4 edition of Alessandro Stradella"s instrumental music found in the catalog.
Alessandro Stradella"s instrumental music
Eleanor F. McCrickard
Written in English
|Statement||by Eleanor Fowler McCrickard.|
|Contributions||Stradella, Alessandro, 1639-1682.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. in 1|
Choral Repertoire. This page intentionally left blank Choral Repertoire. Dennis Shrock. 1 1 Oxford University Press, Inc., publishes works that further Oxford Universitys objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education.. Oxford New York Auckland Cape Town Dar es Salaam Hong Kong Karachi Kuala Lumpur Madrid Melbourne Mexico City Nairobi New 5/5(12). He died in , twenty years after his arrival in Venice, a widely famed and honoured musician. The culmination of Legrenzi’s instrumental output is generally agreed to be his set of sonatas La Cetra, 15 16 dedicated to the Emperor Leopold I, which was printed in a first edition in and a second in
Very striking is the slow beginning of the instrumental sinfonia. With Stradella (), the polyphonic texture has given way to the emancipation of the solo voice, free to respond to the text with feeling, colour and virtuosity, grounded in the thorough bass accompaniment. Live Music Archive. Top Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers & Technology Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion. Librivox Free Audiobook. Podcasts. Featured software All software latest This Just In Old School Emulation MS-DOS Games Historical Software Classic PC Games Software Library.
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Stradellas music, which is at last receiving something of the interest Alessandro Stradellas instrumental music book deserves, contains passages of pure genius even in the relatively small but excellent instrumental repertoire.
The sinfonia in F major numbered sixth here is a case in point, opening with a furiously agitated allegro and following with a striking union of lamenting slow /5(6). Alessandro Stradella () 13 works Search for books with subject Alessandro Stradella ().
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Alessandro Stradella's instrumental music Eleanor F. McCrickard Not In Library. Publishing. This first modern critical edition of Esule dalle sfere () exhibits Stradella's architectural genius and sensitive treatment of text.
Vocal instrumental forces include two soloists, a four-voice chorus, violin, and continuo. The edition contains an English translation of the libretto, historical background and commentary, a discussion of performance problems, and a comparison of the Author: Eleanor McCrickard.
The music by Alessandro Stradella () is gaining rapidly in recognition and popularity. The composers extremely adventurous life (he was an aristocratic ladykiller, who himself was murdered in the end by a revengeful rival) and his equally adventurous music presents a forceful image of a fascinating and important figure of the Italian /5(13).
The music by Alessandro Stradella () is gaining rapidly in recognition and popularity. The composers extremely adventurous life (he was an aristocratic ladykiller, who himself was murdered in the end by a revengeful rival) and his equally adventurous music presents a forceful image of a fascinating and important figure of the Italian.
Five of his music theatre works were performed between and in the Schiller Theater. His new work has all the features of. Alessandro Stradella, however, learnt his instrumental style in Rome where the greatest instrumentalists of the day hardly ever published their instrumental music.
This would not have been in the interests either of the patron or the performer, both of whom naturally wished to keep his music to himself, and apart from an occasional piece in an. The book aims to stimulate interest in, and to win converts to, this genre, which in its day equalled the instrumental sonata in importance, and in which more than a few composers invested a major part of their creativity.
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Some years after Stradella’s murder, Pierre Bourdelot and Pierre Bonnet-Bourdelot included an account of the event in their Histoire de la Musique. Published in Paris intheirs was the first history of music in French and therefore it attracted quite a bit of attention, with the result that news of the composer –‘the most.
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Lombardi provides a close reading of Giuseppe Bertolucci’s film Segreti segreti, which, while having a terrorist on the run as its protagonist, refuses to. Of the instrumental chamber sonatas composed by Bach, those with obbligato keyboard parts outnumber those with basso continuo parts by approximately two to one vocal chamber music: the cantata Just as the term sonata designates any composition performed as instrumental music, the designation cantata species a piece involving voices/5(13).
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Stradellas instrumental works have long been viewed as incidental cut-offs products of necessity rather than compulsion.
As this compilation shows, however, his musicianship shines through even when no text is present. Newton Classics regulars Mario Ferraris and Angelo Ephrikian are soaked in the idiom, and offer pleasing, elegant performances/5(2).
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This is an unusually lovely album of songs by Italian composer, Alessandro Stradella (). Stradella fits neatly into the middle Baroque period of music and he was a prolific writer of both secular and sacred music. From Bologna he moved to Rome where he composed sacred music for Christina, Queen of Sweden/5(3).music in the baroque era from monteverdi to bach by manfred r bukofzer professor of music, the university of california.
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