Lute, vihuela, guitar to 1800, a bibliography by David B. Lyons Download PDF EPUB FB2
Genre/Form: Bibliographies Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lyons, David B. Lute, vihuela, guitar toa bibliography. Detroit. In David B. Lyons published his book, Lute, Vihuela, Guitar to A Bibliography (Detroit Studies in Music Bibliography, ).
Although the vihuela and guitar were included, the bulk of his information concerned the lute. There was not enough material in the book to satisfy the ever-growing need for information about the early guitar and vihuela.
General. There is no single-volume general history of plucked instruments to Smith (cited under Current Studies) provides a comprehensive general history of the lute until the end of the Renaissance, with abundant music article Ness and Kolczynski (under Current Studies) in New Grove gives an authoritative overview of the surviving sources of lute and vihuela.
There are thousands of printed and manuscript books of music for plucked-string instruments from the late fifteenth century through the end of the eighteenth of these sources were written for the lute or guitar; there were also a few books for lesser-known plucked string instruments: the vihuela, cittern, bandora, mandora, and orpharion, as well as instruments related to the lute.
This is the first book-length study in any language dedicated specifically to lute, guitar, and vihuela performance. Written by specialists of this music, it is intended for players, teachers, and scholars who are interested both in the history of performance, as well as in the specific interpretation of lute, guitar and vihuela music from the end of the fifteenth century to approximately Cited by: 3.
The authors' aim was to write a well-structured book with separate chapters for each instrument, such as the Renaissance and Baroque guitar, the Renaissance and Baroque lute, the vihuela, etc. This unique structure enables the reader to easily discover which composers wrote for a.
This is the first book-length study in any language dedicated specifically to lute, guitar, and vihuela performance. Written by specialists of this music, it is intended for players, teachers, and scholars who are interested both in the history of performance, as well as guitar to 1800 the specific interpretation of lute, guitar and vihuela music from the end of the fifteenth century to approximately Lute, Guitar, and Vihuela: Historical Performance and Modern Interpretation.
Ed Victor Coelho. Cambridge Studies in Performance Practice. Cambridge: CUP, [ISBN 0 6] J. Griffiths. Hunting guitar to 1800 Origins of the Trecento Caccia.
Gordon Athol Anderson Memorial Lecture, Armidale: University of New England, J. Griffiths. JOHN GRIFFITHS. performer (vihuela, lute, guitar) and researcher of Renaissance music and culture.
Research areas: music history and historiography, style studies and analysis, organology, notation, music printing, urban history, performance practice, early music pedagogy, and digital humanities.
Spanish Vihuela Tablature 9 French Lute Tablature 10 18 Conclusion 19 Bibliography 19 Making the Transition from Guitar to Lute A reference for students of the classical guitar wishing to know more of its Renaissance and Baroque predecessorFile Size: 1MB.
subject. For more detailed information, please refer to the bibliography below, as well as the sources these books make reference to.
Guitar, Vihuela and Lute were the main plucked-stringed instruments at the time, whilst not being the only ones: cittern, mandora. The shape (outline) of the vihuela is simlar to that of the modern guitar.
It has incurving sides and bouts, as if it is intended to be played with a bow, and some early instruments (of the late fifteenth century) may have been built in such a way that they could be played either with a bow (de arco) or directly with the fingers (de mano).However, by the time the vihuela reached its greatest.
His publications include Performance on Lute, Vihuela and Guitar (Cambridge, ) and Music and Science in the Age of Galileo. As a lutenist he has performed throughout North America and Europe and as a guitarist has released a CD Come on in my Kitchen, with his blues band.5/5(2).
This is the first book-length study in any language dedicated specifically to lute, guitar, and vihuela performance. Brings to light various new ideas about performance and technique for a wide range of instruments, including the fifteenth- sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Italian lute, archlute, theorbo, French Baroque lute, vihuela.
books. Many articles on the history and literature of the guitar have also come to light. 4 As a rule, these 4 Lyons, David B.: Lute, vihuela, guitar to a bibliography, Detroit, Information Coordinators, ; Rezits, Joseph: The Guitarist’sFile Size: 2MB. The vihuela (Spanish pronunciation:) is a 15th-century fretted plucked Spanish string instrument, shaped like a guitar (figure-of-eight form offering strength and portability) but tuned like a was used in 15th- and 16th-century Spain as the equivalent of the lute in Italy and has a large resultant repertory.
