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Hucher, Antonio


(fl mid-16th century). Music printer. See under Buglhat, Johannes de.

Huchet


(Fr.).

A hunting Horn.


Huchons, Richard.


See Hygons, Richard.

Huchyn [Howchyn], Nicholas


(b c1465; d 1513–19). English church musician and composer. During 1476–7 he was a chorister of Holy Trinity College, Arundel; he appears from 1485 to 1504 as one of the lay clerks of the choir there, and during 1490–91 as Instructor of the Choristers. Settings of Salve regina and Ascendit Christus, both for full choir of five voices, were included in the Eton Choirbook (GB-WRec 178; ed. in MB, xi-xii, 2/1973); the survival of the latter work is only fragmentary. The cantus firmus of Salve regina is appropriately Marian, being Ne timeas Maria, an antiphon at Lauds on the feast of the Annunciation; unusually, the verses are commonly for two voices rather than for three, suggestive possibly of somewhat strained resources at Arundel.

BIBLIOGRAPHY


R. Bowers and others: ‘New Sources of English Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century Polyphony’, EMH, iv (1984), 299–349, esp. 303

M. Williamson: ‘The Early Tudor Court, the Provinces and the Eton Choirbook’, EMc, xxv (1997), 229–43, esp. 232, 241

ROGER BOWERS


Hucke, Helmut


(b Kassel, 12 March 1927). German musicologist. He studied school music at the Staatliche Musikhochschule (1947–8) and musicology with Gurlitt and Zenck at Freiburg University (1948–52); at the same time he worked as a research assistant at the Deutsches Volksliedarchiv with Wiora and attended Handschin's lectures in Basle. He took the doctorate in Freiburg in 1952 with a dissertation on the antiphon. After holding a scholarship in Rome and Naples from the Görres-Gesellschaft (1953–6), he became assistant lecturer at the musicology institute of Frankfurt University (1957–61, 1964–7) and director of the music department of the German History Institute in Rome (1962–4), where he was also called to be the leading lay expert for the Second Vatican Council. In 1967 he completed his Habilitation in musicology at Frankfurt University with a work on Pergolesi. He became lecturer in Frankfurt in 1968 and professor in 1971. In 1969–70 he was visiting associate professor at Brandeis University and the state universities of New York (Stony Brook, 1977–8) and New Jersey (New Brunswick, 1985–6). Hucke wrote valuable studies on the origin and tradition of Gregorian chant, its repertory and performing practice. He discussed the position of contemporary church music in numerous articles and was an advisor on chant for the second edition of Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart and an editor of Musik und Altar. He also wrote extensively on early opera and was a founder and general editor of the collected edition of Pergolesi's works.

WRITINGS


Untersuchungen zum Begriff ‘Antiphon’ und zur Melodik der Offiziumsantiphonen (diss., U. of Freiburg, 1952)

‘Die Entwicklung des frühchristlichen Kultgesangs zum gregorianischen Gesang’, Römische Quartalschrift, xlviii (1953), 147–94

‘Die Einführung des gregorianischen Gesangs im Frankenreich’, Römische Quartalschrift, xlix (1954), 172–87

‘G.O. Pitoni und seine Messen im Archiv der Cappella Giulia’, KJb, xxxix (1955), 70–94

‘Gregorianischer Gesang in altrömischer und fränkischer Überlieferung’, AMw, xii (1955), 74–87

‘Die gregorianische Gradualeweise des 2. Tons und ihre ambrosianischen Parallelen’, AMw, xiii (1956), 285–314

‘Zu einigen Problemen der Choralforschung’, Mf, xi (1958), 385–414

‘Die Besetzung von Sopran und Alt in der Sixtinischen Kapelle’, Miscelánea en homenaje a Monseñor Higinio Anglés, i (Barcelona, 1958), 379–96



ed., with L. Hoffmann-Erbrecht: Festschrift Helmut Osthoff zum 65. Geburtstag (Tutzing, 1961) [incl. ‘Verfassung und Entwicklung der alten neapolitanischen Konservatorien’, 139–54]

