10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CHITARRONE»
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Performance Practice: A Dictionary-guide for Musicians
Chitarrone (late l6th-early l7th c.). A large-sized or extended lute, one that
incorporated additional diapason strings for lower pitches not available on a
normal lute. The added strings had their own pegbox. In the l589 *intermedii a
Roland John Jackson, 2005
Continuo Playing on the Lute, Archlute, and Theorbo
Much excellent research has already been done on the historical details and I
recommend articles by D.A. Smith and Robert Spencer, for further reading.2 THE
ITALIAN TIORBA Or CHITARRONE The theorbo was first developed in Italy ...
The Lute in Britain: A History of the Instrument and Its Music
In Italy the word 'tiorba' was synonymous with 'chitarrone', the name popularly
used for the same instrument in the first three decades of the seventeenth century
. The name chitarrone, from the Greek 'kithara', reflects the idea, strong in the ...
Alexander Silbiger. Frescobaldi and the Lute and Chitarrone Toccatas of "II
Tedesco della Tiorba" VICTOR COELHO THE scope of current research into the
origins and impact of Fresco- baldi's keyboard music can be substantially
Recent Acquisitions: A Selection, 1987–1988
The Metropolitan Museum of Art. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AMERICAN
PAINTINGS AND SCULPTURE. DAVID TECCHLER German, active in Rome;
born about 1666, died after 1747 Chitarrone Rome, 172.5 Ebony, spruce,
tortoiseshell, and ...
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1988
Divining the Oracle: Monteverdi's Seconda Prattica
The norm for small vocal ensembles as well as for solo voice throughout Orfeo is
a mixed pair of strumenti da corpo consisting of one keyboard instrument and
one chitarrone, occasionally augmented with a bowed bass instrument: “In
Library of Congress Subject Headings
C] Here are entered compositions not in a specific form or of a specific type for
solo chitarrone, and collections of compositions in several forms or types for solo
chitarrone. SA headings for forms and types of music that include “chitarrone” or ...
Library of Congress. Cataloging Policy and Support Office, 2006
A Performer's Guide to Renaissance Music
Chitarrone,. Theorbo,. and. Archlute. The terms chitarrone,theorbo,and archlute
have been a constant source of confusion over the centuries.Although Robert
Spencer finally sorted them out more than a decade ago, conductors,scholars,
Jeffery T. Kite-Powell, 2007
A Descriptive Catalogue of the Musical Instruments in the ...
Bonanni, in his ' Cabinetto Armonico,' Rome, 1722, gives a drawing of a
chitarrone which has a somewhat short neck, and only two strings ; and he
mentions it as an instrument of the Italian country- people. It appears therefore
probable that ...
South Kensington Museum, Carl Engel, 1874
Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians
He calls this variety of bass lute, the Paduan Theorbo, the longer chitarrone
being identical with the Roman. There are references to the Archlute in Mersenne
('Hannonie Universelle,' 1636) and Kircher ('Musurgia,' 1650), but not being
Sir George Grove, John Alexander Fuller-Maitland, 1904
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «CHITARRONE»
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La favola d'Orfeo
Music directors Paul O'Dette and Stephen Stubbs each wielded a long-necked chitarrone; with harpist Maxine Eilander, they created a ... «Metroland, Jun 15»
Boston Early Music Festival's high-spirited 'L'Orfeo'
BEMF artistic co-directors Paul O'Dette and Stephen Stubbs varied their chitarrone accompaniment to suit the mood, and the Dark Horse ... «Boston Globe, Jun 15»
'Charlie Parker's Yardbird' and 'Il Ritorno d'Ulisse in Patria' Reviews
Pulling everything together was the vivacious, imaginative continuo playing, led by chitarrone players Stephen Stubbs and Paul O'Dette, that ... «Wall Street Journal, Jun 15»
Collegium Vocale Gent / Dunford / Herreweghe @ Wigmore Hall …
Along with the five voices, each madrigal was accompanied by a chitarrone that allowed arpeggio expansion of the cadences, and contributed ... «musicOMH.com, Jun 15»
English Ensembles Crown a Festival of Early Music
Mr. Gardiner did achieve fascinating spatial effects at times, dispatching a vocal soloist and chitarrone (long-necked lute) accompanist to a side ... «New York Times, May 15»
Monteverdi's 'L'Orfeo,' the first modern opera, has lessons for digital …
Gardiner came equipped with a large orchestra of extravagant period instruments, including four chitarrone, which are lutes with dramatically ... «Los Angeles Times, Apr 15»
Gardiner leads pastoral celebration with memorable 'Orfeo'
... Renaissance/Baroque trombone), and the plucks and plinks of chitarrone (those long-necked lutes, a variant of the theorbo) and harpsichord. «Washington Post, Apr 15»
Vocal and Instrumental Feats Delight
... who wrote the excellent program notes, and Paul O'Dette played chitarrone, lute and Baroque guitar, shone with chops and assurance. «The Boston Musical Intelligencer, Apr 15»
Salamone Rossi as a Jew among Gentiles
... first collection dedicated to Duke Vincenzo: “Cor mio,” originally for five voices, though also prepared as a monody for voice and chitarrone. «OUPblog, Jan 15»
Review: New Trinity Baroque goes old-school with early music for …
... André Laurent O'Neil on baroque cello, Martha Bishop on violone, William Hearn on chitarrone and Gosta directing from the harpsichord and ... «ArtsATL, Dec 14»