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Anglo-German Heinrich Schutz Festival. Coventry - London. May 8th - 16th, 1963
1 Anglo-German Heinrich Schutz Festival. Coventry - London. May 8th - 16th, 1963
Paperback Very Good 
47pp, 9pp advertisements. Full programme for the event. Previous owner's initials. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
 
 
Arturo Toscanini - a Concert to Commemorate. Royal Festival Hall Sunday, June 16th, 1957
2 Arturo Toscanini - a Concert to Commemorate. Royal Festival Hall Sunday, June 16th, 1957
The Narod Press Paperback Very Good 
The Halle Orchestra conducted by Sir John Barbirolli, Gioconda de Vito, Violin. Concert in aid of the Toscanini Forest, Lower Galilee, Israel. 
Price: 5.00 GBP
 
 
English Bach Festival - London. June 16th to July 13th, 1969
3 English Bach Festival - London. June 16th to July 13th, 1969
Arts Council 1969 Paperback Very Good 
186pp, Programme for the 1969 English Bach Festival, which was held at various venues in London. The programme gives details of all concerts with individual essays on each, the musicians taking part, and a biographical note and photograph. 
Price: 6.00 GBP
 
 
Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. IL Barbiere Di Siviglia. Monday 16th May, 1960. Programme The First Performance of a New Production
4 Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. IL Barbiere Di Siviglia. Monday 16th May, 1960. Programme The First Performance of a New Production
1960 Paperback Very Good- 
Numerous press clippins loosely inserted. Slight creasing and marking. 
Price: 6.00 GBP
 
 
The Lute Society Journal Volume XVI
5 The Lute Society Journal Volume XVI
The Lute Society. 1974 Card Covers Very Good 
88pp, plates, text figures. Contents include: - The Tunings of the Four-Course French Cittem and of the Four-Course Guitar in the 16th century; Lute Making in the Late 15th and 16th Century; A Possible Source of Lachrimae. 
Price: 5.00 GBP
 
 
6 Brown, Howard Mayer; D'Accone, Frank A. & Owens, Jessie Ann London British Library MS Egerton 3665 ("The Tregian Manuscript")
New York Garland Publishing 1988 0824014561 / 9780824014568 Hardcover Very Good+ 
Volumes 7a & 7b in series. Introduction by Frank A. D'Accone. Corners very slightly bumped. Previous owner's signature on endpaper. Very heavy, 4.75kg+. Extra postage will be requested, please contact us. ; Renaissance Music in Facsimile: Sources Central to the Music of the Late Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries 
Price: 180.00 GBP
 
 
Select English Songs and Dialogues of the 16th and 17th Centuries. Book L, Dolmetsch, Arnold
7 Dolmetsch, Arnold Select English Songs and Dialogues of the 16th and 17th Centuries. Book L
Boosey & Co 1898 Paperback Good+ 
36pp. (Robert Johnson, John Jenkins, Nicholas Laneare, William Lawes, Henry Lawes, William Webb) Wear to edges of cover & slight area of loss of surface probably from removal of label. 
Price: 12.00 GBP
 
 
Ten Madrigals for Mixed Voices, Gabrieli, Andrea (edited by Denis Arnold)
8 Gabrieli, Andrea (edited by Denis Arnold) Ten Madrigals for Mixed Voices
Oxford University Press 1970 0193435918 / 9780193435919 Paperback Very Good 
79pp. ; Sheet Music 
Price: 8.00 GBP
 
 
Early Music Vol 13 No 3 August 1985, Kenyon Nicholas
9 Kenyon Nicholas Early Music Vol 13 No 3 August 1985
Oxford University Press Paperback Very Good 
Many illustrations, music examples. Contents includes: - Messiah and Progress in Victorian England; Handel's London theatre orchestra; ‘La Pecorina’ at Mantua, Musica Nova at Florence; New light on Ockeghem's Missa ‘Mi-mi’ The Guitar and Italian song; A Trio in C major for recorder, violin and continuo by J. S. Bach? 16th-century Venetian wind instrument makers and their clients; Giovanni Girolamo Savoldo's Portrait of a Man with a Recorder; Musica ficta; Handel's Appoggiaturas: a tradition destroyed. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
 
 
Early Music Vol 14 No 2 May 1986, Kenyon Nicholas
10 Kenyon Nicholas Early Music Vol 14 No 2 May 1986
Oxford University Press Paperback Very Good 
Many illustrations, music examples. Contents include: New dances for the Ball: The Annual Collections of France and England in the 18th century; Triple pavans: clues to some mysteries in 16th-century dance; Spectacle in Milan: Cesare Negri's torch dances; What did Prince Henry do with his feet on Sunday 19 August 1604? ; Dance and dance music in the Netherlands in the 18th century; ‘Ill-compliments and arbitrary taste’? : Geminiani's directions for performers; A 17th-century French manuscript on organ performance. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
 
 
Early Music Vol XVI No 4 November 1988, Kenyon Nicholas
11 Kenyon Nicholas Early Music Vol XVI No 4 November 1988
Oxford University Press Paperback Very Good 
Many illustrations, music examples. Contents include: When is an Orchestra not an Orchestra? ; The instrumentation of Handel's early Italian works; Italian oratorio and the Baroque Orchestra; Improvized ornamentation in a Handel aria with obbligato wind accompaniment; Newly found works of C. P. E. Bach; C. P. E. Bach and the tradition of Passion music in Hamburg; Performing C. P. E. Bach: some open questions; Morality and music: a study of a Flemish transformation scene of the later 16th century. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
 
