Viola da gamba
The viol or viola da gamba is any one of a family of bowed, fretted and stringed musical instruments that first appeared in Spain in the mid to late 15th century and was most popular in the Renaissanc...
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Viola d'amore
Video clip of Thomas Georgi from Tafelmusik Ensamble playing Classical music on Viola D'amore.
Lyra viol
Chris and Lorne (Lyra viols (viola da gamba), tuned in bandora sette) play Thomas Ford (c1580 - 1648) Why Not Here at the 2009 Gamba Salon held at St Mary Ma...
Another interesting bowed string instrument... that is also plucked! See Visit:
Monsieur de Sainte-Colombe
LE SIEUR DE SAINTE-COLOMBE (17TH CENTURY) Pieces de viole seule - Suite for solo viola da gamba 1. Allemande 2. Courante Performed by John Dornenburg *Mons...
Marin Marais
MARIN MARAIS (1656-1728) Pieces a une et a deux violes Book I - Chaconne Performed by John Dornenburg, viola da gamba *Marin Marais was a French composer a...
Viola da gamba
Jordi Savall suona al Premio nazionale Classic Voice per il disco classico musiche di Marais e di altri autori del barocco francese per viola da gamba.
Monsieur de Sainte-Colombe - Tous les matins du monde - Excerpt
Sainte Colombe playing viola de gamba & dreaming of his wife.
Marin Marais - Tous les matins du monde - Excerpt
Sainte Colombe playing viola de gamba & dreaming of his wife.
Abel - WKO 205 per viola da gamba - Nima Ben David - YouTube
Sep 26, 2007 ... Karl Friedrich Abel WKO 207 per viola da gamba solo Nima Ben David.
Marin Marais - Sarabande and Gigue
Guitarist Cem Duruoz plays two baroque movements in A Minor (Orig. B Minor) by French Baroque composer Marin Marais. From a 2005 performance at the Internati...
Marin Marais - Allemande
Guitarist Cem Duruoz, gambist John Dornenburg and Harpsichordist Yuko Tanaka play an Allemande by the French Baroque composer, Marin Marais. From a 2005 perf...
Marin Marais
Marin Marais ([maʁɛ̃ maʁɛ]; 31 May 1656, Paris – 15 August 1728, Paris) was a French composer and viol player. He studied composition with Jean-Baptiste Lully, often conducting his operas, and with ma...
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Monsieur de Sainte-Colombe
Monsieur de Sainte-Colombe (ca. 1640–1700) was a French composer and violist.It is speculated by various scholars that Monsieur de Sainte-Colombe was of Lyonnais or Burgundian petty nobility; and also...
The term violone (literally "large viol" in Italian, "-one" being the augmentative suffix, cf "minestrone" for "big soup") can refer to several distinct large, bowed musical instruments which belong t...
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Division viol
The division viol is an English type of bass viol, which was originally popular in the mid-17th century, but is currently experiencing a renaissance of its own due to the movement for historically inf...
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Viola bastarda
Viola bastarda refers to a highly virtuosic style of composition or extemporaneous performance, as well as to the altered viols created to maximize players' ability to play in this style. In the viola...
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Lyra viol
The lyra viol is a small bass viol, used primarily in England in the seventeenth century.While the instrument itself differs little physically from the standard consort viol, there is a large and impo...
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Viola d'amore
The viola d'amore (Italian: love viol) is a 7- or 6-stringed musical instrument with sympathetic strings used chiefly in the baroque period. It is played under the chin in the same manner as the violi...
Viola d'amore - Wikipedia