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lute music and related writings in the Stammbuch of Johann Stobaeus

Donna M. Arnold

lute music and related writings in the Stammbuch of Johann Stobaeus

by Donna M. Arnold

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stobaeus, Johann, -- 1580-1646.,
  • British Library.,
  • Lute music -- 16th century -- History and criticism.,
  • Lute music -- 17th century -- History and criticism.,
  • Lute -- Instruction and study -- Early works to 1800.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Donna M. Arnold.
    ContributionsStobaeus, Johann, 1580-1646., British Library.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 408 leaves.
    Number of Pages408
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13592038M

    Johann Georg Ebeling (Composer, Hymn-Writer) Born: July (or ) - Lüneburg, Lower Saxony, Germany Died: - Stettin, Germany Johann Georg Ebeling became in Johann Crüger’s successor as cantor of the St. Nicholas Church in Berlin, where Paul Gerhardt at that time was minister. He also served as director of music at the College of St. Nicholas (Schulkollege am grauen Kloster). Johann Krieger () was the younger brother of the Nuremberg composer Johann Philipp Krieger; the latter's music has been more often recorded until now but, at least on the evidence of the present disc, the young fellow's music was every bit as fine.5/5(2).

    5stimmig, 4 Violin- und 1 Baßschlüssel 6stimmig, 3 Violin- und 3 Baßschlüssel Anhang II: 1. Spätere Fassungen von Nr. 11 und Canon duplex im Stammbuch für Johann Gottfried Fulde BWV Canon triplex auf dem Bach-Porträt Johann Gottlob Haußmanns von BWV 2. Auflösungen: (Nr. The Straloch lute book: Canarie / I long for thy virginitie / A Daunce / A Port / Ladie Ann Gordon´s Lilt / Canaries. Song.

    Dürer and Beyond: Central European Drawings in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, – and the exhibition it accompanies focus for the first time on a rich and varied facet of the Museum's collection. Presented in a loosely chronological manner to allow for groupings of works by city, school, and theme, the drawings selected for this catalogue range from rare early Bohemian head studies. Johannes Gutenberg enjoyed his work but he became interested in fixing an education mystery. He eventually came to realize that there was an education gap. Only wealthy people received education, because books were very expensive. Why? Because every single book in Europe was hand written. It would take authors a long time to write one book.


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Lute music and related writings in the Stammbuch of Johann Stobaeus by Donna M. Arnold Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Stammbueh or album of Johann Stobaeus, MS Sloane in the British Library, is dated January 8, Stobaeus, its owner, was Kapellmeister in Konigsberg, East Prussia. The album contains pieces for ten- or eleven-course lute, including dances, secular pieces with generic titles, and settings of chorale tunes.

Other major material includes two short sets of lute instructions Author: Donna May Arnold. --From Donna May Arnold, "The Lute Music and Related Writing in the Stammbuch of Johann Stobaeus," Ph.D. diss., No. Texas State University,pp.

She provides only a summary, no translation. I don't think the instructions should be attr. to Stobaeus. Stobäus, known as Stobaeus Grudentinus Borussus for his birth place, wrote music for liturgical use, as well as songs and compositions for lute. Much of his manuscript music was lost in World War II; what remains is largely held at the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin.

The Lute Music and Related Writings in the Stammbuch of Johann Stobaeus By Donna M. Arnold Topics: Johann Stobaeus, lute musicAuthor: Donna M.

Arnold. The lute music and related writings in the Stammbuch of Johann Stobaeus Donna May Arnold University Microfilms International, c The Stammbuch (c. ) of German lutenist Johann Stobaeus was strident: “The right hand is to be held close to the bridge, and the little finger firmly placed and held down.

The thumb is to be stretched out strongly, so that it stands out almost as a limb to the other fingers. ARNOLD, D.M.

The Lute Music in the Stammbuch of Johann Stobaeus. UMI. ART du faiseur d'instruments de musique Facs. Mink. SEK LI. ART, The, of the Lute in Renaissance Italy - Volume 1: Ricercars. Arnold Donna, The lute music and related writings in the Stammbuch of Johann Stobaeus, disertacija na sveučilištu North Texas State University, Baines Anthony, Fifteenth-century Instruments in Tinctoris’s ‘De Inventione et Usu Musica’, Galpin Society Journal, 3,Banks Jon.

The work was originally divided into two volumes containing two books each. The two volumes became separated in the manuscript tradition, and the first volume became known as the Extracts (also Eclogues) and the second volume became known as the Anthology (also Florilegium).

Joannes Stobaeus (Grieks Ἰωάννης Στοβαίος of. Aufl., Dresden Arnold, Donna: The Lute Music and Related Writings in the Stammbuch of Johann Stobaeus. [Diss.], North Texas State University Arriga, G.: The Renaissance Guitar.

In: La Guitarra Espaola / The Spanish Guitar. The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York, Museo Municipal Madrid. Joannes Stobaeus, from Stobi in Macedonia, was the compiler of a valuable series of extracts from Greek authors. The work was originally divided into two volumes containing two books each.

The two volumes became separated in the manuscript tradition, and the first volume became known as the Extracts and the second volume became known as the Anthology. Modern editions now refer to both volumes as the Anthology.

The Anthology. The Lute Music and Related Writings in the Stammbuch of Johann Stobaeus. Ph.D., Musicology, North Texas State University, p. Additional keywords: archlute, arciliuto, theorbo, baroque lute, Johann David Heinichen, "Flavio Crispo," Antonio Lotti, "Teofane" Burrows, David Lamont.

The Manchester Gamba Book: A Primary Source of. La Serre’s own music is included in F-CECm/Ms. along with airs by composers such as Jean-Baptiste de Bousset, François Couperin and Jean-Philippe Rameau. 26 On this type of music books and thei r repertoire see patrician Haak family, 32 to which Andries van Vossen was related A Newly Discovered Dutch Lute Book: MS Enkhuizen Two antique anthologies preserve many otherwise lost writings - this one from the fifth century by Stobaeus, the other from the ninth, by Photius and Photius is the guide to Stobaeus, one anthology preserving the structure of another.

From Photius, we know the title of Stobaeus’ work (Extracts, Sentences and Precepts), its purpose (to teach his son Septimius), that it was in four books. The opening bars of this piece, found on the same page in the Holmes lute book Dd as Ness 83 (and l also attributed in that source to Francesco da Milano) are very similar to the opening bars of an anonymous fantasia in the Hirsch lute book, found on fol.

65r (note that the model for Ness 83 is found in Hirsch on the following page. Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month of results for Books: Sheet Music & Scores: Composers: Strauss, Johann.

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The two books of Eclogues consist for the most part of extracts conveying the views of earlier poets and. Music by women composers and works and collections influenced by women. Manuscript facsimiles (autographs & copyist manuscripts), facsimiles of first or early editions, together with a selection of modern editions & studies.

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But while comprehensive in its scope, this book centers on the John commentary of Wolfgang Musculus ( ), an influential leader of the Protestant Reformation in the cities.This is a list of composers active during the Renaissance period of European the 14th century is not usually considered by music historians to be part of the musical Renaissance, but part of the Middle Ages, composers active during that time can be found in the List of Medieval ers on this list had some period of significant activity afterbeforeor in.