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Playing the Baroque Harpsichord By Claudio Di Veroli
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This is an integrated collection of updated and expanded essays, some of them endorsed by leading harpsichordists. Only a few chapters are specific for the harpsichord: most of the book applies to... More > all the Baroque keyboard instruments. Several colour figures are included, as well as musical examples from well-known Baroque works. Thorough guidance is provided about ornamentation, articulation, tempi, registration, sesquialter rhythms, notes inégales and further topics that have been found to be useful to the modern performer of Baroque keyboard music, whether amateur, advanced student or professional player. This 2nd revised and expanded edition includes a thorough history of the harpsichord and a full treatment of French Baroque dances. Find excerpts and a review in< Less
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Theory, History and Practice of scales, temperament, tuning and intonation for all musical instruments and voices: 486 pages and 365 figures encompassing decades of research and findings. PART ONE... More > provides the acoustical background. Each one of the main temperaments is then covered, with a thorough analysis of its musical features. Finally, a full HISTORICAL SURVEY guides the musician in the selection of temperament(s) for his/her repertoire. PART TWO consists of tuning, fretting and intonation directions for the different temperaments, on keyboards, fretted and unfretted strings, voices, woodwinds and brass wind instruments, including variable intonation. PART THREE covers multiple divisions and the analysis of historical sources, including recent research results. See published reviews and excerpts in< Less
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An old-fingering method for students and performers of Baroque keyboards. After its first version of 1983, enhanced editions received very favourable comments,including an endorsement by Igor Kipnis.... More > This 6th revised edition, based on decades of studies and performance, is as always the most comprehensive work in the field, with 174 fingered passages and a bibliography of sources. Scales and other passages are resolved with fifty-plus fingering Rules based on examples with original fingerings from the Baroque era. Old fingerings are also suggested for difficult passages in the repertoire. Find a recently published review and excerpts in< Less
Baroque Keyboard Masterpieces Fingered By Claudio Di Veroli
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This is a comprehensive set of Baroque keyboard pieces, fully fingered according to the principles expounded in the eBook "Baroque Keyboard Fingerings: A Method", also available from Lulu.... More > The scores included in this edition range from easy to advanced, and cover most of the technical difficulties and tonalities found in the Baroque repertoire, especially when playing scales and/or ornaments. A 13-page introductory text gives full details on the edition and on each piece, with suggestions for performance. This edition is meant for players of all early-model keyboards: harpsichords, virginals, clavichords and organs. A few pieces are specific for the harpsichord. A piece for organ with pedals has been included. The eBook is formatted for both easy printing and reading from any personal computer. Please find more details and excerpts in< Less