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Synonyms for cembalo

a clavier with strings that are plucked by plectra mounted on pivots

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9) 1961 20-Mayo-1961 1963 30-Octubre-1968 1964 1964 5-Junio-1994 1964 6-Diciembre-1966 1978 20-Octubre-1978 1982 1985 * Dentro de su produccion para instrumentos de teclado se incluye tambien el Ricercare per il cembalo, escrita en 1965 Tabla 2--Estructura del pasillo colombiano y del Pasillo de Mario Gomez-Vignes Forma pasillo tradicional y Pasillo de AA BB AA C G.
22) Another protegee of the ospedali, Anna Bon de Venezia (1740-after 1767), who had been admitted to the Ospedale della Pieta at the age of three, had her VI Sonate da camera per il flauto traversiere e violoncello e cembalo published in Nuremberg in 1756 by the widow of Balthasar Schmidt, one of the bestknown German music publishers at the time.
Musically, we can observe stylistic parallels generally between the two composers, but more specifically the Sei sonate per cembalo (1757) correspond neatly with the earlier Bach collections, and the volumes of the Sammlung with Bach's Kenner und Liebhaber series, which, the editors suggest, may have provided a model for Benda's publication.
40) Fra Giorgio de Vecchi perished when his galley capsized in the treacherous currents off Capri in 1646, while Fra Fausto Bulgarini drowned when his corsair ship ran aground in a storm off Cembalo in 1606: Ugurgieri, Pompe sanesi, ii, 275, 229.
In ciascuna stavano quattro donne che remavano e una sedeva a poppa suonando il cembalo.
It is interesting that throughout this entire period, Rolla was listed after Vincenzo Lavigna, maestro al cembalo, in the printed programs.
Andare col cembalo in colombaia [Crashing cymbals in the quiet dovecote Hand A] (c.
The earliest work from the catalogue is the opus 1 Sonate a violino e violoncello e cembalo of the Venetian Giuseppe Trevisani, published in 1706; the last score included, an occasional work by Charles-Louis-Joseph Andre, was published in 1794.
Of the remaining contributions, those by Edgar Lieber ('Klaviermechanik und Spielart'), Bram Gatjen ('Das Hammerklavier - akustisches Bindeglied zwischen Clavichord, Cembalo und modernem Flugel?
The notes are largely the same, but Wollny has also most usefully given main variants on small ossia staves, something he had already done in his performing version for Barenreiter in 2004 (Sechs Sonaten fur Violine und obligates Cembalo, BWV 1014-1019).
The cembalo part includes on the top staff the musical substance of the first violin in all tutti sections, and the interplay between solo and accompanying instruments is marked as "solo" and "tutti.
Bach: Sonaten fur Viola da gamba & Cembalo (Harmonia.
49 It is derived from Gottlieb Muffat's Componimenti musicali per il cembalo, according to F.
Eingerichtet fur Cembalo oder Orgel von = Set for the Harpsichord or Organ by Francesco Geminiani (1743) & Anonymous (ca.