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The interpretation of the music of the XVII and XVIII centuries

Arnold Dolmetsch

The interpretation of the music of the XVII and XVIII centuries

Revealed by contemporary evidence (Handbooks for musicians. Edited by Ernest Newman)

by Arnold Dolmetsch

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Published by Scholarly Press, Inc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • 16th-17th centuries,
  • 18th century,
  • History,
  • Interpretation (Phrasing, dynamics, etc.),
  • Music,
  • Music theory,
  • Performance

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages493
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9419014M
    ISBN 100403015448
    ISBN 109780403015443
    OCLC/WorldCa3738733

    Musical examples, arranged in the order in which they occur\ud in the text, will be found on pages 65 to \ud Compound Trill is based on the term Compound Ornaments.\ud used by Arnold Dolmetsch in Chapter 4, Section 13 of his book\ud "The Interpretation of the Music of the XVII & XVIII Centuries".\ud The following categories, resulting from Author: G Lancaster. What do you think about music between XVII-XVIII centuries? What readings would you recommend? I am writing an article about cultural influences of the Metropoli in XVII-XVIII centuries in Latin.

    Musical examples, arranged in the order in which they occur in the text, will be found on pages 65 to Compound Trill is based on the term Compound Ornaments. used by Arnold Dolmetsch in Chapter 4, Section 13 of his book "The Interpretation of the Music of the XVII & XVIII Centuries". The following categories, resulting from the rhythmic relationship of an ornament to the principal note Author: G Lancaster. Perhaps the best book available on this subject - revised by the author in Donnington is a scholar who does not provide easy answers Read contemporary accounts and decide for yourself on how to interpret them Arnold Dolmetsch: "The Interpretation of the Music of the XVII and XVIII Centuries": Novello: (No ISBN No.).

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In the last resort, it is the job of the musician to create his own interpretation. There is not just one possible interpretation, but many.

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One of the most influential figures in the twentieth-century revival of early music, Arnold Dolmetsch (–) was the first to apply academic attention to the issue of authentic historical performance.5/5(1).

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