‘Die neapolitanische Tradition in der Oper’, IMSCR VIII: New York 1961, 253–77



G.B. Pergolesi: Umwelt, Leben, dramatische Werke (Habilitationsschrift, U. of Frankfurt, 1967)

‘Die Texte der Offertorien’, Speculum musicae artis: Festgabe für Heinrich Husmann, ed. H. Becker and R. Gerlach (Munich, 1970), 193–203

‘H.L. Hasslers “Neue teutsche Gesang”, (1596) und das Problem des Manierismus in der Musik’, Manierismo in arte e musica: Roma 1973, 255–84

‘Das Responsorium’, Gattungen der Musik in Einzeldarstellungen: Gedenkschrift Leo Schrade, ed. W. Arlt and others (Berne and Munich, 1973), 144–91

‘Alessandro Scarlatti und die Musikkomödie’, Alessandro Scarlatti: Würzburg 1975, 177–90

‘Die Cheironomie und die Entstehung der Neumenschrift’, Mf, xxxii (1979), 1–16

‘Über Herkunft und Abgrenzung des Begriffs “Kirchenmusik”’, Renaissance-Studien: Helmuth Osthoff zum 80. Geburtstag, ed. L. Finscher (Tutzing, 1979), 103–26

‘Pergolesi: Probleme eines Werkverzeichnisses’, AcM, lii (1980), 195–225

‘Toward a New Historical View of Gregorian Chant’, JAMS, xxxiii (1980), 437–67

‘Zur Aufzeichnung der altrömischen Offertorien’, Ut Mens concordet voci: Festschrift Eugène Cardine, ed. J.B. Göschl (St Ottilien, 1980), 296–313

‘Die Entstehung der Opera buffa’, ‘Die fälschlich so genannte “Marien”- Vesper von Claudio Monteverdi’, GFMKB: Bayreuth 1981, 78–85, 295–305

‘Vivaldi und die vokale Kirchenmusik des Settecento’, Antonio Vivaldi: teatro musicale, cultura e società, ed. G. Morelli and L. Bianconi (Florence, 1982), 191–206

‘Pergolesi: musikaliches Naturtalent oder intellektueller Komponist? Seine Psalmenvertonungen’, Studi pergolesiani I: Iesi 1983, 179–95; see also Studi pergolesiani II: New York 1986, 7–19

‘Zur melodischen Überlieferung der Tropen’, Liturgische Tropen: Munich 1983 and Canterbury 1984, 107–24

‘Das Dekret “Docta sanctorum patrum” Papst Johannes XXII.’, MD, xxxviii (1984), 119–31

‘Die Anfänge der abendländischen Notenschrift’, Festschrift Rudolf Elvers, ed. E. Hettrich and H. Schneider (Tutzing, 1985), 271–88

‘Pergolesi's Missa S Emidio’, Music in the Classic Period: Essays in Honor of Barry S. Brook, A.W. Atlas (New York, 1985), 99–115

‘Choralforschung und Musikwissenschaft’, Das musikalische Kunstwerk: Festschrift Carl Dahlhaus, ed. H. Danuser and others (Laaber, 1988), 131–41

‘Gregorianische Fragen’, Mf, xli (1988), 304–30

‘Händels Opern und der “musikalische Text”’, Aufführungspraxis der Händel-Oper: Karlsruhe 1988, 129–40

‘Palestrina als Klassiker’, Gattungen der Musik und ihre Klassiker, ed. H. Danuser (Laaber, 1988), 19–34

‘Was ist eine Motette?’, Die Motette: Beiträge zu ihrer Gattungsgeschichte, ed. H. Schneider and H.J. Winkler (Mainz, 1991), 9–17


BIBLIOGRAPHY


P. Cahn and A.-K. Heimer, eds.: De musica et cantu: Studien zur Geschichte der Kirchenmusik und der Oper: Helmut Hucke zum 60. Geburtstag (Hildesheim, 1993) [incl. list of pubns]

HANS HEINRICH EGGEBRECHT/KARL-HEINZ SCHLAGER


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