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Revised and increased because it first seemed in 1991, the consultant beneficial properties new chapters on ornamentation and practice session concepts, in addition to up-to-date reference fabrics, net assets, and different new fabric made to be had in basic terms within the final decade. The advisor is constituted of centred chapters on functionality perform concerns reminiscent of vocal and choral track; numerous forms of ensembles; profiles of particular tools; instrumentation; functionality perform concerns; conception; dance; nearby profiles of Renaissance tune; and guidance for administrators. The structure addresses the widest attainable viewers for early track, together with beginner performers, musicologists, theorists, and educators.
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Hearing repeated scales The Solo Voice in the Renaissance 11 played by the accompanying instruments, with an emphasis on leading tones and cadential notes, is very helpful. Next, one can learn to sing carefully tempered ﬁfths and truly pure major thirds, followed by other intervals as they occur in the temperament being used. If a keyboard is being used in the piece, it can be quite instructive for the singer to be present at the tuning session to watch the keyboard and memorize those unequal semitones.
When deciding on a transposition of a particular piece, the technical aspects of the music must be considered ﬁrst. For example, the madrigal Ancor che col partire, with its plaintive, melancholy text, can be beautifully sung in its original range of cЈ to cЉ by a high or medium voice. However, if one decides to sing the Bassano diminution of the same piece, it might be 10 Vocal/Choral Issues necessary for the high voice to transpose it to a higher pitch center in order to negotiate the runs at an appropriate tempo.
The two areas in which editors usually have made the most subjective decisions (based on the least concrete evidence) are text underlay and musica ﬁcta. To deal conﬁdently with many of the more intractable problems of text underlay and musica ﬁcta requires years of experience and experimentation (some detailed studies of these problems are listed in the bibliography). Stated in its simplest form, however, most problems of musica ﬁcta revolve about when and which of the following rules apply: 1.
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