Lettione seconda pur della prattica di sonare il violone d’arco da tasti, composta per Silvestro Ganassi dal Fontego desideroso nella pictura, la quale tratta. Donor challenge: Your generous donation will be matched 2-to-1 right now. Your $5 becomes $15! Dear Internet Archive Supporter,. I ask only. Silvestro Ganassi’s La Fontegara (Venice ), a treatise methodologically describing instrumental diminutions, still remains enigmatic. By offering a contextual.
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Note that a few countries have copyright terms longer than 70 years: The illustration from Regola Rubertina lower right, opposite appears to show this hold. His treatises are now available in modern editions.
You must also include a United States public domain tag to indicate why this work is in the public domain in the United States. There are some minor differences from the Forni Facsimile Edition based on the Bologna copycompare f.
English translation based on German edition published in Ganassi’s Regola Rubertina is among the earliest sources of advice to the viol player on how to hold fontrgara bow. Treatise on playing the recorder and ornamentation, published in Venice Methods ; Performance practice ; Writings ; Divisions ; For recorder ; Scores featuring the recorder ; For 1 player ; Fontgeara language.
Contents 1 Performances 2 Sheet Music 2. This image may not be in the public domain in these countries, which moreover do not implement the rule of the shorter term. Opera intitulata Fontegara, la guale insegna a sonare di flauto chon tutta l’arte opportuna a esso istrumento massime il diminuire il guale sara utile ad ogni istrumento di fiato et chorde: His first treatise covers recorder playing: The thumb and middle finger ensure, in holding the bow, that it does not fall, and the index finger serves to strengthen and stabilize it, keeping it on the strings and exerting more or less pressure according to the need.
Sylvestro Ganassi’s Fontegara
They cover both technicalities of playing and the subtleties of expression. You know that the bow is to be held with three fingers, that is to ganasi the thumb, the index and middle fingers. Retrieved from ” http: Opera intitulata Fontegara Venice, Views View Edit History. Men in art Silvestro Ganassi dal Fontego. Information on the source of the scan is lacking.
Work Title Opera intitulata Fontegara Alt ernative. The revival of interest in historically aware musical performance has resulted in renewed interest in Ganassi’s writings. Silvestro di Ganassi dal Fontegoalso given as Sylvestro di Ganassi dal FontegoSilvestro Ganasi dal Fontegoand Silvestro dal Fontego 1 January —  was a Venetian musician and author of two important treatises on instrumental technique.
Sylvestro Ganassi – La fontegara
Some interpretations of this passage conclude that the bow is to be held without touching the hair,  whereas in later bow-holds the fingers tension the hair in order to allow louder or accented playing without the stick of the bow hitting the string.
Opera intitulata Fontegara (Ganassi, Sylvestro)
None [ force assignment ] First Pub lication. I can say that if you wished to play a piece which is in four or five parts while singing the fifth, you would need to use a longer bow than is customarily ganawsi.
This is because the hairs on a longer bow would be less stretched, allowing one to draw the bow with less pressure on the strings while playing a chord. Mexico has years, Jamaica has 95 ganasso, Colombia has 80 years, and Guatemala and Samoa have 75 years. Views Read Edit View history. Sylvestro Ganassi This page was last edited on 26 Aprilat Retrieved from ” https: Then you could use the fingers to stretch the hairs when playing fewer strings or a single string.
In a later passage, however, Ganassi makes it clear that the hair may be tensioned with the fingers in at least some circumstances, for example when playing chords to accompany a song:.