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Where Has Fortune Gone: Music-Iconographical Problems in Sultzbach's Viola da Mano Books

@inproceedings{Minamino1997WhereHF,
  title={Where Has Fortune Gone: Music-Iconographical Problems in Sultzbach's Viola da Mano Books},
  author={H. Minamino},
  year={1997}
}
Spring 1997 RIdIM/RCMI Newsletter XX11/1 WHERE HAS FORTUNE GONE: MUSIC-ICONOGRAPHICAL PROBLEMS IN SULTZBACH’S VIOLA DA MANO BOOKS HIROYUKI MINAMINO Mission Viejo, California Most of the vihuela de mano books, published in Spain in the sixteenth century, made direct references to the gods and legends of Greek and Roman mythologies. For example, Luis de Narvaez named his vihuela book Delphin de musica (Music of the Dolphin), after the dolphin who saved the Greek poet Arion, ’ and included an… Expand
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