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Selected Keyboard Books in the Allen Library
Harpsichord history, tuning systems, its role in ensemble, its use in the 20th and 21st centuries, leading Baroque composers, and national styles around the world.
An essential guide to organ history, construction, performance practice, and repertoire.
Discusses issues involved in performing keyboard music from the 17th to the 19th centuries, whether playing on period instruments or on the modern piano.
Reveals the depth of expression that is possible on the harpsichord, and teaches the performer how to achieve it. Contains more than 100 musical examples and a comprehensive bibliography.
A guide to the art of organ playing, with advice on technical performance problems, an explanation of the workings of the instrument, and chapters on interpretation.
Top Databases for Keyboard Players
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