Early music

In music history, early music refers to the period from antiquity to around the end of the 18th century. This period encompasses a variety of musical styles and forms spanning the Middle Ages, Renaissance and Baroque. The performance of early music strives to be as faithful as possible to the original work, often using historical instruments and performance practices that have been reconstructed through meticulous research.

With a focus on early music, Verlag der Spielleute offers a comprehensive selection of literature to help you understand and authentically interpret the fascinating aspects of this rich musical tradition. Our books cover topics such as historical music theory, performance practice and the history of musical instruments used in early music.

Browse through our range and find the right books to expand your knowledge and enrich your musical skills. Experience how early music is kept alive today and be inspired by the diversity of our offerings.

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