2 edition of String-instrument making in medieval England and some Oxford harpmakers, 1380-1466 found in the catalog.
String-instrument making in medieval England and some Oxford harpmakers, 1380-1466
|Statement||(Reprinted from the Galpin Society journal, no. XXXI, 1978).|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||(24) p., plates :|
|Number of Pages||24|
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String-Instrument making in Medieval England and some Oxford Harpmakers 13 8o ALMOST nothing is known about the stringed-instrument makers of medieval England. Even the few names that can be recovered from documentary sources are largely unknown to musicological literature.1 How many makers were there, and what was their status.
Title: String-Instrument Making in Medieval England and Some Oxford Harpmakers Created Date: Z. New Oxford History of Music 3. Oxford: Oxford University Press, E-mail Citation» This is the earlier edition of Volume 3 of this series, which discusses the instruments, their depictions in iconography, and their presence in literature.
It is a very good general discussion of the instruments in European society without much technical data. Instrument making in the UK has ancient roots, the earliest British-made instruments that survive are the Sutton Hoo Lyre made in the 6th-7th century, and the 14th century Warwick Castle Citole from the 14th century, one of the most significant masterpieces of medieval European decorative art.
Instruments and their Music in the Middle Ages book. Instruments and their Music in the Middle Ages. This is a collection of twenty-nine of the most influential articles and papers about medieval musical instruments and their repertory. The authors discuss the construction of the instruments, their playing technique, the occasions for which Author: Timothy J.
McGee. The New Oxford History of Music: Vol. III, Ars Nova and the Renaissance, String-Instrument Making in Medieval England and Some Oxford Harpmakers Lute-Book. The gemshorn is a medieval flute. Its shape is determined naturally since it is made from the horn of a chamois or ox.
The tone has a sweet color something like a soft recorder. Its haunting delicate sound is impressive when one considers the ordinary material from which it is constructed. Shepherds probably used its gentle tones to calm animals. The origins of the lute can be traced to BC, says the ClassicOL website.
Despite only appearing in Europe in the 14th century, it is one of the best-known stringed instruments from the medieval period. The lute shares some characteristics with the modern guitar, but the body is rounded and there are no fixed frets. Those taking the paper will be able to enhance their understanding of medieval history by thinking more about the history and culture of regions beyond Europe during medieval centuries, about parallels and contrasts between the approaches and evidence bases used by scholars of extra-European and European history in the centuries between and.
An Introduction to Medieval England (–) Duke William of Normandy’s resounding triumph over King Harold at the Battle of Hastings in marked the dawn of a new era. The overthrow of the Saxon kingdom of England was to transform the country the Normans conquered, from how it was organised and governed to its language and customs.
Music in Medieval England, from the end of Roman rule in the fifth century until the Reformation in the sixteenth century, was a diverse and rich culture, including sacred and secular music and ranging from the popular to the elite. The sources of English secular music are much more limited than for ecclesiastical music.
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Early string instrument makers--a comprehensive list of more than makers, restorers, repairers & sellers of early violins, viols, lutes, harps, dulcimers, mandolins, and other stringed instruments.
Source St Peter’s Basilica, the heart of the Roman Catholic Church both in medieval times and today oxford big ideas history 8: australian curriculum chapter three medieval europe Then, in the mid 14th century, the Black Death struck. It killed about 25 million people, about a quarter (or more).
The Musical instruments would also be used by the Medieval musicians: the Minstrels or Troubadours. The oldest Medieval musical instrument was the human voice. The spread of Christianity in the Dark Ages and the early Medieval period led to the popularity of hymns and secular songs.
The earliest Church organ dates back to to the 8th Century. Stringed instrument - Stringed instrument - Artistry in instrument making: There is no reason to suppose that the shape of an instrument is governed only by acoustic requirements; it seems often to be the other way around: the symbolically appropriate shape preferred by a given culture produces a particular tone quality, which then becomes the desirable one.
Synopsis This guide to making stringed instruments contains over diagrams together with explanatory text. It is written by a craftsman who specializes in making stringed instruments and who understands beginners' problems and who provides sensible solutions to them.
The first project, a Reviews: Stringed instrument - Stringed instrument - The development of stringed instruments: Little or no evidence is available concerning the chordophones of prehistoric times: the earliest iconographic evidence and the oldest surviving specimens come from Mesopotamia and Egypt, and evidence concerning instruments earlier than these can be gleaned only from myth and legend.
Early music of the British Isles, from the earliest recorded times until the beginnings of the Baroque in the 17th century, was a diverse and rich culture, including sacred and secular music and ranging from the popular to the elite.
Each of the major nations of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales retained unique forms of music and of instrumentation, but British music was highly influenced. They can be used at Renaissance fairs, medieval weddings, and reenactments. The also make great collectible pieces and learning tools.
These instruments are fully functional (except where noted) and are great quality. We offer a vast range of products within a range in prices. You are sure to find something to suit your style and pocket book here.The Medieval Period of music is the period from the years c to It is the longest “period” of music (it covers years!!) and runs right through from around the time of the fall of the Western Roman Empire to the beginning of the Renaissance.
Here is an overview of several features of Medieval music that is good for you to have an understanding of." B. Durham, ‘Archaeological investigations in St Aldate's, Oxford’, Oxoniensia, xlii (), pp–, and C. Page, ‘String-instrument making in medieval England and some Oxford harpmakers ’, Galpin Society Journal, xxxi (), pp–67, esp.
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