Lyra Viol Duets (Recent Researches in the Music of the Baroque Era) ebook
by Thomas Ford,Oleg V. Timofeyev
From the series Music of the Baroque Era, Vol. 18.
From the series Music of the Baroque Era, Vol. .
Timofeyev, Oleg Vitalyevich (1999).
Cite journal requires journal (help). Timofeyev, Oleg Vitalyevich (1999). The Golden Age of the Russian Guitar: Repertoire, Performance Practice, and Social Function of the Russian Seven-String Guitar Music, 1800–1850 (P. Dissertation, Department of Music, Duke University)". Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Dissertation Services (UMI Number: 9928880): xviii + 584. Cite journal requires journal (help). Timofeyev, Oleg (2001a).
Lyra Viol Duets book. In these duets, Ford displays great fluency and inventiveness, which influenced the development of the lyra viol idiom. Similar to other English tablature publications of that time, the 1607 publication contains mistakes and ambiguities. Thomas Ford's collection Musicke of Sundrie Kindes (London, 1607) is one of the first published sources explicitly calling for lyra viol.
The lyra viol is a small bass viol, used primarily in England in the seventeenth century. Described as "the smallest of the bass viols", one should consider that the consort bass was much larger in 17th century England than most bass viols. Described as "the smallest of the bass viols", one should consider that the consort bass was much larger in 17th century England than most bass viols nowadays (hovering between 78 and 80 cm string length, while the division viol hovers around 76 cm (30 inches according to Christopher Simpson)
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Music of the Baroque, Chicago, Illinois. Taken from Music of the Baroque's newest release, "On This Night," "Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day" was recorded during the ensemble's December 2017 Holiday Brass & Choral Concert. Imaginative programs. Extraordinary music-making. Music of the Baroque.
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Attribution of the opera to Kusser is based on evidence from the composer’s own commonplace book and on concordances between two of the dances in Adonis and movements from Kusser’s published orchestral suites.