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Luis Milan on Sixteenth-Century Performance Practice : Publications of the Early Music Institute - Luis Gasser

Luis Milan on Sixteenth-Century Performance Practice

Publications of the Early Music Institute

Paperback

Published: 1st June 1996
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..". valuable... impressive..." -- The Times Literary Supplement

"For anyone interested in MilAn's music, this is an excellent source of information." -- Renaissance Quarterly

Luis MilAn (1536-1561) was a lutenist, singer, composer, and poet. His collection of lute tablatures, El Maestro, is the first book of instrumental music known to have been printed in Spain. Luis GAsser discusses MilAn's attention to modality, his use of meter, and the ornamentation in his songs and fantasA-as.

"... valuable ... impressive ..." - The Times Literary Supplement "For anyone interested in Milon's music, this is an excellent source of information." - Renaissance Quarterly

Foreword by George Houle Acknowledgments 1. Introduction 2. Background Biography of Milan The Dukes of Calabria and their Valencian court MilanOs religious beliefs Naples The Cancioneros 3. El Cortesano General plan Style Performance 4. El Maestro Background General plan Modality Tempo indications Meter, tactus and time signature Text setting Ornamentation Songs Fantasias: Style and structure MilanOs tablature Tuning and temperament Notes Bibliography Incipits Index

ISBN: 9780253210180
ISBN-10: 0253210186
Series: Publications of the Early Music Institute
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 232
Published: 1st June 1996
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.6  x 1.2
Weight (kg): 0.34