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AURORA Songs by Lina Palera – Lyre Sheet Music

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“There is no benefit when music stands secret and hidden.” — Lucian

Learn how to play all the seven songs of Lina Palera’s debut lyre album, titled AURORA!

Songs’ list: Syzygy ✦ Une MĂ©lodie d’Alger ✦ Adonis ✦ Beam of light ✦ Siren’s Call ✦ Nyx ✦ Ethereal Dance

“My first album was inspired by the Aurora, the goddess of the dawn in Greek mythology,” says Lina Palera, a world-renowned lyre player and much-beloved lyre instructor at the LyreAcademy.com. “She is the sacred wanderer who travels from the east to the west, announcing the coming of the sun. On her, the great Homer lavishes his most beautiful epithets such as ‘rosy-fingered’ and ‘saffron-cloaked.’ She is the sister of Sun and Moon, the mother of Morning Star. This album is dedicated to her; to the dawn, the messenger, the guide, the traveler, the crier of the light.”

In this book, you will find demanding original melodies, ideal for anyone willing to take the next step and exercise on advanced songs for the ancient lyre and the ancient kithara.

“This Sheet Music Book is our latest addition to our effort to enrich the available educational resources for lyre and lyre-like musical instruments,” Nikolaos Koumartzis, the series’ director, explains.

The book is part of the Lyre Sheet Music series, in which some of the greatest lyre players around the world participate, including Thanasis Kleopas, Michael Levy, Theodore Koumartzis, Giorgio Sancristoforo, et cetera.

Pages: 28 | Dimensions: 9 x 12 inches

(sheet music for a 13strings lyre or kithara)

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A Lyre Sheet Music Series

Learn using sheet music and tablatures specially designed for your instrument

Lyre and Kithara Sheet Music Books Series - Scorebooks - Tablatures - LUTHIEROS.com
Lyre and Kithara Sheet Music Books Series - Scorebooks - Tablatures - LUTHIEROS.com

Historic Accuracy & Playability

It's not a battle. It's about finding the right balance.

^ Linus, the legendary lyre teacher, along with one of his students, Mousaios. This is one of the earliest surviving school scenes, and it is depicted on an Attic red figured kylix, ca. 450-400 B.C. Attributed to Eritrea Painter. Musée du Louvre, Paris, France.

< Linus, the legendary lyre teacher, along with one of his students, Mousaios. This is one of the earliest surviving school scenes, and it is depicted on an Attic red figured kylix, ca. 450-400 B.C. Attributed to Eritrea Painter. Musée du Louvre, Paris, France.

Bringing Ancient Artifacts Back to Life

Re-inventing the ancient lyre and re-introducing it to the modern world is an act that can directly connect us to our ancient heritage. Giving a voice to a musical instrument silenced for two thousand years and more is our way of paying our deed to the great minds of the ancient world.

Sheet music books, also known as scorebooks or songbooks, played a vital role in popularising mainstream musical instruments since the first was published in 1501 in the Venetian Republic by Ottaviano Petrucci. With such an abundance of scorebooks for the guitar or the piano, it is not by accident that modern lyre players are striving to learn using educational material that was not designed for their instruments.

So, how a lyre scorebook can be published when there are so many different types of lyres out there with entirely different tunings, note orientation, or strings’ numbers? The solution is straightforward (but not easy): we have to standardize the lyre as the modern classical guitar was back in the 19th century by Antonio de Torres Jurado, Ignacio Fleta, Hermann Hauser Sr., and Robert Bouchet.

And this is exactly what we have been up to for the last decade. So, this Sheet Music Book is our latest addition to our effort to enrich the available educational resources for lyre and lyre-like musical instruments.

References

Hawkins, J. (1776). A General History of the Science and Practice of Music, Cambridge University Press.

King, A. H. (1968). Four Hundred Years of Music Printing, Trustees of the British Museum, London.

Pöhlmann, E. (1970). Denkmäler altgriechischer Musik. Sammlung, Übertragung und Erläuterung aller Fragmente und Fälschungen

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AURORA Songs by Lina Palera – Lyre Sheet Music

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