Dolmetsch


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Dolmetsch

Arnold. 1858--1940, British musician, born in France. He contributed greatly to the revival of interest in early music and instruments
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She invokes Dolmetsch as part of her generally strong case for returning to the sources--in this case, both the circumstantial evidence of the repertory, and the numerous method books for her instrument published over a span of several centuries.
Thanks to the efforts of pioneers such as Wanda Landowska, Arnold Dolmetsch, Ralph Kirkpatrick, and others in the early decades of the twentieth century, however, the harpsichord began to be played and heard again.
Listeners most familiar with the digital recordings of historically informed performances by Philippe Herreweghe, Ton Koopman, or John Eliot Gardiner will be intrigued by interpretations of Alfred Cortot, Adolf Busch, and Arnold Dolmetsch.
For fixed connectivity, we chose BreezeACCESS because it is the total package," remarked John Dolmetsch, BIG's Chief Information Officer.
For this program, lutenist Jacob Heringman draws on two manuscript collections of the late sixteenth century, both produced in Tuscany: the Siena Lute Book and an untitled collection currently held in the Dolmetsch Library in Haslemere, the Netherlands.
Carl Dolmetsch and the recorder repertoire of the 20th century.
Instead of investing in manpower, training and equipment, BIG Wireless will enable Tech Data's reseller customers to focus their time and resources on identifying and pursuing new business opportunities," said John Dolmetsch, CTO, BIG Wireless.
The second chapter, even briefer, presents capsule biographies of the most important "personalities" in twentieth-century recorder playing, Carl Dolmetsch, Frans Bruggen, David Munrow, Michael Vetter, and Hans-Martin Linde, as well as notes on recorder playing around the world today.
Issay Alexandrovich: L Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge: L (3) Dohler, Theodor: MSS (2) Dohnanyi, Erno: L, MS (C 1) Dohrn, Georg: L Dolmetsch, Arnold: L Don, Sir William Henry: L (2) Done, William: L Donizetti, Gaetano: D, L (11), MSS (9) Donzelli, Domenico: L (2) Doppler, Franz: L Dorn, Alexander: L Dorn, Heinrich Ludwig Egmont: L Dotzauer, Friedrich: L Dowden, Dicky: L Downes, Olin: L (2) Dowton, ?
Adlam relates how the revival of early instrument building in England, particularly the early work of Dolmetsch, was sparked by tile arts and crafts movement founded by William Morris.
Pinto is generous in his praise for Murray Lefkowitz and also for Arnold Dolmetsch, who is not always given due credit for his pioneering work of many kinds, and who was an enthusiastic proponent of Lawes.
He was one of the three D's of early music (Arnold Dolmetsch, his teacher, and Thurston Dart were the others), whose examples as performers and scholars have had such a profound influence.