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Bernardo Pasquini (Massa e Cozzile, 7 December – Rome, 21 November ) was an Italian composer of operas, oratorios, cantatas and keyboard music. A renowned virtuoso keyboard player in his day, he was one of the most important Italian composers for harpsichord between Girolamo Frescobaldi and Domenico Scarlatti, having also made substantial contributions to the opera and oratorio.
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Bernardo Pasquini was an Italian musical composer of operas, oratorios, cantatas and keyboard music. Bernardo Pasquini: | | ||| | Bernardo Pasquini | | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most.
The operas of Bernardo Pasquini, by Gordon Ferris Crain, Jr. Format Book Published Ann Arbor, University Microfilms, Description 2 v. Thesis (Ph.D.)--Yale University, Notes Microfilm copy (positive) of typescript. Collation of the original, as determined from the film: 2 v. (1 reel) music.
Bernardo Pasquini (7 December – 22 November ) was an Italian composer of opera and church music.A renowned virtuoso keyboard player in his day, he was probably one of the most important Italian composers for harpsichord between Girolamo Frescobaldi and Domenico Scarlatti, having also made substantial contributions to the Roman of his harpsichord pieces was transcribed for.
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Arranged by Sergei LEONOV. Scarlatti was sent to Rome at about the age of 12; there he met Bernardo Pasquini, by whom he was greatly influenced. The first of his operas, Gli equivoci nel sembiante () won him the protection of Queen Christina of Sweden, for whom he wrote Operas of Bernardo Pasquini.
book negli amori () and in whose service he remained until Book Copies At: Bloomington. Bernardo Pasquini: musicista nuovo nella Roma barocca. Publication Details Copies At: Bloomington. The operas of Bernardo Pasquini. Publication Details; Availability; Add to folder. Author: Crain, Gordon Ferris, Published: Language: English Format: Manuscript Copies At: Bloomington.
Catalogue. Without this book, Pasquini would still be regarded more as a keyboard player than a composer, under the frequent erroneous assumption that he was influenced if not actually taught by Frescobaldi, who died when Pasquini was only 6. Pasquini went to Ferrara in at the age of 12, becoming organist of the Accademia della Morte in February of The operas of Bernardo Pasquini by Gordon F Crain (Book); L'œuvre pour clavier: sonate per gravecembalo: manuscrit autographe L (Berlin) by Bernardo Pasquini () La virtù in corte: Bernardo Pasquini () by Arnaldo Morelli (Book).
PASQUINI. CD Bernardo Pasquini: La sete di Cristo, Koln Regular price: $ The quality of these old opera recordings is not very good and they are meant for collectors and educational purposes only.
Most of them are 30 or 40 years old, so they might be blurry, colors faded, and not sound very good, but they might not be. Bernardo Pasquini () was an Italian composer of opera and church music. A renowned virtuoso keyboard player in his day he was one of the most important Italian composers for harpsichord and organ between Frescobaldi and Scarlatti.
Aprile” (“Sonatas for harpsichord, composed by Sig. Bernardo Pasquini and written by his own hand in this book. April A. D.”). The only exception is the Introduzione e Pastorale found in the miscellanea DD. 55 preserved at the Museo Internazionale e Biblioteca della Musica of Bologna.
Consortium Carissimi offers many different genre (or kinds) of music over the years such as Motets, Cantatas and Oratorios. We conclude our 9th season with yet another genre: The Opera. Written inthis world premiere in modern day performances of Bernardo Pasquini’s comic opera Il Tirinto will close the season on a whimsical note.
Bernardo Pasquini, nado en Massa o 7 de decembro definado en Roma o 22 de novembro defoi un compositor italiano de ópera e música relixiosa. Traxectoria. Bernardo Pasquini naceu en Massa, Val de Nievole, alumno de Antonio Cesti e de Loreto novo viaxou a Roma e entrou no servizo do Príncipe foi nomeado organista da Basílica Santa María.
Singers can now consider the cantatas of Bernardo Pasquini (), a versatile composer of the preceding generation. Born in Tuscany, he served in Rome from the s as a highly connected organist, teacher, and composer of operas and oratorios.
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Home» Italian Composers» Bernardo Pasquini. Bernardo Pasquini () Although best known for his keyboard works, the two oratorios by Pasquini recorded thus far are among the finest of his era. We hope to introduce our audience to the Opera and perform it fully staged in the following season.
Bernardo Pasquini ( –) is mostly known today for his keyboard music but was a prolific composer of vocal music which included: 18 Operas, 15 oratorios, over. Teatro Capranica: | | ||| | Facade of the Palazzo Capranica in The entrance World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled.
This weekend Consortium Carissimi presents an opera by Bernardo Pasquini () entitled La Sincerità con la Sincerità - or Il Tirinto () - June 3, 4, and 5. Pasquini was an Italian composer of large scale vocal works, such as operas, oratorios, and cantatas, but also wrote some works of keyboard music.
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CDs & Vinyl Go Search Hello 3/5(1). 15 years ago Garrick Comeaux, an American musician living in Italy, was scrabbling around in the extensive archive of the Estense Library in Modena, looking for the score of Santa Agnese, an oratorio by the Italian baroque composer Bernardo Pasquini.
He found it, and went on to make an acclaimed recording of the piece with his Rome-based early music ensemble Consortium Carissimi. Composer: Dietrich Buxtehude, Bernardo Pasquini, Opera & Vocal Alerts.
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On WCRB In Concert with the Boston Early Music Festival, Concerto Romano performs the modern-day premiere of Bernardo Pasquini's tale of devotion and martyrdom, "Il San Vito.". Sunday, Novem pm. Recorded at the Boston Early Music Festival on J On demand audio of this concert is no longer available.Bernardo Pasquini: Introduzione e Pastorale by Francesco Bravo from the Album Opus Joseph Bonatti Xni (L'organo del Santuario della Beata Vergine di Valverde) Books about Pasquini: Pasquini: Webster's Timeline History, - by Philip M.
Parker (Jun 3, ).Giovanni Filippo Apolloni (c – 15 May ) was an Italian poet and librettist. Born in Arezzo, he has sometimes been referred to as "Giovanni Apollonio Apolloni", but the second given name is spurious.
He served as the court poet to Ferdinand Charles, Archduke of Austria at Innsbruck form until On his return to Italy he entered the service of Cardinal Volumnio Bandinelli.