10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ORPHARION»
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Elizabethan Mythologies: Studies in Poetry, Drama and Music
It would seem reasonable, also, to assume that the design of the orpharion was
likewise intended as an allusion to the legendary instrument that Hermes/
Mercury gave to Orpheus. The close similarities between the cittern and the
Robin Headlam Wells, 1994
Library of Congress Subject Headings
SA headings for forms and types of music that include orpharion or orpharions
and headings with medium of perfomance that include Orpharion or orpharions
Orphëal (May Subd Geog) BT Keyboard instruments Orphéal music (May Subd ...
Library of Congress. Cataloging Policy and Support Office, 2009
A General History of the Science and Practice of Music in ...
' for him of whom we have spoken so much, one part of his booke ' he stole out of
Beurhusius, another out of LOssIUS, peruerting the I) concerning which two last it
may not be amiss here to speak, and first of the Orpharion. It 15 of the following ...
The Lute in Britain: A History of the Instrument and Its Music
Most of those for the orpharion require a seventh course tuned to F. Barley points
out that pieces for lute and orpharion are interchangeable, but that the orpharion
has 'more stringes than the Lute and also hath more frets or stops'.135 There is, ...
A Performer's Guide to Seventeenth-Century Music
The orpharion is a wire-strung instrument with a scalloped outline and a flat or
slightly vaulted back, tuned like a lute. (Robert Spencer has suggested the name
is a combination Of Orpheus and Arion.4z) It was played almost exclusively in ...
Jeffery Kite-Powell, Stewart Carter, 2011
Music from the Age of Shakespeare: A Cultural History
Rut where the lute neck bent, there was a smaller compartment which, when
opened, contained a man- dora.24 Orpharion The orpharion, named for the
mythological musician Orpheus, was "the wire-strung equivalent of the lute."2,i It
Suzanne Lord, David Brinkman, 2003
Performance Practice: A Dictionary-Guide for Musicians
The orpharion (pandore in French) was a later adaptation of the *bandora, an
instrument that appeared in London in the 1560s and presumably earlier in
France. Both the orpharion and the bandora were tuned and played like a lute,
and a ...
Psalms in the Early Modern World
Allison provides numerous choices for potential performers, stating that the works
may “be sung and plaide upon the Lute, Orpharion, Cittem or Base Violl,
severally or altogether, the singing part to be either Tenor or Treble to the
Linda Phyllis Austern, Kari Boyd McBride, David L. Orvis, 2011
A Performer's Guide to Renaissance Music
Mentioned as an alternative to the lute on the title pages of several books of lute
songs,the orpharion may,because of its tuning,be used to play any English lute
music.In fact,in thirty-two household inventories made between 1565 and 1648 ...
Jeffery T. Kite-Powell, 2007
Writing Robert Greene: Essays on England's First Notorious ...
Philautus" (9.18.91) (E. Allde)"Euphewes his censure to Philautus (6.2.30) "
Perymides the black smith" (2.2.2)/ (E. Allde) "Pyremedes the blacke smithe" (6.2.
30) "Greens Orpharion" (2.9.2)/ (E.AIlde) "Greenes Orpharion" (6.2.02) No Entry
Kirk Melnikoff, Edward Gieskes, 2008
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