performance practice (Ger. Aufführungspraxis). The way in which mus. is perf., especially as it relates to the quest for the ‘authentic’ style of performing the mus. of previous generations and eras. Its study covers notation, ornamentation, instruments, voice production, tuning and pitch, and the size of ensembles and choruses.
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