Vibrato in the Violin Music of the Baroque Period

@article{Thierbach1999VibratoIT,
  title={Vibrato in the Violin Music of the Baroque Period},
  author={Susie Puyear Thierbach},
  journal={American String Teacher},
  year={1999},
  volume={49},
  pages={76 - 81}
}
Scholars and performers often disagree about the appropriate use of vibrato when playing Baroque music. Historical treatises present the issue in a variety of ways, often contradicting each other, and scholars do not always agree on the interpretation of the historical evidence. Except for those performers fortunate enough to be involved in programs with authentic instruments, most teachers and performers of Baroque music have to make decisions on how to best achieve a stylistically accurate… Expand
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