Historical Performance Practice in Organ Playing
Baroque and Classical period. This edition: Paperbound. Methods, Musicological books. Book together with music section. 320 pages. Published by Carus Verlag (CA.6000300).
Item Number: CA.6000300
ISBN M-007-10748-2. Language: English.
Volume 1 is organized into two main sections: Part A treats general technical and musical principles, while Part B explores the stylistic differences of interpretation between music of the early and high Baroque eras, the organ music of J. S. Bach and the late Baroque, as well as the organ music of the Classic era. The enclosed volume of music contains a selection of the works referred to in the book. Jon Laukvik's Historical Performance Practice in Organ Playing has become a standard work. It is addressed to organists who wish to integrate the latest knowledge of historical performance practice into their playing today. The insights of this three-volume series are the result of practical and scholarly research which present to the performer in a detailed, easily understandable form a precise view of the customs and goals of performance in previous eras. These volumes are directed not only to organists, but also to organ teachers who are looking for a guide for use in their instruction.
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