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Renatus Des-Cartes excellent compendium of musick

Renatus Des-Cartes excellent compendium of musick

with necessary and judicious animadversions thereupon

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Published by Printed by Thomas Harper for Humphrey Moseley, and are to bee [sic] sold at his shop ... and by Thomas Heath ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Music -- Acoustics and physics -- Early works to 1800,
  • Music theory -- History -- 17th century

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAnimadversions vpon the musick-compendium of Renat. Des-Cartes, Animadversions upon the musick-compendium of Renat. Des-Cartes
    Statementby a person of honour
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 140:13
    ContributionsBrouncker, William Brouncker, Viscount, 1620 or 21-1684
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[16], 94, [1] p.
    Number of Pages94
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18027769M

    Musicae compendium / Renati Des Cartes Traité de la méchanique ; Abrégé de musique / par Monsieur Descartes Musicae compendium / Renati Des Cartes Excellent compendium of musick with necessary and judicious animadversions there upon: by a person of honour / Renatus . Lord Brouncker's translation: Renatus Des-Cartes Excellent Compendium of Musick with Necessary and Judicious Animadversions There-upon By a person of Honour, I, pp. 55 and 7. 12 'A letter of Dr. John Wallis to Mr. Andrew Fletcher, concerning the Strange Effects reported of Musick in Former Times, beyond what is to be found in Later Ages.

    Brouncker (Renatus Des-Cartes' Excellent Compendium of Musick [London: Harper and Moseley, ]). Brouncker is aware of various manuscript ver-sions of the Compendium, and claims to correct their errors in his translation; the diagrams, he says, are . Saturday 18 April (Saturday). Up, and my which are inserted in the MS. The rough notes were made to serve for a sort of account book, but the amounts paid are often not registered in the fair copy when he came to transcribe his notes into the Diary.] Renatus Des-Cartes excellent compendium of musick: with animadversions thereupon.

    Jacobi Leodiensis Tractatus de consonantiis musicalibus ; Tractatus de intonatione tonorum ; Compendium de musica (Divitiae musicae artis) (Latin Edition) by Jacques and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   The history of the original works and their early translations into English is as follows: Musicae Compendium (written , published ); Renatus Des-Cartes Excellent Compendium of Musick (); Regulae ad Directionem Ingenii (written , published ); Le Monde de Mr Descartes; ou, le traité de la lumière (written , published.


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Descartes, however, wrote several other treatises and one of the scarcest is his Renatus Descartes excellent compendium of musick: with necessary and judicious animadversions thereupon.

This work was written inwhen Descartes was twenty-two and just after he had met Isaac Beeckman, an enthusiastic and well-read scientific amateur who introduced him to some of the new attempts to. Renatus Des-Cartes excellent compendium of musick: with necessary and judicious animadversions thereupon Author: René Descartes ; William Brouncker Brouncker, Viscount.

Get this from a library. Renatus Des-Cartes excellent compendium of musick: with necessary and judicious animadversions thereupon. [René Descartes]. Renatus Des-Cartes excellent compendium of musick: with necessary and judicious animadversions thereupon. By a person of honour.

René Descartes’s Compendium musicæ was one of the most widely-read texts on the mathematics of music in the second half of the seventeenth century, offering a succinct and lucid summary of its subject. It was translated into English, French and Dutch before the end of the century — though its idiosyncratic geometrical approach to music drew criticism as well as praise — and its sophisticated mathematical.

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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages ). Contents. Renatus Des-Cartes Excellent compendium of musick () Isaac Newton's musical notes (). Excellent compendium of musick with necessary and judicious animadversions there upon: by a person of honour ([Reprod.]) / Renatus Descartes.

By René () Descartes. Abstract. Collection: French books ; Topics: Musique -- Philosophie et esthétique -- Ouvrages avant Author: René () Descartes. Descartes, René, Renatus Des-Cartes excellent compendium of musick: (London, Printed by T. Harper, for H. Moseley, ), also by William Brouncker Brouncker (page images at HathiTrust) Descartes, René, Rene Descartes: his life and Meditations ; a new translation of the 'Meditationes' / (London: F.

Norgate, ), ed. by Richard Lowndes (page images at HathiTrust). “Musicae Compendium.” By Rene Des Cartes, Amsterdam, ; rendered into English, London,4to. The translator, whose name did not appear on the title, was William, Viscount Brouncker, Pepys’s colleague, who proved his knowledge of music by the performance.

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Renatus Des-Cartes excellent compendium of musick: with necessary and judicious animadversions thereupon The "Animadversions", p. [59], have special t.-p. A person of honour: Lord Brouncker. Contributor: Descartes, René - Brouncker, William Brouncker Date: Compendium of Music (Compendium Musicae) Hardcover – January 1, by Rene Descartes (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

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COMPENDIUM MUSICAE: IMAGINATION AND MUSICAL PERCEPTION. The Compendium begins with various reflections. “The end [of music] is that it. Descartes' representation in the English translation (Walter Charleton, Trans., William Brouncker, Ed.), Renatus Des-Cartes Excellent Compendium of Musick, By permission of the Bodleian Library, University of Oxford (shelfmark: 4 o R4 Art B5, 3).Author: Benjamin Wardhaugh.

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Pauls Church-Yard, and by Thomas Heath in Coven [sic] Garden, Leitfaden der Musik. Renatus Descartes. Hrsg., ins Dt. übertr. und mit Anm. vers. von Johannes Brockt by Descartes, Renatus und Johannes [Hrsg.] Brockt: and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Published in "Compendium Musicae" ofit is thought to have been a prototype for other musical circles (Illustration 14 above).

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A person of honour. "The Compendium is both a treatise on music and a study in methodology. In it Descartes shows himself to be a link between the musical humanists in the 16th century - he was influenced particularly by Zarlino, whom he cited - and the scientists of the 17th.Music and Mathematics: From Pythagoras to Fractals John Fauvel, Raymond Flood, Robin Wilson From Ancient Greek times, music has been seen as a mathematical art, and the relationship between mathematics and music has fascinated generations.The history of the original works and their early translations into English is as follows: Musicae Compendium (writtenpublished ); Renatus Des-Cartes Excellent Compendium of Musick (); Regulae ad Directionem Ingenii (writtenpublished ); Le Monde de Mr Descartes; ou, le traité de la lumière (writtenpublished.