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2 edition of The Sources of Keyboard Music in England (Musician"s Handbooks) found in the catalog.

The Sources of Keyboard Music in England (Musician"s Handbooks)

Charles Van Den Borren

The Sources of Keyboard Music in England (Musician"s Handbooks)

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Published by Library Reprints .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Music

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10541098M
    ISBN 100722259379
    ISBN 109780722259375

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    Music Gifts Our range of musical gifts and novelty items is unsurpassed. He suffered from chronic ophthalmia and in became totally blind, which caused him to cut back on performances and travel, but he did continue to give concerts and learn new music. He also became organist of the Reformed Calvinist Cathedral in Halle, but he served for only one year before going north to Hamburgwhere greater opportunities awaited him. The university acquired a harpsichord in and he was given the opportunity to learn how to play the instrument. Hardcover pages. Zachow, learning the principles of keyboard performance and composition from him.

    It contains most of the songs, generally without changes, in the final and largest edition of B. He compiled source materials, assembled treatises on performance practice, and made a close study of ornamentation issues. And he reveals as no one has before the intensely difficult process by which — on the battlefield of daily three-hour rehearsals — four individualists master and then overcome the confining demands of ensemble playing. Lists music from two to twelve players.


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