Composers and Styles
Traditional Grounds used in the Harpsichord Repertoire
Thomas Tomkins and the English Virginalists
Iberian Early keyboard Music, by Nigel Deacon.
The Harpsichord music of Antonio Soler. Including Concordance, Audio clips and Sheet
music downloads. http://www.chateaugris.com/Soler/solerpag.htm
The life & works of J.S.Bach, includes a list of BWV numbers. http://www.jsbach.org/
‘All of Bach’ A project by Netherlands Bach Society to create Audio & Video recordings of all of
J S Bach’s music. A new work will be added to the project each week and it will end around 2035
‘Did Bach really mean that? Deceptive notation in baroque keyboard music’ by Colin Booth.
The book explores musical notation and the way in which composers of Baroque keyboard music
used it. Hardback 349pp, with 7 appendices & 281 musical examples. http://www.didbach.co.uk/
Site devoted to the life and works of G.F.Handel. Includes full list of compositions together
with their HWV nos. http://gfhandel.org/
A Catalogue of works for solo harpsichord published in Paris between 1731 and 1770
‘The Mirror of Human Life- Reflections on François Couperin’s Pièces de Clavecin’.
2nd revised edition of the book first published by King’s Music in 2002, incorporating the
latest research plus a new essay by Jane Clark on the architecture of the Couperin’s Ordres.
ISBN 978-0-9555590-3-7. Available from http://www.keyword-press.co.uk
‘Girolamo Frescobaldi and His Music’ – includes a Thematic Catalogue
Thematic Catalogue of the works of Antonino Reggio (1725-c1800).
Grant Colburn – New music in Baroque style. http://grantco.wix.com/newbaroque
Music for Two Harpsichords
Raymond Head- new music for Harpsichord,
‘Le Mystere’ and ‘Le Rappel de l’humanité’, A tribute to Couperin & Rameau
‘Seme Mevlana’- commissioned by Penelope Cave 2007. All available from Sky Dance Press –
see composer’s website; http://raymondhead.com/compositions/harpsichord
‘The contemporary Harpsichordist’ ,Vols 1 & 2, edited by Saale and Christian M Fischer, available from Bellmannmusik. Pieces selected by an international jury from a project sponsored by ‘Harpsichord xxi’ and the ‘Estonian Harpsichord Society’.
An automated tool for creating parts from music scores www.partifi.org