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Andrea Damiani: Method for renaissance lute

Method for renaissance lute. Damiani, Andrea
 
Titre

Method for renaissance lute

Compositeur

Andrea Damiani

Instrumentation

Luth

Editeur Ut Orpheus Edizioni
   
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  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • CHAPTER 1. TUNING AND TABLATURE
    Tuning - Tablature (French tablature - Italian tablature - Rhythm symbols - Fingering and other symbols) - Stringing and doubling - Tuning practice (Practical advice on tuning - Tuning problems) - Strings
  • CHAPTER 2. BASIC TECHNIQUES
    Posture and position of the lute - Right-hand position - Right-hand functions - Sound production (Positioning p - Forearm movement - Attack - Positioning i) - Alternating p and i - Finger articulation for polyphonic passages (Positioning p - Positioning i) - Preparatory exercises - Differences from guitar technique - Body control
  • CHAPTER 3. THE RIGHT HAND
    Forearm and accentuation - Fingering
  • CHAPTER 4. THE LEFT HAND
    General principals - Preparatory exercises - Avoiding stiffness - Differences from guitar technique - Hand coordination
  • CHAPTER 5. SCALES
    Right-hand scale technique (Forearm movement - Finger articulation - Integrating the two techniques)
  • CHAPTER 6. EXERCISES FOR TWO LUTES
    Exercises on a ground bass - Contrapuntal exercises - Articulation - Dances and ground basses
  • CHAPTER 7. SHIFTING LEFT-HAND POSITIONS
    Fundamental principals - Position changes using the same finger - Position changes by substitution - Position changes by jump
  • CHAPTER 8. EXERCISES FOR TWO LUTES WITH POSITION CHANGE
  • CHAPTER 9. RIGHT-HAND TECHNIQUE IN POLYPHONIC MUSIC
    p-i articulation - Positioning m - Rest stroke with p - Left-hand positions and movement - m-i articulation - Combining p, i and m - Easy pieces in two voices - Two-voice scales
  • CHAPTER 10. COUNTERPOINT
    Voice progression and intervals - The species - Florid counterpoint - Imitation - Syncopation - Suspension
  • CHAPTER 11. CONTRAPUNTAL PIECES IN TWO VOICES
  • CHAPTER 12. THREE VOICES
    The right hand - Combining chords and single notes - Repeated chords and monophonic passages - Arpeggios - Chords and counterpoint
  • CHAPTER 13. CONTRAPUNTAL PIECES IN THREE VOICES
    Technical aspects: three-voice scales, the barre - Contrapuntal pieces in three voices
  • CHAPTER 14. CHORDS OF FOUR OR MORE NOTES
    The ring finger (a) - Five- and six-note chords - Chords played with p
  • CHAPTER 15. IDIOMATIC LUTE COMPOSITIONS
    Chords and divisions - Characteristics of lute composition
  • CHAPTER 16. TRANSFORMATION OF LUTE TECHNIQUE DURING THE 16th CENTURY
    Evolution of right-hand position - Exercises for m-i alternation
  • CHAPTER 17. TECHNIQUE
    Scales (Full-length scales in all keys - Scales with divisions) - Speed - Left-hand legato and ornamentation - The barre (Preparatory exercises - Barre exercises) - Scales in two and more voices (Two-voice scales - Three-voice scales) - Polyphonic patterns - Right-hand exercises
  • CHAPTER 18. RENAISSANCE PERFORMANCE PRACTICE
    Interpretation (Rhetoric - Sound quality - Rhythmic inequality) - Ornamentation (16th-century sources - The first half of the 16th century - The second half of the 16th century - The first half of the 17th century - The Elizabethans)
  • CHAPTER 19. TEMPERAMENT
    Meantone temperament - Equal temperament
(ISMN 9790215305083)