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Ioannes Milton Ward (natus Quercupoli Californiae, 6 Iulii 1917; mortuus Cantabrigiae Massachusettae die 12 Decembris 2011) fuit musicologus Americanus.

Musicae studuit in Civico Sancti Francisci Collegio (A.B., 1941), litteris cum Ottone Gombosi in Universitate Vasingtoniae (M.M., 1942), compositioni musicae privatim cum Dario Milhaud, qui eo tempore (1943–1944) in Collegio Mills docebat, ethnomusicologiae cum Georgio Herzog in Universitate Columbiae (1945–1946), atque doctrinae summi ordinis cum Curtio Sachs et Gustavo Reese in Universitate Novi Eboraci (Ph.D., 1953), specimine eruditionis de viola manuali Hispanica adhibito. Instructor interea fuit in Civica Michiganiae Universitate (19471953), professor adiutor et tunc socius in Universitate Illinoesiae (19531955), musicae professor ordinarius (19551961) et musicae professor Gulielmus Powell Mason (19611985) in Universitate Harvardiana, et professor emeritus post 1985. Ipse fuit generalis gregis Pantomime, Ballet and Social Dance seriei Music for London Entertainment (Musica pro delectatione Londiniensi) editor (Londini 1990–2011), et Saltationis Musicaeque Theatri in Bibliotheca Collegii Harvardiani curator honoris causa.

Sua studia peculiaria fuerunt musicorum saeculi sexti decimi instrumentorum, praecipue Angliae et Hispaniae, musicae Elizabethanae in universum, et popularis musicae Anglicae a saeculo sexto decimo ad hodiernum diem. Fructus investigationum in diligentibus divulgavit libellis, qui exemplaria attenti muneris pensique bibliographici omnino habentur, sed gravissima ad musicologiam vis est auctoritas apud nonnullas hominum Harvardianorum doctrinae studiosorum aetates, quas docuit "gravem rationem musicologicam, validam diligentiae observantiam, momentum reputatorum argumentorum recte factorum, et specimen totius fontium bibliographicorum moderationis."[1] Inter suos discipulos fuerunt Howardus Mayer Brown, Ioannes Gualterius Hill, Masakata Kanazawa, Iacobus Wainwright Love, Martinus Miller Marks, Anna Dhu McLucas, Arthurus J. Ness, Curtis Alexander Price Eques, Carolus B. Schmidt, Thomas Vennum, Rolandus Ioannes Wiley, et Craig Wright.

Scripta selecta[recensere | fontem recensere]

