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RENAISSANCE INSTRUMENTS

Lute: the neck of the Renaissance lute was bent back; the strings were tuned in pairs and the fingerboard had frets. Viols: Flat back and six strings. Fretted fingerboard. Viols were held upright in front of the player rather than tucked under the chin Crumhorn: double-reed instrument Sackbut: It's an early kind of trombone. Trumpet: Without the valve system we know today (it was invented in the 19th century). The different notes were obtained by varying the lip pressure Percussion…

El antifonal de Poissya . LaTrobe University - Library: Medieval Music Database - Annual cycle of feasts of liturgical chant, liturgical polyphony and secular music of the late middle ages.

El antifonal de Poissya . LaTrobe University - Library: Medieval Music Database - Annual cycle of feasts of liturgical chant, liturgical polyphony and secular music of the late middle ages.

MS M. 638 Title	Morgan Crusader Bible / St. Louis Bible Date	Paris, France, ca. 1244-1254. Folio: 39r

MS M. 638 Title Morgan Crusader Bible / St. Louis Bible Date Paris, France, ca. 1244-1254. Folio: 39r

Announced by Quaternio, the Gradual of Gisela von Kerssenbrock (Codex Gisle) is the amazing facsimile of a rare manuscript painted by a nun from Rulle.

Announced by Quaternio, the Gradual of Gisela von Kerssenbrock (Codex Gisle) is the amazing facsimile of a rare manuscript painted by a nun from Rulle.

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