All products by Oxford University Press – 23 items
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In relating Monteverdi to the musical activity of his time, Denis Arnold reveals a fascinating music...
This book details the history of the transverse flute from 1500 until the early nineteenth century, ...
Blending musical and social history, Kelly illuminates the ongoing debate about authenticity, the de...
The book enables the performer to better understand this music and advance their technical and expre...
Based on over two decades of research, this book traces musical practices from the origins of the ea...
Keyboard Instrumental Tutor
This book is an edition, with commentary, of Handel's exercises for continuo playing, which he wrote for the daughters of George II. The exercises are supplemented by clear and concise commentary.
Ethnomusicology: A Very Short Introduction by Timothy Rice
Contains fifty essays commenting on the social, historical, theoretical, and performance contexts of...
World Music: A Very Short Introduction by Philip V. Bohlman
A collection of essays on musical life in Europe and the New World from 1600 to 1750, including soci...