Instrumento in Batam” From: Bonanni, Filippo. Gabinetto armonico pieno d’ istromenti sonori indicati e spiegati. Nella Stamperia di Giorgio Plancho, Rome, (Rome: Giorgio Placho, ) Quarto; 99 leaves, plus frontispiece and [of ] plates; modern half gilt-stamped brown morocco, marbled paper boards. Bonanni, Filippo () Gabinetto Armonico pieno d’Istromenti sonori indicati, e spiegati dal padre Filippo Bonanni della Compagnia di Giesù offerto al .
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You do not currently have access to this article. Early music online survey: A good, genuine copy. Marbled flyleaves, red edges. The edition is presented in the issue supplemented with the final Aggiunta containing seven additional pages of text and twelve more plates; the errata on the recto of the final leaf, which replaces the errata leaf that was bound in the first issue after fol.
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Very light browning throughout, some plates more heavily browned. This latter is proposed as a possible model for the unusual format of the Gabinettowhereby each instrument is illustrated as part of a full-length portrait of a player. Bonanni describes a total gabinetro ancient and modern instruments, including examples from Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and America: Woodcut title vignette, elaborate woodcut initials, head- and tailpieces.
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Email alerts New issue alert. Musical instruments in the Museum Kircherianum. Lutes, vihuelas and guitars—filling in some gaps.
Several instruments are also related to the New World, such as the ‘Trombo della Florida’. The double-folding plate shows the ‘Galleria armonica’, i. Sign In Forgot password? Contemporary mottled calf, covers within triple gilt fillet. Most users should sign in with gabinetot email address.
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Gabinetto armonico pieno d’istromenti sonori / indicati, e spiegati dal padre Filippo Bonanni
CIII is misplaced before p. It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. Citing articles via Google Scholar. The unsigned plates are attributed to Van Westerhout and Spargioni. The image is unusual first because the player is a woman and second because the accompanying text states that she was a poor vagrant, in marked distinction to other accounts of the instrument that stress its aristocratic and virtuosic nature.
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Mayer-Deutsch, Das Musaeum Kircherianum. This article locates the work at the intersection of a number of traditions of representing music, including music treatises, cabinets of curiosities and virtual paper museums. Close mobile search navigation Article navigation. Other non-musical sources with which Bonanni was clearly familiar are also taken into account, including travel writings and in particular the collection of Turkish costume illustrations published by Charles de Ferriol in Receive exclusive offers and updates from Oxford Academic.
First edition of the earliest attempt to describe and depict every known musical instrument from ancient times up to the period in which the author lived, and one of the most important eighteenth-century sources for the history of musical instruments.
Spine with five raised bands, gilt-tooled; title in gold on morocco lettering-piece. Spine damaged, joints heavily restored. Sign In or Create an Account.
A portrait of King David armpnico a harp engraved by Arnold Van Westerhout after Spargioni, and full-page engraved plates depicting musical instruments. The present book, reprinted inwas Bonanni’s last publication. X5v, is also augmented with three new entries. He was also responsible for the Museum Kircherianum, and this volume presents the important collection of musical instruments once assembled in this museum.
The author of this work, the Jesuit Filippo Bonanni, was chief librarian at the Collegio Romano, and succeeded his teacher Athanasius Kircher as Professor of Mathematics. Choral works from the Bachs and their contemporaries.
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