Commentarii[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • "The 'Dolfull Domps'." 1951. Journal of the American Musicological Society 4:111–121.
  • "The Editorial Methods of Venegas de Henestrosa." 1952. MD 6:105–113.
  • "The Folia." 1952. IMSCR (Utrecht) 5:415–422.
  • "The Use of Borrowed Material in 16th-Century Instrumental Music." 1952. Journal of the American Musicological Society 5:88–98.
  • "The Vihuela de Mano and its Music (1536–1576)." 1953. Dissertatio, Universitas Novi Eboraci.
  • "Les Sources de la musique pour le clavier en Angleterre." 1955. In La Musique instrumentale de la renaissance, ed. Jean Jacquot, 225–236. Lutetiae: CNRS.
  • "Otto John Gombosi (1902–1955)." 1956. Acta Musocologica 28:57–59.
  • "Music for 'A Handefull of Pleasant Delites.'" 1957. Journal of the American Musicological Society 10:151–180.
  • "Le Problème des hauteurs dans la musique pour luth et vihuela au XVIe siècle." 1958. In Le Luth et sa musique, ed. Jean Jacquot, 171–178. Lutetiae: CNRS.
  • "The Lute Music of MS Royal Appendix 58." 1960. Journal of the Americal Musicological Society 13:117–125.
  • "Parody Technique in 16th-Century Instrumental Music." 1965. In The Commonwealth of Music, in Honor of Curt Sachs, ed. Gustave Reese et Rose Brandel, 208–228. Novi Eboraci.
  • "Joan qd John and Other Fragments at Western Reserve University." 1966. In Aspects of Medieval and Renaissance Music: A Birthday Offering to Gustave Reese, ed. J. LaRue and others (New York, 1966), 832–855.
  • "Apropos The British Broadside Ballad and Its Music." 1967. Journal of the American Musicological Society 20:28–86.
  • "The Lute Books of Trinity College, Dublin." 1967, 1968. Lute Society Journal 9:17–40; 10:15–32.
  • "The Fourth Dublin Lute Book." 1969. Lute Society Journal 11:28–46.
  • "Spanish Musicians in Sixteenth-Century England." 1969. In Essays in Musicology in Honor of Dragan Plamenac, ed. Gustave Reese et R. J. Snow, 353–364. Pittsburgh.
  • "Barley’s Songs without Words." 1970. Lute Society Journal 12:5–22.
  • "Curious Tunes for Strange Histories." 1972. In Words and Music: the Scholar’s View . . . in Honor of A. Tillman Merritt, ed. Laurence Berman, 339–358. Cambridge, Mass.
  • "The Maner of Dauncynge." 1976. Early Music 4:127–142.
  • "The So-Called 'Dowland Lute Book' in the Folger Shakespeare Library." 1976. Journal of the Lute Society of America 9:4–29.
  • "Tessier and the Essex Circle." 1976. Renaissance Quarterly 29:378–384.
  • "A Dowland Miscellany." 1977. Journal of the Lute Society of America 10. Volumen de Ioanne Dowland.
  • "In Memoriam Gustave Reese [1899–1977]." 1978. Renaissance Quarterly 31:48–49.
  • "The Hunt's Up!" 1980. Proceedings of the Royal Musical Association 106:1–26.
  • "Sprightly and Cheerful Musick: Notes on the Cittern, Gittern & Guitar in 16th- and 17th-Century England." 1981. Lute Society Journal 21. Totum volumen.
  • "Changing the Instrument for the Music." 1982. Journal of the Lute Society of America 15:27–39.
  • "The Relationship of Folk and Art Music in 17th-Century Spain." 1983. Studi musicali 12:281–300.
  • "Sprightly and Cheerful Music[:] Notes on the Cittern, Gittern & Guitar in 16th- & 17th-Century England." 1983. Lute Society Journal 21:1–234.
  • "The Morris Tune." 1986. Journal of the American Musicological Society 39:294––331.
  • "Newly Devis'd Measures for Jacobean Masques." 1988. Acta Musicologica 40:111–142.
  • "The Lancashire Hornpipe." 1990. Essays in Musicology: A Tribute to Alvin Johnson, ed. Lewis Lockwood et E. H. Roesner 140–173. Philadelphia.
  • "And Who But Ladie Greensleeues?" 1990. In The Well Enchanting Skill: . . . Essays in Honour of F. W. Sternfeld, ed. J. A. Caldwell, E. D. Olleson, et S. Wollenberg, 181–212. Oxford et New York.
  • "'Excuse Me': A Dance to a Tune of John Dowland's Making." 1991. In Libraries, History, Diplomacy and the Performing Arts: Essays in Honor of Carleton Sprague Smith, ed. I. J. Katz, 379–388. Stuyvesant, Novi Eboraci.
  • "Ophelia's Lute." 1992. In New Perspectives in Music: Essays in Honor of Eileen Southern, ed. J. Wright et S. A. Floyd, 37–48. Warren, MI.
  • "The Buffons Family of Tune Families: Variations on a Theme of Otto Gombosi's." 1994. In Themes and Variations: Writings on Music in Honor of Rulan Chao Pian, ed. Bell Yung and Joseph S. C. Lam, 290–351. Cantabrigiae Massachusettiae: Harvard University Press.

Editiones[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • The Dublin Virginal Manuscript. (1954) 1983. WE 3.
  • Music for Elizabethan Lutes. 1992. 2 vol. Oxoniae.
  • The Lute Works of John Johnson. 1994. Monuments of the Lutenist Art, 3. Columbi Ohii.
  • Cum Arthurus J. Ness. The Koenigsberg Manuscript: A Facsimile of Manuscript 285-MF-LXXIX . . . Central Library of the Lithuanian Academy of Science, Vilnius."" 1989 Columbi Ohii.

Indices[recensere | fontem recensere]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Howard Mayer Brown, "Ward, John M(ilton)." Grove Music Online. Accessum 11 Iunii 2009.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • "The John Milton and Ruth Neils Ward Collections: Unique Holdings in Opera, Ballet, Operetta, Musical Theatre, and Popular Song and Dance." 2008. Letters: Harvard University Library. Fall, pp. 7–9.
  • Shapiro, Anne Dhu, ed. 1985. Music and Context: Essays for John M. Ward. Cantabrigia Massachusettae. Index scriptorum, pp. 477–480.
  • Slonimsky, Nicolas, et Laura Kuhn, eds. 2001. "Ward, John M(ilton)." In Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians. Vol. 6. Novi Eboraci: Schirmer. Ex Gale Virtual Reference Library, accessum apud MIT Libraries, 10 Iuni 2009, Gale - Enter Product Login apud situm go.galegroup.com.
  • "Ward, John M(ilton)." 2009. Grove Music Online, accessum 11 Iunii 2009 (situs venalis).