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ars nova

(ˈɑːz ˈnəʊvə)
n
(Classical Music) a style of music of the 14th century, characterized by great freedom and variety of rhythm and melody contrasted with the strictness of the music of the 13th century
[Latin, literally: new art]
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The Second-Time Support grant recipients are Ars Nova (New York City), Congo Square Theatre Company (Chicago), and the NOLA Project (New Orleans).
Asi, su concierto inicia con canciones de Machault precisamente, el sacerdote gran compositor del Ars Nova quien, justamente por sus atrevimientos musicales, fue obligado por el Papa Benedicto XII a renunciar a su abadia lo que, en su momento, fue un pequeno escandalo.
Congratulations to Ars Nova in association with Ma-Yi Theater Company and Woodshed Collective for bringing the show to us, to all the ridiculously attractive and talented artists onstage, and to the team behind the scenes.
Similarly, KPOP the show - an ARS Nova production in collaboration with Ma-Yi Theater Company and Woodshed Collective, which opened on Friday night at A.
After transferring seamlessly from Ars Nova to Kazino, Dave Malloy's innovative musical treatment of a tiny wedge of Tolstoy's "War and Peace" has resurfaced at the Imperial Theater in a Broadway transfer of the original, wondrously well-staged production by director Rachel Chavkin.
Based on War and Peace, directed at the 99-seat Ars Nova by Rachel Chavkin, the show garnered rave reviews, Including one from Sam Pinkleton, who knew Chavkin and Malloy from "the same downtown circles.
The sung-through musical premiered at New York City's Ars Nova in 2012 and is currently playing at the American Repertory Theater at Harvard University.
What Carl does is fair-minded, it's smart, and, as a fan, I don't see enough of that in comedy,'' said Steingart, a co-founder of Ars Nova, a Manhattan nonprofit that nurtures emerging playwrights, comics and musicians.
Broadly speaking, Zayaruznaya's The Monstrous New Art is about text-music relations in the ars nova motet with a focus on the period spanning 1315 to 1370.
Biblioteca nazionale universitaria Ars Nova, 4 [Lucca: Libreria NIL iii Ic Italiana, 1999]).
The breadth of contributions from such varied standpoints is impressive: from chapters which specifically deal on one centre (such as Toledo, Chartres or Cambrai) to more general considerations such as religious orders, writing styles in medieval Italy, and Ars Nova notation.