GlossPost: Multilingual music glossary (all > eng)
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Title: Multilingual music glossary

Source language(s): all

Target language(s): eng

Source: Dolmetsch

Keywords: music, musical genres, musical instruments, musical notation, musicians, history of music, ethnic music, sound techniques


Comments:

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Comprehensive dictionary of musical terms and names from many languages.

Includes musical terms entered from various languages - mostly European; all explanations are in English. Enriched with notations and charts, apart from etymological and historical background of the terms used.




"dolmetsch online"

The Dolmetsch family has devoted more than 120 years to music, in particular, to 'early music'. Pioneering in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, the family's work continues.


Read our story - discover what we do today - find out more about the instruments we design and build, the concerts and lectures we give, our summer course, our editions of early and contemporary music, our music dictionary and online music lessons.

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URL: http://www.dolmetsch.com/defsa.htm

GlossPost entry: http://www.proz.com/glosspost/6861


 


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