Musical instruments and their symbolism in Western art.
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Fenwick Music - Books
Instruments de musique.
Musical instruments in art.
Musique dans l'art.
Symbolism in art.
Symbolisme dans l'art.
240 pages facsimiles, 96 plates 26 cm
Includes bibliographical references.
The visual arts as a source for the historian of music -- The knowledge of musical instruments as an aid to the art historian -- The survival of the Kithara and the evolution of the English cittern: a study in morphology -- Bagpipes and hurdy-gurdies in their social setting -- The lira de braccio -- Early violins in paintings by Gaudenzio Ferrari and his school -- The golden harpsichord and Todini's Galleria Armonica -- The importance of Quattrocento intarsias for the history of musical instruments -- Quattrocento science in the Gubbio study -- Bagpipes for the lord -- On angel concerts in the 15th century: a critical approach to realism and symbolism in sacred painting -- The curse of Pallas Athena -- Muses and music in a burial chapel: an interpretation of Filippino Lippi's window wall in the Cappella Strozzi -- Musical archaeology if the renaissance in Raphael's Parnassus -- The inspired musician: a 16th century musical pastiche -- Musical instruments for the stage in paintings by Filippino Lippi, Piero di Cosimo, and Lorenzo Costa.
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