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Les Prétentions du Violoncelle: The Cello as a Solo Instrument in France in the pre-Duport Era (1700-1760)
(University of Canterbury. School of Music, 2012)
When Hubert Le Blanc published his Défence de la basse de viole in 1741, the cello had already established itself as a solo instrument in Parisian musical life. Several cellists, both French and foreign, had performed to ...
Andrea Zani (1696-1757) - life and works - through a study of the documents together with a collected edition and thematic catalogue.
(University of Canterbury. Centre for Fine Arts, Music and Theatre, 2010)
Among the numerous eighteenth-century composers of merit whose music remains virtually unknown and unavailable in modern editions, and whose names are absent from the many items of Baroque literature to date, is Andrea ...