A Performer's Guide To Music Of The Baroque Period


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Media: Book, CD
Series: A Performer's Guide To Music
Catalogue #: D1924
ISBN: 9781860961922

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A stimulating guide that will help students and teachers achieve stylish performances of music from the Baroque period. Contributors include Christopher Hogwood, Clifford Bartlett and Peter Holman. Includes a full-length CD of excerpts from authoritative recordings.



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This is an excellent survey of Baroque period written by experts in their field. It is in depth and very instructive, especially about the style of play, the instruments used and each of their quality and how they hav been improved. I didn't realise that this is such a big period, covering Louis XIV's Lully and the foundation of the Paris Academy of Music to thedeath of Handel. Truly a mine of good information, accompanied with a very select CD played by the best orchestra with a historic leaning.
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Confirmed purchase: 12 June 2015
Published on: 27 June 2015

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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 03/06/2004
Format: Reference
Length: 148 pages
Language: English
Publisher: ABRSM Publishing
Author: George Pratt; Peter Holman; Davitt Moroney; Andrew Manze; Stephen Preston; John Potter; Clifford Bartlett; Christopher Hogwood
Editor: Anthony Burton

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