Frescobaldi


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Frescobaldi

Girolamo . 1583--1643, Italian organist and composer, noted esp for his organ and harpsichord music
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I argued there that rather than being a pupil of Frescobaldi. Rossi more likely a younger rival, with musically quite different roots.
28 For some corroboration of this conclusion, see especially the discussion of 3/2 and 6/4 in Darbellay, 'Tempo Relationships in Frescobaldi's Primo Libra di Capricci', pp.
According to a Frescobaldi spokesman, the wine will be "lightly oaked."
Foremost among these is the editor's laudable decision to retain Frescobaldi's four-part open-score layout.
VII (Frescobaldi), XXIII (a harpsichord prelude) and XXX (perhaps Purcell).
The repertoire covers several centuries, representing major sixteenth-century composers such as Joan Carlos Amat, Giovanni Foscarini, Francesco Corbetta, Robert de Visee, and Girolamo Frescobaldi, up through the present with composers such as Ned Rorem, Benjamin Britten, Elliott Carter, and Toru Takemitsu.
Some of the composers in a fascinating programme were familiar - a group of harpsichord variations by Frescobaldi, one of Monteverdi's uniquely poignant recitative songs Lettera Amorosa , and two splendid madrigals by the great Barbara Strozzi - though even in this illustrious company the elegant little Occhi Belli, Occhi Celesti by Domenico Belli, with measured continuo by the three exceptional instrumentalists stood out.
The occasion of these remarks was an evening recital of Frescobaldi's keyboard works.
Una melodiadue--due modi") discusses the divergent modal implications of parallel melodic profiles in Palestrina's O lux et dans Hispaniae and Frescobaldi's Canzon seconda (1615).
Their program will include music by Claudio Monteverdi, Carlo Gesualdo and Girolamo Frescobaldi.
Their programme of chamber music included several Italian composers of the 17th and early 18th centuries, the well known Frescobaldi and Scarlatti and the more obscure, Cima and De Selma, with a real gem in Legrenzi's unpublished and rarely heard Serenata, Notte Madre d'horrori, a sort of cantata with an interesting recorder Obbligato.
The, harpsichord most appropriate for Frescobaldi's music will do scant justice to Duphly's.