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Sheet music for Luis Milan
Guitar,Classical Guitar Duet — Set of Parts — Renaissance,Early Music,Repertoire,Classroom,General Instructional
Composed by Luis Milan (1500-1561). Arranged by Blue Yates. Renaissance, Early Music, Repertoire, Classroom, General Instructional. Set of Parts. 1 pages. Published by Rekoba Editions (S0.740703).
Classical Guitar — Softcover Book —
Composed by Luis Milan (1500-1561). Guitar & Folk, Repertoire, Solos. 6 Pavanas. Softcover Book. The FJH Music Company Inc #G1015. Published by The FJH Music Company Inc (HU.G1015).
Verdi: Messa Solenne Libera M — Verdi Chorus Milan; Riccardo Chailly; Verdi Grand Symphonic Orchestra Milan
— listening compact disc —
By Verdi Chorus Milan; Riccardo Chailly; Verdi Grand Symphonic Orchestra Milan. By Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901). Listening compact disc. Published by Decca (NX.LON467280).
Guitar — Book Only —
Composed by Luys Milan. Book Only. Casa Musicale Eco #CMECOEM1659. Published by Casa Musicale Eco (BT.CMECOEM1659).
Composed by Luis Milan (1500-1561). Arranged by Carlos Barbosa-Lima. With Standard notation. Columbia Music Company #494-00220. Published by Columbia Music Company (PR.494002200).
guitar — Book — Guitar
Composed by Luis Milan (1500-1561). Songbooks. FJH Classic Editions for Classical Guitar. Guitar. Book. The FJH Music Company Inc #G1015. Published by The FJH Music Company Inc (FJ.G1015).
Guitar — full score (study) —
Composed by Luis Milan (1500-1561). Edited by Karl Scheit. Arranged by Karl Scheit. Musik fur Gitarre (Scheit). Full score (study). With Standard notation. Universal Edition #UE014458. Published by Universal Edition (PR.UE014458).
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Guitar Solo. Composed by Luis de Milan. Edited by Narcisio Yepes. This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Gitarren-Archiv (Guitar Archive). 20 pages. Schott Music #GA 604. Published by Schott Music (HL.49010964).
Guitar,Classical Guitar Quartet — Score,Set of Parts — Renaissance
Composed by Luis Milan (1500-1561). Arranged by Kevin Love. Renaissance. Score, Set of Parts. 7 pages. Published by Kevin Love (S0.55617).
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From: "Libro de musica de vihuela de mano Entitulado El maestro", 1536. Composed by Luis de Milan. Copyright 2016 SCHOTT MUSIC GmbH & Co. KG, Mainz. 2 pages. Published by Schott Music (S9.Q42687).
Luis Milán (ca. 1500 - ca. 1561), a well-known poet and musician at the court of Valencia, was a noted performer and one of the foremost composers for the vihuela, one of the most popular instruments in the 16th century Spain. The vihuela bears most resemblance to the guitar, and has six courses (double sets of strings). Milán describes himself as "an exceedingly talented nobleman". According to Graciano Tarrago, Milán worked for Don Fernando de Aragon, Duke of Calabria in Valencia, Spain. Milán was also appointed the body servant of Juan III, King of Portugal.
In 1536, he brought out his most important work, "Libro de musica de vihuela de mano intitulado El Maestro", intended as an instruction book for the vihuela da mano (vihuela played with the fingers). This was the first of it’s kind in Spain and is valuable for it’s musical selections (both instrumental and vocal) which show the quality of composer Milán was. It is Luis Milán’s important contribution to posterity. The book is dedicated to Don Juan, King of Portugal and Algarve. It’s the earliest known Spanish example of tablature in print.
As far as we know, Milán was the first to write in detail about the interpretation of his music. He writes for example about rubato (tanér de gala), and about the importance of giving extra time to the important notes - the highest notes in runs. His fantasies are of two types: some are contrapunctal, others are in a free style called "consonancias y redobles" (chords and scales, or runs). About this last type, Milán mentions that the chords shall be played slowly, and the scales or runs, quickly.
Milán is important in the history of the vihuela because his book "El Maestro" is the earliest surviving compilation of music for the vihuela. It contains forty fantasies, four preludes, six pavanes, six Christmas carols for vihuela and voice, four old romances and six sonnets. The sonnets have text by Petrarch a renowned poet of the Renaissance whose works appear in many of the madrigals of the same time.
Chelsea <firstname.lastname@example.org> adds:
Don Luis Milan was the first person to play the lute in one of his performances.