Vivaldi's Music for Flute and Recorder
Federico Maria Sardelli
Ashgate, 2007 - Music - 336 pages
Federico Maria Sardelli writes from the perspective of a professional baroque flautist as well as that of a scholar, in order to shed light on the often bewildering various sizes and tunings of the recorder and transverse flute families as they relate to Antonio Vivaldi's compositions. Sardelli draws on primary documents to analyse the capable and progressive instrument technique in Vivaldi's music. This new English edition includes a discussion of the much-disputed chronology of Vivaldi's works, and will therefore appeal to Vivaldi scholars in general as well as to those with a particular interest in recorders and flutes.
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