Presents a survey of vocal ornamentation as descibed in Luis de Milan's El maestro (1535), Domenico Pietro Cerone's El melopeo y maestro (1613), and intervening 16th-c. Spanish publications. Discusses musical terms such as redoble, quiebro, glosa, trinar, and hacer garganta. Also includes a summary of the material provided in the eight book of El melopeo, with 54 pages of musical examples from Cerone's suggested diminutions.
"Ornamentation in Spanish Renaissance Vocal Music,"
Performance Practice Review:
2, Article 3.
Available at: http://scholarship.claremont.edu/ppr/vol4/iss2/3