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by Peter Holman

  • Author: Peter Holman
  • ISBN: 0521588294
  • ISBN13: 978-0521588294
  • ePub: 1986 kb | FB2: 1409 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Music
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press (November 13, 1999)
  • Pages: 120
  • Rating: 4.6/5
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  • Format: lrf azw doc lit
Dowland: Lachrimae (1604) (Cambridge Music Handbooks) ePub download

Dowland's Lachrimae (1604) is perhaps the greatest but most enigmatic publication of instrumental music from before the eighteenth century.

Dowland's Lachrimae (1604) is perhaps the greatest but most enigmatic publication of instrumental music from before the eighteenth century. This new handbook, the first detailed study of the collection, investigates its publication history, its instrumentation, its place in the history of Renaissance dance music, and its reception history.

Dowland's famous Lachrimae (1604) is the earliest collection of instrumental music generally known to non-specialists, yet it has never been studied in detail before

Dowland's famous Lachrimae (1604) is the earliest collection of instrumental music generally known to non-specialists, yet it has never been studied in detail before. Among other things, this comprehensive guide investigates its publication history, its place in the development of Renaissance dance music, the significance of its writing for particular stringed instruments, and the possible connections between the famous cycle of 'Lachrimae' pavans and Elizabethan conceptions of melancholy. Series: Cambridge Music Handbooks.

Dowlands Lachrimae (1604) is perhaps the greatest but most enigmatic pub- lication of instrumental music from .

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Dowland's famous Lachrimae (1604) is the earliest collection of instrumental music generally known to nonspecialists, yet it has never been studied in detail before

Dowland's famous Lachrimae (1604) is the earliest collection of instrumental music generally known to nonspecialists, yet it has never been studied in detail before. Among other things, this comprehensive guide investigates its publication history, its place in the development of Renaissance dance music, the significance of its writing for particular stringed instruments, and the possible connections between the famous cycle of "Lachrimae" pavans and Elizabethan conceptions of melancholy.

Cambridge Music Handbooks. By (author) Professor Peter Holman. Dowland's Lachrimae (1604) is perhaps the greatest but most enigmatic publication of instrumental music from before the eighteenth century

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Dowland's famous Lachrimae (1604) is the earliest collection of instrumental music generally known to nonspecialists, yet it has never been studied in detail before. Among other things, this comprehensive guide investigates its publication history, its place in the development of Renaissance dance music, the significance of its writing for particular stringed instruments, and the possible connections between the famous cycle of "Lachrimae" pavans and Elizabethan conceptions of melancholy.
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