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7 Commentsto Beata Viscera - The Dolmetsch Consort - Favourite Recorder Music From Five Centuries

  1. Nele says:
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  2. Fenrizragore says:
    In Chinese music theory, which dates back to the fifth century BC but would later influence the theory of music in Japan, the five notes of the musical scale (called a pentatonic scale) were intimately related to all the other 'fives' based on the five material agents: the directions, the seasons, organs, animals, etc.
  3. Zolotaxe says:
    French and Spanish Music. Recorder. The Schott Recorder Consort Anthology presents a wealth of music from the fifteenth to the seventeenth centuries. Although the bulk of the collection is laid out for a variety of four-part ensembles there are also duets and trios, as well as five- and six-part pieces.
  4. Dilar says:
    Hucbald's early interest in ancient Grecian music theory would attend classical music for centuries to come and be a major subject of study at later conservatories. In Hucbald's case it was a matter of reconciling the secular with the Church and the Gregorian chant (per Pope Gregory I who had held the Papal seat from to ).
  5. Shataxe says:
    Those amateur recorder players who, like me, competed in local music festivals in the past playing similar repertoire, will remember the bird-like figure of Carl Dolmetsch in the adjudicator's chair, with his clipped accent and demonstrations of how trills and mordents should have been played.
  6. Digis says:
    How Dolmetsch breathed new life into the recorder It's not all sandals and beards. The legacy of this early music champion extends to online tutorials and free downloads.
  7. Tygozshura says:
    He was on the staff of the Cork School of Music from to , teaching Recorder and Baroque Chamber Music. He also taught at the Dublin Early Music Centre for nine years. Douglas Gunn is an authority on Irish Music of the 17th and 18th centuries. As a composer, most of Douglas Gunn's output has been choral music.

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