Simon Ives, The Four-Part Dances

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The 25 four-part dances in this edition are just about the only pieces by a London wait from this period to have survived in full consort settings, which gives them great importance in the history of English theatre music. Ives probably intended them to be played by two violins, tenor viol or viola, bass viol or bass violin with two theorboes, but other combinations are possible. The theorboes can be omitted or be replaced by a keyboard, and the collection is also suitable for consorts of viols, recorders or cornetts and sackbuts.

Keywords

  • Simon Ives; Consort music
Original languageEnglish
TypeCritical edition
Media of outputPrint
PublisherEdition HH
Number of pages60
Place of PublicationLaunton
VolumeHH078
ISBN (Print)978-1-90577928-4
Publication statusPublished - 2008
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