1 edition of Frame drums in the medieval Iberian Peninsula found in the catalog.
Frame drums in the medieval Iberian Peninsula
Molina, Mauricio musician
|Series||De Musica -- 14|
|LC Classifications||ML1035 .M65 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 198 p. :|
|Number of Pages||198|
|LC Control Number||2010677864|
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Frame drums were common percussion instruments in the medieval Iberian Peninsula, used in both sacred and secular music. Mauricio Molina, a historical musicologist, examines several facets of the use of frame drums through an interdisciplinary analysis of both literary sources and live by: 1.
Introduction: of skin stretched on a frame or hoop --Frame drums in medieval Iberian iconographical sources --The reemergence of frame drums in medieval Iberian Christian art --Approaching the iconographical sources --Style and realism --The sources --Terminology of the medieval Iberian frame drums --The generic Tympanum --The double character of the Arabic Duff --The term Pandero.
DeMusica. Iconographic and literary sources reveal the widespread use of two different types of handheld frame drums on the medieval Iberian Peninsula: a round frame drum with parchment stretched only on one side of its shell, and a frame drum of square shape with parchment covering both sides of its body.
The names tympanumin Latin, panderoand adufein Castilian, and bandairand duffin Iberian Arabic. ¡ Nicholas Bessaraboff Prize. ("The American Musical Instrument Society") Iconographic and literary sources reveal the widespread use of two different types of handheld frame drums on the medieval Iberian Peninsula: a round frame drum with parchment stretched only on one side of its shell, and a frame drum of square shape with parchment covering both sides of its Frame drums in the medieval Iberian Peninsula book The frame drum as a symbol of the Pagan "other".
Positive symbolism of the frame drum. The frame drum as a symbol of worship. The frame drum as a symbol of Christ on the cross and the Old Testament's order. Reconstruction of the sound color of medieval Iberian frame drums: a study of their structures and materials. Frame drums were common percussion instruments in the medieval Iberian Peninsula, used in both sacred and secular music.
Mauricio Molina, a historical musicologist, examines several facets of the use of frame drums through an interdisciplinary analysis of both literary sources and live traditions. Inthe American Musical Instrument Society awarded this book with the Nicolas Besseraboff.
Frame Drums in the Medieval Iberian Peninsula, Ph.D. dissertation, Frame Drums in the Medieval Iberian Peninsula (Kassel: Reichenberger, ).
In the Iberian Peninsula, frame drumming was deeply influenced by the Arab culture and today shares patterns and rhythms with modern North African frame drums. Thus the Iberian drum tradition is closer to the frame drum of ancient Palestine than frame drumming of Europe or North America.
The drums shown are handheld frame drums, known as adufes or panderos in Spanish (tympana in Latin, tof in Hebrew, and duff in Arabic). They have a long history in the Iberian peninsula, and are deeply linked with religious ritual and symbolism in local. For some historians, medieval Iberian society was primarily one of peaceful coexistence and cross-cultural fertilization; others have sketched a harsher picture of Muslims and Christians engaged in an ongoing contest for political, religious, and economic advantage culminating in the fall of Muslim Granada and the expulsion of the Jews in the late fifteenth century.5/5(4).
Request PDF | On Jan 1,Josemi Lorenzo Arribas published Reseña de "Frame Drums in the Medieval Iberian Peninsula" de Molina, Mauricio | Find, read and cite all the research you need on. The Iberian double-skinned square frame drum, known as adufe, or pandeiro quadrado (Portuguese) or pandero cuadrado (Spanish), is played almost exclusively by women, and is a legacy from the medieval period.
While Spanish and Portuguese women play various round frame drums (as elsewhere in the Mediterranean), the focus of this article is on the square drum and its role in several aspects of.
/03/23 - DeMusica 14 - Frame Drums in the Medieval Iberian Peninsula. With a wealth of pictures and an extensive bibliography Molina succeeded to put frame drums, and percussion instruments in general, on the map of rigorous musicological research.
[Walkin' T:)M] Mauricio Molina, Frame Drums in the Medieval Iberian Peninsula. Edition Reichenberger,ISBNpp, €39, APA. Molina, M. Frame drums in the medieval Iberian : Reichenberger. MLA. Molina, Mauricio. Frame Drums in the Medieval Iberian Peninsula. War in the Iberian Peninsula, – is a panoramic synthesis of the Iberian Peninsula including the kingdoms of Leon and Castile, Aragon, Portugal, Navarra, al-Andalus and Granada.
It offers an extensive chronology, covering the entire medieval period and extending through to the sixteenth century, allowing for a very broad perspective of Iberian history which displays the fixed and Format: Paperback. From its earliest appearance in the Iberian Peninsula, the square drum has been associated with medieval Iberia's three monotheistic religions: Christianity, Islam, and Judaism.4 Many references to frame drums are linked to ritual or religious occasions, including several sculptures in churches.
The early fourteenth-century Barcelona. Molina is the author of Frame Drums in the Medieval Iberian Peninsula (Reichenberger ), a book that received the Nicholas Besseraboff Prize of the American Musical Instrument Society as the most distinguished book-length work on organology of Title: Director and Faculty of the.
Iberian drums Iberian drums Montagu, Jeremy books and articles, the latter going back to the second issue of Early Music, and while I am wholly in agreement with the author so far as medieval Iberian music is con- cerned, we should remember that the music of that peninsula — with its strong links to North Africa, and its multi-cultural life in its days of racial and.
The notorious connotation of frame drums in the medieval Iberian Peninsula is also clearly shown in secular literature, such as in verses of the fourteenth-century Libro de buen amor, in which a contadera, female professional performer, is described as singing and dancing to the accompaniment of the round frame drum pandero.Frame Drums in the Medieval Iberian Peninsula.
Kassel: Reichenberger, “In tympano Rex Noster tympanizavit: Frame Drums as Messianic Symbols in Medieval Spanish Representations of the Twenty-Four Elders of the Apocalypse.” Music in Art 32 (): “Musical Instruments Unit Metropolitan Museum of Art.”.Iberian drums.
Montagu, Jeremy // Early Music;Aug, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p A review of the book "Frame Drums in the Medieval Iberian Peninsula," by Mauricio Molina is presented.