The Performance of 16th-century Music: Learning from the Theorists

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Modern musical training tends to focus primarily on performance practices of the Classical and Romantic periods, and most performers come to the music of the Renaissance with well-honed but anachronistic ideas and concepts. As a result, elemental differences between 16th-century repertoire and that of later epochs tend to be overlooked-yet it is just these differences which can make a performance truly stunning. The Performance of 16th-Century Music offers a remedy for the performer, presenting the information and guidance ...

The Performance of 16th-Century Music: Learning from the Theorists 2011, Oxford University Press Inc, New York

ISBN-13: 9780199742615

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The Performance of 16th-Century Music: Learning from the Theorists 2011, Oxford University Press Inc, New York

ISBN-13: 9780199742622

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