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Ganassi, Sylvestro - La Fontegara - Schule des kunstvollen Flötenspiels und Lehrbuch des Diminuierens (Venedig 1535)
Ganassi, Sylvestro - La Fontegara - Schule des kunstvollen Flötenspiels und Lehrbuch des Diminuierens (Venedig 1535) Ganassi, Sylvestro - La Fontegara - Schule des kunstvollen Flötenspiels und Lehrbuch des Diminuierens (Venedig 1535) Ganassi, Sylvestro - La Fontegara - Schule des kunstvollen Flötenspiels und Lehrbuch des Diminuierens (Venedig 1535)

Ganassi, Sylvestro - La Fontegara - Schule des kunstvollen Flötenspiels und Lehrbuch des Diminuierens (Venedig 1535)

EUR 21,50
incl. 7 % VAT
Available, enough stock
Available, enough stock
Product.Nr.: RL16360

product description

Silvestro Ganassi's La Fontegara (Venice 1535), a treatise methodologically describing instrumental diminutions, still remains enigmatic. By offering a contextual interpretation, an analysis of its musical style and a critical English translation, this interdisciplinary study aims to make this fundamental treatise accessible to both scholars of the Italian Renaissance and musicians.