James Stewart

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  • Username: jamesstewartcomposer
  • PRX Member
  • Role: Producer/Reporter: Station-Based

Recent Pieces from James Stewart

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012 - Reformation and Counter-Reformation (03:00)
From: Vermont Public Radio

Explore the influence the Reformation and Counter-Reformation had on the world of music including the work of Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina.
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011 - Canon and Imitation (03:00)
From: Vermont Public Radio

Explore the development of imitation, or canon, as a tool of harmony and musical in the works of Josquin Deprez and Johannes Ockeghem.
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010 - Petrucci and the Art of Music Publishing (03:00)
From: Vermont Public Radio

Learn how Ottaviano Petrucci basically invented the art of music publishing.
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009 - Guillame Du Fay (03:00)
From: Vermont Public Radio

Discover the music of the 15th Century French composer Guillame Du Fay and how the lines that defined secular and sacred music began to blur in the late Middle Ages and early ...
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008 - Ars Antiqua vs. Ars Nova (03:00)
From: Vermont Public Radio

Discover the writings of French theorist, poet, philosopher and composer Philippe de Vitry.
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007 - Troubadours - Bernart de Ventadorn (03:00)
From: Vermont Public Radio

Troubadors, or trouveres, were French composers and performers of secular lyrical poetry and song beginning in the late 11th Century.
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006 - Hildegard of Bingen (02:59)
From: Vermont Public Radio

Hildegard of Bingen was a writer, composer, philosopher, mystic, abbess, polymath, and a literal visionary of the 12th Century.
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005 - Leonin and Perotin (02:58)
From: Vermont Public Radio

Learn about anonymity and authorship in the Middle Ages.
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004 - Guido de Arezzo (03:00)
From: Vermont Public Radio

Learn about one of the first music theorists in our Western musical tradition.
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003 - The Birth of Musical Notation (03:00)
From: Vermont Public Radio

Discover how the practice of writing down music began.