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Closely associated with the social elite, the lute occupied a central place in the culture of the Dutch Golden Age. In this first comprehensive study of the instrument's role in seventeenth-century Netherlands, Jan W. J. Burgers explores how it functioned as the universal means of solo music making, group performance, and accompaniment. He showcases famous and obscure musicians; lute music in books and manuscripts; lute makers and the international lute trade; and the instrument's place in Dutch literature and art of the period.
Enhanced by beautiful illustrations, this study constitutes an important contribution to our knowledge about the lute and its Golden Age heyday.
Title: The Lute in the Dutch Golden Age: Musical Culture in the Netherlands ca. 1580-1670 (Amsterdam Studies in the Dutch Golden Age)
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press:
ISBN Number: 9089645527
ISBN Number 13: 9789089645524
Book Condition: Very Good
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Seller ID: Z9089645527Z2
Description: 9089645527 Crisp, clean, unread hardcover with light shelfwear to the boards, no dust jacket as issued with a publisher's mark to one edge - Nice!