By Frank A. D'Accone
Based on a long time of analysis within the town's data, D'Accone's The Civic Muse brilliantly illuminates either the sacred and the secular facets of greater than 3 centuries of tune and music-making in Siena. After detailing the historical past of track and liturgy at Siena's recognized cathedral and of civic tune on the Palazzo Pubblico, D'Accone describes the an important position that track performed within the lifestyle of town, from public festivities for international dignitaries to personal musical guide. placing Siena squarely at the Renaissance musical map, D'Accone's huge examine will curiosity either musicologists and historians of the Italian Renaissance.
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