Contents: House of Stone - -- Turtle Dove & the Crow (3:22) -- There Was a Time (4:14) -- The Runaround (3:06) -- Cavalry (3:16) -- Black Widow (3:14) -- The Doorman (4:31) -- Morphine Girl (4:20) -- Hey Adam (4:08) -- Waltz About Whiskey (3:46) -- Until the Last Light Fades (3:19).
For two bass viols, celli or bass recorders.
This book provides discussion and examples to teach keyboard players how to realize figured bass. The authors focus on the 17th century, in order to offer an alternative to books which focus on the 18th century, and because 17th century harmony is simpler in nature. With an introduction, resource…
Falconieri was a composer and lutenist who spent the last part of his life at the royal chapel of Naples. The pieces in this edition are derived from his 1650 anthology. Edited by Donald Beecher and Bryan Gillingham. With edition notes.
Edited by Donald Beecher. These two pieces are playable on viols, violins, recorders, or other strings or winds. These are imitation ricercari, with canonic treatment of material. With edition notes.
Edited by Donald Beecher. Contents: Canzona I -- Corrente I -- Canzona II -- Corrente II -- Canzona III -- Corrente III. These pieces date from 1638. They are scored for four instruments plus continuo. With edition notes. Continuo realization by Sally Fortino.
Edited by Mary A. Benton. The original 1981 volume has been split into two volumes; this is the first of those volumes.
Abel was the last great gamba virtuoso. These sonatas have been organized by the editor from 27 pieces for gamba composed by Abel. Other changes have been made to make this a performance edition suitable for today's musicians and audiences. With an introduction.
Kühnel's 1698 publication, 14 Sonate o partite ad una o due viole de gamba, represents all the known works of this able composer. The collection includes three sonatas for two violas da gamba and continuo; this edition presents the second of those sonatas. With edition notes.
Finger was one of the leading viola da gamba players in England, as well as a successful composer. This piece, from a 1690 collection of music in the Bodleian Library of Oxford, was most likely composed by Finger but attribution is not absolute. With edition notes.
Edited by Mary A. Benton. 17 three-part pieces from the Bologna manuscript. With edition notes.
Edited by Mary A. Benton. 17 pieces for three parts from the Bologna manuscript. With edition notes.