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From: Music and letters, vol. 55, 1974, pp. 444-453.
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John Case (Aristotelian writer) Jump to navigation Jump to search. John The Praise of Musicke; Watson, wrote some verses, now in the Rawlinson manuscripts, to Case on the publication called "A Gratification unto Mr.
John Case for his learned book lately made on the Praizes of Musick." There are three letters from Case in the Harleian MS.
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A gratification vnto Master Iohn Case, for his learned booke, lately made in the praise of musicke. William Byrd. Other title: Gratification unto Master John Case, for his learned booke, lately made in the praise of musicke Gratification unto Master John Case, for his learned booke, lately made in.
However, doubt is cast upon Case’s authorship by a comment in Athenae Oxonienses,by Anthony Wood ina work which lists the achievements of scholars and bishops at Oxford from to In the entry for John Case is found the following: I have on my shelf a book.
Dec 21, · This is dedicated to Sir Walter Raleigh by the printer Barnes, who calls it ‘an orphan of one of Lady Musicke's children.’ A contemporary, Thomas Watson, wrote some verses, now in the Rawlinson MSS., to Case on the publication called ‘A Gratification unto Mr.
John Case for his learned book lately made on the Praizes of Musick.’. Dec 21, · She argues that the most likely author of The Praise of Musicke is the composer John Bull.
Though I consider Kim’s case for Bull credible enough to be mentioned among future discussion of the treatise’s authorship, I find some of the fundamental evidence problematic, or at least not sufficient enough to fully support the claims oazadlaciebie.com: Katie Bank.
1) John Case is the pen name of husband/wife writing team Jim & Carolyn Hougan, authors of thrillers such as The Genesis Code and The First Horseman 2)John Case is a writer of books on business and management. 3) John Case was a 16th century writer of commentaries on the works of Aristotle.
Handlist of publications of, or about, music printed in England before If a work is undated the date is italicised. The handlist does not give every detail about the publications (that information can be found elsewhere) but presents an overview of music publishing in England.
Though more recent approaches to history better appreciate the value of an anonymously authored treatise such as The Praise of Musicke (), fresh critical editions of English sources are sorely overdue.
England's theoretical contributions to musica practica have had some relatively recent attention from Rebecca Herissone and Jesse Ann oazadlaciebie.com: Katie Bank.
Jun 21, · William Byrd and Thomas Watson, A gratification unto Master John Case, for his learned book, lately made in the praise of music (London, ). In fact Byrd and Watson seem to have been confused about the authorship of the anonymous Praise of music, which does not appear to have been the work of John Case, author of the Apologia oazadlaciebie.com by: 1.
Life. Case was born between and at Woodstock, Oxfordshire, and was a chorister at New College and Christ Church, oazadlaciebie.com was elected to a scholarship at St.
John's in He was B.A. inM.A. inand became a fellow of his college. Mar 23, · Home Explore Shakespeare Blogs Did Music Matter in Shakespeare's Time. Delve into one of the most interesting books in our collections - "The Praise of Musicke", attributed to John Case - and see how it sheds light on the importance of music in Shakespeare's plays.
The praise of musicke: wherein besides the antiquitie, dignitie, delectation, & vse thereof in ciuill matters, is also declared the sober and lawfull vse of the same in the congregation and church of God Case, John, [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At 4 libraries.
Case, John (/41. –), philosopher and physician, was born at Woodstock, oazadlaciebie.com may have received his grammar-school education in Woodstock, where there was certainly a school before After spending some time as a chorister at New College and Christ Church, he transferred to St John's College, Oxford, as a scholar in Jun 09, · CASE, JOHN (d.
), English Aristotelian scholar and physician, was born at Woodstock. He was educated at Oxford, and elected to a fellowship at St John's College, which he was obliged to resign in consequence of his Roman Catholic sympathies.
He subsequently opened a philosophical school in Oxford, which was largely attended. Book Reviews No. 30, Fall Review of Johannes Brahms. Concerto for Violin, Op.
A Facsimile of the Holograph oazadlaciebie.comgton: Library of CongressAuthor: Linda Correll Roesner. Over the years, many have tentatively ascribed The Praise of Musicke to the Oxford Aristotelian John Case [d.
But, as we are about to see, this view is far from unanimous. NOTE 1 There are two problems. First, if Case wrote it, why did he not put his name on the title page or.
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INTRODUCTION. It is well known that the Oxford Aristotelian John Case wrote in defense of music against Puritan attack: in his unsigned The Praise if Musicke: Wherein besides the antiquitie, dignitie, delectation and use thereof in civill matters, is also declared the sober and lawfull use of the same in the congregation and Church of God which may be read here, in his Apologia.
All shelf marks havebeen confirmed by the libraries concerned and are correct as of September Book Description: Dr. Schmitt shows that Case was heir to both the traditions of scholastic interpretation of Aristotle and the new humanistic currents, that his Aristotelianism was strongly eclectic, and that he drew heavily upon Renaissance Neoplatonic and other intellectual traditions in compiling well-rounded philosophical manuals adapted to his age.
This volume provides the first printed critical edition of The Praise of Musicke (), keeping the original text intact and accompanied by an analytical commentary. Against the Puritan attacks on liturgical music, The Praise of Musicke, the first apologetic treatise on music in English. philosopher and physician, John Case, in his Praise of Musicke (, p.
44), measured proportions of the rational, irascible, and concupiscible faculties of the soul. On the authority of the Italian architect, Leone Battista Alberti (), who had learned “from the Schoole of.
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