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Performance Practices in Baroque Keyboard Music

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This video is part of a series that chronicles the history of musical performance practices over the centuries. Dr. Maurice Rinson, musical historian, and keyboard professor Stewart Gordon preside over the musical journey. They explore the performance conventions of the day, as well as the influences from art, architecture, literature, and society, which impacted the music. In this volume, the focus is on the Baroque period, demonstrating its articulation, dynamics, and ornamentation. The works of Bach and other ...
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Overview

This video is part of a series that chronicles the history of musical performance practices over the centuries. Dr. Maurice Rinson, musical historian, and keyboard professor Stewart Gordon preside over the musical journey. They explore the performance conventions of the day, as well as the influences from art, architecture, literature, and society, which impacted the music. In this volume, the focus is on the Baroque period, demonstrating its articulation, dynamics, and ornamentation. The works of Bach and other artists are featured. ~ Rose of Sharon Winter
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/22/2007
  • UPC: 038081208060
  • Original Release: 2003
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  • Source: Warner Brothers Pub.
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:47:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 20,117

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Maurice Hinson Participant
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Performance Practices in Baroque Keyboard Music
3. Introduction and Background [6:00]
4. The Doctrine of Affections [1:31]
5. Opera and Other Vocal Forms [:58]
6. Programmatic Music [:56]
7. Dance [1:53]
8. Organ, Clavichord, Harpsichord [3:59]
9. Piano [11:47]
10. Appoggiatura and Acciaccatura [4:55]
11. Trill and Mordent [3:16]
12. Introduction: J.C. Bach, Dialogue [3:11]
13. B. Pasquini, Three Arias [1:53]
14. G. F. Handel, Aria in G Major, HWV 441 [1:24]
15. J. Kirnberger, La Lutine (Puck) [1:06]
16. G. Muffat, Siciliana in D Minor [1:55]
17. M. Peerson, The Fall of the Leafe [3:55]
18. F. Couperin, Le Moucheron (The Gnat) [1:01]
19. L. Daquin, Le Coucou (The Cuckoo) [1:11]
20. G. Frescobaldi, Gagliarda (Galliard) [1:35]
21. F. Couperin, Allemande in D Minor [3:26]
22. H. Purcell, March, Z. 687 [2:08]
23. A. Valenté, Lo Ballo Dell' Intorcia (Torch Dance) [2:01]
24. J. C. F. Fischer, Prelude and Fugue in C Major From Ariadne Musica [2:49]
25. Conclusion & Credits [2:56]
2. Opening [3:54]
3. Warm-Ups [1:55]
4. Pas de Bourrée/Contretemps de Gavotte [1:50]
5. Use of the Arms [1:05]
6. Minuet [3:03]
7. Allemande [3:21]
8. Courante [4:58]
9. Sarabande [3:36]
10. Bourrée [2:46]
11. Gavotte [2:41]
12. Gigue [2:52]
13. Polonaise [3:46]
14. Rigaudon [3:56]
15. Conclusion & Credits [2:05]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Performance Practices in Baroque Keyboard Music
   Menu Group #1 with 25 chapter(s) covering 01:06:12
      Musical Characteristics
      Keyboard Influences
      Ornamentation
      Exploring the Repertoire
      Maurice Hinson Bio
      Bonus Feature: Baroque Dance
         Basic Steps
         Dances
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