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The history of keyboard music to 1700

Auteur : Willi Apel; Hans Tischler
Éditeur: Bloomington : Indiana University Press, [1972] ©1972
Édition/format:   Livre imprimé : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et tous les formats
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Examines national styles and individual composers as well as the careers of the many evolving musical forms and instruments. This work is organized by period and by national style areas - from Poland  Lire la suite...

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Genre/forme: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Format – détails additionnels: Online version:
Apel, Willi, 1893-1988.
History of keyboard music to 1700.
Bloomington, Indiana University Press [1972]
(OCoLC)639308131
Type de document: Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs: Willi Apel; Hans Tischler
ISBN: 025313790X 9780253137906 0253327954 9780253327956
Numéro OCLC: 412121
Note sur la langue: Translation of Geschichte der Orgel- und Klaviermusik bis 1700.
Notes: Translation of Geschichte der Orgel- und Klaviermusik bis 1700 (Kassel : Bärenreiter-Verlag, 1967).
Description: xvi, 878 pages : music ; 25 cm
Contenu: Introduction: General observations on keyboard instruments and keyboard muisc --
The evolution of keyboard instruments. Part I, Clavier music before 1500: Antiquity and early middle ages --
The fourteenth century. The Robertsbridge fragment ; The Codex Faenza ; An English Felix namque --
The fifteenth century. Sources before 1450 ; Paumann's Fundamentum organisandi ; The Buxheim organ book. Part II, The sixteenth century: General observations. Keyboard composers of the sixteenth century --
Liturgical organ music. Germany : Hofheimer, Schlick, Buchner and his contemporaries, the Protestant organ chorale ; Poland ; France ; Italy : Marco Antonio Cavazzoni and his contemporaries, Girolamo Cavazzoni, Andrea Gabrieli and Merulo, Valente and Rodio ; Spain : Cabezón, Bermudo, Palero, and others ; England : Redford, Preston and his contemporaries, Tallis, Blitheman, and their contemporaries, Byrd --
Imitative forms. The ricercar ; The tiento ; Canzona and fugue ; The fantasy --
Free forms. The prelude in Germany, France, and Poland ; The Italian intonations ; The English prelude ; The toccata from Andrea Gabrieli to Merulo --
Dance music. The Kotter and Kleber tablatures ; Italian keyboard dances to 1550 ; Attaingnant's dance collection ; The dances in the Lublin tablature ; The dance collections by Facoli and Radino ; German sources of the late 16th century ; English keyboard dances before Byrd ; Byrd's pavans and galliards ; Allamande, courante, and gigue --
Variation forms.The Spanish diferencias ; The passamezzo variations ; Valente's variation works ; Byrd's variation works ; Grounds --
Intabulations. Part III, The first half of the seventeenth century: England. Morley and Mundy ; Philips ; Farnaby ; Bull ; Cosyn, Carleton, Tisdall, and others ; Tomkins ; Gibbons --
The Netherlands. Sweelinck ; Speuy and Cornet ; The Liber cruciferorum --
Germany. North Germany : The Celle tablature: Johann Stephan, Hieronymus Praetorius, Michael Praetorius, Jacob Praetorius, Samuel Scheidt, Abel, Siefert, P. Hasse the Elder, Düben, Schildt, and others, Delphin Strunck, Morhardt, Bahr, Kniller, and Woltmann, the anonymous repertoire ; Central Germany : Michael and Klemm, Kindermann and Schedlich ; South Germany : Luython and Adam Steigleder, Hassler, Erbach, Vonder Hofen and Holtzner, Johann Ulrich Steigleder --
Italy. First generation, North Italy : Giovanni Gabrieli, Antegnati and Cavaccio, Banchieri, Cima and Bottazzi, Corradini and Picchi ; First Generation, South Italy : Ercole Pasquini, Macque, Stella, Lambardo, and others, Mayone, Trabaci ; Frescobaldi ; Second generation : Merula, Pesenti, Michelangelo Rossi, Salvatore, Del Buono, Croci and Fasolo, the anonymous repertoire --
France. Titelouze ; Racquet, Richard, and anonymous organ music ; The early clavecinists --
Spain and Portugal. Clavijo, Peraza, and Lacerna ; Aguilera de Heredia ; Coelho ; Correa de Arauxo ; The manuscript tradition ; Jimenez ; Perandreu and others ; Bruna. Part IV, The second half of the seventeenth century. Germany. South Germany : Froberger, Ebner and Kerll, Poglietti, Techelmann, Richter and Reutter, Nicolaus Adam Strunck and others, Scherer, Provintz, and Spiridio, George Muffat, Speth, Fux, Murschhauser, Fischer ; North Germany : Tunder, Weckmann, Wilhelm Karges, Lorentz, N. Hasse, and Kortkamp, Reincken, Flor, Radek, Bölsche, Erben, and Fabricius, Buxtehude, Heidorn, Kneller, Ritter, and Werckmeister, Lübeck, Böhm, Hanff, Bruns, P. Hasse the Younger, Erich, Leiding, Brunckhorst, and Saxer ; Central Germany. Heinrich Bach, Ahle, Briegel, Wecker, and Keller, Johann Christoph Bach and Johann Michael Bach, Alberti, Kittle, Pestel, Schultheiss, and others, Pachelbel, Johann Philipp Krieger and Johann Krieger, Kuhnau, Zachow, Buttstett, Witte, A.N. Vetter, D. Vetter, Armsdorff, and Beyer --
Italy. Giovanni and Storace ; Strozzi and Pistocchi ; Battiferri and Fontana ; The Bolognese circle ; Bernardo Pasquini ; Alessandro Scarlatti --
France. Clavecin Music : Chambonnièrs, Dumont, Louis Couperin, J. dela Barre, Hardel, and Thomelin, Lebègue, D'Anglebert, Marchard and Le Roux ; Organ music : Types of French organ music, Nivers, Lebègue, Gigault, Raison, Boyvin, Jullien and Chaumont, Franc̥ois Couperin, Grigny, Dandrieu, Marchard, Corrette, and Guilian, Du Mage and Clérambault, the anonymous repertoire --
England. Harpsichord music in the mid- and late 17th century ; Organ music in the mid- and late 17th century ; Blow ; Purcell ; Clarke and Croft --
The Netherlands. Van Noordt ; Steenwick and others ; Kerckhoven --
Spain and Portugal. Cabanilles ; Three Portuguese manuscripts ; The collections of Martin y Coll.
Autres titres: Geschichte der Orgel- und Klaviermusik bis 1700.
Responsabilité: Willi Apel ; translated and revised by Hans Tischler.

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