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By George Lawrence Stone

ISBN-10: 1892764067

ISBN-13: 9781892764065

Accents and Rebounds provides accessory exercises and extra complex rhythms to the fundamentals coated in Stick keep watch over, including finesse and keep an eye on to the player's talents. This followup e-book to the vintage Stick keep an eye on, through George Lawrence Stone, comprises sections on accented eighths, accented dotted notes, accented triplets, rebound keep watch over, two-beat roll as opposed to the excitement, accents in innovative rolls utilizing correct and left leads, accents in five-stroke rolls, accents in seven-stroke rolls, and rolling in combined rhythm. while you are partial to Stick keep watch over, Accents and Rebounds provides the precise subsequent steps on your perform regimen.

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Non di meno io la tengho ... un'arte giuditiosissma, oltre alia quale si ricerchi non solo d'esser buon cantore, & ragioneuol contrapuntista; ma d'esser ancora ragioneuol Musico b Theorico' / 'I hold it [the intabulation of music for instruments] to be an art calling for the greatest judgment ... in addition to which one tries not only to be a good singer, and sound contrapuntist, but also to be a sound musician, or theorist' (Galilei FD p 8 [trans in MacClintockFronimo p 36]). Other books disclose that a knowledge of solmization was as important to the instrumentalist as it was to the singer.

Theorists simply could not discuss every possible ramification of their precepts. Moreover, the exceptions to the rules that they do mention, illuminating as they are, do not tell us how common these exceptional cases actually were. The intabulations, then, when coupled with the theoretical guide-lines, provide the truest reflection of contemporary practices that we can hope to obtain. A closer examination of the cadential practices encountered in the intabulations will therefore elucidate Renaissance procedures further.

23 Bermudo, citing Ornithoparchus as his authority, concurred: Tues digamos con Andrea, que como podemos comencar en consonancia imperfecta: podemos acabar en ella. Mayormente siendo tercera mayor: la qual tiene gran perfection por el uso, que apenas ay clausula de a quatro bozes que la una no quede en dezena mayor' / 'For let us say with Andreas [Ornithoparchus] that if we can begin on imperfect consonances, we can end on them. Principally, this involves the major third, which has [such] great perfection for this use that there is scarcely a clausula for four voices in which one [voice] does not remain on a major tenth' (Bermudo Dec v 20, f 13 Ir).

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