課程資訊
課程名稱
巴洛克時代的義大利音樂
Music and Culture in Baroque Italy 
開課學期
101-1 
授課對象
學程  歐洲暨歐盟研究學程  
授課教師
陳人彥 
課號
Music3010 
課程識別碼
144E31000 
班次
 
學分
全/半年
半年 
必/選修
選修 
上課時間
星期一7,8(14:20~16:20) 
上課地點
文演講廳 
備註
本課程以英語授課。開課單位:音樂所。學程專業課程: A、B方案。 兼通識A1*。
限學士班學生
總人數上限:80人 
Ceiba 課程網頁
http://ceiba.ntu.edu.tw/1011baroqueitaly 
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課程概述

The creation of opera in Florence around the year 1600, or at the beginning of what has been generally called the Baroque period, is only one among many remarkable musical developments which took place in Italy during the seventeenth and first half of the eighteenth century and whose subsequent impact upon European musical culture was profound and lasting. Other striking developments include the efflorescence of deeply expressive Catholic church music with orchestral accompaniment, the invention of virtuosic instrumental genres such as the concerto and the sonata, and the establishment of the musical language of tonality (the system of twenty-four major and minor keys) by composers associated especially with Bologna and Rome. In addition, these one hundred and fifty years formed a vivid era also from political, religious, and social viewpoints, encompassing such diverse and important phenomena as the Catholic Counter-Reformation, the flourishing of literary and intellectual societies known as the accademie, the rise of princely Absolutism with its associated universalizing worldview and its centering of political-cultural power in the aristocratic courts, and the furtherance of Humanist ideals in the major Italian city-states (Florence, Venice, Milan, Naples). The topic of this course thus offers extremely fertile material for the exploration of rich networks of cultural, aesthetic, intellectual, and spiritual experiences in early modern Europe. 

課程目標
This course aims to foster two main aspects of student learning which, it is hoped, will continue to shape their attitudes towards global diversity of cultures and societies after they have completed their formal education:
1) to cultivate an appreciation of the richness and complexity of the musical traditions of a distinctive historical era and a distinctive geographical and cultural region of the world, as an illustration of the comparable richness and complexity in all eras and regions
2) to promote an awareness of the interrelationships between artistic traditions and other spheres of human experience (spiritual, intellectual, political, etc.), in the hope of stimulating deepened respect for all peoples’ self-expression as their mode of constructing a sense of their place in the world 
課程要求
MIdterm Examination
Final Examation
Weekly Reading Assignment 
預期每週課後學習時數
 
Office Hours
每週二 16:00~18:00 
參考書目
Buelow, George J., ed. The Late Baroque Era: From the 1660s to 1740 (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: 1993).

Bukofzer, Manfred. Music in the Baroque Era: From Monteverdi to Bach (New York: 1947).

Carver, Anthony F. Cori Spezzati (Cambridge: 1988).

Heartz, Daniel. Music in European Capitals: The Galant Style, 1720-1780 (New York: 2003).

Kendrick, Robert. Sounds of Milan, 1585-1650 (Oxford: 2002).

Price, Curtis, ed. The Early Baroque Era: From the Late 16th Century to the 1660s (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: 1993).

Strohm, Reinhard. Dramma per Musica: Italian Opera Seria of the Eighteenth Century (New Haven: 1997).

Tomlinson, Gary. Monteverdi and the End of the Renaissance (Berkeley and Los Angeles: 1987). 
指定閱讀
Week 1 No reading
Week 2 Silke Leopold, “Rome: Sacred and Secular”
Week 3 John Walter Hill, “Florence: Musical Spectacle and Drama,
1570-1650”
Week 4 Ellen Rosand, “Venice, 1580-1680”
Week 5 Robert Kendrick, excerpts from Sounds of Milan, 1585-1650
Week 6 Anne Schnoebelen, “Bologna, 1580-1700”
Week 7 Carolyn Gianturco, “Naples: A City of Entertainment”
Week 8 Daniel Heartz, “Conservatories” and “The Ospedali”
Week 9 No reading
Week 10 Gary Tomlinson, excerpts from Monteverdi and the End of the
Renaissance
Week 11 Manfred Bukofzer, “The Venetian Opera School”
Week 12 Manfred Bukofzer, “Tradition and Progress in Sacred Music” and “The
Oratorio: Carissimi and Stradella”
Week 13 Manfred Bukofzer, “Instrumental Music: the Bologna School” and
“Ensemble Sonata and Solo Sonata”
Week 14 Manfred Bukofzer, “Concerto Grosso and Solo Concerto”
Week 15 Reinhard Strohm, excerpts from Dramma per Musica: Italian Opera
Seria in the Eighteenth Century
Week 16 Daniel Heartz, “Pergolesi”
Week 17 Eleanor Selfridge-Field, “Venice in a Period of Political Decline”
Week 18 No reading 
評量方式
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課程進度
週次
日期
單元主題
第1週
9/10  Introduction 
第2週
9/17  Baroque Music, the Catholic Counter-Reformation, and Rome 
第3週
9/24  Florence, Birthplace of Opera 
第4週
10/01  Venice and the Rise of Public Musical Institutions 
第5週
10/08  Early Baroque Milan and Urban Identity 
第6週
10/15  The Bologna Instrumental School 
第7週
10/22  Naples and the Development of Opera Seria and Opera Buffa 
第8週
10/29  Accademie, Opera Houses, Conservatories, Ospedali 
第9週
11/05  Midterm Examination 
第10週
11/12  Madrigal, Early Baroque Opera: Peri, Monteverdi 
第11週
11/19  Italian Opera of the Mid-Seventeenth Century: Cavalli, Cesti 
第12週
11/26  Italian Sacred Music of the Seventeenth Century: Monteverdi, Carissimi 
第13週
12/03  The Ensemble Sonata and Solo Sonata: Corelli 
第14週
12/10  The Concerto Grosso and Concerto: Corelli, Vivaldi 
第15週
12/17  Opera Seria: Alessandro Scarlatti 
第16週
12/24  Italian Sacred Music of the Late Baroque Era: Caldara, Durante 
第15-2週
12/22 (makeup for 12/31)  Opera Buffa: Pergolesi