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The crumhorn and other Renaissance windcap instruments
|LC Classifications||ML990.C8 B7 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 458 p. :|
|Number of Pages||458|
|ISBN 10||9060274245, 9060274237|
|LC Control Number||83225594|
The crumhorn and other Renaissance windcap instruments: a contribution to Renaissance organology / Barra Boydell. ML C8 B7 The crumhorn: its history, design, repertory, and technique / by Kenton Terry Meyer. crumhorn (Old Eng. crump; Fr. cromorne; Ger. Krummhorn). Earliest and most common of Renaissance reed-cap instr., the name meaning ‘curved horn’.Characteristic shape is like a fishhook. Name first occurred in describing an org.-stop in Dresden, and this implied that the instr. had been in .
Moeck Descant Crumhorn in C - Krumhorn - Medieval - Renaissance This Moeck Crumhorn is a descant in C at and as would be expected from Moeck, plays very nicely and perfectly in tune across its range. The instrument is is superb condition, has been . By this time the crumhorn, like with nearly all of the other woodwind instruments, had established a true family (exilent/descant, alto, tenor, bass or great bass), and three-voice music-pieces suitable for crumhorns were rather rare in the limited repertory for this instrument.
The Renaissance period in Europe, from the s to the s, was a time of invention and innovation, and this is true of musical instruments as well. While crafting techniques at the time limited what was possible for instruments, there were many different kinds of instruments, some of which became more familiar instruments that we know today. Kelischek Workshop Woodwind Instruments. The Kelischek Workshop produces a wide range of inexpensive plastic windcap instruments, pennywhistles, tabor pipes, and pentatonic recorders. The crumhorns and Kelhorns are the least expensive renaissance windcap instruments currently available from any maker; when serviced, regulated, and tuned in our.
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Lute: the neck of the Renaissance lute was bent back; the strings were tuned in pairs and the fingerboard had frets.; Viols: Flat back and six d fingerboard. Viols were held upright in front of the player rather than tucked under the chin; Crumhorn: double-reed instrument; Sackbut: It's an early kind of trombone.; Trumpet: Without the valve system we know today (it was invented.
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Label: Virgin Veritas - 3 2 3 • Format: 2x, CD Compilation, Reissue • Country: UK • Genre: Classical • Style: Renaissance, Medieval. In fact they were probably one of the earliest windcap instruments in Europe and certainly the most popular in the Renaissance (16th and early 17th centuries).
The crumhorn probably developed in northern Italy in the late 15th century; it soon spread to Germany and to the rest of Europe. Quarterly columns include scholarly book and music reviews, reviews of digital media, as well as lists of books and music recently issued.
Information about new periodicals occurs biannually, and a summary of prices relating to monographs on music and music scores is published annually. The Crumhorn and Other Renaissance Windcap Instruments. InBarra Boydell, who carried out extensive work on the literary and historical sources of the crumhorn, published his authoritative book, The crumhorn and other Renaissance windcap instruments.
4 Ina published dissertation by Kenton Terry Meyer brought some precision to the terminology used for the crumhorn family: 5 the original names ‘exilent’, ‘descant’, 6 ‘tenor/alt’, ‘bass’ and ‘great bass’. Books. The Rise of Opera by Robert Donington. The Crumhorn and Other Renaissance Windcap Instruments by Barra Boydell; Oboe & Fagott by Gunther Joppig.
The Crumhorn and Other Renaissance Windcap Instruments by Barra Boydell; Oboe &. Crumhorn. Crumhorn, also spelled Krummhorn, (from Middle English crump: “crooked”), double-reed wind instrument that flourished between the 15th century and about It consists of a small boxwood pipe of cylindrical bore, curved upward at the lower.
CORNAMUSE: This renaissance "windcap" instrument is very similar to the crumhorn. Like the crumhorn, it has a double reed enclosed inside the windcap, but it does not have the crumhorn's distinctive "crook" shape. The crumhorn is a musical instrument of the woodwind family, most commonly used during the Renaissance period.
In modern times, there has been a. The crumhorn and other Renaissance windcap instruments. A contribution to Renaissance organology by Barra Boydell Book description.
Paperback: pages. Publisher: F. Knuf () Language: 0: The Oboe (Yale Musical Instrument Series) by Mr. Geoffrey Burgess, Bruce Haynes Book ."Crumhorn". The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, second edition, edited by Stanley Sadie and John Tyrrell.
London: Macmillan Publishers. Boydell, Barra. The Crumhorn and Other Renaissance Windcap Instruments: A Contribution to Renaissance Organology. Buren, The Netherlands: Frits Knuf ISBN Hantelmann, Georg.The Loriman pipe is a Renaissance alto windcap instrument designed and produced in our own Early Music Shop Workshop.
It is pitched in f, made from rosewood. It has a straight parallel bore and has a range and sound very similar to the crumhorn. It is a useful .