Tenor-viol

  • 1Viol — Vi ol, n. [F. viole; cf. Pr. viola, viula, Sp., Pg., & It. viola, LL. vitula; of uncertain origin; perhaps from L. vitulari to celebrate a festival, keep holiday, be joyful, perhaps originally, to sacrifice a calf (vitulus; cf. {Veal}). Cf.… …

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  • 2Viol — Not to be confused with Viola. Viol String instrument Other names Viola da gamba Hornbostel–Sachs classification 321.322 71 (Composite chordophone sounded by a bow) Developed Late 15th century from the vihuela …

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  • 3viol — Synonyms and related words: baritone, bass viol, descant viol, rebec, tenor viol, treble viol, tromba marina, trumpet marine, vielle, viol family, viola bastarda, viola da braccio, viola da gamba, viola da spalla, viola di bordone, viola di… …

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  • 4viol — /vuy euhl/, n. a bowed musical instrument, differing from the violin in having deeper ribs, sloping shoulders, a greater number of strings, usually six, and frets: common in the 16th and 17th centuries in various sizes from the treble viol to the …

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  • 5viol — noun Etymology: Middle English vial, from Anglo French viele, viole, from Old Occitan viola Date: 15th century a bowed stringed instrument chiefly of the 16th and 17th centuries made in treble, alto, tenor, and bass sizes and distinguished from… …

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  • 6Division viol — Viola da gamba engl.: Viol, ital.: Viola da gamba, frz.: Viole de gambe Klassifikation …

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  • 7Lyra viol — Viola da gamba engl.: Viol, ital.: Viola da gamba, frz.: Viole de gambe Klassifikation …

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  • 8Le Viol De Lucrèce — The Rape of Lucretia Le Viol de Lucrèce The Rape of Lucretia, en français Le Viol de Lucrèce est un opéra en deux actes de Benjamin Britten, op. 37. Ronald Duncan a établi son livret en anglais d après la pièce d André Obey du même titre. La… …

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  • 9Le Viol de Lucrece — The Rape of Lucretia Le Viol de Lucrèce The Rape of Lucretia, en français Le Viol de Lucrèce est un opéra en deux actes de Benjamin Britten, op. 37. Ronald Duncan a établi son livret en anglais d après la pièce d André Obey du même titre. La… …

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  • 10Le viol de Lucrèce — The Rape of Lucretia Le Viol de Lucrèce The Rape of Lucretia, en français Le Viol de Lucrèce est un opéra en deux actes de Benjamin Britten, op. 37. Ronald Duncan a établi son livret en anglais d après la pièce d André Obey du même titre. La… …

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  • 11Le viol de lucrèce — The Rape of Lucretia Le Viol de Lucrèce The Rape of Lucretia, en français Le Viol de Lucrèce est un opéra en deux actes de Benjamin Britten, op. 37. Ronald Duncan a établi son livret en anglais d après la pièce d André Obey du même titre. La… …

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  • 12voyal — Viol Vi ol, n. [F. viole; cf. Pr. viola, viula, Sp., Pg., & It. viola, LL. vitula; of uncertain origin; perhaps from L. vitulari to celebrate a festival, keep holiday, be joyful, perhaps originally, to sacrifice a calf (vitulus; cf. {Veal}). Cf.… …

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  • 13voyal — Viol Vi ol, n. [F. viole; cf. Pr. viola, viula, Sp., Pg., & It. viola, LL. vitula; of uncertain origin; perhaps from L. vitulari to celebrate a festival, keep holiday, be joyful, perhaps originally, to sacrifice a calf (vitulus; cf. {Veal}). Cf.… …

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  • 14Historically informed performance — (also referred to as period performance, authentic performance, or (HIP)) is an approach in the performance of music and theater. Within this approach, the performance adheres to state of the art knowledge of the aesthetic criteria of the period… …

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  • 15baritone — Synonyms and related words: Heldentenor, Meistersinger, accompaniment, alpenhorn, alphorn, althorn, alto, alto horn, aria singer, ballad horn, baritenor, bass, bass horn, bass viol, basso, basso buffo, basso cantante, basso continuo, basso… …

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  • 16Виолы —         утвердившееся в рус. инструментоведении обозначение семейства струн. смычковых инструментов ножного способа держания (итал. viola da gamba, viola ad arco; испан. vihuela de arco; нем. Knieviola, Kniegeige, Gamba). В. возникли к кон. 15… …

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  • 17Lute — Lutes redirects here. For the surname, see Lutes (surname). For other uses, see Lute (disambiguation). Lute A renaissance era lute strings Classification Neck …

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  • 18alto — Viola Vi o*la, n. [It. See {Viol}.] (Mus.) An instrument in form and use resembling the violin, but larger, and a fifth lower in compass. [1913 Webster] {Viola da braccio} [It., viol for the arm], the tenor viol, or viola, a fifth lower than the… …

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  • 19Viola — Vi o*la, n. [It. See {Viol}.] (Mus.) An instrument in form and use resembling the violin, but larger, and a fifth lower in compass. [1913 Webster] {Viola da braccio} [It., viol for the arm], the tenor viol, or viola, a fifth lower than the violin …

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  • 20Viola da braccio — Viola Vi o*la, n. [It. See {Viol}.] (Mus.) An instrument in form and use resembling the violin, but larger, and a fifth lower in compass. [1913 Webster] {Viola da braccio} [It., viol for the arm], the tenor viol, or viola, a fifth lower than the… …

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