in [Iowa City] .
Written in English
|Contributions||Crane, Frederick Baron,|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xl, 173 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||173|
MUSURGIA UNIVERSALIS. The name of a voluminous work, published at Rome in the year , by the Jesuit Father, Athanasius Kircher, and translated into German, by Andreas Hirsch, of Hall, in Suabia, in Athanasius Kircher, Musurgia universalis, Special Collections featured item for November by Tim Eggington, former Rare Books Librarian Kircher, Athanasius, Musurgia universalis sive ars magna consoni et dissoni in X. libros digesta. Romae: Ex typographia Haeredum Francisci. Corbelletti, Author: Tim Eggington. Get this from a library! Athanasius Kircher, Musurgia universalis (Rome ): the section on musical instruments. [Athanasius Kircher; Frederick Baron Crane]. - MUSURGIA UNIVERSALIS (Rome: ) The quater-centenary of the birth of the Jesuit polymath, Father Athanasius KIRCHER (), seemed an appropriate moment to examine one of the most famous volumes of his works in Special Collections - the Musurgia Universalis published in two volumes in Rome in Our copy is outstanding for its finely hand coloured illustrations.
Just yesterday we quoted an Athanasius Kircher's excerpt from his Musurgia Universalis (Rome: ). This seminal works of musicology in two volumes seem to have been hugely influential on the works of () and Beethoven () Written in a transition point between sacred. Just yesterday we quoted an Athanasius Kircher's excerpt from his Musurgia Universalis (Rome: ). This seminal works of musicology in two volumes seem to have been hugely influential on the works of () and Beethoven () Written in Author: Fosco Lucarelli. Athanasius Kircher, Musurgia universalis (Rome, ) Universal Music-Making. This 17th-century treatise on music shows a mechanical, water-driven harpsichord. Water enters on the right side of the diagram, turning a gear mechanism that animates a cylinder roll and keyboard. Musical notation cut into the cylinder roll determines the keys. The Musurgia Universalis, the title of a book from which we took this name, was written in by Athanasius Kircher, a Jesuit scholar, musician, mathematician, inventor, and musicologist, who lived from He is often compared with Leonardo daVinci for .
This week’s selection for the ‘Inspiring Illustrations’ thread speaks for itself and needs very little introduction. We have selected the printing of Athanasius Kircher’s Musurgia Universalis, printed in two volumes and illustrated with over 30 leaves of plates and hundreds of in-text engravings. Kircher was a German Jesuit scholar and a true Renaissance man.. Bird Song. Athanasius Kircher: Musurgia Universalis Rome: University of Glasgow Special Collections. Af-x.9& The book is one of the seminal works of musicology and was hugely influential in the development of Western music – in particular on (). By Anathasius Kircher, full title: Musurgia Universalis, sive Ars magna consoni et dissoni, published From Wikipedia: The book includes plans for constructing water-powered automatic organs, notations of birdsong and diagrams of musical instruments. One illustration shows the differences between the ears of humans and other animals. Kircher and Musica pathetica: A translation from Musurgia universalis. The concept of Musica Pathetica figures significantly in the encyclopedic Musurgia universalis published in by Athanasius Kircher (). Kircher, a German Jesuit who spent much of his life in Rome, was a polymathic scholar, following in the tradition of Author: Peeter Tammearu.