The First Book Of Songs Or Airs Of Four Parts With Tableture For The Lute

Author : John Dowland
ISBN : 374467679X
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The First Book of Songs, or, Airs of Four Parts with Tableture for the Lute is an unchanged, high-quality reprint of the original edition of 1597. Hansebooks is editor of the literature on different topic areas such as research and science, travel and expeditions, cooking and nutrition, medicine, and other genres. As a publisher we focus on the preservation of historical literature. Many works of historical writers and scientists are available today as antiques only. Hansebooks newly publishes these books and contributes to the preservation of literature which has become rare and historical knowledge for the future.
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First Book Of Airs

Author : John Dowland
ISBN : UCSC:32106006240953
Genre : Songs (Medium voice) with lute
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Category: Songs (Medium voice) with lute

Harvard Dictionary Of Music

Author : Willi Apel
ISBN : 0674375017
Genre : Music
File Size : 69.34 MB
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A dictionary of music history and theory, including entries on musical instruments, famous compositions, and the music of individual countries and ethnic groups.
Category: Music

Shakespeare And Music

Author : David Lindley
ISBN : 1903436184
Genre : Drama
File Size : 59.45 MB
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This unique and comprehensive study examines how music affects Shakespeare's plays and addresses the ways in which contemporary audiences responded to it. David Lindley sets the musical scene of Early Modern England, establishing the kinds of music heard in the streets, the alehouses, private residences and the theatres of the period and outlining the period's theoretical understanding of music. Focusing throughout on the plays as theatrical performances, this work analyzes the ways Shakespeare explores and exploits the conflicting perceptions of music at the time and its dramatic and thematic potential.
Category: Drama

The O Level Book

Author : Various Authors
ISBN : 9781843177395
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 49.52 MB
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With the recent scrapping of GCSEs fresh in everyone's minds, The O Level Book is the perfect book to settle that age-old argument between the generations: were the exams of yesteryear really harder than anything children have to face today in the age of calculators and spell checkers? Are contemporary kids less intelligent than previous generations? Here is the chance to find out as the whole family pit their wits against one another in the ultimate generation game, contrasting the schooling of yesteryear with modern educational practices. Testing you on a range of old-school topics: English Language; General Science; Geography and History; Household Cookery; Mathematics. A wonderfully nostalgic yet testing anthology, The O Level Book encourages you to dust off your slide rules and get your thinking caps on to see who will come out on top in your family!
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Island Songs

Author : Godfrey Baldacchino
ISBN : 9780810881785
Genre : Music
File Size : 55.60 MB
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Islands are concentrated "instances" of place, in every sense of the term. As such, there are no better candidates for observing and critiquing the dynamics of globalization. Through the close analysis of musical performance and traditions, the scholarly contributors to Island Songs provide a global review of how island songs, their lyrics, and their singers engage with the challenges of modernity, migration, and social change, uncovering common patterns notwithstanding the diversity and local specificity of their subjects. In this musical exploration of the world of islands, a shared and deep "sense of place" is celebrated in song. This collection of essays is no less than a sonic narrative, an attempt to sing the inherent contradictions and paradoxical modalities of island lives today. Song lyrics, along with their accompanying music, can serve as a barometer of life and major cultural markers of change. Island Songs is a work of sonic anthropology that does more than probe song as a part of the sociocultural life on islands. It illuminates how song performs island life. Gathered here are 15 case study chapters on islands in the Caribbean, North Atlantic, Mediterranean, Baltic, and the South Pacific, all framed by four eclectic, conceptual essay contributions. In Island Songs, islands are presented as distinct vantage points for observing the merger of the local and the global, as poignantly expressed through song. This book brings together the perspectives and experiences of sociologists, anthropologists, geographers, cultural studies specialists, folklorists, ethnomusicologists, singers, and musicians. Island Songs will interest not only ethnomusicologists but any and all scholars interested in the effects of globalization on traditional cultures.
Category: Music