 
Early Music Vol XVIII No 3 August 1990, Kenyon Nicholas
12 Kenyon Nicholas Early Music Vol XVIII No 3 August 1990
Oxford University Press Paperback Very Good 
Many illustrations, colour and b/w, music examples. Contents include: The Vestal Virgin and the Fire-stealer: memory, creation and authenticity; Instrumental music in the early 16th-century Mass: new evidence; Two polyphonic istampite from the 14th century; Six new dances by kellom Tomlinson: a recently discovered manuscript; ‘And Now About the Cauldron Sing’: music and the supernatural on the Restoration stage; Handel, the Dead March and a newly identified trombone movement; What Samuel Pepys heard on 3 February 1661: English trumpet style under later Stuart monarchs; Farinelli revisited. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
 
 
Early Music Vol 14 No 3 August 1986, Kenyon, Nicholas
13 Kenyon, Nicholas Early Music Vol 14 No 3 August 1986
Oxford University Press Paperback Very Good 
Many illustrations, music examples. Contents include: Imagery, musical confrontation and cultural difference in early 18th-century London; The 15th–century balli tunes: a new look; Monteverdi's earliest extant ballet; Swedish sword dances in the 16th and 17th centuries; Music at the Pietà before Vivaldi; Public opera and the trials of the Teatro San Moisè ; A curious instrument with a five-octave compass; Graham Pont's ‘Paradigm of Inconsistency’. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
 
 
Bach Studies from Dublin, Leahy, Anne & Tomita, Yo
14 Leahy, Anne & Tomita, Yo Bach Studies from Dublin
Dublin Four Courts Press 2004 1851828575 / 9781851828579 Hardcover; Blue Cloth, Silver Titles New in Fine dust jacket 
270pp, illustrations, music examples. Selected papers presented at the ninth biennial conference on Baroque music, held at Trinity College Dublin from 12th to 16th July 2000 (The conference had a special emphasis on Bach Studies as it commemorated the 250th anniversary of the death of Bach. ) ; Irish Musical Studies 
Price: 40.00 GBP
 
 
Music and Musicians in the Escorial Liturgy under the Habsburgs, 1563-1700, Noone, Michael
15 Noone, Michael Music and Musicians in the Escorial Liturgy under the Habsburgs, 1563-1700
Rochester University Press 1998 1878822713 / 9781878822710 Hardcover Fine in Near Fine dust jacket 
416pp, colour frontis, illustrations. An examination of the performance and composition of liturgical music at El Escorial from 1563 to the death of Charles II in 1700. A fine copy in a very slightly bumped dust jacket. ; Eastman Studies in Music 
Price: 25.00 GBP
 
 
Cristóbal De Morales. Sources, Influences, Reception, Rees, Owen and Nelson, Bernadette
16 Rees, Owen and Nelson, Bernadette Cristóbal De Morales. Sources, Influences, Reception
Boydell Press 2007 1843833115 / 9781843833116 Hardcover New in Fine dust jacket 
478pp, text figures, music examples. Cristóbal de Morales was the most famous Spanish composer of the mid sixteenth century. This volume examines numerous aspects of the composer's works, and also provides the first comprehensive published list of the composer's works and their sources. A heavy book, extra postage may be requested. New copy. ; Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Music 
Price: 32.00 GBP
 
 
Early Music Vol 2 No 2 April 1974, Thomson, J.M.
17 Thomson, J.M. Early Music Vol 2 No 2 April 1974
Oxford University Press Paperback Very Good 
Many illustrations, music examples. Contents include: Dance and dance music of the 16th century; Anyone for the galliard? ; The harpsichord reviva; The London College of Furniture; Frans Brueggen on the baroque recorder; The lute music of Robert Johnson. A small area has been cut from the title page giving details of the subscription terms, this has cut into a plate on the verso. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
 
 
Early Music Vol 3 No 3 July 1975, Thomson, J.M.
18 Thomson, J.M. Early Music Vol 3 No 3 July 1975
Oxford University Press Paperback Very Good 
Many illustrations, music examples. Contents include: Secular musical practice in sacred art; Performance practices in the frottola; Arnold Dolmetsch; Bend the finger at all three joints: A first-hand records of Landowska's teaching methods; The ‘Authentic’ sound of early music; First steps towards playing the cornett—2; Woods used for woodwind since the 16th century 2: A descriptive dictionary of the principal woods mentioned; Performing early music on record–1: A retrospective and prospective survey of the music of the Italian trecento. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
 
 
Aural Images of Lost Traditions: Sharps and Flats in the Sixteenth Century, Toft, Robert
19 Toft, Robert Aural Images of Lost Traditions: Sharps and Flats in the Sixteenth Century
Toronto University Press 1992 0802059295 / 9780802059291 Hardcover New in Fine dust jacket 
199pp One of the challenges facing musicians trying to recreate Renaissance music is the absence and ambiguity of pitch notation in the sources of vocal music. 16th century singers were expected to know how to make the appropriate alterations themselves. Through a comparative study of vocal sources, contemporary intabulations of vocal music, and musical treatises, the range of possibilities open to the performer and which sharps and flats practising musicians actually incorporated in their performances are documented. 
Price: 25.00 GBP
 


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