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18 Another error: on p. 30 Miller mentions ‘the incorporation of the Epicurean concept of friendship’ in the Neostoic programme. Miller and Fenlon do not cite this essay. 32 See Bianconi, Lorenzo, Seventeenth–Century Music, trans.

18 Another error: on p. However, in Epistulae morales . Seneca distinguished between his idea of friendship and that of Epicurus. 19 See Morford, Mark, Stoics and Neostoics: Rubens and the Circle of Lipsius (Princeton, 1991), 179. 20 See Morford,, 179. 21 See Morford,, 178. 22 ‘Invidiate dalla malignità de gli emoli. Bryant, David (Cambridge, 1987), 101–4. 33 On the latter point see Grant, (n. 6), xiii. Recommend this journal.

Understanding " " Poppea" ", London, Royal Musical Association Monographs, No 5, 1992. Gianturco, C. (1993) I Fenlon & P N Miller, The Song of the Soul: Understanding " " Poppea" ", London, Royal Musical Association Monographs, No 5, 1992. In: Rivista Italiana di Musicologia: Periodico della Societa Italiana di Musicologia, Vol. 28, No. 1, pp. 186-187. View it in the Music Periodicals Database.

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In this book, Iain Fenlon and Peter Miller show how an understanding of contemporary Venetian intellectual currents and preoccupations provides a key to the structure of the opera's libretto, the progress of the action and th. .

In this book, Iain Fenlon and Peter Miller show how an understanding of contemporary Venetian intellectual currents and preoccupations provides a key to the structure of the opera's libretto, the progress of the action and the points of emphasis in both the music and the text. Royal Musical Association Monographs. Its purpose is to provide a medium for specialized investigations of a topic, concept or repertory - studies of a kind that would not normally be feasible for commercial publishers and that would be too long for most periodicals.

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In the twentieth century many monographs and dissertations have appeared seeking to trace a transition .

In the twentieth century many monographs and dissertations have appeared seeking to trace a transition between modality (another French concept of the same vintage) and tonality, and using Monteverdi's madrigals or operas as points of reference in doing so. Of these, that of Carl Dahlhaus (Studies on the Origin of Harmonic Tonality ; translation of Untersuchungen iiber die Entstehung der harmonischen Tonalität ) is arguably the most distinguished.

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