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Theorbo

Theorbo

Lute Thomas Edlinger the Younger Source Museum of Musical Instruments, University of Leipzig via Europeana Rights © Museum of Musical Instruments, University of Leipzig Provider MIMO

Lute Thomas Edlinger the Younger Source Museum of Musical Instruments, University of Leipzig via Europeana Rights © Museum of Musical Instruments, University of Leipzig Provider MIMO

French continuo theorbo - used specifically along with a keyboard instrument to provide steady bass harmony for a highlighted group of singers or instrumentalists.

French continuo theorbo - used specifically along with a keyboard instrument to provide steady bass harmony for a highlighted group of singers or instrumentalists.

Baroque Archlute

Baroque Archlute

Guitarra Renascentista - No final do séc XV implanta-se na Espanha e na Itália a Vihuela.  Sob sua influência, nos primeiros anos do séc XVI, a guitarra então existente ( Guiterne da Baixa Renascença) tomou o contorno de um oito, com fundo plano, conservando o pequeno tamanho, o mesmo número de cordas, mesma afinação... Assim nascia a Guitarra Renascentista que coexistiu por longo tempo com a Guiterne da Baixa Renascença, compartilhando mesmos tocadores e repertório.

Guitarra Renascentista - No final do séc XV implanta-se na Espanha e na Itália a Vihuela. Sob sua influência, nos primeiros anos do séc XVI, a guitarra então existente ( Guiterne da Baixa Renascença) tomou o contorno de um oito, com fundo plano, conservando o pequeno tamanho, o mesmo número de cordas, mesma afinação... Assim nascia a Guitarra Renascentista que coexistiu por longo tempo com a Guiterne da Baixa Renascença, compartilhando mesmos tocadores e repertório.

The theorbo is a plucked instrument developed for the purpose of playing along opera music. The for the shocking lengt of the instrument, and the second peg-box, is simply the need for open-fretted bass-strings (called diapasons or bourdons). The most prominent composers of theorbo-music were Kapsberger and Piccinini.

The theorbo is a plucked instrument developed for the purpose of playing along opera music. The for the shocking lengt of the instrument, and the second peg-box, is simply the need for open-fretted bass-strings (called diapasons or bourdons). The most prominent composers of theorbo-music were Kapsberger and Piccinini.

Tiorba.

Tiorba.

The archlute (Spanish archilaúd, Italian arciliuto, German Erzlaute, Russian Архилютня) is a European plucked string instrument developed around 1600

The archlute (Spanish archilaúd, Italian arciliuto, German Erzlaute, Russian Архилютня) is a European plucked string instrument developed around 1600

Guitar by Domenico Sellas, Venice, ca. 1670. Five double courses. Original spruce belly with inlaid mother-of-pearl, ivory, and ebony. Fingerboard inlaid with incised, mother-of-pearl plaques. Back and sides of snakewood with ivory stringing. Ebony back of neck and peghead heavily inlaid with ivory figures and foliage.

Guitar by Domenico Sellas, Venice, ca. 1670. Five double courses. Original spruce belly with inlaid mother-of-pearl, ivory, and ebony. Fingerboard inlaid with incised, mother-of-pearl plaques. Back and sides of snakewood with ivory stringing. Ebony back of neck and peghead heavily inlaid with ivory figures and foliage.

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