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All Instruments Theory
By Viking
Complete six-part series on early musical instruments (DVD)
This book details the history of the transverse flute from 1500 until the early nineteenth century, ...
Contains fifty essays commenting on the social, historical, theoretical, and performance contexts of...
This book is a compendium and practical guide for musicians and music lovers alike, putting a great many problems and questions relating to the viol, and music in general, into perspective.
One of the best-known guides to courtly dance of the Renaissance was the "Nobilta di Dame" (1600), an Italian dance manual offering a rich repertory of aristocratic social dance, including the music and fully described choreography for 49 dances.
Provides a profound new understanding of how Renaissance composers understood their art.
A study of what kinds of music were used on the Elizabethan stage; where, when and which instruments...
The musical counterpoint of Bach involved much more than sophisticated compositional techniques, suc...
Based on over two decades of research, this book traces musical practices from the origins of the ea...
A documentation of the musical activities of Ademar de Chabannes, and eleventh-century monk and hist...