2 edition of Sweelinck"s keyboard music found in the catalog.
Sweelinck"s keyboard music
The Keyboard Music of Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck (book, ) Een onbekende afbeelding van Sweelincks orgel (article, ) The Dutch 17th-Century Tradition of (Improvised) Psalm Variations (article, ) De Sweelinck-overlevering in de Zuidelijke Nederlanden (article, ) Peeter Cornet: Complete Keyboard Music [with Jean Ferrard] (edition, ). Of course vocal music had heavy influence on keyboard or instrumental music of Northern School. We all know that Sweelincks music was influenced by besides Italian, also English and French traditions, not to mention he composed numerous French psalms and chansons.
Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck (født 7. maj , død oktober ) var en nederlandsk organist og komponist på sit instrument kom han til at sætte præg på den nordtyske skrev toccataer, koraler, vokalværker, madrigaler, motetter og salmerDød: oktober , Amsterdam. Shop Sweelinck, Jan Pieterszoon's The complete keyboard works / winsemius, dijk, eichelberger, doeselaar, matter, laar, tuinstra, jaud CD x 9 for sale by melomaan at € on CDandLP - .
Bach: Music in the Castle of Heaven. Knopf. John Eliot Gardiner. Year: keyboard cantatas arnstadt instrumental friedrich vocal chorale composer musicians fugue clavier musician choir You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be. Treats a number of authenticity problems in Sweelinck's keyboard music, concentrating on the tablature LyB2 (D-B, Mus. Ms. Lübbenau Lynar B 2) in particular. This article has been completely rewritten, expanded and integrated a decade later in my book The Keyboard Music of Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck.
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Sweelinck's Keyboard Music (Publications of the Sir Thomas Browne Institute) [Curtis, Alan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Sweelinck's Keyboard Music (Publications of the Sir Thomas Browne Institute)Author: Alan Curtis.
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The keyboard pieces are played by 11 mostly Dutch experts on organs, harpsichords, and virginals of Sweelinck’s time. Sweelinck was familiar with both the latest Italian and English styles, and his music was highly regarded in England. His keyboard works fall into three categories: toccatas, fantasias, and variations on sacred and secular 5/5(5).
Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck (/ ˈ j ɑː n ˈ p iː t ər s oʊ n ˈ s w eɪ l ɪ ŋ k / YAHN PEE-tər-sohn SWAY-link; April or May, – 16 October ) was a Dutch composer, organist, and pedagogue whose work straddled the end of the Renaissance and beginning of the Baroque eras.
He was among the first major keyboard composers of Europe, and his work as a teacher helped establish the. Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck (Composer) Born: May - Deventer, Holland Died: Octo - Amsterdam, Holland Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck [Swelinck, Zwelinck, Sweeling, Sweelingh, Sweling, Swelingh] was Sweelincks keyboard music book Dutch composer, organist, and pedagogue whose work straddled the end of the Renaissance and beginning of the Baroque eras.
The set comes with a book with excellent notes on Sweelinck, the music, and the instruments used in the recordings. It also includes a complete catalog of Sweelinck 's keyboard works, works attributed to Sweelinck, and a few anonymous contemporary works, all also recorded here.9/ Psalmen, 1ste Boek (Psalms, 1st Book) Psalmen, 2de Boek (Psalms, 2nd Book) Psalmen, 3de Boek (Psalms, 3rd Book) Psalmen, 4de Boek (Psalms, 4rd Book) Cantiones Sacrae; Chansons (Songs) Rimes Françoises et Italiennes (French and Italian Rhymes) Verschillende Gelegenheids-compositiën (Diverse compositions) Composition Regeln (Composition Rules)Composer: Sweelinck, Jan Pieterszoon.
His 70 keyboard works consist mainly of fantasias (Fantasia chromatica), echo fantasias, toccatas, and variations. Further reading: Curtis, Alan. Sweelincks's Keyboard Music. London: Oxford University Press, Dirksen, Pieter. The Keyboard Music of Jan Pieterszoon.
Sweelinck clearly knew and took his inspiration from a wide variety of music, especially the keyboard traditions of England and Italy. While contrapuntal compositions such as the fantasia and ricercar are found in his English sources, the toccata is a specifically southern type, his particular models being Claudio Merulo and Andrea Gabrieli.
Compositions by: Sweelinck, Jan Pieterszoon. The following 56 pages are in this category, out of 56 total. – All (56) 🔊 – Recordings (5) 𝐍 – Naxos (13) S – Scores (45) P – Parts (9) A – Arrangements and Transcriptions (31) Ballo del Granduca, SwWV Cantate Domino, SwWV Chantez a Dieu, SwWV Che giova posseder.
In regard to his keyboard music, Philips is considered an Englishman but in Sweelincks musical influence is most evident in these motets with their short phrases of text in dialogue between groups of voices.
The Testament readings in the book of Psalms, II Kings and Samuel. The Ascendit Deus is anAuthor: Melissa Ann Williams. The Department of Music honored a Berkeley professor, composer and important figure in American music, Ernest Bloch (), on the 50th anniversary of his death, with a series of events, including a symposium and concert of his works on Octoand a performance competition on October 5, The symposium featured scholars Davitt Moroney (UC Berkeley), speaking about the.
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His compositions were more widely transmitted in. Alan Curtis, SWEELINCK'S KEYBOARD MUSIc: A STUDY OF ENGLISH ELEMENTS IN SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY DUTCH COMPOSITION(Leiden, Uni-versity Press, [and] London, Oxford University Press, ) Publications of the Sir Thomas Browne Institute, General Series no XIV, blz.
Prijsf39, Het aantal gepubliceerde monografien over Sweelinck is zeer gering. Curt Sachs, Musik und Oper am kurbrandenburgischen Hof, BerlinS. 9 Vgl. zu den hier angeschnittenen Aspekten: Dirksen, The Keyboard Music of Jan P. Sweelinck (vgl. Anm. 10 Vgl. The Complete Keyboard Player: Timeless Hits: Keyboard: Mixed Songbook [Sheet music] Amsco Wise Publications A superb compilation of 59 hit songs for all electronic keyboards by Kenneth Baker with suggested registrations fingering and lyrics plus chord symbols and charts.
From Cindy Cox,at pm: I’m very sad to let you know that Alan Curtis died earlier today. For those of you that didn’t know him, he was a Professor in the Music Department from The Woods so Wilde, by William Byrd (/?–), is taken from the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book and uses a very simple tune for its basis, which is then followed by 13 variations.
Byrd was a contemporary of Sweelinck, and, like Sweelinck’s, Byrd’s keyboard music is best heard on mean-tone instruments. $ / By Bill Holman. Arranged by Bill Holman. For jazz ensemble (). The Bill Holman Big Band Series. From the Count Basie LP I Told You So.
Swing. Grade 4. Score and set of parts. Published by Sierra Music Score and Parts Swing. the last 6 years in book-CD format for the Netherlands and as multiple-CD sets for the international market, embraces the complete vocal and instrumental music output of Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck.
The 6-CD set now being issued concludes this collection (which serves as a remarkable memorial to this influential composer).In shape and melody they resemble neither the ‘German organ fugue’ nor the ‘chamber keyboard fugue’ of which Bach had composed many examples by then (for example the big organ fugues in C, D, D, g etc, and Book One of The WelI-Tempered Clavier respectively).
Furthermore, to the extent to which they are Italianate, the sonatas are also. Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck (Deventer April or May – Amsterdam, 16 October ) was a Dutch composer, organist, and pedagogue. The family moved to Amsterdam in and his father was organist of the Oude Kerk, dying in InAmsterdam became Calvinist as did Sweelinck.