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By Stefan Hagel
This book offers a fundamental reworking of the history of Greek music from the classical period to Roman times. It explains anew the development of ancient melodic notation, embedding it in a context of professional music-making, in a musical culture determined mainly by the dominant instruments, the lyre and the...
Originally published: 2005. New introductions and prefaces added to each volume.
Editing Early Music is designed as a guide to editorial procedures suitable for music written from the Middle Ages to about 1830. In this revised edition the opportunity has been taken to make a number of corrections and to add a Postscript entitled `Stemmatics and Textual Criticism'. The bibliography has...
Covers the treble, tenor, and bass viol. This book has technical instruction and assumes no knowledge beyond an ability to read music. Each point is illustrated with photographs, diagrams, and graded musical exercises. It highlights problems likely to be encountered and shows how they can be overcome.
This is a topical exploration of views and attitudes to the problems of authenticity in early music which have become current over the last few years. This selection of essays aims to stimulate new thought among both scholars and performers about the future of the historical performance movement.