6 edition of Alessandro Stradella, 1639-1682 found in the catalog.
Alessandro Stradella, 1639-1682
Includes bibliographical references (p. -322) and index.
|Series||Oxford monographs on music|
|LC Classifications||ML410.S87 G45 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 333 p. :|
|Number of Pages||333|
|LC Control Number||93023598|
Title: Pietà Signore Music: attributed to Alessandro Stradella () Text: Authorship Unknown Free at Art Song Central: PDF: Pietà Signore Key: A Minor Range: A3-D5 Note: This edition appears. Alessandro Stradella () SAN GIOVANNI BATTISTA Non fia ver che mai si sciolga da sì dolce servitù né che l'anima si volga e il mio re non ami più Sonia Tedla Chebreab, soprano Carla.
~Caroline Gianturco, Alessandro Stradella, His Life and Music (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ): A House Near Luccoli and its sequel To A Strange Somewhere Fled, are available on in paperback, Kindle and Audio Book editions; and at in paperback and NOOK Book editions. ALESSANDRO STRADELLA ( - ) Alessandro Stradella lived most of his life in his native city of Rome. He may have been a nobleman. That he was forced to flee in because of a scandal is, unfortunately, typical for him. His reputation is tarnished by various love affairs with noble ladies, and, after at least one unsuccessful attempt at.
ALESSANDRO STRADELLA () – SAN GIOVANNI BATTISTA. Our first performance of is Alessandro Stradella’s San Giovanni Battista (), an oratorio on the story of John the Baptist, in what will be its first full performance in Finland for thirty years. Acclaimed early-music ensemble Ensemble Nylandia will be conducted by harpsichordist and artistic director Matias . Ester, Liberatrice del popolo ebreo. Alessandro Stradella ( – ) With Gould, Pillow, Lemos, Pomerantz, An. The Old Testament story of a blustering murderous despot and the canny queen who resists and brings him down finds voice in one of the most innovative works of the violent, volatile, and tragically short-lived genius Alessandro Stradella.
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Get this from a library. Alessandro Stradella, his life and music. [Carolyn Gianturco]. Alessandro Stradella, his life and music by Carolyn Gianturco (Book) Stradella by F. Marion Crawford (Book) Stradella by César Franck (). Alessandro Stradella was one of the most important composers of seventeenth-century Italy, contributing significant works to almost every contemporary genre.
However, his precise position within the Italian musical baroque has never been properly evaluated, while his biography has long been enshrouded in myth and legend, following his murder in Genoa in Alessandro Stradella () is one of the few Italian composers between the time of Palestrina and Rossini who was never forgotten, though for a reason that would hardly have pleased him: he was murdered.
His assassins and their motives remain unknown, though a prominent Genoese family and its sexual honor (or jealousy) are strongly suspect. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Alessandro Stradella () | Open Library Donate ♥. La Susanna is a oratorio in two parts by Alessandro Stradella for Francesco II, Duke of Modena for the Oratory of San Carlo. Roles. Susanna (soprano) Daniele (castrato / soprano) Testo (castrato / countertenor) Primo Giudice (bass) Secondo Giudice (tenor) Recordings.
La Susanna - Marjanne Kweksilber, Judith Nelson, René Jacobs, Martyn Hill and Ulrik Cold. named for Stradella: Stradella (Niedermeyer) (.
Read the full-text online edition of Alessandro Stradella (): A Thematic Catalogue of His Compositions (). Alessandro Stradella Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Alessandro Stradella (): A.
Carolyn Gianturco, author of Alessandro Stradella, His Life and Music (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ) says I am glad to have had the opportunity of spending these many years uncovering the actual Stradella, a fascinating and lively man, who wrote excellent music of a personal stamp.
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Alessandro Stradella  is rapidly becoming recognized as an outstanding composer of the generation before Corelli. The present catalogue offers the most complete list of Stradella's over works in all their known sources and provides thematic incipits for the first time. Alessandro Stradella is rapidly becoming recognized as an outstanding composer of the generation before Corelli.
The present catalogue offers the most complete list of Stradella's over works in all their known sources and provides thematic incipits for the first time. The Stradella catalogue will indeed be of special interest to musicologists musicians and librarians alike. Alessandro Stradella, (born April 3,near Viterbo [Italy]—died FebruGenoa), Italian composer, singer, and violinist known primarily for his cantatas.
Stradella apparently lived for periods in Modena, Venice, Rome, and Turin in an attempt was made to murder him, for reasons that are not known, though it was believed to be at the. Alessandro Stradella () Sonata di viole: 1st Movement - Adagio (Allegro) 2nd Movement - Allegretto 3rd Movement - Adagio (Allegro) 4th Movement - Gigue.
Alessandro Stradella () The Recording. Alessandro Stradella: Two-Part Sinfonias partially fills this gap in our knowledge of Stradella’s music and, by extension, of late seventeenth-century musical is the first-ever period-instrument recording of Stradella’s complete sinfonias in two parts (a2) for a soprano (violin) and a bass instrument (violoncello or archlute).
Stradella, Alessandro, ; Root, George F. (George Frederick),ed. Publication date Topics Sacred songs (Low voice) with piano, Sacred songs (Medium voice) with piano Publisher Boston: Reed & Co.
Collection bostonpubliclibrary; americana Digitizing sponsor Boston Public Library ContributorPages: Composer of the Week — Alessandro Stradella () More clips from Composer of the Week. Donald Macleod explores the colourful life and music of. Alessandro Stradella () Intro.
Alessandro Stradella was one of the most talented composers of the seventeenth century. Today he is primarily known for his vocal works – cantatas, oratorios, operas – but equally exceptional are his instrumental compositions, especially those for two and three instruments. Stradella was murdered in Genoa when he was forty-two years old.
Until then he enjoyed a dazzling career as a freelance composer, writing on commission, collaborating with distinguished poets, producing over three hundred works in a variety of genres.
His musical style is distinctive, characterized by fluid lines, great skill in counterpoint, and harmony which was tonal but which. Author of Gli oratori., Sette arie ed un recitativo dall'opera Forza d'amor paterno, Il Damone., Cantate a voce sola., 8 [i.e.
Otto] madrigali., Sinfonia a tre, für zwei Violinen (Oboen) und Basso continuo (Klavier, Cembalo) Violoncello. Alessandro Stradella () Composer of the Week. Donald Macleod on the music of Alessandro Stradella.
Highly respected and successful, he wrote in. Others are like Alessandro Stradella () who led the life of a scoundrel in the midst of a great musical career, living to only 42 years of age.
He lived the life that movies are made of. He produced over works composed for royalty, poets and clergy.Alessandro Stradella ( – ) With Gould, Pillow, Lemos, Pomerantz, An The Old Testament story of a blustering genocidal despot and the canny queen who resists and brings him down finds voice in one of the most innovative works of the violent, volatile, and tragically short-lived genius Alessandro Stradella.
This event is co-produced by. 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).