By Leopold Mozart
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Of his six Monteverdi did not emulate Gesualdo's radical chord progressions but, in his later works, surpassed him in the freedom of dissonance treatment. Like Gesualdo he approached the new style step by step. While the first four books of madrigals merely hinted at the future, the turn became 10 Examples in ICMI, 14; GMB no. 167; Torch! AM IV; HAM no. 161. Early Baroque in Italy obvious in Cruda Amarilli 35 which achieved notoriety by the (c. 1600), provoked in LArtusi overo delle imperfettioni della moderna musica.
In their artistic application, however, the differences are again more important than the similarities. Only the internal history of the baroque era can offer a satisfactory explanation of the striking developments that unfold in the span between Gabrieli and Handel. The baroque style went through several phases that do not even coincide in different countries. They can be grouped into three major periods: early, middle, and late baroque. Although the periods actually overlap in time, they can roughly be dated as follows: the first from 1580 to 1630, the second from 1630 to 1680, and the last from 1680 to 1730.
In this phase the dramatic and expressive tendencies, always latent in the form, were pushed to affective extremes. These reveal a conception of dissonance no longer consistent with renaissance ideas, as Monteverdi recognized when he spoke of the scconda prattica in music. He and his follower, the theorist Bcrardi, insisted essence of the on new the fact that the new dissonance treatment was the style. Unlike the monodists Monteverdi approached his stylistic crisis through the madrigal. ), led to a diametrically opposed result because he applied it to polyphnot ony, against it, as the Florentines did.