Various - Early Baroque Music Of Italy (Vocal And Instrumental Pieces) album flac
Title: Early Baroque Music Of Italy (Vocal And Instrumental Pieces)
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An early music ensemble is a musical ensemble that specializes in performing early music of the European classical tradition from the Baroque era and earlier - broadly, music produced before about 1750.
Vocal music is a genre of music performed by one or more singers, with or without instrumental accompaniment. On the other hand, instrumental music is produced by playing a musical instrument. Baroque music and Classical music differ in terms of music theory, instrumentation, and key people. However, a lot of pe. le (laymen) generalize pre-1900s music as "Classical music", so you could call Baroque music Classical music. Also, instead of using the term "Classical music" you could use the term "Serious music" ( Full Answer ).
Later, during the early-to-mid 1900s, the term baroque was applied by association to music of the 17th and early 18th century, and today the term baroque has come to refer to a very clearly definable type or period of music which originated, broadly speaking, around 1600 and came to fruition between 1700 and 1750. Much of what is now familiar as baroque music originated in Italy. We open with a splendid piece by Albinoni, a Venetian like Vivaldi. The compositions of his Opus 5 (he would publish 9 in all) were called "Sonatas" but are truly Sinfonias in breadth and richness. The Modena Chamber Orchestra - Francesco Calvi. Purcell, possibly the quintessentially English composer, produced many instrumental, vocal and choral works during his relatively short life. From the Trio Sonata 3 in a minor in the 1697 set of 10 we hear the last three movements.
Baroque Music - Its Vocal and Instrumental Forms (1600-1750).
Album · 2000 · 26 Songs. By Antonio Vivaldi - Chicago Baroque Ensemble. 6. Concerto for Strings In D Minor, RV 128: II. Largo.
The vocal music is particularly interesting and dominates this volume. The first five selections come from the Sikka Regency in the island's central region. Over the tok-tok-tok of halved coconut shells, a single thin voice leads a powerful male chorus in a communal work song. In another work song, a second undulating part recalls the softer vocal ostinato singing heard in Bali's famous monkey chant, kecak. The microtonal vocal singing of East Flores' Tanjung Bunga region is one of the revelations of the series. This region is the scene of Indonesia's earliest Catholic conversions, and of many small wars, but no known history explains why the region has vocal music startlingly similar to South Slavic singing. The sharp, sustained, close-interval dissonance, and the distinctive up-swoop at the end of long phrases are virtually identical to the sounds produced by Bulgaria's female choirs.
The different genres of traditional Japanese music are represented here, including folk, religious, dramatic, lullaby and even narrative chanting-all showing a great diversity in instruments and their uses, as well as vocal techniques, formal construction and rhythmic patterns. Historically, the almost total absence of a written tradition in many genres has resulted in the loss of much music composed before the 17th century, a process that was accelerated by the widespread disregard for traditional music in the early years of Japan's selfimposed Westernization. Since the end of WW II the.
Vocal-instrumental concerto: Vocal-instrumental concerto, musical composition of the early Baroque era (late 16th and early 17th centuries) in which choirs, solo voices, and instruments are contrasted with one another. Be on the lookout for your Britannica newsletter to get trusted stories delivered right to your inbox. More About Vocal-instrumental concerto. 2 references found in Britannica articles. In concerto: The Baroque vocal-instrumental concerto (c. 1585–1650). In wind instrument: The Baroque period.
Opera: A drama that is primarily sung, accompanied by instruments, and presented on stage. Operas typically alternate between recitative, speech-like song that advances the plot, and arias, songs in which characters express feelings at particular points in the action. Cantata: an extended piece consisting of a succession of recitatives and set pieces such as arias, duets and choruses. Originating in early 17th century Italy, the cantata began as a secular work composed for solo voice and basso continuo, most likely intended for performance at private social gatherings.
|A1||–Claudio Monteverdi||Cantate Domino|
|A2||–Claudio Monteverdi||Laetaniae Della Beata Vergine|
|A3||–Claudio Monteverdi||Nisi Dominus|
|A4||–Claudio Monteverdi||O Como Sei Gentile|
|A5||–Claudio Monteverdi||Lamento Della Ninfa|
|A6||–Girolamo Frescobaldi||Trio Sonata|
|B1||–Girolamo Frescobaldi||Toccata Nona|
|B2||–Girolamo Frescobaldi||Canzona Settima Detta La Superba|
|B3||–Girolamo Frescobaldi||Canzona Quinto|
|B4||–Girolamo Dalla Casa||Alix Avoit|
- Directed By – Noah Greenberg