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eBook Elizabeth Rogers Hir Virginall Booke ePub

by Charles J. F. Cofone

  • ISBN: 0486231380
  • Category: Music
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: Charles J. F. Cofone
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Dover Publications; Revised edition (June 1, 1975)
  • Pages: 125
  • ePub book: 1529 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1730 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 312

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Elizabeth Rogers' Virginal Book is a musical commonplace book compiled in the mid-seventeenth century by a person or persons so far unidentified

Elizabeth Rogers' Virginal Book is a musical commonplace book compiled in the mid-seventeenth century by a person or persons so far unidentified. Of all the so-called English "virginal books" this is the only one to mention the name of the instrument (the virginal) in the title, the others being so-called at a far later date. The manuscript is a folio volume of sixty pre-lined pages of six staves containing 94 pieces for keyboard and 18 Voycall Lessons

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Elizabeth Rogers' Virginal Book is a musical commonplace book compiled in the mid-seventeenth century by a person or persons so far unidentified. New York: Dover Publications, 1975. Of all the so-called English "virginal books" this is the only one to mention the name of the instrument (the virginal ) in the title, the others being so-called at a far later date.

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Elizabeth Rogers Virginal Book is a musical commonplace book compiled in the mid seventeenth century by a person or persons so far unidentified. Dover Publications, New York 1975.

L''Elizabeth Rogers Virginal Book' è un manoscritto musicale compilato alla metà del XVII secolo da persona o persone .

L''Elizabeth Rogers Virginal Book' è un manoscritto musicale compilato alla metà del XVII secolo da persona o persone sconosciute. Fra tutti i cosiddetti "virginal books" inglesi, questo è l'unico che menzioni lo strumento musicale per il quale è stata scritta l'opera. Il manoscritto è un volume di volume di 60 pagine, con pentagramma di sei righi, contenente 94 pezzi per strumenti a tastiera e 18 Voycall lezioni vocali. stato trascritto nel 1949 utilizzando parte delle copertine originali.

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Elizabeth Rogers' Virginal Book is a musical commonplace book compiled in the mid-seventeenth century by a person or persons so far unidentified

Elizabeth Rogers' Virginal Book is a musical commonplace book compiled in the mid-seventeenth century by a person or persons so far unidentified. The manuscript is a folio volume of sixty pre-lined pages of six staves containing 94 pieces for keyboard and 18 Voycall Lessons

Elizabeth Rogers' Virginal Book is a musical commonplace book compiled in the mid-seventeenth century by a person or. . Of all the so-called English virginal books this is the only one to mention the name of the instrument (the virginal) in the title, the others being so-ca.

All 112 pieces from noted 1656 manuscript, most never before published. Composers include Thomas Brewer, William Byrd, Orlando Gibbons, etc.

Comments

Lcena Lcena
I am a beginner on the keyboard and is often difficult to find decent pieces to play. This book offers numerous pieces of interest including vocal duets as well as pure keyboard pieces. The books preface is very informative and scholarly and is worth the read. I had owned this book many years ago and had loaned it out to someone (long forgotten) but some of these pieces still remained in my memory enough to play. I am excited to once again have this book in my possession. Highly recommended for the early music buff with limited talents at the keyboard.
Doomredeemer Doomredeemer
Of the several Dover scores which I have this is the most `readable' and, by far, the most usable by all family members. Scores by Bach and Couperin are way too ornamented. and grace noted for an amateur. The Rameau and Purcell texts by Dover are not too bad but the Byrd is beyond the average player. This book is not, however. There is stuff not much more demanding then `10 little fingers' and others hard enough to keep you working on them for hours. If you looking for some fun scores that are reasonably accessible and feature `unique' music buy this one. As a hint: look at the book, `The Baroque Pianist' for a little later music scores....