Jun 20, 2022
1:34 How has the book, "The Solfeggio Tradition", been received? 6:43 Italian solfeggio explained in 4 minutes
11:41 Should children delay singing solfeggio until their voice has broken?
14:15 Did 18th-century plainsong sound more like galant music rather than medieval music?
16:10 What about...
Apr 5, 2022
1:58 What made you want to analyze Bach's 48 preludes?
4:26 Every prelude in the book has been transposed to C or Am
6:22 Is there one perfect analysis of Bach's compositions?
8:30 "The Walled Park of Closely Related Keys"
12:11 Would Bach go from C major directly to E minor?
12:42 Bach's use of...
Dec 14, 2021
Professor Peter Schubert from McGill University returns to the show to discuss the republication of a new edition of his book, "Baroque Counterpoint."
Sep 30, 2021
My guest today is Eric Boaro. He is the author of a very interesting article in Eighteenth-Century Music, called Evidence of the Practical Application of Solfeggio Patterns in the Manuscript for the 1707 Neapolitan Performance of La Fede Tradita E Vendicata by Gasparini and Vignola.
Sep 24, 2021
I’m very excited to welcome two very special guests to the program, Professor Robert Gjerdingen and Professor Giorgio Sanguinetti. Professor Gjerdingen is the author of Music in the Galant Style and Child Composers, while Professor Sanguinetti is the author of The Art of Partimento”. They join me today for a group...