INTERPRETATION OF MUSIC (THE)16413-B1
DART (Thurston).— THE INTERPRETATION OF MUSIC. Editor The Late Sir Jack Westrup. (1978). 190 págs. B.
“How did early music sound in its day? How should a modern performer interpret scores of 1600 or before? What notation and instrumentatation did the composer really intend? In answering these questions, Professor Thurston Dart, remembered as a distinguished harpsichord player himself, has written a guide to the appreciation of early music from the Middle Ages to 1800 which no performar, listener, or editor of scores can do without (...)”. — texto retirado da contra-capa.