Robert Donington (1907-1990)

Pays : Grande-Bretagne
Langue : anglais
Sexe : masculin
Naissance : 04-05-1907
Mort : 20-01-1990
Note :
Musicologue. - Professeur invité de nombreuses universités américaines. - Critique musical. - Membre de la Société américaine de musicologie (1967-1972). - Violiste
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0003 6758 6555

Robert Donington (1907-1990) : œuvres (36)

Auteur du texte (28)

Opera and its symbols
Baroque music
Baroque music
Music and its instruments
The Future of early music in Britain
The Opera
L'anneau du Nibelung, Wagner 1
The Interpretation of early music, by Robert Donington
String playing in Baroque music
String playing in Baroque music
A Performer's guide to baroque music
Wagner's «Ring» and its symbols
Wagner's "Ring" and its symbols, the music and the myth
The Monteverdi companion, edited by Denis Arnold and Nigel Fortune. [Contributors Denis Arnold, Nigel Fortune, Claude V. Palisca, Jerome Roche, Denis Stevens, Robert Donington, Janet E. Beat]
Los instrumentos de música
Michael Tippett, a symposium on his 60th birthday, edited by Ian Kemp
The interpretation of early music
The Instruments of music
The Instruments of music
Tempo and rhythm in Bach's organ music
Tempo and rhythm in Bach's organ music, by Robert Donington
The Monteverdi companion, edited by Denis Arnold and Nigel Fortune. [Contributors Denis Arnold, Nigel Fortune, Claude V. Palisca, Jerome Roche, Denis Stevens, Robert Donington, Janet E. Beat]
England-Heft
The Instruments of music
The Instruments of music. [2d edition revised.]
James Talbot's Manuscript (Christ Church like. Music ms. 1187). II. Boived strings
The Work and ideas of Arnold Dolmetsch. The Renaissance of early music, by Robert Donington
Amore traditore : a problem cantata

Éditeur scientifique (2)

Stravinsky, ballet music
Thomas Lupo. Two Almains à 3, for treble I, treble II and bass viols or two violins and violoncello--Two Pavans à 3, for treble, tenor and bass viols or violins, viols and violoncello. Edited and arranged by Robert Donington

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The Future of early music in Britain
The Monteverdi companion, edited by Denis Arnold and Nigel Fortune. [Contributors Denis Arnold, Nigel Fortune, Claude V. Palisca, Jerome Roche, Denis Stevens, Robert Donington, Janet E. Beat]

Réalisateur (1)

12 sonates op. 5

Viole (1)

12 sonates op. 5

Arrangeur (1)

Thomas Lupo. Two Almains à 3, for treble I, treble II and bass viols or two violins and violoncello--Two Pavans à 3, for treble, tenor and bass viols or violins, viols and violoncello. Edited and arranged by Robert Donington

Auteur ou responsable intellectuel (1)

Henry Purcell, 1659-1695. Essays on his music, edited by Imogen Holst

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