Harpsichord Technique: A Guide to Expressivity
Musica Dulce, 1998 - 115 páginas
Designed for use at the keyboard with or without a teacher, this manual combines a technique for harpsichord touch with guidelines for historical performance of Baroque keyboard music. It contains music to play, including 30 Bach/Ricci teaching pieces as well as pieces by J.S.Bach, the Couperins and Georg Boehm. There is also available a companion cassette and CD, with examples from the book and other works.
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Figure 1 ARCHED HAND POSITION
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Harpsichord Technique: A Guide to Expressivity, 2nd Edition, with Recordings
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8th notes accent affect Allemande alternating Appendix appoggiaturas arpeggiated articulation bar lines Baroque music bass beat beginning cadenza century changes Chapter chord communicate complete composer considered consists contains Couperin Courante dance described determining discussed dotted Double duration Edited Example expressive feel Figure final fingers follow Francois Couperin French fugue Georg gesture Gigue hand harmonic rhythm harpsichord History Hold important improvised indicated interpretation Invention J. S. Bach Johann keyboard less listener Little Prelude manner Mattheson measure meter Minor Minuetto motive movement moving notated note lengths note values occur organ ornamental performance phrases piece places playing practice prose release repeated rhythmic Ricci rotation short shortened silences slow sound strong structure style Suite super legato takes tempo tender throughout toccata tones touch translated triplets University Press unmeasured prelude upbeats varied verse voice weak writing written wrote York