, 33
A cappella, 57, 299
Chronology
beginnings of, 3, 8, 16, 22
Biblical, 38, 48-50, 52-53, 55-56
in parallel tables, 68-69, 99, 125, 286, 292, 302
with the Comparative Method, 233
See also Stages.
Classical patterns, 221-223, 308, 323- 324, 326, 338
Classical style, 20, 258. See also Baroque, Rococo, Metrical music.
Climate, effects of, 98

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