dario luisi

musician, researcher, human being

I started to research in the field of early music as soon I started to play, as I am a self-taught early music musician. Later on, as I started to teach, my researches become more structured and soon I began to held lectures during masterclasses and early music courses, in addiction to my “normal” lectures at the Conservatory and at the University of Graz. 2009 I published my work (my Master thesis) about the history of holding technique of both, violin and bow, from the early XVIIth through the end of the XVIIIth century. On this subject, among others like organology and historically informed performance, I was invited to held some lectures at the Early Music Courses in Urbino (2012, 2013) and in Pöllau (2011). Last year I’ve been invited in Alpbach (Technology Days) in Tyrol for a lecture about the relationship between early music and acoustic. I love it and I’ve tons of subjects to develop, just ask!
Below you can download my master thesis, an article about chamber music practice and an article on violin holding techniques.
“Wie man die Violin halten, und den Bogen führen müsse.” POSIZIONE E TENUTA DEL VIOLINO E DELL’ARCO DALL’INIZIO DEL XVII° ALLA FINE DEL XVIII° SECOLO. PRESENTAZIONE, CHIAVE DI LETTURA ED ANALISI DELLE FONTI STORICHE
Rivista "Il Ganassi", Articolo sulla tenuta
Articolo sulla tenuta da "Il Ganassi"
Articolo sulla musica da camera su strumenti "originali"