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Collected English Lutenist Part 1 Collected English Lutenist Part 1 (Musica Britannica, Vol. 53) GREER, D - Stainer & Bell LT. Published by Stainer and Bell, London, England.
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Rubrics: Part songs, English Vocal trios with lute Vocal quartets with lute. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format. book below: (C) 2016-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners.
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Music pervades many aspects of contemporary everyday life; it appears in commercials, blares from speakers in stores and restaurants, accompanies commuters on the way to work, an. Robert Johnson Robert Johnson, British composer and lutenist, who wrote music for a number of plays, including several by William Shakespeare, and was considered one of England’s leading lutenists Robert Jones Robert Jones, songwriter of the school of English lutenists that flourished at the turn of the 17th century.
Volume 54. Collected English Lutenist Partsongs II. 1989. Volume 55. Elizabethan Keyboard Music.
Published by Stainer & Bell. 77 partsongs by John Danyel, Thomas Ford, Robert Jones, Thomas Campion and John Attey are presented in four-part score with lute tablature and transcription.
David Greer, who has died aged 80, took a profound scholarly interest in English song of the 16th and 17th centuries. His major legacy in this area of scholarship can be measured by two volumes of Collected Lutenist Partsongs Vols I and II for Musica. He was never happier than when working with old manuscripts and printed sources; he developed an extensive knowledge of these sources, their provenances and their locations.
London: Published for the Musica Britannica Trust by Stainer and Bell, 2000. The songs of John Dowland (1563?-1626) can be ranked among the finest examples of English vocal music from any period and are among the very best works composed by a lutenist. Lute Songs: The Original First and Second Books Including Dowland's Original Lute Tablature. Transcribed for voice and guitar by David Nadal. Dover Publications, c1997.