Abraham Lincoln: Expanding & Preserving the Union (Primary by Christi E. Parker

By Christi E. Parker

Abraham Lincoln used to be president in the course of some of the most specified occasions in background. With a rustic close to struggle, his final objective used to be to maintain the Union jointly. while Lincoln freed the slaves, he angered many Southerners, together with his murderer, John Wilkes sales space.

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For Artusi's discussion see the Seconda parte dell'Artusi, pp. 6-n. 66. For an example of Galileo's ridiculing of this specious logic see Shea, Galileo's Intellectual Revolution, pp. 115-16, 119. 67 And, though Artusi disingenuously claimed elsewhere that he respected a practicing artist without theoretical knowledge more than a theorist without practical knowledge,68 his scorn for those rude musical artefici who knew little of theory was apparent: There is no doubt that the discussion of difficult and very speculative things does not pertain to the practitioner; it is, rather, the office of the Theorist, since the simple practitioner cannot penetrate deep enough to understand such particulars.

But Monteverdi's polyphonic music was different. Here the words were not intelligible, and it was the sounds (I'armonia) alone, if anything, that moved the listener. So the words must serve the sounds, not vice versa—as in Monteverdi's First Practice, for Artusi still the only legitimate modern practice. And this practice, Artusi concluded, "was determined, ordered, and regulated by the most wise Zarlino, and is the same practice [Marc'Antonio] Ingegneri taught to Monteverdi . " Now, suddenly, Artusi became the spokesman for cultural and artistic diversity.

106). " But Monteverdi's polyphonic music was different. Here the words were not intelligible, and it was the sounds (I'armonia) alone, if anything, that moved the listener. So the words must serve the sounds, not vice versa—as in Monteverdi's First Practice, for Artusi still the only legitimate modern practice. And this practice, Artusi concluded, "was determined, ordered, and regulated by the most wise Zarlino, and is the same practice [Marc'Antonio] Ingegneri taught to Monteverdi . " Now, suddenly, Artusi became the spokesman for cultural and artistic diversity.

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