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Pianoforte, a social history of the piano
|Other titles||Pianoforte, oder, Der Roman des Klaviers im 19. Jahrhundert. English.|
|Statement||translated from the German by Harriet Goodman ; introduction by Anthony Burgess.|
|LC Classifications||ML650 .H5313 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||207|
|LC Control Number||88-4314|
Pollens's The Early Pianoforte is the most important book on this subject, in that the continuity in the development of the hammer action before Cristofori has not been treated in great depth in the previous books on the history of the piano. The book is thus highly recommended for the technical specialist, restorer, and organologist. At another level is the fascinating history of the Steinway family, the Steinway company, history of the pianoforte sprinkled with glimpses of New York real estate and social history, and fascinating stories about composers and noted performers.5/5(5).
The grand pianoforte was ordered for the year-old Victoria by her uncle, King William IV, in It is the instrument on which she learnt how to play from her teacher Mrs. Lucy Anderson. David Rowland traces the history of piano pedaling from its beginnings in the eighteenth century to its first maturity in the middle of the nineteenth century and beyond. Pedaling technique was a major feature of nineteenth-century piano performance and, coupled with new developments in piano structure, inspired many composers to write Author: David Rowland.
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$ music This aptly titled book reflects the 19th-century view of the piano as a romantic "hero," and indeed the instrument generated a great body of music, legendary performers, and an international industry. In short chapters Hildebrandt explores these and other aspects of the piano, including its role in 19th-century by: Pianoforte book.
Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. According to Dieter Hildebrandt, the piano is a revolutionary figure and /5(3). Anyone interested in classical piano music likely will find this book a delight to read.
The piano's "social" history is an adventure story about its emergence and incredible expansion during the 19th century and the responsiveness of composers, many of whom were child prodigies, to this emergence/5. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Translation of: Pianoforte, oder, Der Roman des Klaviers im Jahrhundert.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc History Nonfiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hildebrandt, Dieter, Pianoforte, a social history of. Pianoforte, a social history of the piano by Hildebrandt, Dieter, Publication date Pianoforte, oder, Der Roman des Klaviers im Jahrhundert Includes index Bibliography: p.
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Pianoforte, a Social History of the Piano Dieter Hildebrandt, Author, Harriet Goodman, Translator George Braziller $ (p) ISBN Buy this book. The tonal range of the piano increased from the five octaves of the pianoforte to the seven and more octaves found on modern pianos.
Upright Piano Aroundthe upright piano was created by Johann Schmidt of Salzburg, Austria, and later improved in by Thomas Loud of London whose upright piano had strings that ran : Mary Bellis. The piano is an acoustic, stringed musical instrument invented in Italy by Bartolomeo Cristofori around the year (the exact year is uncertain), in which the strings are struck by wooden hammers that are coated with a softer material.
(Modern hammers are covered with dense wool felt; some early pianos used leather.) It is played using a keyboard, which is a row of keys (small levers) that Hornbostel–Sachs classification:. By Arthur Loesser. Piano Book. Internationally known pianist's delightful "piano's-eye view" of western European and American social history (17th century to the present).
With wit and erudition, Mr. Loesser traces the history of the instrument's design and manufacture and music written for itfrom the clavichord and harpsichord to the modernCategory: Textbook-Piano. Click to read more about Pianoforte: A Social History of the Piano by Dieter Hildebrandt.
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Course Number and Name: GEH Social History of Piano Prof/Lecturer: Dr. Koo, Siaw-Sing Sem taken: Y3S1 AY19/20 Modular Credits: 4 On the 10th August I tot is: I had required a GEH pillar to finish my GEM requirements.
While looking through the list, this module caught my interest. It seems to cover the basic. Madeline acquired a square piano at an auction in and traced its history from its dispatch from John Broadwood’s London premises in July The social history as well as musical history is absolutely fascinating – and some well known names come up.
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This book will be of interest to pianists, historians of the piano, musicologists, museum curators and conservators, as well as keyboard instrument makers, restorers, and tuners. Pianoforte: A Social History of the Piano, trans.
Goodman, Harriet (London, Melbourne, Auckland, Author: Stewart Pollens. The Pianoforte in the Classical Era aims to chronicle the history of the instrument from the s, when this belated period of enthusiasm and development began, to the second decade of the nineteenth century.
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THE VICTORIAN PIANO TUTOR BOOK. Today, Fisher’s book gives us a glimpse into the world of the Victorian piano teacher. A similar perspective is found in Mrs Curwen’s Pianoforte Method  first published, complete with a ‘Guide’ for teachers, in Click here to access an online version.
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