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Motets by Giovanni Rigatti (1634, 1647), Giovanni Rovetta (1639, 1647, 1650) (Seventeenth-Century Italian Sacred Music Series, Vol 23)

Jerome Roche

Motets by Giovanni Rigatti (1634, 1647), Giovanni Rovetta (1639, 1647, 1650) (Seventeenth-Century Italian Sacred Music Series, Vol 23)

by Jerome Roche

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Published by Routledge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Music / General,
  • Religious - Christian,
  • Music Of The 17th Century,
  • Sacred Vocal Music,
  • Music,
  • Education

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11358054M
    ISBN 100815324170
    ISBN 109780815324171
    OCLC/WorldCa231049359

    Soriano, for two choirs, and by Giovanni Francesco Anerio, for four voices and basso continuo. These settings repre-sented the opposite poles, as it were, of stylistic trends after the large-scale polychoral and the small-scale concer-tato. The following year saw Schnoebelens edition of the Bolognese composer Giovanni Paolo Colonna's nine. Then there is an Easter mass, assembled according to the same principles, and finally, on disc five, a reconstruction of a concert given at the Venetian church of San Rocco in , featuring exclusively music by Giovanni Gabrieli. This was ostensibly a secular concert, but one of the many insights the listener can take away from this project 8/

    Giovanni Gabrieli is an important transitional figure between the Renaissance and Baroque eras and their associated musical styles. The distinctive sound of his music derived in part from his association with St. Mark's Cathedral in Venice, long one of the most important churches in Europe, and for which he wrote both vocal and instrumental works. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Songs of Solomon: Motets of the Italian Renaissance - Isaak Ensemble Heidelberg on AllMusic -

    ESTRO BAROCCO, ENSEMBLE. Estro Barocco è un ensemble fondato all’inizio del da musicisti professionisti tutti mossi da una grande e ambiziosa passione: divulgare presso il grande pubblico piccoli gioielli musicali, ricchi e diversificati, tratti dall’immenso repertorio cameristico dei secoli XVII e XVIII ancora inesplorato o non molto conosciuto. Anne Schnoebelen, Mullen Professor Emerita of Musicology, received a bachelor of arts degree from Rosary College, a master of music in piano and a Ph.D. in musicology from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana. She joined the Shepherd School faculty in as one of the original faculty members. She has served as chair of the musicology department, director of.


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Motets by Giovanni Rigatti (1634, 1647), Giovanni Rovetta (1639, 1647, 1650) (Seventeenth-Century Italian Sacred Music Series, Vol 23) by Jerome Roche Download PDF EPUB FB2

Giovanni Antonio Rigatti (c. – 24 October ) was an Italian composer and choirmaster of the early Baroque period. Rigatti received his musical training as a choirboy at St. Mark's Basilica inas well as in one of the conservatories of also received training to become a priest.

From September to March he was kapellmeister in the Udine Cathedral. musical score | [i.e. ] p. of ms. music ; 38 cm. | Ms., 18th cent., said to be in the hand-writing of Thomas Pinto (), whose autograph appears on p.

3, and contain 2 to 4 part motets, etc., with and without continuo, by 24 composers. Twenti-five compositions are drawn from Georgio Rolla's Teatro musicale de concerti ecclesiastici, Milano, (Eitner. Despite his vast output ( masses, over motets), Giovanni de Palestrina (c.

–) maintained an extraordinary Motets by Giovanni Rigatti book of quality in his music. With Byrd and Lassus, he ranks among the greatest composers of the last sixteenth century and a study of his work is essential for serious students and : Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina.

Philippe Jaroussky, Giovanni Battista Bassani, Pietro Francesco Cavalli, Giovanni Paolo Colonna, Girolamo Frescobaldi, Alessandro Grandi, Giovanni Legrenzi, Andrea Mattioli, Giovanni Paolo Caprioli, Ensemble Artaserse - Philippe Jaroussky: Stabat Mater & Motets to the Virgin Mary - Music/5(27).

He has also been a faculty member at the University of Notre Dame and Northwestern University. He is currently completing an edition of motets by Giovanni Felice Sances for A-R Editions.

1 Jerome Roche, “Giovanni Antonio Rigatti and the Development of Venetian Church Music in the s,” Music and Letters 57 (): Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rigatti, Giovanni Antonio, approximately Audite vocem Domini. [St.

