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The Rules of Musical Interpretation In The Baroque Era (17th - 18th centuries) common to all Instruments. 9790046257322

The Rules of Musical Interpretation In The Baroque Era (17th - 18th centuries) common to all Instruments

Alphonse Leduc. 1977

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  • EAN: 9790046257322
  • ISBN: 979-0-046-25732-2
  • Editorial: Alphonse Leduc
  • Fecha de edición: 1977
  • Encuadernación: Rústica
  • Dimensiones: 18,5x27
  • Idioma: Inglés
  • Traductor: John Lambert
  • Nº páginas: 102

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According to Bach, Brossard, Couperin, Hotteterre, Montéclair, Quantz, Rameau-d'Alembert, Rousseau, etc.

CONTENIDO:

Preface

Metrical signs and their characteristics
-Metres of four beats
-Metres of two beats
-Metres of three beats
-Lesson on every variety of metre (Montéclair)

Phrasing
-Articulatory silences
-Detached notes
-Slurs
-Unequal notes
-Double-dotted notes
-Rubato

Embellishment
-Grace notes
-Two examples of pieces with grace notes added by their composers
-Ornaments
-French ornamentation
-German ornamentation
-Italian ornamentation
-The cadenza (improvised on a pedal-point)

The various types of adagio and allegro
-Classification. Tempo. Character
-Classification of tempo indications according to Marpurg
-Classification of tempo indications with their metronomic values according to Quantz
-Characteristics of the various tempi according to Brossand and Rousseau
-Of the manner in which the adagio should be played (Quantz)
-Of the manner in which the allegro should be played (Quantz)

Character and tempo of the various movements
-Airs and dances

Bibliography of works cited
Index of terms, subjects and authorities cited
Index of music examples



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