Author: Larry Palmer,Frances Bedford
Publisher: Scarecrow Press (January 1, 1993)
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This is the first book on the harpsichord of the twentieth century, covering all known makes since the revival began about fifty years ago. The author visited the workshops of makers in Europe and America and discussed with. The author visited the workshops of makers in Europe and America and discussed with them firsthand their philosophies and methods of construction. He evaluates the wide range of contemporary models.
New generation, new aesthetic: Ralph Kirkpatrick - Two "first ladies of the harpsichord" - A golden age: Landowska returns - The past is future - Marathon man: Fernando Valenti - Kits, records, and all that jazz.
Bedford F. Harpsichord and Clavichord Music of the Twentieth Century, foreword by L. Palmer. Palmer L. Harpsichord in America: A Twentieth-Century Revival. Fallen Leaf Press, 1993. 609 p. Bloomington - Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 1989.
Harpsichord solo music seems easier to come by in the 20th century with a lot of proponents of this fabulous . There is a great source for finding modern works for harpsichord:Harpsichord & Clavichord Music Of The Twentieth Century by frances Bedford
Harpsichord solo music seems easier to come by in the 20th century with a lot of proponents of this fabulous instrument. The bias however seems to be towards the older classics; Bach's Harpsichord Concertos (highly recommended of course, but off topic here ); Couperin and Rameau. There is a great source for finding modern works for harpsichord:Harpsichord & Clavichord Music Of The Twentieth Century by frances Bedford. Although it was published in the mid 90's and misses out on all of the recent stuff, it mentions a bucketfull of concertos.
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The harpsichord was an important keyboard instrument in Europe from the 15th through the 18th centuries, and as revived in the 20th, is widely played today. This article gives a history of the harpsichord; for information on the construction of this instrument, its variant forms, and the music composed for it, see harpsichord
Harpsichord in America : A Twentieth-Century Revival.
Harpsichord in America : A Twentieth-Century Revival. By (author) Larry Palmer. Chapter 8 New Generation, New Aesthetic: Ralph Kirkpatrick Chatper 9 Two OFirst Ladies of the HarpsichordO Chapter 10 A Golden Age: Landowska Returns Chapter 11 The Past Is Future Chatper 12 Marathon Man: Fernando Valenti Chapter 13 Kits, Records, and All That Jazz Epilog The Harpsichord Lives Notes Bibliography Index show more.
To peruse the literally hundreds of possible twentieth-century works, see Frances Bedford’s magisterial catalog, Harpsichord and Clavichord Music of the Twentieth Century (Fallen Leaf Press, Berkeley, California, 1993).