There were usually five or six  doubled fication: String instrument (plucked). The vihuela, essentially a flat-backed lute, evolved in the midth century Kingdom of Aragon and was in common use in Spain and Italy by the late 15th through to the late 16th centuries.
The viol developed from the vihuela when players in the second half of the 15th century began using a. The Guitarist's Resource Guide: Guitar Music in Print and Books on the Art of Guitar.
San Diego, CA: Pallma Music Co, MLG8 R5 MUSIC REFERENCE. Includes music in print for guitar, lute, mandolin and vihuela, books on performance, construction and repair, history, notable guitarists and teachers, dictionaries, surveys and : Christopher Mehrens.
Lyons, David B. Lute, Vihuela, Guitar toA Bibliography. Music Library Ref MLS7 L9. MacAuslan, Janna. Guitar Music by Women Composers: An Annotated Catalog.
Concerning the Guitar and the Lute. in the Collection of Kenneth Sparr Books, journals and related material. 19th Century Music for the Guitar in the collection of Kenneth Sparr. Prints, engravings and related material: General, Lute, Guitar. Kenneth Sparr. Books, journals and related material. 6 Saiten.
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The following is a bibliography of classical guitar related publications. The classical guitar (also called the "Spanish guitar" or "nylon string guitar") is a six-stringed plucked string instrument from the family of instruments called classical guitar is well known for its comprehensive right-hand technique, which allows the soloist to perform complex melodic and polyphonic.
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Gilmore, George. Guitar music index: a cross-indexed and graded listing of music in print for classical guitar & lute Honolulu: Galliard Press, REF MLG G4. The Guitar Review music index: an index of music published in Guitar Review. Guitar Review. REF MLG G9. Lyons, David. Lute, Vihuela, Guitar toa Bibliography.
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$ Free. The repertoire of the Spanish vihuelists that is known to have survived is found inseven books and in a few unpublished manuscripts dedicated specifically to the vihuela,as well as in two books of music considered interchangeable with the harp, lute, andvihuela Diana Poulton, “The Lute in Christian Spain” The Lute Society Journal, Vol.
The vihuela is a guitar cognate, but the tuning, technique of playing, texture and forms of its music and the repertory of pieces associate it with the lute. Closer examination of the vihuela books clarifies this. The vihuela was not the instrument which would later evolve into the guitar; the latter was considered another instrument entirely.
Is the vihuela a guitar or lute. The answer is "yes." Yes, it is branch of the guitar evolutionary tree, probably derived from the popular "folk" instrument, although later supplanted by the five course "baroque guitar." However, it assumed the tuning and technique of the lute, in fact owes some of its popularity in 15th and 16th century Spain.
It includes representative selections, edited for modern guitar, from the seven books for vihuela that were published in Spain between and As well as being fun and entertaining music for all to enjoy, these collections are intended to help bridge the gap between scholarly editions and performance editions by providing a hands-on 4/4(7).
The birth of Vihuela happened in early s when lutenist (music instrument artisans) from Spain, Portugal started producing instrument “vihuela de mano”, a vitol-shaped guitar that was tuned like a lute (which was continued to be used there for centuries more).
A history of the lute from antiquity to the Renaissance by Douglas Alton Smith. Book description The lute was the most important and versatile instrument in Europe throughout the Middle Ages and Renaissance before yielding its place to keyboard instruments in the 17th century.Guitar and vihuela: an annotated bibliography of the literature on their history.
Reference: ML G8 M45 Moser, Wolf, ed. Gitarre-Musik: ein internationaler Katalog. Z G8 M92 Schwarz, Werner. Guitar bibliography: an international listing of theoretical literature on classical guitar from the beginning to the present.
Z Author: Jason Imbesi.Mexican vihuela. Although the Mexican vihuela has the same name as the historic Spanish plucked string instrument, the two are Mexican vihuela has more in common with the Timple Canario (see: timple) due to both having five strings and both having vaulted (convex) Mexican vihuela is tuned similarly to the fication: String instrument.