6 edition of Playing the Harpsichord found in the catalog.
February 27, 2002
by Dover Publications
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||240|
Playing the Harpsichord by Howard Schott, page paperback, © Illustrations include photos. Illustrations include photos. Pascal Taskin harpsichord pictured on Rating: % positive. The Guardian - Back to home. Home listening: Bach on harpsichord, piano, organ take your pick this is playing of absolute dexterity and musical fidelity, recorded in a beautifully clear.
This is an integrated collection of updated and expanded essays, some of them endorsed by leading harpsichordists. Only a few chapters are specific for the harpsichord: most of the book applies to all the Baroque keyboard instruments. Several colour figures are included, as well as musical examples from well-known Baroque works. Playing the Baroque Harpsichord, eBook. This is an integrated collection of updated and expanded essays, some of them endorsed by leading harpsichordists. A complete history of the harpsichord is included, and a few further chapters are specific for the harpsichord.
This text is a free companion to the eBook Playing the Baroque Harpsichord (Di Veroli ) from now on simply cited as "PBH". Find below, arranged in a logical sequence, a catalogue of highly debatable statements often found in present-day writings related to the harpsichord. Full title: 'Dussek's instructions on the art of playing the pianoforte or harpsichord: being a compleat treatise of the first rudiments of music & containing general & exemplified rules & principles on the art of fingering, making the compleatest work ever offered to the public: to which are added op. 32 expressly composed by Ignace Pleyel, six progressive sonatinas wth. violin accompt. ad.
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Ships from and sold by FREE Shipping on orders over $ Details. The Harpsichord Owner's Guide: A Manual for Buyers and Owners by Edward L. Kottick Paperback $Cited by: 7. This book reveals the depth of expression that is possible on the harpsichord, and teaches the performer how to achieve Playing the Harpsichord book.
Previous books devoted to playing the instrument have either been written for amateurs and beginners with little or no experience on the harpsichord, or they take a scholarly approach/5(6).
Playing the Harpsichord book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This concise volume by an expert is not only a practical manual fo 4/5. By Howard Schott. Piano Book.
This concise volume by an expert is not only a practical manual for the performer but also an authoritative history of the instrument. In covering the essentials of performance practice and musical style for the classical repertoire, the text provides important suggestions for mastering basic touch, fingering,Category: Textbook-Piano.
Get this from a library. Playing the harpsichord. [Howard Schott] -- Not only a practical manual for the performer but also an authoritative history of the instrument and its literature. In covering the essentials of performance practice and musical style for the.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: This ed. originally published: Includes index. Description: 3 pages, 8 pages of plates.
Designed for use at the keyboard, this book combines technique for harpsichord touch with guidelines for historically informed performance of Baroque music. It includes a variety of teaching pieces and 2 CDs Playing the Baroque Harpsichord, Essays on the Instrument, Interpretation and Performance.
A History of the Harpsichord brings together for the first time more than photographs, illustrations, and drawings of harpsichords in public museums and private collections throughout Europe the United States. Edward L. Kottick draws on his extensive technical knowledge and experience as a harpsichord builder to detail the changing design, structure, and acoustics of the instrument over Reviews: 1.
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In covering the. The art of expressive harpsichord playing was lost when the instrument was replaced by the piano in the nineteenth century. Despite the great strides in harpsichord performance and building made during the last years, the full expressive potential of the instrument has not yet been realized, or sometimes even acknowledged by professionals or amateurs.
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Published Book Review. “Playing the Baroque Harpsichord is a mighty title, encompassing (if it were merely confined to the historical Baroque, c—, which it is not) one hundred and fifty years of instrument making and a panoply of composers and theorists. Every instrument plays a role in classical music, including the harpsichord.
Not all keyboard instruments are touch-sensitive like the piano. Your basic cheapo portable $75 electronic keyboard isn’t, for example. Nor was the piano’s predecessor, the harpsichord. On this keyboard, every note comes out at a medium volume, no matter how hard you hit the [ ].
Standing by itself is an essay about the role of the harpsichord in ensemble playing. The book is framed by two chapters on the instrument.
In the first (ch.1), John Koster defines and explains the differences between the harpsichord types, how the action Author: Thérèse de Goede. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Playing the harpsichord by Howard Schott,St. Cited by: 7. Grammy-nominated harpsichordist Jory Vinikour shared some of his advice for pianists playing harpsichord repertoire on the piano. Articulation on the harpsichord and piano When a piano key is depressed, a hammer strikes a string or strings, but only after a dozen or so other parts have have come into play; from levers to springs.
In Couperin published The Art of Playing the Harpsichord, an introductory method book that discusses everything from how one should sit at the keyboard to practice techniques, hand position and fingering (he still advocates the old method for running down. Given that the first harpsichord kits made by piano-technician-turned-harpsichord-maker, Wolfgang Zuckermann, had no bentsides and were made of plywood, it’s curious that in his book, The Modern Harpsichord, written inhe reveals his taste for authenticity.
He writes warmly about Skowroneck’s instruments which “have flute-like (not. Buy Playing the Harpsichord 1st Paperback ed.
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23 cm. Subject headings Harpsichord--Instruction and study. Holdings Library Blmgtn - Music Library Call Number MTS P5. This book reveals the depth of expression that is possible on the harpsichord, and teaches the performer how to achieve it. Previous books devoted to playing the instrument have either been written for amateurs and beginners with little or no experience on /5(5).