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manuscript sources of seventeenth-century Italian lute music

Victor Coelho

manuscript sources of seventeenth-century Italian lute music

a catalogue raisonné

by Victor Coelho

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Published by s.n.] in [Los Angeles .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lute music -- Manuscripts -- Catalogs.,
  • Music -- Italy -- 17th century -- Manuscripts -- Catalogs.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementVictor Coelho.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML128.L88 C64 1989a
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 419 p. :
    Number of Pages419
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16632483M

    In the seventeenth century, like today, the guitar was often used for chord strumming ("battuto" in Italian) in songs and popular dance genres, such as the ciaccona or sarabanda. In the golden age of the baroque guitar, Italy gave rise to a unique solo repertoire, in which chord strumming and lute-like plucked ("pizzicato") styles were mixed/5(2). IN SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY ITALIAN PRINTED. AND MANUSCRIPT SOURCES 3 VOLUMES II: Appendices THEODOROS KITSOS Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Music Performance Practice) THE UNIVERSITY OF YORK DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC May CONTENTS.

    Italian Guitar Music of the Seventeenth Century: Battuto and Pizzicato explores this little-known repertoire, providing a historical background and examining particular performance issues. The book is accompanied by audio examples on a companion website. Lex Eisenhardt is one of Europe's foremost experts on early guitar.   Alan Cuckston plays a two manual concert harpsichord made by Robert Goble in There are four sets of strings. The lower manual has 16', 8' and 4' stops and there is a harp stop (for the 8.

    Italian Guitar Music of the Seventeenth Century: “With nearly extant printed and manuscript sources for the five-course guitar, including early versions of such important dances as the ciaccona, folia, sarabanda, and passacaglia, the sound of the strummed guitar was a part of the world of seventeenth-century music. the sound of. A complete holding of the 55 issues to date; articles on all aspects of the lute, and over book and music reviews, for just £60, (or £90 non-members). This comes in the handy format of a single document, in Word and PDF, with a searchable contents list, and permanent url for each number of the Journal, to save on your hard drive.


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The Manuscript Sources of Seventeenth-Century Italian Lute Music [Coelho, Victor] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Manuscript Sources of Seventeenth-Century Italian Lute MusicCited by: 3.

Rarely does a reference work of this importance and usefulness appear. Victor Coelho's book is much more than a bibliography of lute sources; it is an invaluable tool for research in many areas: dance music, social history, manuscript transmission, accompaniment and continuo realization of Italian monody, changing tastes and trends in Italian composition.

Especially important for seeking original sources of lute music are Series A pt. 1 (prints devoted to a music by a single composer) and Series B/I & II (anthologies). Individual items are identified by code, Series A, composer’s first initial and consecutive number, e.g, B; Series B/I, by code made up of date plus consecutive number.

References * Victor Coelho ([email protected]) is Professor of Music at the University of Calgary and a fellow of Villa I Tatti, manuscript sources of seventeenth-century Italian lute music book Harvard Center for Italian Renaissance Studies in publications include The Manuscript Sources of Seventeenth-Century Italian Lute Music (New York, ), Performance on Lute, Guitar, and Vihuela (Cambridge, ), Music.

The first study devoted to describing the solo manuscript repertory of 17th-century Italian lute music preserved in tablature for lute, archlute, and theorbo.

Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews. The present study is the first catalog devoted to describing the solo manuscript repertory of 17th-century Italian lute music preserved in tablature for lute, archlute, and theorbo-a collection of 50 manuscripts containing over 2, pieces of music-and is an indispensable guide for the scholar and performer.

Moreover, this catalog contains information on dozens of sources that have. About The Manuscript Sources of Seventeenth-Century Italian Lute Music: "Because of the instrument's technical peculiarities (barely understood by non-lutenists) and its unique forms of notation, the repertory and its sources are virtually impenetrable without a guide like Coelho, who combines expertise as a lutenist with extensive scholarly.

According to Paul O’Dette, the performer on this superb album, one of the greatest sources of seventeenth century lute music is the manuscript known as ‘ Lord. important than the one most recently acquired-Lord Herbert of. Cherbury’s lute- book.

Lord Herbert of Cherbury’s Lute Book This manuscript, one of the richest sources of solo lute music, is held in the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge. It was compiled (much of it in his own hand) by Edward Herbert the first Baron Cherbury, probably between about and the ’s (SpringSmith ).

This innovative and multi-layered study of the music and culture of Renaissance instrumentalists spans the early institutionalization of instrumental music from c to the rise of the basso continuo and newer roles for instrumentalists around Cited by: 1.

The Manuscript Sources of Seventeenth-Century Italian Lute Music. New York: Garland, (ed. with John Covach) The Cambridge Companion to the Rolling Stones. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to the Guitar.

Chronological List of Tablatures from the 's. T he following chronological list includes existing plucked-string tablatures fromas well as sources known to have existed that are now lost.

Note that the list contains primarily music in some form of lute or guitar tablature, not music in staff notation that might possibly have been played on the lute or other plucked string.

The earliest surviving lute music is Italian, from a late 15th-century manuscript. The early 16th century saw Petrucci 's publications of lute music by Francesco Spinacino (fl.

) and Joan Ambrosio Dalza (fl. ); together with the so-called Capirola Lutebook, these represent the earliest stage of written lute music in fication: String instrument (plucked). Chronological List of Tablatures from the 's.

T he following chronological list includes existing plucked-string tablatures fromas well as sources known to have existed that are now lost. Eventually, links will be established for most entries, giving more.

This is the first book-length study in any language dedicated specifically to lute, guitar, and vihuela performance. Written by specialists of this music, it is intended for players, teachers, and scholars who are interested both in the history of performance, as well as in the specific interpretation of lute, guitar and vihuela music from the end of the fifteenth century to.

Coelho, Victor. The manuscript sources of seventeenth-century Italian lute music. New York: Garland, REF MLL9 C Gilmore, George. Guitar music index: a cross-indexed and graded listing of music in print for classical guitar & lute Honolulu: Galliard Press, REF MLG G4.

plurality in performance as suggested by the numerous manuscript sources of seventeenth-century Italian lute music. His main argument emphasizes the different performing traditions of professional, courtly, and amateur lutenists and how these affect the concepts of authority and autonomy with respect to specific pieces of solo lute music.

A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Three contemporary manuscript sources of Ayleward’s keyboard music existed into the twentieth century.

However, only one of them can be located today. Most regrettable of the losses, from the point of seventeenth-century English keyboard music generally, is a large and important manuscript formerly owned by the collector William H.

Cummings. The Italian seventeenth-century manuscript repertory has been described and catalogued by Victor in his thesis: 'The Manuscript Sources of Seventeenth-Century Italian Lute Music: A Catalogue Raisonné' (), and the present study has attempted to be complementary to this work where possible.

Coelho's thesis and subsequent work is the most. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Victor Coelho books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. The Manuscript Sources of Seventeenth-Century Italian Lute Music.

Victor Coelho. 24 Jul Hardback. unavailable.manuscript sources of lute music-re-search that has resulted in a recent cata-logue raisonne (in this reviewer's UCLA dis-sertation) of all the seventeenth-century Italian sources, a forthcoming Oxford dis-sertation on English lute sources by Julia Craig-McFeely, and the launching of RISM's Catalogue descriptif des sources manuscrites en.In the seventeenth century, like today, the guitar was often used for chord strumming ("battuto" in Italian) in songs and popular dance genres, such as the ciaccona or sarabanda.

In the golden age of the baroque guitar, Italy gave rise to a unique solo repertoire, in which chord strumming and lute-like plucked ("pizzicato") styles were mixed.