Violin Online String Class: Baroque Violin Music

REFERENCES

SECTION 2.12

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[4] Dean, Winton and Hicks, Anthony. "George Frideric Handel," The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians. ed. Stanley Sadie. London: Macmillan, 1980. 8:83-140.

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[6] Talbot, Michael. "Arcangelo Corelli,"  The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians. ed. Stanley Sadie. London: Macmillan, 1980. 4:768-774.

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[8] Mangsen, Sandra; Irvine, John; Rink, John; and Griffiths, Paul. "Sonata," Grove Music Online (Accessed 21 August 2007) <http://www.grovemusic.com>

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Fig. 2.1 An unknown Venetian 18th century violinist and composer, often mistaken as Antonio Vivaldi.  Anonymous painter, Museum of Music, Bologna, Italy.

Fig. 2.2 Henry Purcell. Oil portrait by or after John Closterman, 1695. National Portrait Gallery, London.

Fig. 2.3 George Frideric Handel. Oil painting attributed to Balthasar Denner, 1726-1728.

Fig. 2.4 The Thames and the City. Oil by Giovanni Antonio Canal, known as Canaletto, 1746-47. National Gallery, Prague.

Fig. 2.5 Marin Marais. Oil portrait by André Bouys, 1704.

Fig. 2.6 Arcangelo Corelli. Oil portrait, anonymous, based on Hugh Howard’s 1698 painting.

Fig. 2.7 Antonio Vivaldi. Engraving by James Caldwall, c. 1725 (in imitation of François Morellon La Cave's 1725 engraving). This engraving was used by Sir John Hawkins as an illustration in his 1776 publication A General History of the Science and Practice of Music: 839.

Fig. 2.8 Johann Sebastian Bach at the age of 63. Portrait by Elias Gottlob Haussmann, 1748.

Fig. 2.9 Margrave of Brandenburg, Ludwig Christian Markgraf von Brandenburg. Portrait by Antoine Pesne, 1710.

Fig. 2.10 Church of Sant' Andrea, Mantua, Italy.

Fig. 2.11 Drawing of the Handel House, London, 1839. Handel lived in this residence from 1723 until his death in 1759. He composed works such as Messiah while residing here, and it has been preserved and opened to the public as the Handel House Museum.

Fig. 2.12 Georg Philipp Telemann. Mezzotint portrait by Valentin Daniel Preisler (Nuremberg, 1750), based on a lost painting by Ludwig Michael Schneider. 


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