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Gaudenzio Ferrari, his school and the early history of the violin.

Emanuel Winternitz

Gaudenzio Ferrari, his school and the early history of the violin.

Gaudenzio Ferrari, la sua scuola e la protostoria del violino.

by Emanuel Winternitz

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Published by Società conservazione opere arte monumenti Valsesia in Varallo Sesia .
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    Subjects:
  • Ferrari, Gaudenzio, -- ca. 1470-1546,
  • Violin -- History,
  • Music in art

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsND623 F38 W5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination64p.
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18034306M

    Gaudenzio Ferrari (Italian Renaissance painter and sculptor, ca. ) - Consort of the Viola da braccio Family Louis de Silvestre Early Music Johannes Vermeer Guitar For Beginners Music Images Portraits Cool Guitar Playing Guitar Sculpture Classical Music14 pins. Gaudenzio Ferrari (c. –), painter and sculptor, one of the leading representatives of the Lombard school Rosso Fiorentino (–), painter. His masterpiece is generally considered to be the Deposition or Descent from the Cross altarpiece in the Pinacoteca Comunale di Volterra.

    Book of Psalms - jewish, catholic and islamic roots to sung scriptures in public "mass" ceremonies. Often copied as illuminated manuscripts by monks for church libraries and private homes - PSALMS are memorized by the clergy and faithful members of the church to help during difficult times or to give thanks in prayer - SET TO MUSIC they are easier to remember - rhyming often and repeating. The first record of the violin (or rather an instrument that resembles one) is actually a painting by Gaudenzio Ferrari. “Madonna of the Orange Trees”, from Bottom, left of centre, is an infant playing a three-stringed violin. Transformation. From the 16thth centuries many tiny changes were made to the violin.

    His publications include the widely-read An Introduction to Music (, , rev.), but the main thrust of his research had been on the history of string instruments and playing. His History of Violin Playing from its Origins to () is a major work of scholarship. Violin Playing from its Origins to (London, ) was the fi rst book to deal with the history of violin playing against the vast panorama of the violin’s evolution and repertory, and the present author, whose Violin Technique and Performance Practice in the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries (Cambridge, ) takes Boyden 5/5(10).


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The violin, viola, and cello were first made in the early 16th century, in Italy. The earliest evidence for their existence is in paintings by Gaudenzio Ferrari from the s, though Ferrari's instruments had only three strings.

The Academie musicale, a treatise written in by Philibert Jambe de Fer, gives a clear description of the violin family much as we know it today.

Gaudenzio Ferrari: his school and the early history of the violin = Gaudenzio Ferrari: la sua scuola e la protostoria del violino by Emanuel Winternitz (Book) Incontri con Gaudenzio. Raccolta di studi e note su problemi gaudenziani by Luigi Mallé (Book). Emanuel Winternitz, author of The Unknown Leonardo, on LibraryThing.

Gaudenzio Ferrari: his school and the early history of the violin = Leonardo da Vinci--Time and place (1) music (3) music history (6) musical iconography (2) musical instruments (3).

Vol. 26, No. 1, Sep., Published by: Music Library Association. Gaudenzio Ferrari. His School and the Early History of the violin by Emanuel Winternitz. Gaudenzio Ferrari. His School and the Early History of the violin by Emanuel Winternitz (pp.

) Review by: Sol Babitz DOI: /   I read about the 3 string violin David Boyden's book "The History of Violin Playing from Its Origins to ", and the theory came from G. Ferrari's "La Madonna degli Aranci" in Saronno. The problem is, was Gaudenzio Ferrari paiting the "reality".

Painters, in most of the cases, are not photographers, they don't paint the reality. The chapters on violin music should be read in the light of Boy-den's warning, "This book is not concerned with a detailed history of violin music, only with the essential background of the history of violin playing" (p.

Treated as rather condensed "background," his presentation lacks the exploratory spirit of the other sections, de. Winternitz, Emanuel Gaudenzio Ferrari, His School And The Early History Of The Violin / Gaudenzio Ferrari, La Sua Scuola E La Protostoria Del Violino.

