Johann Joseph Fux and the Music of the Austro-Italian Baroque
Last updated: 17.12.19
Printed: 1992 Author: Harry White
Publisher: Scolar Press ISBN: 0859678326
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Johann Joseph Fux's reputation as a theorist and the long-term influence of his theoretical and pedagogical work have ensured that his name is widely known in music circles in the West. His pre-eminence as the foremost native-born composer of the Austrian Baroque has resulted in attention being focussed on his work as an exemplum of virtually every genre, sacred or secular of Austro-Italian early 18th century music. The essays in this volume are aimed at developing our understanding of Fux, his music, and his place in musical history.