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Historical Organ Techniques and Repertoire, Vol. 3 : Late-Medieval, Before 1460.

Publisher: Wayne Leupold Editions
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Sources of keyboard music before 1460 -- introduction, description of late-medieval organs, pythagorean and quarter-comma meantone tuning, primary sources, performance practice, pedaling, editorial procedure. With 10 illus., bibl., glossary. Critical commentary.

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Historical Organ Techniques and Repertoire, Vol. 12 / Ed. Robin A. Leaver and Daniel Zager.

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Organ Accompaniment of Congregational Song: Historical Documents and Settings. Part 1: Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. With an introduction, sources and editorial notes, and index.

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Historical Organ Techniques and Repertoire, Vol. 17 : Spain, 1550-1650 / Ed. Calvert Johnson.

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This volume contains music by Sebastian Aguilera de Heredia, Juan Bermudo, Antonio de Cabezon, Bernardo Clavijo del Castillo, Francisco Correa de Arauxo, Alonso Mudarra, Francisco de Peraza, Tomas de Santa Maria, and Francisco de Soto. With an introduction and illustrations.

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Historical Organ Techniques and Repertoire, Vol. 2 : Basic Organ Works : Three Free Works.

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Edited by Quentin Faulkner. 37 pages introduction with many music examples. 18 illustrations. Each piece with annotations & suggested registration. Appendixes: 2 ornament tables. Articles on Thuringian organs & on the registra tion of Bach's organ works. Translation of a Griepenkerl text.

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Historical Organ Techniques and Repertoire, Vol. 4 : England, 1660-1730 / edited by Calvert Johnson.

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The first part of this volume presents information on performance practice of music from this period. The second part consists of an anthology of organ music by Purcell, Blow, Croft, and others. With an introduction, musical examples and illustrations.

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Historical Organ Techniques and Repertoire, Vol. 7 : England, 1550-1660.

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Edited by Calvert Johnson. The first part of this volume presents information on the history of organs and organ-playing England, with discussion of performance technique. The second part is an anthology of works by Bull, Byrd, Gibbons, Tallis, Tomkins and others. 8 illustrations and 5 tables.

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Historical Organ Techniques and Repertoire, Vol. 13 / Ed. Robin A. Leaver and Daniel Zager.

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Organ Accompaniment of Congregational Song: Historical Documents and Settings. Part 2: Eighteenth-Century Germany. With an introduction, sources and editorial notes, and index.

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Historical Organ Techniques and Repertoire, Vol. 10 : Italy, 1650-1725 / Ed. by Calvert Johnson.

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This book contains 15 organ compositions by Italian Baroque composers such as Giulio Cesare Aresti, Giovanni Battista Bassani, Bernardo Pasquini and Domenico Zipoli. Includes extensive discussion of playing techniques. With nine illustrations and three tables.

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Historical Organ Techniques and Repertoire, Vol. 8 : Italy, 1725-1830 / ed. by Calvert Johnson.

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The first part of this volume presents a discussion of organs and organ playing in Italy during the 18th and early 19th centuries. The second part contains works by Martini, Cattenacci, Cirri, Gervasoni, Gherardeschi, Pergolesi and Valerj. With a few black & white photos.

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Historical Organ Techniques and Repertoire, Vol. 11 : The Netherlands, 1575-1700.

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Edited by Calvert Johnson. This book contains music for organ from the renaissance and baroque Netherlands, as well as discussion of the organs of the period, and performance issues such as posture, fingering, pedaling, articulation, ornamentation, and rhythm. Compositions include music by…

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Historical Organ Techniques and Repertoire, Vol. 9 : Renaissance, 1500-1550 / ed. Kimberly Marshall.

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Series: Historical Organ Techniques And Repertoire
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This volume contains a discussion of the history and style of Renaissance organ music, as well as a large collection of pieces from Italy, France, Germany and England. With ten illustrations and a bibliography.

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Historical Organ Techniques and Repertoire, Vol. 6 : Italy 1550-1650 / edited by Calvert Johnson.

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The first part of this volume deals with performance practice and technique as it relates to this period. The second part is an anthology of works by composers including Andrea & Giovanni Gabrieli, Frescobaldi, and Alessandro Scarlatti. With an introduction, musical examples and illustrations.

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Historical Organ Techniques and Repertoire, Vol. 5 : England 1730-1830 / edited by Calvert Johnson.

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With description of the compositions, organs. Commentary on posture and hand position, fingering, pedaling, articulation, ornamentation, rhythm, sources. With 11 illus., 3 tables.

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