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Question: Why do we so rarely hear of ENGLISH or ITALIAN keyboard music?
I was going through an old “harpsichord book” of mine, and have noticed that very little of the music is English. What is is all invariably from the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book, Musicks handmaid, A collection of ayres and Pricilla Bunburys Virginal book. As for Italians, there was (shamefully) ONLY Scarlatti.
Of course this doesnt represent all of the music of these countries, but it surprised me.
I was quickly looking around my other music books, and online too, and I really do not seem to be able to find too much more than this. Certainly not with keyboard as a solo instrument.
There seems to be an abundance of repertoire from France and Germany (and elsewhere) for harpsichord and organ and clavichord… but very little from England, and especially Italy.
Why is this? (other than that Italian harpsichords are useless for anything other than b.c )
Answer by Elphaba the Delirious
Germany and France were the main musical countries during the baroque and classical periods so therefore any serious composer of any nationality travelled there to work. They are the countries that music was revolutionized in (eg. the printing press was developed in Germany) so that’s why I think the majority of music that survived (or was worth keeping) was from those countries.