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evolution of the violoncello from its origins to 1750.

Roger Bradley Cann

evolution of the violoncello from its origins to 1750.

by Roger Bradley Cann

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Published by University of East Anglia in Norwich .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (M.Mus.) - University of East Anglia, School of Fine Arts and Music, 1974.

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Open LibraryOL13845856M

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Evolution of the violoncello from its origins to 1750 by Roger Bradley Cann Download PDF EPUB FB2

The cello (/ ˈ tʃ ɛ l oʊ / CHEL-oh; plural celli or cellos) or violoncello (/ ˌ v aɪ əl ən ˈ tʃ ɛ l oʊ / VY-ə-lən-CHEL-oh; Italian pronunciation: [vjolonˈtʃɛllo]) is a bowed (and occasionally plucked) string instrument of the violin four strings are usually tuned in perfect fifths: from low to high, C 2, G 2, D 3 and A 3, an octave lower than the ped: c.

from bass violin. This development, which was completed in aroundsignaled the death-knell of the tenor viola, which, although full-sounding, was not particularly agile. From the middle of the 18th century the violoncello, which was actually the violin family’s bass instrument, emerged to take on the role of playing the lower middle (tenor) register.

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Origins of the concerto. The word concerto has given trouble to music historians concerned with word origins because within a century after its first known applications to music, in the early s, it had acquired two meanings that would seem to be mutually meaning still current in Italian is that of “agreement,” or, as in English, of being “in concert.”.

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The principal areas I will cover in this brief discussion of the Baroque Suite are (a) its significance in the history of instrumental music and its origin as stylized dance music, (b) its overall structure and the structure and other characteristics of the individual movements, and (c) some historical and musical facts pertaining to the Suite in C Major for Unaccompanied Violoncello by J.

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This is a readable yet scholarly book. () Occidental origins in the Middle Ages Musical notation helped crystallize the evolution of Western art music. For centuries, chants were only transmitted orally.

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Its shape alone could qualify it as a work of art, but how extraordinary it is that its raison d’être is to produce music which can both dazzle the ear and touch the heart. The violin shares its incomparable assets among its family members, the viola, cello, and double bass, each which in its distinctive voice contributes beyondFile Size: 5MB.

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