Georg Muffat on Performance Practice

Georg Muffat on Performance Practice : The Texts from Florilegium Primum, Florilegium Secundum, and Auserlesene Instrumentalmusik--A New Translation with Commentary

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"... a fascinating overall impression of the day-to-day concerns and working environment of a professional musician of the late 17th century." -American RecorderThis volume presents Muffat's texts along with variants from his own editions in other languages. Wilson's highly readable supplementary materials make this a useful work for theorists, historians, and performers. The book is particularly enlightening on differences between French and German practice. Treats pitch, ornamentation, bowing, and more.show more

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  • Paperback | 152 pages
  • 175.26 x 248.92 x 10.16mm | 294.83g
  • Indiana University Press
  • Bloomington, IN, United States
  • English
  • REV and Thumb Indexed ed.
  • 0253213975
  • 9780253213976
  • 92,775

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About George Muffat

David K. Wilson is a Baroque violinist based in the San Francisco area. He has taught baroque violin at Indiana University and has performed extensively with period instrument chamber ensembles and orchestras in the United States and in Germany. Professor Thomas Binkley was a noted lutenist and director of early music performances. He founded the early Music Institute at the Indiana University School of Music.Dr. Ingeborg Harer is Assistant Professor at the Universitat fur Musik und darstellende Kunst in Graz, Austria.Dr. Ernest Hoetzl is Assistant Professor of Pedagogy at the Universitat fur Musik und darstellende Kunst in Graz, Austria.Dr Yvonne Luisi-Weichsel teaches in the pedagogy department of the Universitat fur Musik und darstellende Kunst in Graz, Austria.show more

Table of contents

Preliminary Table of Contents:I. Introduction1. Foreword2. Biographical Sketch of Georg Muffat3. Description of the MaterialsII. Translations4. Florilegium Primum, 16955. Florilegium Secoundum, 16906. Auserlesene Instrumentalmusik, 1701III. Commentary7. Muffat's Intentions8. Instruments9. Tuning: Pitch, Temperament, Intonation10. Technique: Bowing Rules, Ornamentation, General Conventions11. German Performance Practice12. Performance Settings13. ConclusionBibliographyshow more