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The history of violin playing, from its origins to 1761 and its relationship to the violin and violin music

Author: David D Boyden
Publisher: London, New York, Oxford University Press, 1965.
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History
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Boyden, David D. (David Dodge), 1910-1986.
History of violin playing, from its origins to 1761 and its relationship to the violin and violin music.
London, New York, Oxford University Press, 1965
(OCoLC)639309683
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David D Boyden
ISBN: 0193163152 9780193163157
OCLC Number: 396531
Description: xxiii, 569 pages illustrations, facsimiles, map, music, portraits 26 cm
Contents: Part one : The Formative Period, 1520-1600 --
The Origin and Development of the Early Violin, 1520-50 --
The Advent of the True Violin and Its Development to 1600 --
Violin Music in the Sixteenth Century --
How the Violin Sounded and How It Was Played in the Sixteenth Century --
Part two : The Development of an Idiomatic Technique, 1600-1650 --
The Development of the Violin and Bow in the Early Seventeenth Century --
The New Violin Idiom ; Violin Music and Its uses in Different Countries, 1600-50 --
The Technique and Sound of the Violin in the Early Seventeenth Century --
General Matters Affecting the Violin to 1650 --
Part three : The National Schools of the Late Seventeenth Century ; The Rise of Virtuosity --
The Development of the Violin and Bow, 1650-1700 --
The Violin Music of the Late Seventeenth-century --
The Technique of the Violin, 1650-1700 (I) : National Styles of Playing ; The Treatises ; The Left Hand --
The Technique of the Violin, 1650-1700 (II) : the Right Hand and Related Questions ; The Sound of the Violin --
General Matters Affecting the Violin, 1650-1700 --
Part four : The Culmination of the Early History of Violin Playing, 1700-1761 --
The Violin and Bow of the Early Eighteenth Century --
The Violin Music of the Early Eighteenth Century --
The Technique of the Violin, 1700-61 (I) : The Treatises ; Holding the Violin and Bow ; The Left Hand --
The Technique of the Violin, 1700-61 (II) : The Right Hand ; The Bow Stroke and Bow Change ; The Rule of Down-Bow --
The Technique of the Violin, 1700-61 (III) : Bow Strokes and Their Execution --
The Technique of the Violin, 1700-61 (IV) : Multiple Stops ; The "Bach" Bow ; Special Effects ; Instrumentation and Conducting ; The Sound of the Violin --
Specific and Improvised Ornaments ; The Cadenza --
Tempo ; Alterations of Rhythm ; Dynamics ; Expression --
Practical Hints to Modern Violinists.
Responsibility: [by] David D. Boyden.

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