Keyboard music before 1700

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Schirmer Books, 1995 - Music - 373 pages
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This series presents introductory guides to key musical genres in the Western classical canon. Designed for the avid listener or the student of music history, each volume offers chapters exploring principal composers and their works, as well as contextual essays. Written by eminent music scholars, generously illustrated with musical examples, and furnished with suggested bibliographies, Routledge Studies in Musical Genres provide readable yet informative surveys for music lovers and dedicated musicians alike. Book jacket.

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User Review  - Richard Pohl - Goodreads

This unique series of the keyboard music history definitely deserves a great praise for collecting very well-chosen amount of quite sought-after information... I found especially parts on early German ... Read full review

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User Review  - Allen Garvin - Goodreads

Collection of essays, mainly on regional styles (England, France, Germany & Netherlands, Italy, Spain) plus some performance practice notes. The English section was most interesting to me, with a ... Read full review

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The First Centuries of European
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England 23
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France
90
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