Playing the Fenton House Broadwood Playing the Paris Ruckers-Taskin Playing the Baroque organ in Buenos Aires Cathedral Playing the Hubbard-Di Veroli harpsichord in Ireland Playing the Russell Collection's Goermans in Edinburgh

Claudio Di Veroli

harpsichord & organ

Endorsements, Reviews and other publications

Wikipedia readers of the Claudio Di Veroli entry will find below scans and screenshots as evidence about all the References listed there (with the same reference number). This is needed for printed items because most of them can no longer be found in either libraries or archives, and for online items because some of their webpages have been discontinued. A letter by Gustav Leonhardt has also been included.

1. "J. Claudio Di Veroli". Mathematics Genealogy Project. Retrieved April 2, 2018.













2. "Optimal Continuous Policies for Repair and Replacement". Operational Research Quarterly, UK. March 1, 1974. Retrieved May 1, 2018.


















3. Juarez, Miguel (January 1994). "Instrumentos originales en la Argentina". CLASICA. Buenos Aires, Argentina. 
3 (1): 55.



















4. Di Veroli, Claudio. "List of Public Performances". Bray Baroque. Bray, Rep. Ireland.
(only the most important recitals are listed)


5. Camps, Pompeyo (June 26, 1984). "Fascinante experiencia en el Museo Larreta". Clarín. Buenos Aires, Argentina.
















6. Camps, Pompeyo (March 27, 1985). "Los Solistas Bach tocaron su homenaje". Clarín. Buenos Aires, Argentina.



















7. "Harpsichord workshop treat for music lovers". Bray People. Bray, Rep. Ireland. June 29, 2011. Retrieved June 17,2012












8. "Claudio Di Veroli Plays Couperin in Lucca, Italy". Lucca Musica. December 4, 2016. Retrieved April 2, 2018.






















9. "Masterclass and Recital in Pescara, Italy". Massimo Salcito Facebook page. November 2, 2017. Retrieved April 2,2018.

















10. Di Veroli, Claudio (Autumn 2010). "Vallotti as the Ideal German Good Temperament" (PDF). Harpsichord & Fortepiano. Worcestershire, UK. 14 (2): 9–13.












11. Di Veroli, Claudio (Spring 2000). "Inégalité and Rameau's Concerts: a case of 'Ille dixit'?". Harpsichord & Fortepiano. Lincoln, UK. 8 (2): 28–34.















12. Rasch, Rudolf A. (1980). "Owen Jorgensen: Tuning the historical temperaments by ear (1977) and Cl. Di Veroli: Unequal Temperaments and their role in the performance of early music (1978)". Stimulus, The Ancient Music Journal of the University of Utrecht (1980): 32–37.

















13. Persone, Pedro (March 2010). "Review of "Unequal Temperaments: Theory, History and Practice"". Early Music America: 2.

(scan pending) The webpage is no longer there. The article is mentioned in Pedro Persone's webpage.


14. van Delft, Menno (June 2009). "Review of "Baroque Keyboard Fingering: A Method"". The British Clavichord Society Newsletter44: 15–17.












15. Hitchin, David (October 2009). "Review of "Unequal Temperaments: Theory, History and Practice"". The British Clavichord Society Newsletter45: 18–21.












16. Cave, Penelope (February 2011). "Review of "Playing the Baroque Harpsichord: essays on interpretation and performance, with relevant topics for the Clavichord and Organ"". The British Clavichord Society Newsletter49: 18–22.











Personal letter by Gustav Leonhardt (December 1987), who had received all my publications up to mid 1987.