DE CLAVICORDIO VII
Proceedings of the VII International Clavichord Symposium – Magnano, 7-10 September 2005 – Edited by Bernard Brauchli, Alberto Galazzo, & Judith Wardman. 277 pages, 34 black & white illustrations, 53 color illustrations.
Ute Henning, Clavichord Reception in Russia: With Special Reference to the Bach Family
Juan Luis García Orozco and Pablo Padilla, Perspectives on the Clavichord in New Spain
Juan Luis García Orozco and Pablo Padilla, Mexican Clavichords
Grant O'Brien, The Lindholm Clavichord, Stockholm 1791
Eva Helenius, Aspects of the Clavichord in Sweden in the Nineteenth Century
David Ledbetter, German and Swedish Keyboard Arrangements of Seventeenth-Century French Lute Music: A Repertory for Fretted Clavichord?
Paul Bavington, Comparison of Two Eighteenth-Century North German Clavichords
Alfons Huber, Characteristics of Some Viennese Clavichords in the Second Half of the Eighteenth Century
Laurence Libin, New Insights into Tannenberg's Clavichords
Luc Breton, Pseudo-Amplification: A Physical Principle of Stringed Instruments Exemplified in the Lute
Christopher D'Allessandro, Brian F.G. Katz and François Boudet, On the Acoustics of the Clavichord
Gregory Crowell, The Clavichord as a Plucked String Instrument
Christopher Hogwood, The Keyboard Music of John Dowland
Ilton Wjuniski, The Style Luthé in the Harpsichord Works of François Couperin and some Aspects of Their Performance on the Clavichord
Maria Erdman, The Infiltration of Lute Repertoire into Keyboard Music in Poland in the Sixteenth Century
Lothar Bemmann, The Clavichord in Films
Bernard Brauchli, Addenda and Corrigenda to Bernard Brauchli's 'A Comprehensive List of Iconographic Documents on the Clavichord'
Alberto Galazzo, Index of Names view other volumes of De Clavicordio
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