Repertory for recorders (1670-1780) of Patricio Portell: bibliography for recorder, flageolet and galoubet.
The recorder enjoyed its golden age from the late 17th century to the first half of the 18th century.
Not only was the instrument part of the orchestra of kings and the theatre companies of major town in Europe, but it also contributed to the enjoyment of small, intimate performed in the Châteaux and residences of the flourishing bourgeoisie who were eager to listen to music. it is mainly for this public that an enormous number of scores were printed in order to satisfy the growing circles of music lovers. Everything was printed, from erudite to fashionable music, from church to chamber music, to please all tastes and styles. until now, no bibliography of music for the flute, printed during the period when this instrument enjoyed so much popularity, has been published.
This bibliography helps to identify over one thousand titles of works composed directly or indirectly for the recorder. This work makes it possible to locate and, therefore, learn all about a vast musical repertory that has been lying dormant on the shelves of librairies, just wainting to be discovered.
Liste des abreviations.
Liste des bibliothèques avec leur abréviations.
A : Oeuvres pour la flute à bec.
B : Oeuvres qui peuvent aussi se jouer sur la flute à bec.
C : Recueils.
D : Oeuvre didactiques.
Index par instrument.
Bibliographie.Liste des titres
- A : Oeuvres pour la flûte à bec
- B : Oeuvres qui peuvent aussi se jouer sur la flûte à bec
- C : Recueils
- D : Oeuvres didactiques