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Francesco & Riccardo Rognoni: Selva de Varij Passaggi mp3 download

Title: Francesco & Riccardo Rognoni: Selva de Varij Passaggi
Style: Chamber Music,Choral
Duration: 59:12
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Francesco & Riccardo Rognoni: Selva de Varij Passaggi mp3 download


Francesco & Riccardo Rognoni: Selva de Varij Passaggi.

This recording is from the album "Francesco & Riccardo Rognoni- Selva de Varij Passaggi".

Продажа эксклюзивной итальянской мебели фабрики SELVA.

Selva de varii passaggi secondo l'uso moderno per cantare & suonare con ogni sorte de stromenti, divisa in due parti. Nella prima de quali si dimostra il modo di cantar polito, e con gratia, & la maniera di portar la voce accentata, con tremoli, groppi, trilli, esclamationi, & passeggiare di grado in grado, salti di terza, quarta, quinta, sesta, ottava, & cadenze finali per tutte le parti, con diversi altri essempi e motetti passeggiati: cosa ancora utile à suonatori per imitare la voce humana

Francesco Rognoni (da . da Palestrina) - Vestiva i colli 2. Francesco Rognoni - Vestiva i colli 3. Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina - Io son ferito 4. Francesco Rognoni (da . da Palestrina) - Io son ferito 5. Francesco Rognoni (da Orlando di Lasso) - Susanne un jour 6. da Palestrina) - Pulchra es 7. Francesco Rognoni - Pulchra es 8. Riccardo

Francesco Rognoni Taeggio (born in Milan second half of the 16th century – died after 1626) was an Italian composer. He was the son of Riccardo Rognoni and brother of Giovanni Domenico Rognoni Taeggio, both prominent Italian composers and musicians. He was active in Milan, but had connections with royalty from as far abroad as Archduke Charles of Austria, and King Sigismund III Vasa of Poland.

Francesco Rognoni: Io son ferito. Christian Erbach: Ricercar noni toni. II. Roland de Lassus. Haec quae ter triplici. Suzanne un jour (Susannen frumb). Rognoni: Susanna un jour. Giovanni Bassano: Suzanne un giur. A somewhat similar program featuring the Rognonis, Francesco (. 1626) & father Riccardo (. 1619): Rognoni: Selva de varij passaggi, 1620. w/ Palestrina, Lassus, De Rore, Crecquillon Ensemble D'Allegrezza - Nanneke Schaap Symphonia 00176. And another general survey: Madrigali diminuiti e passaggiati.

One of Milan's most important musicians during the late 16th and early 17th centuries was Francesco Rognoni (died before 1626), a Knight and Count Palatine, son of Richardo Rogniono. The father had published an important treatise on ornamentation nearly thirty years prior to Francesco's. The title page of Francsco's Selva tells us that Francesco was head of instrumental music at the ducal court and maestro di cappella at Santo Ambrosio Maggiore in Milan. In an earlier publication he calls himself a "player of the violin, of the viola bastarda, and other instruments.

Riccardo Rognoni or Richardo Rogniono (ca. 1550 – before 20 April 1620) is the earliest known member of the Rognoni family which started one of the earliest of all violin schools, based in Milan. His treatise Passaggi per potersi esercitare nel diminuire ("Passages for practice in diminution"), Venice 1592, is the first to mention the violino da brazzo, or violin. He was directly involved in taking the violin from a street instrument to court instrument in the Lombard area.

Francesco Rognoni Taeggio. Viola Bastarda Diminutions on Susanne ung jour (after Orlando di Lassus). From Selva di Varie passaggi second l’uso modern (Milan, 1620). Accompaniment arranged for viol consort and performed by Phillip W. Serna. Problems playing this file? See media help. Francesco Rognoni Taeggio (born in Milan second half of the 16th century – died after 1626) was an Italian composer. He published both collections of his works and treatises. His most famous work was Selva de varii passaggi, on both vocal and violin technique, and on how to ornament. YouTube Encyclopedic. His Passaggi and only one instrumental work survived: a piece in an anthology printed by Gastoldi: Il primo libro della musica a due voci, Milan, 1598. Rogniono, Richardo (1592). Barblan, Guglielmo (1983) "La 'Selva dei varii passaggi' di Francesco Rognoni", preface to: Rognoni, Francesco (1620). La Selva dei varii passaggi Milano: Lomarzo.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Variations on Palestrina's Vestiva i colli, for soprano viola da gamba & continuo 3:54
2 Variations on Palestrina's Vestiva i colli, for viola bastarda, 3 voices & continuo 6:00
3 Io son ferito, madrigal for 5 voices 3:28
4 Variations on Palestrina's "lo son ferito" 6:54
5 Passaggi on Lassau's "Susanna un jour" per il violone over trombone alla bastarda 4:14
6 Variations on Palestrina's Pulchra es, for soprano viola da gamba & 4 voices 4:23
7 Variations on Palestrina's Pulchra es, for bass viola da gamba & continuo 5:25
8 Anchor che col partire, for 2 instruments (after Cipriano de Rore) 3:22
9 Anchor che col partire, for 2 instruments (after Cipriano de Rore) 4:34
10 Variations on Crecquillon's Ung gay bergier, difficile, for viola bastarda & continuo 4:46
11 Variations on Crecquillon's Ung gay bergier, facile, for viola bastarda & 4 voices 2:30
12 Variations on Mortara's La Porcia, for violin & 3 viols 5:55
13 Variations on Palestrina's Vestiva i colli, for soprano viola da gamba & continuo 3:47

Credits

Giovanni Bellini - Cover Art
Sigrid Lee - Digital Editing, Liner Note Translation, Producer, Recording Supervision
Roberto Meo - Engineer, Producer
Naneke Schaap - Director, Liner Notes
Peter Weber - Liner Note Translation