Subjetividad y musicalidadde la Edad Media al Renacimiento

  1. Teo Sanz 1
  1. 1 Departamento de Filología, Universidad de Burgos (España)
Cuadernos del CEMYR

ISSN: 1135-125X

Year of publication: 2017

Issue: 25

Pages: 217-230

Type: Article

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Many of the modern ideas regarding new ways of creating, interpreting or listening to music as developed from the 17th century onwards were conceived in the Middle Ages through a process of musicality and subjectivity which reached its culmination in the Renaissance. This work studies how the music illustrating those ideas acquired a gradual autonomy in the mentioned period. The analysis of this fact is fundamental for the comprehension of musical thought in the Modern Age