history of the violin étude to about 1800 by K Marie Stolba

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  • Violin music -- History and criticism.,
  • Violin -- Studies and exercises -- History and criticism.

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Statement[by] K Marie Stolba.
SeriesFort Hays studies., no. 3
LC ClassificationsML897 .S88
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(b) L. de la Laurencie, L'lcole Franpaise de Violon, 3 vols., Paris, Vol. 1 of A History of the Violin Etude to about Violin playing increased as enlightenment became popular.

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The Academie musicale, a treatise written in by Philibert Jambe de Fer, gives a clear description of the violin family much as we know it today. The history of the violin can be traced back more or less to the 9 th century.

One plausible ancestor for the violin is the rabãb, an ancient Persian fiddle which was common in Islamic empires. The rabãb had two strings made of silk which were attached to. Geminiani’s The Art of Playing on the Violin was published in Paris in and was the first of these treatises for advanced players.

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