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Provides a profound new understanding of how Renaissance composers understood their art.
A book about historical performance practice in its broadest sense, looking at what values are behin...
Although known largely because of his genius son, Leopald Mozart was also a distinguished musician; ...
Flute, Recorder, Piano Accompaniment Instrumental Work
Three Airs for Treble Recorder or Flute with Piano accompaniment, by Robin Milford.
A fantastic guide to musicology, going beyond the "short" instroduction you might expect.
The definitive study of one of the more controversial figures in early music.
Ethnomusicology: A Very Short Introduction by Timothy Rice
The authentic performance of sixteenth-century music involves more than just reading the notes.
A guide to editorial procedures suitable for music written from the Middle Ages to about 1830.
This book breaks new ground, offering an extensive study of a period in the guitar's history which t...