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Explores the significance of Bach's counterpoint.

A collection of essays on musical life in Europe and the New World from 1600 to 1750.

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.
Covers all the key aspects of medieval music, focusing on technical and cultural aspects of the subject.
The first book of the English Solo Song guides to the repertoire, focusing on lute song.
An anthology of Musical Examples from Gregorian Chant to J.S.Bach with historical and analytical notes.
Instrumental Tutor
This book deals with the ornaments that Bach indicated by signs.
Viola Da Gamba

An English translation of Ganssi's Regola Rubertina - 1st and 2nd Parts - A Manual of Playing the Viola da Gamba and of Playing the Lute

The Worlds Of J.S. Bach offers both traditional and new perspectives on the life and work of the man who is arguably the central figure in the Western musical tradition.
The history of organs built between AD 900 and the present day.