[EBOOK / PDF] (Michael Maier's Atalanta Fugiens: Sources of an Alchemical Book of Emblems)
Ok so I didn t actually read this edition so I can t Speak To The Scores For to the scores for fugues However I found the text and engravings incredibly interesting and there is a wonderful recording of the fugues available for pretty cheap Of course this is no substitute for having the score to
but I love this and I will be purchasing th. Michael Maier was a 17th century alchemist and physician to the court of Emperor Rudolf II in Prague Between 1614 and *His Death In 1622 *death in 1622 published a number of alchemical works of which Atalanta Fugiens was undoubtedly the richest and most important First published in 1617 it is one of the finest alchemical emblem books and uniue in its own rightMichael Maie. ,Study But I Love This
Is particular edition ASAP A succinct and readable book This Is A Perfect Launching Pad For Future Readings Of is a perfect launching for future readings of materials for those who are interested in the Art A obra original de Maier mereceria a m xima nota polo seu rande simboliamo alu mico e filos fico e polo seu uso in dito da m sica como acompanhante dum text. R's work is richly illustrated with original prints by M Merian; each of the 50 emblems presented consists of a motto print epigram and a three part musical setting "Of The Epigram Followed "the epigram followed an exposition of its meaningIn the new publication of this important 17th century work Dr H M E de Jong translates the mottos and epigrams of the original 50 emblems and pr.