The History of Keyboard Music to 1700

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Indiana University Press, 1997 - 878 páginas
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This classic work has served a generation of pianists, organists, and harpsichordists and remains a necessity for every serious keyboard musician today. It is a detailed chronological survey from the 14th century to the end of the 17th. Beginning with the earliest sources, Professor Apel examines national styles and individual composers as well as the careers of the many evolving musical forms and instruments. Much of the material is organized by period and by national style areasÑfrom Poland to Portugal. A monument of scholarship, this indispensable reference work is also remarkably user-friendly and engagingly written throughout.
 

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KEYBOARD Music
3
GENERAL Observations
5
THE EvoluTION of KEYBOARD INSTRUMENTS
11
ANTIQUITY AND EARLY MIDDLE AGEs
19
THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY
33
LITURGICAL ORGAN MUSIC
81
England
140
IMITATIVE FoRMS
166
Frescobaldi
448
Second Generation
483
FRANCE
498
SPAIN AND PORTUGAL
509
THE SECOND HALF OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY
549
Poglietti
566
B North Germany
592
Central Germany
641

The Italian Intonations
218
Io DANCE MUSIC
228
WARIATION FORMS
262
INTABULATIONS
288
England 208
293
THE NETHERLANDs 32 4
324
GERMANY
346
B Central Germany
384
I6 ITALY
408
B First Generation South Italy 42 I
421
ITALY
681
FRANCE
704
B Organ Music
722
ENGLAND
748
THE NETHERLANDS
765
SPAIN AND Portugal
771
Notes
781
BibliographY
818
INDExEs
837
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