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eBook The Guitar and Its Music: From the Renaissance to the Classical Era (Oxford Early Music Series) epub

by Paul Sparks,James Tyler

eBook The Guitar and Its Music: From the Renaissance to the Classical Era (Oxford Early Music Series) epub
  • ISBN: 0195314190
  • Author: Paul Sparks,James Tyler
  • Genre: Photography
  • Subcategory: Music
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • Pages: 336 pages
  • ePUB size: 1215 kb
  • FB2 size 1948 kb
  • Formats lrf lit txt doc


Following on from James Tyler's The Early Guitar: A History and Handbook(OUP 1980) tthis collaboration .

Tyler's systematic study of the two main guitar types found between about 1550 and 1750 focuses principally on what the sources of the music (published and manuscript) and the writings of contemporary theorists reveal about the nature of the instruments and their roles in the music making of the period.

More than twenty years ago James Tyler wrote a modest introduction to the history, repertory, and playing techniques of the four- and five-course guitar. Entitled The Early Guitar: A History and Handbook (OUP 1980), this work proved valuable and enlightening not only to performers and scholarsof Renaissance and Baroque guitar and lute music but also to classical guitarists.

Following James Tyler's earlier introduction to the history, repertory, and playing techniques of the four- and .

Following James Tyler's earlier introduction to the history, repertory, and playing techniques of the four- and five-course guitar. Not only does offer a detailed guide to the sources, it integrates recent work from the fields of organology and iconography, archival and patronage studies, performance practice, and the analogous area of lute music, resulting in a coverage that is impressively inclusive in the best sense of the word. with its detailed discussions of the sources, clear explanations.

Oxford early music series. The guitar and its music: from the Renaissance to the Classical era, by James Tyler and Paul Sparks

Oxford early music series. The guitar and its music. This page intentionally left blank. The guitar and its music from the renaissance to the classical era. James tyler and paul sparks. Oxford university press. The guitar and its music: from the Renaissance to the Classical era, by James Tyler and Paul Sparks. p. cm Includes bibliographical references and index. 2. Guitar music-History and criticism. The guitar and its music

Oxford early music series. The guitar and. Its music from the renaissance to the classical era. by James Tyler 6. Italy: The Creation of the Repertory 7. France: The Royal Guitarists 8. England, the Low Countries, and Scandinavia 9. Germany and the Austrian Empire 10. Spain, Portugal, and the New World Appendices to Part II I. A Brief Guide to Reading and Interpreting Baroque Guitar Tablatures 11.

Their work will appeal to a wide range of readers, from historians with little interest in the guitar for its own sake, to performers with little interest in history for its own sake. The organizational framework is that of a survey: eras ("The Guitar in the Sixteenth Century" and "The Spanish Guitar [c. 1600-c.

Author: James Tyler, Paul Sparks.

ISBN13:9780199214778. Release Date:January 2007. 46 lbs. Dimensions:9. Arts, Music & Photography Music Science Science & Math Science & Scientists Science & Technology.

James Tyler, Paul Sparks. More than twenty years ago James Tyler wrote a modest introduction to the history, repertory, and playing techniques of the four- and five-course guitar. Entitled The Early Guitar: A History and Handbook (OUP 1980), this work proved valuable and enlightening not only to performers and scholars of Renaissance and Baroque guitar and lute music but also to classical guitarists.

Following James Tyler's earlier introduction to the history, repertory, and playing techniques of the four- and five-course guitar, The Early Guitar (OUP, 1980), this new book, written in collaboration with Paul Sparks and incorporating the latest ideas and research, is an authoritative guide to the history and repertory of the guitar from the Renaissance to the dawn of the Classical era.
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