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Ethnomusicology: A Very Short Introduction by Timothy Rice
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.
Provides a profound new understanding of how Renaissance composers understood their art.
World Music: A Very Short Introduction by Philip V. Bohlman
Published 250 years after the composer's death, this book offers an indepth look at the "Great Eight...
This book breaks new ground, offering an extensive study of a period in the guitar's history which t...
In relating Monteverdi to the musical activity of his time, Denis Arnold reveals a fascinating music...
The authentic performance of sixteenth-century music involves more than just reading the notes.
Although known largely because of his genius son, Leopald Mozart was also a distinguished musician; ...
Blending musical and social history, Kelly illuminates the ongoing debate about authenticity, the de...