Società Conserv. Opere Arte Monumenti Valsesia: Varallo Sesia, Octavo. 64 pp. 20 b/w plates of paintings. " E. Winternitz, Gaudenzio Ferrari: his school and the early history of the violin (New York, ). 15 " Niccolò Tartaglia, Questiti et inventioni diverse (Venice, ), ff; quoted in A. Crombie, Science, optics and music in medieval and early modern thought (London, ), pAuthor: Greg Dean Petersen.

The painting from San Zaccaria Altarpiece is a painting of a vielle (or Renaissance fiddle, as it's called in the article). It's nice, and relevant in that it's a forerunner to the violin. But wouldn't a picture of an early violin be more appropriate.

The painting of La Madonna degli aranci by Gaudenzio Ferrari (from /30) shows an early violin. The violin first appeared in the Brescia area of Northern Italy in the early sixteenth century. From aroundBrescia was home to a school of highly prized string players and famous for makers of all the string instruments of the Renaissance; the viola da gamba, violone, lyra, lyrone, violetta and viola da.

Based on iconographic and literary evidence, the violin can be dated back to There is no agreement among scholars regarding the development of the early violin.

The rebec, fiddle and violoncello are attested to in Gaudenzio Ferrari's frescoes at the church of Saronno and Madonna of the Orange Tree at the church of :Cremona. The Early Violin and Viola: A Practical Guide Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.

Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.,, Free ebooks since History of the violin: composition and performance Sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. During the early days of the violin (s-early s), violins were considered a low-brow instrument and were played, from memory, (1) as an accompaniment to vocal music (doubling the vocal melody); (2) for dancing; and (3) for dinner music.

At this early date, no-one in their right minds could see that instrument as being anything other than a viola da gamba, 4, 5, or 6 string, exept violin enthusiasts desparately looking for a history.

detail of bass instrument Ferrari’s large VIOL. 1 oct. - RENAISSANCE PAINTING 16TH Anonymous Italian painter -Concert in the country:instrumental music. Canvas Musee de l'Hotel Lallemant, Bourges, France. An Introduction to Art and Culture in Ancient Egypt.

A Survey Art in Ancient Egypt from Predynastic Times to the Graeco-Roman Period. Scenes from the Life of St Benedict, fresco cycle in the Sacristy of San Miniato al Monte, Florence ().

Detail from the cupola of Sarrono Cathedral painted by Gaudenzio Ferrari (), showing a cellist [8] Cello by Antonio Stradivari in Cremona,known as the ‘Davidoff’ [11] Early cello neck with wedge-shaped fingerboard,fixed to the ribs by nails,rather than File Size: KB.

My luthier is of the opinion that a large number of Spanish instruments were sold as Italian, and thats why they are seldom come across today, at least in America.

I dunno, I only know of 2 famous makers, Jose Contreras (the Spanish Strad), and the other one. The topic came up today when I. Gaudenzio Ferrari (c.

– 11 ianuarie ) a fost un pictor si sculptor renascentist zio s-a nascut la Valduggia in regiunea Valsesia din Ducatul de spune ca a luat primele lectii de arta la Vercelli de la Gerolamo Giovenone.

Apoi a studiat in Milano, in scoala lui Stefano Scotto si probabil, in cea. A clue to the instrument’s evolution from the medieval rebec and fiddle, and the then-current viola da braccia, is provided by the frescoes of Gaudenzio Ferrari in the cathedral of Saronno (north-west of Cremona), dated to circaand his Madonna of the Orange Trees in the church of Vercelli (west of Cremona), dated But there is.The Cambridge Companion to the Violin offers students, performers and scholars a fascinating and composite survey of the history and repertory of the instrument from its origins to the present day.

The volume comprises fifteen essays, written by a team of ten specialists, and is intended to develop the violin's historical perspective in breadth.Detail from the cupola of Sarrono Cathedral painted by Gaudenzio Ferrari (), based on practical experience and research into the history of the violin and its - The Cambridge Companion to the Cello),andFile Size: KB.