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It was used in 15th- and 16th-century Spain as the equivalent of the lute in Italy and has a large resultant repertory. There were usually five or six [ citation needed ] doubled strings. A bowed version, the vihuela de arco arco meaning bow , was conceived in Spain and made in Italy from One consequence was the phrase vihuela de mano being thereafter applied to the original plucked instrument. The term vihuela became "viola" in Italian "viole" in Fr. Their vihuela-inherited frets made these easier to play in tune than the rebec family precursors of the "da braccio" family , and so they became popular for chamber music. In its most developed form, the vihuela was a guitar-shaped instrument with six double-strings paired courses made of gut.
This second volume of Luis Milan's "Libro de musica de vihuela de mano" entitled "El Maestro Valencia, " was originally a tablature collection containing both solo pieces written for the vihuela a guitar-shaped instrument with six pairs of strings as well as Italian, Spanish and Portuguese songs with vihuela accompaniment. The vihuela was also very popular in Italy, possibly because Naples and Sicily were under the Spanish rule of the House of Aragon. Vihuela de mano. The four-course guitar, in contrast, was played by the common people in the town and countryside, for strumming the chords of popular songs. It was also a much smaller instrument than the vihuela. Italian and Spanish Music for Vihuela de Mano. Massimo Marchese vihuela de mano.
Request PDF | On Jan 1, , Pompeyo Pérez Díaz published The Vihuela de Mano and the Spanish Guitar. A Dictionary of the Makers of Plucked and Bowed.
In more than entries in this first dictionary about Spanish guitar makers, readers will find five centuries of musical instruments making in Spain. In more than fifteen hundred entries in this first Dictionary about Spanish guitar makers, readers will find five centuries of musical instrument making in Spain. Several dynasties of instruments makers can be found as well as the places and streets whre they lived and worked and the social conditions of the times. In the twenty-eight appendices the original version in Spanish is also included information is given about the Ordinances of the Guilds of instruments makers; details about the construction of vihuelas de mano and guitars; names of the master and apprentices and their personal appearance; working conditions, indentures and certificates of examination; inventories of workshops listing the tools and implements of their craft, woods and prices of materials and instruments. An extensive bibliography and documented references are given for readers interested in further research.
Vihuela viola da mano, sl 56cm 5course italian baroque guitar, based on the original sellas model, c. Also 11 instumental music in the 17th century uc learn with flashcards, games, and more for free. To supplement my findings, i also made good use of the librarys foreign language resources in creating my own translations of spanish, german, french, and italian sources. Jose miguel moreno on his new range of classical guitars part 2 from au.
The guitar first came to the Americas with some of the earliest Spanish explorers, soldiers and missionaries. The first guitarists reached the future United States — specifically the Spanish settlement of St. Augustine in Florida — somewhere in the mids. Early Spanish colonists and missionaries brought the aristocratic, six-course vihuela de mano as well as smaller four-course and five-course guitars to the New World. The instrument continued to be played in the New World long after it had gone out of vogue in Spain.
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