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Author Carter, Stewart, 1944-

Title The trombone in the Renaissance : a history in pictures and documents / by Stewart Carter.

Published Hillsdale, NY : Pendragon Press, c2012.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Southbank  788.931909 CART    AVAILABLE
Physical description xiv, 492 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
Series Bucina. The Historic Brass Society series ; no. 8
Bucina ; no. 8.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 455-471) and index.
Contents Introduction -- Part I : The fifteenth century -- Italy through 1499 -- France and the Low Countries through 1499 -- Germany through 1499 -- Spain through 1499 -- Portugal through 1499 -- Part II : The Sixteenth Century -- England, 1495-1599 -- Italy, 1500-1599 -- France, 1500-1599 -- The Low Countries, 1500-1599 -- Germany, 1500-1599 -- Spain, 1500-1599 -- Portugal, 1500-1599 -- Asia, Africa, and the New World, 1500-1599 -- Scandinavia, 1400-1599 -- Eastern Europe, 1500-1599 -- Conclusion -- Appendix 1 : Trombones made before 1600 -- Appendix 2 : Documents.
Summary The trombone is one of the oldest instruments of Western art music in use today, for its modern form differs little from that at its inception in the fifteenth century. With more than 100 illustrations and nearly 400 original documents, many of them not previously available in English translation, this book traces the development of the instrument's physical form, musical use, and social function during the Renaissance. From its initial appearance with shawms in the alta band, the instrument moved gradually to a more refined position, joining with cornetts and violins and accompanying voices in church music. By the late sixteenth century it was one of the most widely used instruments in Western Europe [Publisher description]
Subject Trombone -- History -- 15th century.
Trombone -- History -- 16th century.
ISBN 9781576472064 (alk. paper)
157647206X (alk. paper)