2 edition of Thematic index of music for viols found in the catalog.
Thematic index of music for viols
Kept up-to-date by supplements.
|Statement||compiled by Gordon Dodd.|
|Contributions||Viola da Gamba Society (Great Britain)|
|LC Classifications||ML128.V35 D6 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (loose-leaf) :|
|LC Control Number||83115565|
Viol, also called viola da gamba, bowed, stringed musical instrument used principally in chamber music of the 16th to the 18th century. The viol shares with the Renaissance lute the tuning of its six strings (two fourths, a major third, two fourths) and the gut frets on its neck. It was made in three sizes: treble, tenor, and bass, with the bottom string tuned, respectively, to d, G (or A), and D. Grove Music Online uses abbreviations for general terms, in bibliographies, and for library archives.. General Abbreviations - The abbreviations for music terms, places, academic degrees, etc. Includes the many abbreviations used in work-lists.; Bibliographical Abbreviations - Abbreviations used in bibliographic citations for periodical titles, standard reference books, and series.
Chronological List of Tablatures from the 's. T he following chronological list includes existing plucked-string tablatures from , as well as sources known to have existed that are now lost. Note that the list contains primarily music in some form of lute or guitar tablature, not music in staff notation that might possibly have been played on the lute or other plucked string. Pacific Northwest Viols to celebrate the fifteenth anniversary of our founding. The theme was selected from among ones suggested by the members. Its first performance was conducted by the composer at the final Play Day of our anniversary season. Score Treble 1 Treble 2 or Tenor 1 Tenor 2 Bass: Ayton, Will.
The Viola da Gamba Society Thematic Index of Music for Viols, ed. Gordon Dodd, published in six instalments (London, –92); seventh instalment, ed. by Andrew Ashbee (CD-ROM, London, ). References below are to the second edition of the complete Index, with revisions byCited by: 3. Musical Creativity in Restoration England is the first comprehensive investigation of approaches to creating music in late seventeenth-century England. Understanding creativity during this period is particularly challenging because many of our basic assumptions about composition - such as concepts of originality, inspiration and genius - were Cited by: 6.
English instrumental music,1 and which was maintained by Nathalie Dolmetsch until, inthe material was entrusted to Gordon Dodd. Much welcome influence and impetus came from Ernst H. Meyer’s catalogue of and his book of From onwards, thematic index sheets in tabular.
HISTORY The Society's Thematic Index of Music for Viols was produced as a paper copy in six instalments between andedited by Gordon Dodd.
He then handed the project to Andrew Ashbee and a seventh instalment was issued on CD-ROM in In the whole Index was issued on CD-ROM and the paper copy was discontinued.
Thematic catalogs (Music) Thematic catalogs Catalogues thématiques: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dodd, Gordon. Thematic index of music for viols (OCoLC) Online version: Dodd, Gordon.
Thematic index of music for viols (OCoLC) Material Type: Updating loose-leaf: Document Type: Continually Updated Resource: All. The Music Library Association is the professional association for music libraries and librarianship in the United States. Founded init has an international membership of librarians, musicians, scholars, educators, and members of the book and music trades.
Book Description. The Viola da Gamba Society Thematic Index of Music for Viols (ed. Gordon Dodd), (and continuing), is composer-based. The present volume initiates a companion project to catalogue manuscripts containing consort music. The editors are all highly experienced in the field and have newly examined all sources.
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Oldman Prize for an Outstanding Work of Music Bibliography by the International Association of Music Libraries – is an outgrowth of The Viola da Gamba Society Thematic Index of Music for Viols, –92 (and continuing), a renowned scholarly resource originally. Thematic Indexes Used in Library of Congress NACO Authority Files Background At the Music Library Association Annual Meeting held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in Februaryit was determined there was a need for a list of thematic indexes currently being used in the creation of authorized and variant access points in the Library of Congress/NACO Authority File (LC/NAF).
The Viola da Gamba Society Thematic Index of Music for Viols (ed. Gordon Dodd), (and continuing), is composer-based. The present volume initiates a companion project to catalogue manuscripts containing consort by: 4.
dodd, gordon j.: thematic index of music for viols third instalment. DODD, Gordon • THEMATIC INDEX OF MUSIC FOR VIOLS (Viola da Gamba Society, ) - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free.
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Blacker and David Pinto, ‘Desperately Seeking William: Portraits of the Lawes Brothers in Context’, appeared in Author: Andrew Ashbee. The lyra viol is a small bass viol, used primarily in England in the seventeenth century.
Described as "the smallest of the bass viols", one should consider that the consort bass was much larger in 17th century England than most bass viols nowadays (hovering between 78 and 80 cm string length, while the division viol hovers around 76 cm (30 inches according to Christopher Simpson).Classification: Bowed string instrument.
The list below includes all pages in the category "For viol".This includes works originally scored for solo viol (or viola da gamba). See also Scores featuring the viol.
→ Sort this list by work type, instrumentation, composer, and more. The viol (also referred to as the viola da gamba, or gamba) is a European bowed and fretted string instrument played on the leg (da gamba), used at court and in the home primarily during the Renaissance and Baroque periods.
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Lists a large number of published works for viols, as well as works for viol(s) with other instruments. Thematic Index of Music for Viols By Gordon Dodd. Allen Library Reference [REF ML V81 D6] Lists themes for hundreds of works for viols. Indicates publication information where applicable.
The Bass Viol in French Baroque Chamber Music, by Julie Anne Sadie, – Arts and Letters Club (Toronto) controversy over transfer of viols to Hart House, –19, 22–23 purchase of Head’s collection of viols, –12 Ashbee, Andrew Consort Music for Viols in Four Parts, by John Jenkins; edited by Andrew Ashbee (review by.
The viol (/ ˈ v aɪ ə l /), viola da gamba (Italian: [ˈvjɔːla da ˈɡamba]), or informally gamba, is any one of a family of bowed, fretted and stringed instruments with hollow wooden bodies and pegboxes where the tension on the strings can be increased or decreased to adjust the pitch of each of the strings.
Frets on the viol are usually made of gut, tied on the fingerboard around the Developed: Late 15th century from the vihuela. This volume – the second of a proposed 5-volume series (volume 1 was published in and was awarded the C. B. Oldman Prize for an Outstanding Work of Music Bibliography by the International Association of Music Libraries – is an outgrowth of The Viola da Gamba Society Thematic Index of Music for Viols, –92 (and continuing), a renowned scholarly resource originally compiled by.years of music for saxophone: bibliographical index of music and educational literature for the saxophone, Cherry Hill, NJ, USA: Roncorp, c Gives brief biographical information for lots of composers whose biographical information cannot be found elsewhere.
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