For treble viol, flute, bass viol, lute, cittern, and pandora.
|Statement||Collected by Thomas Morley, 1599 & 1611. Reconstructed and edited with an introduction and critical notes by Sydney Beck. Foreword by Carleton Sprague Smith.|
|LC Classifications||M681 M6 F5 1959|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, score (194 p.)|
|Number of Pages||194|
The first book of consort lessons collected by Thomas Morley. Collection of Music for ' Broken Consort ', Reads: ' The first booke of consort lessons, made by diuers exquisite authors, for fixe instruments to play together: viz, the Treble Lute, the Pandora, the Citterne, the Base - Violl, the Flute, and the Treble - Violl. The First Book of Consort Lessons by Thomas Morley is the principal publication issued during the Renaissance for the strange ensemble known as the Broken Consort with its three plucked string instruments -- lute, cittern and pandora -- combined with two. Thomas Morley: The First Book of Consort Lessons的话题 (全部 条) 什么是话题 无论是一部作品、一个人，还是一件事，都往往可以衍生出许多不同的话题。. Check out Morley: The First Book Of Consort Lessons by La Caccia, Patrick Denecker, Philippe Malfeyt on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on 3/5(1).
Thomas Morley's () First Book of Consort Lessons was one of the first examples of a 'broken consort'. Indeed that term is also known as a "Morley Consort". It consists of a consort comprising instruments from more than one family both strings and woodwind, for example. Thomas Morley's First Book of Consort Lessons (For the Bass Viol, Flute, Treble Viol, Pandora, Lute, and Cithern) [Casey, William] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Thomas Morley's First Book of Consort Lessons (For the Format: Paperback. This First Book of Consort Lessons, published by Morley, includes music by Peter Phillips, Richard Alison, John Dowland, Orlando Gibbons, William Byrd, Daniel Bachiler, and an anonymous composer, as well as Morley himself. The pieces include arrangements of madrigals, including Morley's famous "Now is the month of May" and Dowland's "Can she Price: $ The "consort lessons" compiled here by composer and publisher Thomas Morley were for the distinctively English broken consort, which Morley himself brought to the world of Elizabethan court and noble entertainment. It was among the first large heterogenous instrumental ensembles, but its exact composition has been a matter of debate.7/