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Victor Rangel-Ribeiro is the author of two widely praised scholarly books on the performance of Baroque music and the chamber music repertory

Victor Rangel-Ribeiro is the author of two widely praised scholarly books on the performance of Baroque music and the chamber music repertory.

Автор: Rangel-Ribeiro, Victor Название: Baroque Music: A Practical Guide for the Performer Издательство: Dover .

Victor Rangel-Ribeiro - Dover Publications Inc. Baroque Music: A Practical Guide for the Performer. Author Victor Rangel-Ribeiro draws upon the writings of . Telemann, Francesco Geminiani, Leopold Mozart, and Giuseppe Tartini to offer advice on the difficult aspects of eighteenth-century German, Italian, and English masterworks. Advancing from relatively simple material to more complex works, this guide begins by outlining the problems inherent in Baroque performance.

Baroque Music, a Practical Guide for the Performer (New York: Schirmer, 1981). Victor Rangel-Ribeiro and Robert Markel. Chamber Music: An International Guide to Works and Their Instrumentation (New York: Facts on File, 1993). Damoreau, Laure-Cinthie, Classic Bel Canto Technique, trans. by Victor Rangel-Ribeiro (Mineola: Dover, 1997). Chausson, Ernest, Selected Songs for Voice and Piano, trans. by Victor Rangel-Ribeiro (Mineola: Dover, 1998). Chausson, Ernest, Concerto in D for Piano, Violin, and String Quartet, Op. 21 in Full Score, ed. by Victor Rangel-Ribeiro (Minneola: Dover, 1999).

Main Author: Rangel-Ribeiro, Victor. Published: New York : Schirmer Books c1981. Subjects: Music 17th century. Music 18th century.

Victor Rangel-Ribeiro. Professional and amateur musicians will appreciate this clear, readable guide to the music of Bach, Handel, Vivaldi, Telemann, and other Baroque composers. Author Victor Rangel-Ribeiro draws upon the writings of C. P. E. Bach, J. J. Quantz, G.

Author Victor Rangel-Ribeiro draws upon the writings of C. Subsequent chapters examine ornamentation and the principles of "figured bass," applying them to various types of works, including keyboard concertos and vocal music.

Victor Rangel-Ribeiro is the author oftwo widely praised scholarly books on the performance of Baroque music and the chamber music repertory. Country of Publication.

Victor Rangel-Ribeiro, Indian writer. Fellow, New York Found Arts, New York City, 1991. Baroque Music: A Practical Guide for the Performer )

Victor Rangel-Ribeiro, Indian writer. Volunteer Vista program Literature Volumes New York City, 1982; Member of Mensa. Baroque Music: A Practical Guide for the Performer ) From dust jacket notes: "For professional and amateur musicians who want to perform the music of Bach, Handel, Vivaldi, Telemann, and other composers of the period, Baroque Music provides a clear, readable guide to the standard repertoire - and more - examining more of the major Baroque works in detail than any other book ever published.

From dust jacket notes: "For professional and amateur musicians who want to perform the music of Bach, Handel, Vivaldi, Telemann, and other composers of the period, Baroque Music provides a clear, readable guide to the standard repertoire - and more - examining more of the major Baroque works in detail than any other book ever published. With wit and clarity, Victor Rangel-Ribeiro draws on the writings of C.P.E. Bach, J.J. Quantz, G._l Telemann, Francesco Geminiani, Leopold Mozart, and Giuseppe Tartini to offer advice to instrumentalists, singers, and conductors seeking to cope with the difficult aspects of eighteenth-century German, Italian, and English Baroque masterworks. Baroque Music shows how to: interpret Baroque ornaments; provide ornamentation where composers provide only a bare melody; accompany from a 'figured bass'; apply Baroque performance practices to the works of individual composers; synthesize and apply knowledge of Baroque music to bring freshness to works in the standard repertoire, as well as to works that may be less familiar. Moving from relatively simple material to more complex works, the performer is continually made aware of the effects of chronology and national milieu on performance and is encouraged to apply all the knowledge he or she acquires directly to the music being performed...."
Baroque Music: A Practical Guide for the Performer download epub
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Author: Victor Rangel-Ribeiro
ISBN: 0028719808
Category: Arts & Photography
Subcategory: Music
Language: English
Publisher: Schirmer Reference (January 1, 1980)
Pages: 256 pages