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A New History of Violin Playing: The Vibrato and Lambert Massart's Revolutionary Discovery

Silvela, Zdenko

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ISBN 10: 1581126670 / ISBN 13: 9781581126679
Published by Universal Publishers, 2001
Used Condition: Good Soft cover
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Title: A New History of Violin Playing: The Vibrato...

Publisher: Universal Publishers

Publication Date: 2001

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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Written to be enjoyed by all music lovers, this study reveals for the first time the founder of the vibrato, Lambert Massart--documented by original sources recently discovered by the author. It is the most comprehensive history of the violin available today. It describes the connection between the masters and their pupils from all the major schools; lists the instruments played and owned by each violinist; suggests important recordings to understand each artist; explains the major schools of study; plus a detailed encyclopedia of terms and names so both professional musician or general music lover will enjoy and appreciate the result of more than eleven years of careful study and research.

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From the author: Most interesting for high-profile collectors of manuscript letters, for it contains four, unedited, holograph letters by Kreisler, with musical content, plus one by Ernst, that could be sold to the appropiate person. E-Mail I am in Madrid, Spain.

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