Ives, Cambridgeshire]: Prima la musica!, © SearchWorks Catalog Stanford Libraries. Catalog start Topic Motets Remove Rigatti, Giovanni Antonio, approximatelycomposer. [Arbroath]: Prima la musica, [] from monophonic plainchant and vernacular French songs, to polyphonic organa, clausulae, and motets in both Latin and French.

This book engages with questions of. Rigatti: Motetti a voce sola: Regina coeli laetare, a song by Giovanni Antonio Rigatti, Philippe Jaroussky on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and Music Duration: 3 min.

Gaudete omnes: two sopranos & tenor, SSATB ripieno, & continuo. [Giovanni Antonio Rigatti; Dennis Collins] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search "This motet comes from the composer's first book of concertato motets, first published in Venice in "--Preface.

GIOVANNI ANTONIO RIGATTI AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF VENETIAN CHURCH MUSIC IN THE Is BY JEROME ROCHE GIOVANNI ANTONIO RIGATTI is not a widely-known name. This is early as I, when he published his first book of motets, dedicating them to the Bishop of Padua.

His priestly duties were connected with both St. Mark's and S. Maria Formosa in. This duet for Sopranos or Tenors with continuo comes from Rigatti's third and last book of concertato motets, published in The text is from the Common of Several Martyrs.

Edited by Dennis Collins. 8pp. PLEASE NOTE: This edition does not include a continuo realization. If you require one, please tick the box.

Rigatti, one of the most promising, might have succeeded Monteverdi at San Marco had he lived beyond age This recording reconstructs a Mass for the Feast of the Purification (a.k.a.

Groundhog Day) around Rigatti's Messa à 8 ; also included are contemporary motets and sonatas (including one each by Monteverdi and Gesualdo)/5(3). [Recueil de 24 motets à voix seule / de Bonifazio Graziani, Giovanni Carissimi, Giovanni Antonio Rigatti et Gasparo Casati] Recüeil de motets a // voce sola.

Sances: Stabat Mater & Motets to the Virgin Mary, an album by Philippe Jaroussky on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. in Two Motets from Monteverdi’s Selva morale et spirituale ANDREW H.

WEAVER C laudio Monteverdi’s Selva morale et spirituale, the last print issued by the composer during his lifetime, is both the largest and most perplexing of his publications, particularly in its ad-mixture of music.1 The primary components of the print are not inCited by: 1. Find scores for Giovanni Antonio Rigatti at Sheet Music Plus.

Music: Rigatti published nine volumes of sacred music, five of which contain solo and concertato motets, and four which contain psalms (also including three Masses). G. da Palestrina - Motet in 5 parts (Book 4 Giovanni Rigatti amorroma 4, views. O Magnum mysterium - Giovanni Gabrieli (.

Stabat Mater: Motets to Virgin Mary. Erato: Buy CD or download online. Philippe Jaroussky (countertenor), Marie-Nicole Lemieux (contralto), Ensemble Artaserse.4/5.

Beata Vergine A sensuous and exciting of Italian motets to the Virgin Giovanni Paolo Colonna, Alessandro Grandi, Giovanni Antonio Rigatti, Girolamo Frescobaldi, Giovanni Paolo Caprioli, Girolamo Casati, (Pietro) Francesco Cavalli, Giovanni Legrenzi, Andrea Mattioli.

Motets, Book 2: Marie-Nicole Lemieux Alessandro Grandi Composer. Bach's use of the term 'motet'-- Part II. Bach's Motets: 3. Bach's motets and their relation to the genre Bach's earlier motets: rethinking authorship and dating Bach's later motets: rethinking compositional history Chronology, style, and performance practice of Bach's motets-- Part III.

Motet Style in Bach's Concerted. Rigatti eventually left St. Mark’s to pursue a career as organist, choirmaster, composer and singing teacher. In he published his first book of motets and his first book of madrigals in Inhe became chapel master at the cathedral of Udine, north of Venice.Search result for anne-schnoebelen: Masses by Alessandro Grandi, Giovanni Battista Chinelli, Giovanni Rigatti, Tarquinio Merula(), Solo Motets in Italy(), Solo Motets(), Bologna(), Northern Italy(), Solo Motets 17thc Set (Code Sm(), etc books - Free Download ebooks.6 Moduli (Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da) Motecta, Libro 1 (Victoria, Tomás Luis de) Motets, Livre 1 (Clérambault, Louis-Nicolas) Motets, Op.7 (Albergati, Pirro Capacelli Conte) Motetti a voce sola, Op (Bassani, Giovanni Battista) Motetti a voce sola (Rigatti, Giovanni Antonio) Motettorum, Book 12 (Attaingnant, Pierre).