4 edition of The Lute in Britain found in the catalog.
August 31, 2001
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||568|
- Francis Cutting (c/6) Greensleeves. - Thomas Morley ( or ) Pavan. - Anthony Holborne (c) Galliard. Konrad Ragossnig, Renaissance lute. . Bibliography. John Dowland by Diana Poulton, published by Faber & Faber (2nd edition, ).ISBN A History of the Lute from Antiquity to the Renaissance by Douglas Alton Smith, published by the Lute Society of America (). ISBN X The Lute in Britain: A History of the Instrument and its Music by Matthew Spring, published by Oxford University Press ().
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The book is the first and only book to attempt a complete history of the lute and its music concentrating on Britain. It won the Bessarabov prize for best book on instruments , awarded by the American Musical Instrument Society, and was extensively reviewed in all the major musicological journals that relate to instruments or early music. His book The Lute in Britain, A History of the Lute and its Music () was the Winner of the AMIS Bessaraboff Prize. He has worked extensively on lute music and received an award from the Arts and Humanities Research Council to complete his edition of the The Balcarres Manuscript ().
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Description: "Spring focuses on the lute in Britain, but also includes two chapters devoted to continental developments: one on the transition from medieval to renaissance, the other on renaissance to baroque, and the lute in Britain is never treated in isolation.
Six chapters cover all aspects of the lute's history and its music in England. The lute was one of the most important instruments in use in Europe from late medieval times up to the eighteenth century.
Despite its acknowledged importance, this study is the first ever comprehensive work on the instrument and its music, apart from performance studies or bibliographical and reference publications.
The book focuses on the lute's history, but also contains chapters on the. Spring's book is the first attempt to trace a history of the lute in Britain (including Scotland) from the earliest known documents of about to its decline in the early eighteenth century.
The history of the lute in Europe may be divided into three phases. The book focuses on the lute's history, but also contains chapters on the lute in concert, lute song accompaniment, the thearbo, and the lute in Scotland.
Written for the music student, the serious listener, the player, maker, and lute enthusiast, Spring makes available for the first time over 40 years of musical scholarship previously the Cited by: Undoubtedly, this book will become a standard reference work and should be found in every music library in the world."--Journal of the American Musical Instrument Society "Spring's book is the first attempt to trace a history of the lute in Britain (including Scotland) from the earliest known documents of about to its decline in the early Seller Rating: % positive.
The Lute in Britain: A History of the Instrument and its Music by Matthew Spring, published by Oxford University Press (). Historical Lute Construction by Robert Lundberg, published by the Guild of American Luthiers ().
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New copy. Fast shipping. Will be shipped from US.5/5(2). A History of the Lute from Antiquity to the Renaissance.
Lexington, Va.: Lute Society of America, Spring, Matthew. The Lute in Britain: A History of the Instrument and. In NovemberCurtis Price reviewed Matthew Spring’s compendious history The lute in Britain (Oxford, ), noting that the book seemed despite itself to document the process by which, during the 17th century, the lute became ‘increasingly useless’ (Times Literary Supplement, 23 Novemberp).Present-day defenders of the lute responded with a vigour which was reminiscent of Author: Elizabeth Kenny.
The Lute in Britain by Matthew Spring,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1). Life. The younger son of Sir John Gordon of Pitlurg, Knight, (died ) by his spouse Isabel, daughter of William Forbes, 7th Lord Forbes, Robert Gordon was educated at the Marischal College, University of Aberdeen, of which he was the first graduate, and afterwards at the University of me after he acquired the estate of Straloch, north of Aberdeen.
the lute, a huge subject quite outside the scope of this book. Plucked string instruments with long thin necks and relatively small bodies are thought to be of considerably greater antiquity than. Get this from a library.
The lute in Britain: a history of the instrument and its music. [Matthew Spring] -- "The lute was one of the most important instruments in use in Europe from late medieval times up to the eighteenth century, as a solo instrument, in combination with other instruments, or with the.
William Ballet's lute book regives some music being popular in the time of Elizabeth I of England (). It consists of 2 manuscripts being packetised in the 18th c.
(Trinity College Dublin, MS /1 and MS /2). The first probably from and the second maybe added after (dating c). Some pieces were current around The Lute in Britain: A History of the Instrument and Its Music (Early Music Series) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Lute In Britain Base de datos de todas episodio The Lute In Britain Estos datos libro es el mejor ranking.
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The Mathew Holmes Manuscripts I: Cambridge University Library MS Dd The crown jewels of the English renaissance lute repertoire, in a beautiful full-colour facsimile.
pieces, pages of music, mostly for 6-course lute, some for 7-course lute or bandora, by Dowland, Holborne, Cutting, Pilkington, Bacheler, Allison, Ferrabosco, Francesco da Milano and others.
The tuning of a lute was generally as follows: G, c, f, a, d', and g'. In comparison to the modern guitar, the lute's pitch is a third higher. According to Vicenzo Galilei, lute composer and father of the famous astronomer, the best lutes of the late 16th century were made in England.
Mathew Spring, The Lute in Britain: A History of the Instrument and Its Music, Oxford Early Music Series, Julia Craig-McFeely, 'English lute manuscripts and scribes An examination of the place of the lute in 16th- and 17th-century English Society through a study of the English Lute Manuscripts of the so-called 'Golden Age.
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You also can read online A Tutor For The Renaissance Lute and write the review about the book. and the lute in Britain is never treated in isolation. Six chapters cover all aspects of the lute's history and its music in England from to well.In the Lute Society of Great Britain published his first edition, a critical edition and reconstruction of the ensemble works from Giovanni Battista Granata's Armoniosi Toni (Bologna, ).Baroque guitar stringing: a survey of the evidence.
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