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Young Woman Seated at a Virginal The Leiden Collection. Facebook. Twitter.
Costarass findings published in The Burlington Magazine February 2006 that a painting of a similar size to A Young Woman Seated at a Virginal, the Lacemaker, is on a canvas made of precisely the same type of rather coarse thread and has exactly the same thread count.
Virginal Synonyms, Virginal Antonyms
She had a virginal shape, and liked her clothes to cling about her knees. It was an exquisite morning, too virginal for June, too richly warm for May. She stood gazing at the firelit faces, the virginal half-smile on her lips.
Virginal Definition of Virginal at
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virginal Dictionary Definition:
Definitions of virginal. n a legless rectangular harpsichord; played usually by women in the 16th and 17th centuries. pair of virginals Type of.: a clavier with strings that are plucked by plectra mounted on pivots. adj characteristic of a virgin or virginity. virginal white dresses.
Virginal musical instrument Britannica.
spinet of the day, the virginal, and Giles may have begun his musical activity in that way. His marked disregard for the prevailing conventions of written counterpoint seems to suggest the approach of a virginal player rather than that of a church-trained organist.
Colin Tilney Music For Virginal 1982, Vinyl Discogs.
Sleeve Notes in English and French. Harpsichord: Carlo Grimaldi, Messina, 1697 Ulrich Ruck Historical Instrument Collection. Double Virginal: Martin van der Biest, Antwerp, 1580. The natural difference in dynamic level between the harpsichord and the virginal is preserved in this recording.
virginal Dictionary of English.
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Virginals Wikipedia.
Out of the some dozen so-called English virginal" books" see below, only Elizabeth Rogers Virginal Book actually bears the word in its original title: the other collections were attributed the name by music scholars in the nineteenth or twentieth centuries.
Instrument Biography: The Virginal Melanie Spiller and Coloratura Consulting.
Both William Byrd and Giles Farnaby c1563-1640 composed their virginal pieces on grounds a phrase that repeats throughout the song in the same voicein the left hand on the virginal and extended sets of variations, usually on popular songs, but sometimes on dance tunes or the notes of the hexachord a six-tone scale, like a mode.
VIRGINAL adjective definition and synonyms Macmillan Dictionary.
In good condition and not damaged. Definition and synonyms of virginal from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education. This is the British English definition of virginal. View American English definition of virginal. Change your default dictionary to American English.

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