The vihuela de mano and its music (1536-1576)

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Vihuela., Vihuela music -- History and criti
Statementby John Milton Ward.
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Paginationxii, 490, [54] leaves :
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minor, 7, min7, maj7, b5, sus4, aug, dim, 6, m6, 6/9, m7b5, 11, 13 and many more. Mel Bay's Vihuela Chord Book is one of the most comprehensive onthe market, perfect for the aspiring mariachi. Seller Inventory. Original printed music for the Spanish vihuela de mano came into being during a short but productive period, In all, seven collections devoted exclusively or principally to the instrument were printed.

In addition, four printed books included music for the vihuela or other instruments. The earliest known treatise containing musical examples and tutorials for the vihuela was published by the Spanish composer Luis de Milán in In his book Libro de música de vihuela de mano intitulado El maestro, the composer combined pieces of various genres, equipping them with theoretical aspects and exercises of ascending difficulty level that could provide an opportunity to.

CD Notes While the vihuela de mano has been somewhat of an enigma in the historical instrument movement of the past few decades, its music for the most part is very straightforward.

Many performers have felt they have too few historical references on which to base a stylistic performance.5/5(2). The vihuela, as it was known in Spanish, was called the viola de mà in Catalan, viola da mano in Italian and viola de mão in Portuguese.

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The two names are functionally synonymous and interchangeable. In its most developed form, the vihuela was a guitar-shaped instrument with six double-strings (paired courses) made of as were tuned identically to their contemporary Renaissance lute.

There is no essential difference between the viola de mano and its Spanish equivalent the vihuela de mano. Important source on instruments: Juan Bermudo "Declaración de Instrumentos Musicales" published in Osuna (). To study musical forms: Howard Meyers, "Music of the Renaissance".

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2) The so-called “Marianita” or “Quito” vihuela. This instrument is preserved at the “Iglesia de la Compañía de Jesús” in Quito (Ecuador) and belonged to Saint Mariana de Paredes ().

There are many accounts the saint accompanying herself on this instrument and for that reason, it. Griffiths. “ At Court and at Home with the vihuela de mano: Current perspectives of the Instrument, its Music and its World ”.

Journal of the Lute Society of America 22 (): J. Griffiths. “ Mudarra’s Harp Fantasy: History and Analysis ”. Australian Guitar Journal 1 (): J.

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While the Renaissance lute was played in most parts of Europe, it was the vihuela de mano that the 16th-century Spanish aristocracy preferred, the small guitarra being consigned to the hands of people of lower rank. Supported by powerful and wealthy patrons of music, professional vihuela players developed their art to a hitherto unknown level of excellence, combining polyphonic writing in the.

vihuela book El Parnaso (Mount Parnassus), where Apollo resided and played his lyra surrounded by the Muses. Even Luis de Milán's vihuela book, which is entitled El maestro (The Teacher) to emphasize its pedagogical purpose, includes an illustration of Orpheus playing the vihuela de mano.1 The title pages of lute books published by Italian.

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1 PREVIEW 3 Libros de musica en cifras para vihuela, Book 1 3 Libros de musica en cifras para vihuela, Book 1: Fantasia que contrahaze la harpa en la manera de. MUSIC FOR THE VIHUELA. The repertoire that survives for the vihuela comprises nearly works, of which are found in seven printed vihuela books.

These are listed in chronological order: Luis Milán, Libro de Musica de vihuela de mano ntitulado El Maestro (Valencia,) Luis de Narváez. In late 16th century, fading of the Spanish and Portugal style of complex polyphonic music led to the abandonment of wide use of all types of Vihuela - “Vihuela de mano” (which was played with fingers), “Vihuela de penola” (played with plectrum) and “Vihuela de arco” (played with the bow).

Its descendants continued to be used. For more early music as well as poetry, short stories, and art, please visit my website at You might also like to visit my YouTu. Luys Milán (or Luis de Milán) lived from about to about He was a Spanish renaissance composer, and seems largely to have specialised in writing, and publishing music for the vihuela de mano, a forerunner and variant of the modern guitar (which usually has six doubled strings)/5(6).

Luis de Milán is certainly the most renowned of the composers for Vihuela, and his sole music publication the very substantial "El Maestro" Libro de música de vihuela de mano intitulado El maestro published in is the first known book of instrumental music to have been printed in is also another first, as it is one of the first documents to specify verbal tempo indications in music.

The vihuela had a rather short life: little more than half a century passed from the edition of El Maestro (), which was the first tablature published in Spain, to the disappearance of the instrument.5/5(3).

John Ward, The Vihuela De Mano and Its Music(New York University: Ph.D. dissertation, ) pp. The earliest comparative description of a small guitar (the four course Renaissance guitarra, predecessor of the ukulele and modern six string guitar) is found in the prologue to Orphenica Lyra, a book of vihuela tablature by Miguel Fuenllana.

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Recercare: 2. 3 Libros de musica en cifras para vihuela, Book 1: Fantasia facil: 3. 3 Libros de musica en cifras para vihuela, Book 1: Pavana de Alexandre: 4.

3 Libros de musica en cifras. The reasons for its decline are complex, including the cultural displacement of Spanish music and musical instruments at court (such as the arpa de dos órdenes and the vihuela) in favor of Italian and French music and instruments (violin, harpsichord, lute, etc.).

Luis Milán was born of noble parents at Valencia and presumably died there. His Libro de música de vihuela de mano; Intitulado El Maestro (/) was the first of the seven vihuela tablature books published in 16th-century Spain. He also published two other books: a book on parlor games for gallants and their ladies to play, Libro de motes de damas y caualleros; Intitulado el juego de.

Luis de Milán (also known as Lluís del Milà or Luys Milán) (c. – c. ) was a Spanish Renaissance composer, vihuelist, and writer on was the first composer in history to publish music for the vihuela de mano, an instrument employed primarily in the Iberian peninsula and some of the Italian states during the 15th and 16th centuries, and he was also one of the first.

It may have been intended as a book for students of the vihuela.

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Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations. Wikipedia Hide extended text He was the first composer in history to publish music for the vihuela de mano, an instrument employed primarily in the Iberian peninsula and some of the Italian psvane during.

The seven books of music for vihuela de mano printed in Spain in the sixteenth century both participate in and stand apart from the wider tradition of printed music for popular consumption in the early modern period.

The inclusion of intabulations of vocal works both sacred and secular, popular songs, and idiomatic instrumental pieces render them similar to most other books of printed.From this time the vihuela de mano developed its own repertoire that included arrangements of polyphonic vocal music as well as original music, most notably fantasías and variations, or diferencias as they were known.

There is also a substantial number of songs surviving for vihuela and voice.- At Court and at Home with the Vihuela de mano: Current Perspectives of the Instrument, its Music and its World - Santa Maria and the Printing of Instrumental Music in Sixteenth-Century Spain - Where Has Fortune Gone Music-Iconographical Problems in Sultzbach’s Viola da Mano Books.